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Dog Areas in Granger, TX

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The city of Granger, Texas is a nice city for you and your pooch to visit. It is located about an hour away from Austin, Texas and has a lake named after it. Lake Granger is, unsurprisingly, in Granger and is not far from Taylor, Texas. This man-made lake was established in 1980, making it a relatively new place to visit.

When you are in Granger, you and your pooch will stop by the lake, especially if you like to fish for crappie. There is a large supply of crappie fish in this lake. You'll also find two established trails for you to explore here. Your canine pal will need to be on a leash to accompany you, but he won't mind since this is the pawfect place for a stroll. One trail is located on the south side of the lake and is called the Comanche Bluff Hiking Trail. On this trail, you will see old bridges and nice scenery; it is not a hard hike or walk. The second trail is located on the north end of the lake and is called The Willis Creek Park Equestrian Trail. This trail has a $4 charge per day to access and it is an easy hike as well.

Granger, Texas does not have a lot of other amenities for dogs, but you will find more activities, such as restaurants, parks and hikes, just a short drive away.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Granger, TX

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    Population Density 1,744/sq mi

    #1 Sebastian Bend

    48

    This fur-iendly neighborhood is located 28 miles from Granger, Texas and is home to the Harris Ridge Dog Park. This dog park is completely fenced in and has grassy areas as well as wood chips for your pooch to play in. There are two sections: one for larger dogs and one for smaller pups. You'll find small hills for your canine pal to run up and over as well as agility equipment for them to romp on. Seating and shade trees are available for owners and furry friends to relax.  You will need to bring your own water and clea up supplies. Another great feature of this park is its gravel trail, located right outside the park, where you can enjoy a nice, leashed stroll after your pal is finished playing in the park.

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    Population Density 1,744/sq mi

    #2 Murchison Ridge

    36

    There is a great dog park located in this neighborhood, located 28 miles from Granger, where your pooch can meet other canines and run around freely. This neighborhood is home to the Pflugerville Bark Park (at Falcon Pointe). This is an off-leash dog park that is fenced in with grassy and wood chip terrain. There are two separate areas for different sized dogs. There is plenty of seating available, but something to keep in mind is there are no shaded areas. The park does provide water for your pooch, but you will need to bring supplies for those necessary cleanups.

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    Population Density 3,608/sq mi

    #3 Deerfoot

    24

    Looking for a pawesome dog park? You've come to the right place! You'll find the Round Rock Dog Depot at Lake Creek Park just 28 miles from Granger. This fenced-in, off-leash park has plenty of op-paw-tunities for fun! There are two separate sections for different sized dogs and there is plenty of water. Your pooch will love playing in all of the water faucets that are available. Another great feature of this park is the agility equipment that your canine pal can enjoy playing on. There is covered seating so you can watch your pooch play on the grassy terrain. You will need to bring waste supplies for cleaning up and maybe a towel for your pup to dry off when they are done playing.

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    Population Density 2,599/sq mi

    #4 Wells Port

    12

    This dog-friendly neighborhood is a bit of a drive away at 48 miles, but The Mills Pond public park is well worth the trip! There's not a designated dog park here; you'll need to have your pup on a leash the whole time you are visiting. There are grassy areas to explore as well as several shaded areas with seating. You will need to bring water and supplies for cleaning up after your canine pal. You can get some mutts-needed exercise with your pooch on the trails; just keep in mind those trails are paved, so the asphalt might get too hot for your pup's paws on a hot day.

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    Population Density 310/sq mi

    #5 Holly

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    This neighborhood has it all for your pooch, and it's just 20 miles from Granger. Here, you'll find the Georgetown Bark Park. This off-leash, fenced-in park has a lot of fun for your pup. There is agility equipment for your canine friend to play on as well as a lot of trees, which means a lot of squirrels for your pooch to chase! You'll also find water fountains throughout the park and pools for your pooch make a splash in. Seating is available, but you will need to bring your own supplies for cleaning up. Your pooch will love running and playing in the grassy area here. Grab your pup and come out for furrific day at this park!

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