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Dog Areas in Grapevine, TX

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2 Eateries
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The state of Texas is, in general, very positive towards animals and dogs in particular. Did you know that 44% of the Texan households have adopted a canine partner in their midst? Grapevine is, as a community that started out as an agricultural town, no exception to this rule and there are therefore many pet-friendly attractions and sights to see and visit.

One of these sights is the Grapevine Lake. This manmade lake was impounded in 1952 and serves as a recreational area for Grapevine, Texas, and its surroundings. Explore the lake by following the Horseshoe Trail. This 3.2-mile bike path is popular with those that love mountain biking but also can be traveled by foot, and, in the case of dogs, paw.

The closest off-leash play area for dogs in the Grapevine area is BooBoo’s Buddies Dog Park in Southlake, Texas. This dog park is not too small and not too big - according to the locals it is just right. It is, therefore, no miracle that this place is usually packed on Saturdays.

There are many businesses in Grapevine, Texas that allow dogs on their property. If you fancy a bite and a cold beer, the Chill Bar & Grille, and The Brick House Tavern & Tap have you covered. Finding a place to stay in town with pets is also easy to arrange in Grapevine as there is a multitude of hotels that allow pets.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Grapevine, TX

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,756/sq mi

    #1 Dove Rd/ N Kimball Ave


    The Horseshoe Trail is a great trail to let your dog explore and get a good day of exercise in. The trail is 3.9 miles long and turns back around on itself part way through. The trail is usually lightly trafficked and has beautiful wildflowers along the path. Your dog can hike the trail with you, but be sure to keep him on leash while visiting. The trail is also very popular with first time mountain bikers, so keep an eye out so your dog stays safe. Although there is a small creek that runs alongside the trail, you may want to bring fresh water with you for your dog to drink from.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,410/sq mi

    #2 Fairway Dr/Park Rd

    Grapevine Lake is the holy grail of places to visit with your pup while in Grapevine. The lake features numerous parks to explore, including Oak Grove Park and Meadowmere Park, as well as trails to walk around and explore with your dog. If your dog is more of a water pup, rent a boat or a kayak and let your dog have a great time out on the lake. Your dog will particularly love the Grapevine Lake Dog Park that allow complete off-leash fun. The park is big enough for running, and in the middle there is a fenced in pond that your dog can splash around in.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,788/sq mi

    #3 Grapevine City Center


    If you and your pup are walking down Main Street and decide to stop for a bite to eat, you have two great options. Chill Bar and Grille has an American style menu with tasty foods like burgers and pizza, plus their outdoor seating is dog friendly. Main Street Bistro and Bakery has an intimate setting and offers a traditional French inspired breakfast and lunch. They have outdoor seating and their staff loves when your dog decides to join you for a tasty pastry. The restaurant opens daily at 6:30 a.m. so if you and your pup are early risers, you have a place to go.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,170/sq mi

    #4 Minters Chapel

    Right off State Highway 26 is a load of pawsome hotels that are dog friendly and perfect for a night of rest for the two of you. TownePlace Suites allows any size pet to spend the night for a fee per pet, per stay. The Embassy Suites by Hilton welcomes any pet up to 75 pounds for an additional fee per stay, and all their rooms are pet friendly. Hyatt Place Dallas Grapevine and the Residence Inn by Marriott both allow two dogs in your room up to 50 pounds for a fee. These hotels are near Grapevine Lake and the many trails that Grapevine has to offer. Just remember that you are not allowed to leave your dog in any of the hotel rooms unattended.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 625/sq mi

    #5 N White Chapel Blvd/ W Highland St


    Ten minutes out and three miles away from Grapevine is Southlake, home to the Southlake Dog Park. This dog-tastic park has a separate large and small dog park, plus a mulched ground which is perfect for running. The park provides a water fountain for you dog, and there are plenty of trees to help provide shade. If you dog doesn’t feel like socializing with other dogs, the two of you can still enjoy Bob Jones Park which has a great wooded walking trail that your dog will love to sniff and explore. While at Bob Jones Park, your dog needs to stay on leash, and be sure to bring clean-up bags since the park doesn’t supply them.

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