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Dog Areas in Haslet

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Haslet is a small city in Texas that was first settled in the 1880s, but wasn't incorporated until 1961. Today it has a population of over 1,800 people. Just 15 miles north of downtown Fort Worth, Haslet is a convenient place to live if you want to experience the charm of a small town while still being near all the amenities of a big city. Haslet has gained a reputation for being an exceptional place for families to live thanks to its school district, low crime rate, and many family-friendly annual events. Haslet has the traditional Texan climate with long, hot summers and mild winters, which means you won't be stuck inside with your dog due to cold weather.

One of the best places to enjoy the splendid weather and surroundings in Haslet, Texas is at the John Gammill Park, which is adjacent to the town's library. This park isn't an off-leash park, but your dog can join you there if they're on a leash and you clean up after them. The John Gammill Park has covered pavilions, picnic tables, and a play area. Connected to Gammill Park is the Haslet Community Park, which has playgrounds, sports fields, an 18-hole disc golf course, and a walking trail perfect for getting some exercise with Fido. Haslet may be a small city, but there are plenty of pawfect opportunities for having fun there with your dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Haslet

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    Population Density 2,041/sq mi

    #1 Gateway Park

    In only 30 minutes, you can drive from Haslet to Gateway Park in Fort Worth, Texas. Within Gateway Park there's a dog park called Fort Woof, and you'll be so glad you visited this puntastic spot! This fully fenced dog park has small and large dog sections, picnic tables, and water for your pets. There is also agility equipment in both sections of the park, so if you have an especially adventurous pup or one that needs more stimulation, they'll get an extra kick out of that. Fort Woof Dog Park has waste bag dispensers and encourages visitors to take good care of the park.
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    Population Density 2,088/sq mi

    #2 North White Chapel Boulevard

    In a little over 20 minutes, you and Rover can drive from Haslet to Southlake, Texas and the nearly 500-acre Bob Jones Park. Bob Jones Park has things for the whole family to do, including sports fields, playgrounds, fishing, an amphitheater, and miles of trails. At Bob Jones Park, you'll also find the 2.5-acre Boo Boo's Buddies Dog Park, which is also referred to as the Southlake Dog Park. Boo Boo's Buddies has a separate section for small dogs, benches, and water. Instead of grass, this park has mulched ground. This park isn't huge, but it has everything you need for an ideal day at the dog park.
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    Population Density 1,139/sq mi

    #3 Lakewood Estates

    Lakewood Estates is a residential community in Denton, Texas and it's less than a half an hour from Haslet. Within Lakewood Estates is Lake Forest Park, a 34-acre city park. Among the many amenities of this park is a fishing gazebo, playground, picnic pavilions, and best of all, the Wiggly Field Dog Park! This dog park has separate sections for big dogs as well as small/shy dogs as well as a water supply for both humans and pets. Several trails surround this dog park, so if you'd like to explore those with your dog on a leash after playing at the off-leash park, you're more than welcome!
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    Population Density 2,894/sq mi

    #4 Northfield Park

    The Northfield Park Area of Northland Hills, Texas is only 14 miles from Haslet. Northfield Park is one of the city's oldest and best parks, and to make it even better, it's currently undergoing renovation, but will be open again in 2018. Within Northfield Park, there's a dog park called Tipps Canine Hollow, and this dog park will remain open during renovations to the rest of the park. Tipps Canine Hollow is a wonderful place to let your dog socialize with other dogs and burn off all of that energy. There's a two-acre side for big dogs, as well as a one-acre section for small dogs.
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    Population Density 992/sq mi

    #5 Central Lake Worth

    Lake Worth is a city in Texas, technically located within Fort Worth, with a population of almost 5,000 people. In the city's center is the Keenum-Shelton Dog Park, a well-maintained off-leash space for dogs to exercise. In addition to large and small dog sections, the Keenum-Shelton Dog Park also has agility equipment, including ramps and tunnels which make for a little extra challenge, or just some added fun. There are also benches and shade in this dog park, which provides a welcome relief during visits on hot Texas days. Many of the visitors to this park are regulars who note how easy it is for dogs and humans to make friends at this park.
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