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Dog Areas in Ennis

13 Parks
6 Trails
1 Eatery
3 Groomers

Ennis, TX really does have it all -- a small-town, neighborly feel just a 35-minute drive from the bright lights and big city amenities of downtown Dallas. Not only that, but the city isn’t bad to look at, either -- Ennis is known as the Bluebonnet Capital of the World. The beauty doesn’t stop at the gardens, though. An old railway town, many of the buildings in Ennis’ painstakingly preserved and architecturally interesting downtown area are on the National Register of Historic Places. You can find more details at the Ennis Railroad and Cultural Heritage Museum, but the town’s civic pride isn’t just limited to preserving its heritage. Ennis is a pretty community-oriented place, with many local and cultural events taking place throughout the year.

Ennis doesn’t have its own dog park, but you and your pooch shouldn’t have too "ruff" a time finding exercise options. The parks system is the pride of Ennis- Kiwanis Park in particular is a pawpular spot for local dog walkers and boasts some lovely lakeside views. For doggy dining, check out the Wildflower Cafe -- their chicken salad sandwich is excellent, and they welcome wagging tails outside. And if your furry friend needs a fenced area to run free in, don’t fret -- you’ll find a pawesome dog park just a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ennis

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 815/sq mi

    #1 Bardwell Lost and Found

    Bardwell Lost and Found doesn’t just have a somewhat perplexing name -- the residential lakeside neighborhood is also home to the fabulous Bluebonnet Park, a real mutts-visit in the spring when Texas’ state flower is in full bloom. This fantastic green (or blue) space is most famous for its driving trails and annual guided tours, but there’s still plenty of scope to wander the vast fields of flowers on foot at any stage during the season. Your pooch is welcome to join you as long as they’re leashed, and remember to bring your own bags and water!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 261/sq mi

    #2 Garrett


    If you and your pooch are looking for something different to do, why not hop in the car and drive up to peaceful and semi-rural Garrett? Just on the edge of Ennis, this furrific neighborhood is home to the Galaxy Drive-in Theater, a wonderfully retro outfit that still shows double-billed features. Furry film buffs are welcome to join, as long as they’re leashed! If your pooch needs to burn off a little energy before sitting still for so long, consider taking a stroll around Garrett City Park, a lovely little spot with a delightful butterfly garden.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 536/sq mi

    #3 Howard Rd

    Bustling, charming and just twenty minutes from Ennis, Waxahachie is best known for the fascinating architecture of its downtown, which includes a truly beautiful Richardsonian Romanesque courthouse. The real treat for your pooch, though, is just a little ways out in the city’s Howard Road neighbourhood -- the fantastically named Wags-a-Hachie Dog Park! There’s plenty of room here in both the large and small dog areas for even the most energetic furball to blow off a little steam, and there’s also some agility equipment, so fitter furry friends are guaranteed a thorough workout! Bags and water are also provided -- you’d have to be barking mad not to bring your doggo here!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,281/sq mi

    #4 New Lewis

    If you and your buddy are on the lookout for a longer walk, consider checking out the Waxahachie Creek Hike and Bike Trail! The four-mile trail begins in Getzendaner Park in Waxahachie’s stately New Lewis neighborhood, a gorgeous 33-acre green space shaded by mature oak trees, before winding its way through the city’s historic cemetery en route to Lion’s Park near Howard Road. Wooded throughout, the trek follows the gently burbling Waxahachie Creek. As an added bonus, the trail is flat and paved, making this a pawfect day out for pooches of all ages and abilities!
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  5. Dog Parks 3
    Population Density 2,630/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

    With downtown Dallas so close to Ennis, it’d be a huge faux paw not to take a day trip! Check out Simba’s Barkery, where the treats are made fresh in-house. If you and your buddy just want to see the sights, you’re in luck -- the vintage McKinley Avenue Trolley allows leashed pooches aboard and runs through Downtown, Uptown, and the Arts District. And of course, you have a choice of dog parks here -- check out the dog run at Main Street Gardens for the obstacle course, Klyde Warren Park for proximity to the Arts District, or Bark Park Central for room to romp.
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