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Flower Mound, Texas is home to a lovely array of the famous Texas bluebells and is full of lovely scenery. It is a nice place to stop and stretch your legs with your pet and experience the wonderful Texas atmosphere.

Just up the road from Flower Mound is a Freedom Dog Park. This park is off-lead and has two separate areas for large and small pets. It is nice and shaded so you can beat the Texas heat. For dogs who may need to burn a bit more energy, they have a large agility course to run around on.

Whether you are just passing through or spending a bit of time in Flower Mound, there are many lodging options to bring your pet with you. Hyatt Place is a fantastic, modern hotel that welcomes you and your pet warmly. When you notify them of your pet’s company, they will supply a pet bed, bowl, treats, and even a welcome letter.

Meal times are also covered in Flower Mound. For a tasty sandwich or salad, pop into Salerno’s. They also serve delicious homemade desserts and welcome your well-behaved pet to join you on the outside patio. For something more classic, order a yummy pizza at Enzo’s Pizza. They also welcome your pet on their terrace.

Flower Mound is a sweet Texas city that is a great choice to spend the day with your pet.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Flower Mound

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    Population Density 22,884/sq mi

    #1 Town Center

    Twin Coves Park in Flower Mound’s Town Center is an escape from the hustle and bustle of the area. Located on Lake Grapevine, this park offers cabin and RV site rentals as well as numerous activities. The park’s hiking and biking trails are the perfect place to explore with your four-legged friend. Check out the 22.5-mile Northshore Trail or the 13.1 Knob Hill Trail. Park Place Park and Hideaway Park are a couple other places that are worth a visit when you’re in Town Center.
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    Population Density 2,731/sq mi

    #2 East Grapevine

    Located just to the north of Grapevine Lake, Hound Mound Dog Park is a great place for dogs of all sizes to play and socialize. This 5-acre park is located on the east side of Heritage Park and features several fenced-in areas for off-leash play, including separate areas for large and small dogs. With plenty of natural shade, hybrid Bermuda turf, seating areas with water fountains, pet waste stations, an agility course and plentiful parking, it’s no wonder this park is a favorite among both pets and their parents. The Hound Mound is open from 7 a.m. to dusk, but it is closed on Wednesdays for maintenance.
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    Population Density 1,509/sq mi

    #3 Stone Creek


    While not an actual dog park, Stone Creek Park is one of Flower Mound’s most popular attractions and the perfect place to take your canine companion. This park features plenty of trails where even the most energetic pup can burn off some excess energy. Leashed dogs are welcome on the trails, and clean-up backs are provided throughout the park. The trails are well-maintained, and the park also features gazebos and benches for pet parents and a stream where your dog can take a swim. Scenic views make Stone Creek Park a favorite among locals as well as visitors to the area.

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    Population Density 163,656/sq mi

    #4 Frisco


    Just 25 miles northeast of Flower Mound is the town of Frisco, home to the popular Ruff Range Dog Park. Located in the southwest corner of B.F. Phillips Community Park, 3335 4th Army Memorial, this 2.5-acre dog park has open space with hills, trees and more for canines to explore. After a hard day of play, stop by Twin Peaks restaurant to enjoy burgers on the patio with your four-legged friend. Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is another Frisco favorite where diners can enjoy Southwestern and Mexican cuisine. Their large menu ensures that just about everyone will find something to enjoy.

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    Population Density 30,991/sq mi

    #5 Southlake


    Just on the other side of Grapevine Lake lies the town of Southlake. When you’re in town, be sure to check out BooBoo’s Buddies Dog Park. Located at Bob Jones Park, this dog park includes a separate area for small dogs. There are shaded areas and benches as well as water spigots to keep thirsty hounds well-hydrated. Just remember to bring your own bowl! One thing to note is that this park is covered in mulch and gravel rather than grass. If your dog has long hair, he may bring home some of the parks’ ground covering in his coat.

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