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Dog Areas in Georgetown, TX

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The Retirement Capital of Texas, beautiful Georgetown, is located in the central heartland of the state. Home to the state's first university, this growing community boasts historic neighborhoods and institutions, along with several pet-friendly attractions.

Is your pooch feeling cooped up? Georgetown just opened its' first public off-leash dog park! Bark Park is over six acres large, with separate areas for dogs over 30 pounds, and dogs smaller than 30 pounds. Interestingly, this park is situated in a pecan grove, creating beautiful surroundings and break from the hot Texas sun. Open from dawn to dusk daily, as long as the weather cooperates, the park has modern amenities like water and doggie bags, as well as an agility course.

Other parks welcome on-leash dogs. Georgetown has over two dozen public parks, including the Blue Hole, McMaster Complex, Raintree Park, and Old Town Park. Most of these parks provide access to short nature trails.

Longer trails in the Georgetown area include the 1.6-mile granite loop around San Gabriel Park. The San Gabriel River also has a lighted concrete path with gorgeous water views. This trail was designated a National Recreational Trail by the US Department of the Interior. Nearby is the Pickett Trail, which connects the Blue Hole Park and Chautauqua Park.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Georgetown, TX

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    Population Density 3,783/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Georgetown


    Georgetown Bark Park in this downtown neighborhood offers plenty of trees and squirrels for an exciting pup’s day out. This dog park provides pools and a common water bowl in the separate fenced spaces for small and large dogs. Benches, waste disposal bags, and agility equipment are available on site for your use. The park also has drinking fountains for both you and your pup. When your dog has had enough of socializing, take a stroll on the trail. Nearby, Eats on 8th offers a farm to table dining experience, and allows your pup in the patio seating area. Galaxy Bakery and Coffee House serves delicious pastries and coffee, and invites your pup to sit with you at the outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 2,976/sq mi

    #2 County Rd 258/ U.S. Route 183

    Cedar Breaks Park is on the southside of Georgetown Lake. The beautiful cedar forest is a great place for a walk with Fido to smell every snifftastic step of his walk. The San Gabriel River Trail is a 26-mile rugged trail winding through dense juniper forest, hardwood bottomlands and prairie grasslands. The trail extends around the lake and across the dam. The Cedar Breaks Park Campground includes reservable campsites, with toilets and electric hookups. Sawyer Park is near Lake Georgetown and includes walking trails and scenic views of the lake.  The park also offers camping, swimming and wildlife watching to keep you and your pup enjoying nature.
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    Population Density 2,838/sq mi

    #3 N Austin Ave/ County Rd 151


    Tail Waggins Dog Bakery makes a treasure trove of special treats for your pooch.  Let them know your special request and they’ll do their best to prepare just the right cookie or birthday cake and decoration. They have an array of interactive puzzle toys for your fur baby genius, and be sure to try out their self-bathing facility that makes bath day a dream. Drop by Schlotzsky’s Deli for a great sandwich and some soup.  Fido is welcome to enjoy you on the patio. Candlewood Suites Georgetown invites you to share your room with up to three pets no larger than 80 pounds for an additional fee per night and a refundable deposit.

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    Population Density 2,838/sq mi

    #4 FM 3405/ Farm to Market Rd

    Jim Hogg Park is on the north side of Georgetown Lake.  It is on the San Gabriel River Trail that wraps around the lake and is great for hiking and biking. The campground has 142 reservable campsites, including five large group camping shelters, and convenient toilets and showers. Picnic shelters are also available. Some campsites have great lake views and others have good shade. You and your pup will love watching the deer as you enjoy your walk. If camping is not your style, consider La Quinta Inn in Georgetown. They welcome two pets of any size for no additional fee, but require that you do not leave your pup unattended in the room.
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    Population Density 4,453/sq mi

    #5 B & M


    Just nine miles away in Round Rock is the Round Rock Dog Depot at Lake Creek Park. The fun, off-leash park has separate fenced sections for large and small dogs, a water feature, and plenty of shade. The Brass Tap is an upscale brewpub where you can select from 300 beers and their famous pretzel pizza while dining at the outdoor tables with your pooch. Drop by 620 Hacienda Bar & Grill for a down-home breakfast, or Tex-Mex lunch/ dinner at the outdoor tables. Get the pawfect dog-yard at home, Houndscaping, LLC will design your pup’s dream backyard with play structures, digging pits and ‘fur-golas’.

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