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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Homestead Meadows South

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    Population Density 189/sq mi

    #1 Homestead Meadows North


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is home to Pebble Hills Dog Park. It is located only 4 miles from Homestead Meadows South, TX. This park has plenty of room, and it includes 3 acres for your pup to explore. The areas are grassy and are also separated by dog size. Your dog is free to run around and play, since this is an off-leash dog Park. There are benches for you to sit on, but there are not a lot of shaded areas. You will need to bring water and some bags for clean-up, since they are not provided at this park. Another great perk is that there are obstacle courses for your pooch to play on. Grab your running shoes for a day full of fun.

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    Population Density 3,349/sq mi

    #2 Western El Paso


    This neighborhood is located about 25 miles from Homestead Meadows South, Texas and is home to the Westside Dog Park Don Haskins Community Center. This park is fully fenced-in, and it is an off-leash dog area. It also has 2 separate areas for different sized pups. The areas are grass-covered, and there is a doggy fountain for when your pup gets thirsty. There are a few trees for shade if your pup needs to lie down out of the sun, and benches available for you to sit on. This is a great place to bond with your pooch.

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    Population Density 2,402/sq mi

    #3 Eastern El Paso


    If you want to spend a great day with your pooch, come and visit this dog-friendly neighborhood. The Eastwood Dog Park, also known as Album Park, is an off-leash dog park, and it is completely fenced-in. Your pup will love running around and exploring all of the terrain. The ground is covered in gravel, with very little grass. There is also agility equipment for your pup to have a blast on. Another great perk is that the park provides waste disposal bags for easier clean-up. Make sure to bring some water, and come out for a paw-tastic day!

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    Population Density 4,259/sq mi

    #4 Central El Paso


    This is a great place for you and your pooch to have a day filled with shopping, and your pooch will love all the new scents that he’ll get to sniff. There are a variety of places you can visit. The main attraction is the Las Palmas Marketplace, which is a center filled with many stores. Your pup is allowed in the common areas of the marketplace, as long as he stays on his leash. Most of the stores welcome pooches; you will just need to ask permission before entering with your pup. Be sure to bring some water in case your pup gets thirsty. This is a great opportunity for you and your canine friend to bond. You can shop, and there are also good treats to eat at the Las Palmas Marketplace.

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    Population Density 3,783/sq mi

    #5 San Marcial


    If you and your pup want to do something different than a park, look no further than this neighborhood. This neighborhood is located about 30 minutes from Homestead Meadows South, Texas and is a great place to learn about history. The Chamizal National Monument is located here, and you can walk the trail with your pooch, as long as you keep him on his leash. Some of the trail is dirt-covered, and other parts are paved. Dogs are welcome throughout the site while you walk around. Make sure you bring water along in case your pooch gets thirsty. Head over for a day of learning about history, with your canine friend by your side.

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