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Dog Areas in Haltom City

11 Parks
1 Eatery

When you’re in Haltom City, you’ll always be able to find great things to do with your dog! This Texas city has 11 parks, many of which have walking paths that allow dogs on-leash. If your dog needs to see a veterinarian, there are four veterinary clinics in Haltom City.

Birdville Trails Park is a great place to go if you want to take a leisurely stroll with your dog. This 6.8-acre park has a 0.47-mile path that goes along a little creek. This path is paved and flat, making it easy for dogs to walk on. Dogs are allowed on-leash in this neighborhood park.

If you want to take your dog on a longer hike, head over to Trinity Park in Fort Worth. This park is about 10 miles from Haltom City, and it features an extensive system of hiking trails that go along the scenic Trinity River. Most of the paths are paved or gravel, and dogs are welcome on-leash.

Haltom City is full of puptastic parks that are perfect for both long hikes and shorter strolls. This city has tons of fun things to do with your favorite dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Haltom City

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    Population Density 4,048/sq mi

    #1 Parkwood Trail


    This neighborhood is home to the largest park in Haltom City: Buffalo Ridge Park. This 95-acre park welcomes dogs on leash, and it has over three miles of flat, paved trails. These trails will take you through beautiful wooded areas, past Big Fossil Creek and by a lovely lake. After your walk, enjoy lunch or a snack with your dog in one of the park’s numerous picnic areas. Bring a water bottle for your dog and some doggy bags, and have a fun day out at this pawesome park.

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    Population Density 3,925/sq mi

    #2 Haltom Road


    When you’re looking for a place to go on a leisurely stroll with your furry best friend, head over to Haltom City Park. This nine-acre neighborhood park allows dogs on-leash, and it has a 0.37-mile paved walking path that goes through open fields and tree groves. Your dog will have a great time walking on this path and smelling all the scents! After you’re finished with your walk, treat your pup to a tasty plain burger at the nearby Sonic Drive-In. While your dog enjoys their snack, you can treat yourself to a juicy cheeseburger, a cool shake, or a tasty chicken sandwich.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,073/sq mi

    #3 West Meadowbrook


    If you’d like to let your pup play off-leash, head over to Fort Worth and check out Fort Woof Park. This park is only four miles from Haltom City, and it has separate large and small dog areas. There’s water available for dogs, and there’s a fur-tastic obstacle course that features a ramp to climb on, a hoop to jump through, and more. There’s also a picnic area located within the dog park, and there are shady benches for owners to sit on. Dogs of all sizes will have a great time playing in this dog park.

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    Population Density 3,412/sq mi

    #4 Southeast Arlington


    Southeast Arlington is home to the woof-derful Tails n’ Trails Dog Park. This 5.7-acre dog park is about 23 miles from Haltom City, and it has nature trails where your pup can walk off-leash. The park also has a fenced-in field where your dog can run and play. This field includes separate large and small dog areas. There are also water fountains for your pup in the park, and there are benches for owners. If you’re hungry after playing at the dog park, head over to nearby Istanbul Grill. This restaurant allows dogs on their outdoor patio, and they serve delicious Mediterranean fare like gyros, kebabs, and falafel sandwiches.

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    Population Density 3,127/sq mi

    #5 Smithfield


    For another fun off-leash dog park, head over to Smithfield in North Richland Hills and check out Tipps Canine Hollow. This park is about 10 miles from Haltom City, and it has a 2-acre fenced area for large dogs and a separate one-acre area for small dogs. Both of these areas have plenty of space for your pup to run and play, and they have shady benches for owners. There are also doggy water fountains and doggy bags available here. When your dog is finished running around, grab a pastry and a coffee at nearby Kindred Coffee Company. This café has dog-friendly outdoor seating, and the baristas will happily bring out a water bowl for your pup.

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