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Dog Areas in Hackberry

Nestled on the northeast shores of Lewisville Lake, the quiet town of Hackberry seems a world away from the Dallas/Fort Worth city centers just an hour to the south. Settlers first made their mark on the area in the 1880s, and the town was incorporated 1980s. Since then, its people have taken great pride in its steps to improve infrastructure and ensure a high quality of life for residents.

In terms of shopping, businesses and parks, there is plenty to be had in the surrounding towns, including Little Elm and Frisco. Hackberry locals enjoy the best of both worlds – a slower pace of life and small town living, with an abundance of modern amenities just a few miles away!

For pups, Little Elm’s McCord Park is a woofderful place to visit! Leash your furry friend and make some laps on the mile of hiking and biking trails at this 38-acre park. You and your dog will have a furrific time walking through the shady woods next to Cottonwood Creek. There’s also a pawsome pond you can walk around, a playground for kiddos and tons of picnic tables.

Little Elm also has six veterinary clinics to make sure your dog stays healthy!

With a peaceful way of life and all the amenities a pup could ever need just down the road, Hackberry is furrific!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hackberry

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    Population Density 3,528/sq mi

    #1 The Trails

    You don’t have to travel far from Hackberry to visit a woofderful park! The Trails neighborhood in Frisco is only three miles away and home to the seven-acre Old Orchard Park. You and your leashed pup can romp and play in the humongous open grassy meadow or stretch your legs on the paved walking path that loops around the tree-lined perimeter of the park. For a longer walk, stay on the trail as it heads north out of the park and winds through the surrounding residential area! Old Orchard Park also has tennis and basketball courts, a playground and a covered picnic area with barbecue grills.
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    Population Density 2,643/sq mi

    #2 LE Beach/ Cottonwood Park

    A pawsome park and a furrific trail are what you and Fido will find in Little Elm’s LE Beach/ Cottonwood Park neighborhood! About five miles from Hackberry, this neighborhood’s Cottonwood Park is a woofderful hangout for you and your leashed dog as it has tons of open grassy space, covered picnic tables, and lots of big shady trees. The rest of the family will have fun too – there’s a playground and fishing access to Lewisville Lake. The park is also home to the Cottonwood Nature Trail. This wood chip path winds 1.5 miles through a huge wooded area on the lakeshore. You and your dog will love all the sights, sounds and smells of nature on your jaunt.
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    Population Density 8,206/sq mi

    #3 Stonebrook Crossing

    There’s no doubt about it, the place for off-leash fun in this neck of the woods is in Frisco’s Stonebrook Crossing neighborhood. Just six miles from Hackberry, the Stonebrook Crossing neighborhood’s pawpular Ruff Range Dog Park is a fully fenced-in off-leash area where dogs have tons of room to run and socialize. Your pooch will go bonkers for this 2.5-acre open grassy space with lots of trees to sniff! There is a large pavilion with tons of seating where humans can hang out and visit while pups play. Pooches weighing less than 25 pounds can take advantage of the separate small dog play area. There’s drinking fountains for humans and people, plus cleanup bags in the dog park. Ruff Range Dog Park is located within B.F. Phillips Community Park, where leashed dogs are welcome!
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    Population Density 2,539/sq mi

    #4 Ranch Estates

    There’s fun for everyone in Frisco’s Ranch Estates neighborhood, just six miles from Hackberry! This neighborhood is home to the 64-acre Frisco Commons Park, where there’s all kinds of fun to be had! You and your leashed dog will love getting some exercise on the stroller-friendly, paved walking trail that creates three large loops throughout the park. You and your dog can walk through the woods, around a pond or a huge open field – walk one, or walk them all! For kiddos, Frisco Commons Park is a haven. There is a massive playground, a spray park in warmer months and fishing access in a stocked pond. This pawsome park also has picnic tables with barbecue grills and plenty of shady trees.
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    Population Density 8,109/sq mi

    #5 Preston Ridge

    Craving a quiet walk with your leashed dog? Head to Frisco’s Preston Ridge neighborhood, nine miles from Hackberry. Frisco Central Park is a pawsome and peaceful place to stroll with your dog on the eight-acre park’s walking path. Western-style bronze sculptures, a waterfall flowing into a babbling brook and pond make this an extra pleasant place for a relaxing walk. There are benches too, in case you and your furry friend want to sit and take in the sights and sounds of the running water. Just a stone’s throw from the park, you and your dog can enjoy a cold brew and some shepherd’s pie at Irish Rover. Dogs are welcome on the spacious patio at this traditional Irish pub.
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