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The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Fort Davis
South Fort Davis
If you and your doggo are itching for some fresh air and exercise in nature, head over to the Davis Mountain State Park. The park is over 2,700 acres of rugged beauty, accessible from the neighborhood of South Fort Davis. This park will give you a taste of the West Texas Mountains, and offers plenty of hiking, biking, and camping. Your furry friend doesn’t need to feel left out, because leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park. For a taste of the local art, in this same neighborhood you can find the Wild Rose Gallery. Well behaved dogs are welcome inside the gallery with you while you enjoy the art and photography.
North Fort Davis
In the neighborhood of North Fort Davis, there’s a unique place to take a hike and learn more about the desert ecosystems and mountains of west Texas. At the Chihuahuan Desert Nature Center and Botanical Gardens, dogs are allowed to join their two legged friends as long as they stay leashed. For a modest to strenuous hike, try the 2 mile Modesta Canyon Trail. This trail passes through grasslands, canyons and natural springs. Another great option is the Hummingbird and Butterfly Trail. This is a short, easy loop through the botanical gardens, with pretty vistas, cacti and unique rock formations. Please pick up after your pooch to help keep the gardens and trails clean throughout the park.
A straight jog south along the highway 17, brings you to the small desert town of Marfa. One of the most fascinating things about Marfa, is the strange and unexplained phenomena of the Marfa Lights. These mysterious lights sometimes appear in different colours, and dance across the desert night sky. You and your pupper can stargaze and enjoy this phenomena at the Marfa Lights viewing area, located in the east end of town along the US 67. Leashed dogs are welcome! For some refreshment, head over to Squeeze Marfa. Here you can slurp down a fruit smoothie while hanging out on the outdoor patio with your best pal.
Alpine City Center
The neighboring town of Alpine also has some woofderful greenery that you and your pooch can enjoy! The City Center neighborhood in Alpine is under 30 minutes southeast of Fort Davis, and is home to the Kokernot Municipal Park. In this park, there is what is known as “the best little ballpark in Texas.” The variety of athletic fields gives your energetic pup plenty of opportunity to stretch his legs, as long as there are no games in play! The park also has some picnic areas, scenic trails and walking paths for you and your pupper to take a stroll on. Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park with their owners, as long as they get picked up after.
If you want to get deep into the rugged beauty of the high desert, checking out the Big Bend Ranch State Park is a must. This state park is located south of Fort Davis along the border of Mexico, in the town of Presidio. It’s about one and a half hours away, but it’s worth the drive! While many of the backcountry trails in this park don’t allow dogs, they are welcome on the Closed Canyon Trail and the Hoodoos Trail as long as they stay leashed. You may want to stay the night to do some stargazing on of the dog friendly campgrounds! You can choose from backcountry campgrounds or a campsite with some basic amenities, and all of them offer solitude and pawrific vistas.
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