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Magnolia Park is located on the east side of Houston, Texas. Magnolia Park has historically been a Hispanic neighborhood and many ethnic restaurants and local businesses with Mexican cuisine, music, and Spanish language establishments are located in the neighborhood. Local shops and restaurants are well distributed in the area and the neighborhood is considered walkable with an average of three local eateries within a five-minute walk of most district locations. There are also nearby schools and libraries that are reachable on foot. 

The Hendrick Grain Company is just down Harrisburg Boulevard to the west and provides a “no frills” pet and livestock supply store in the region. 

Dog walkers in Houston don't have to worry about cold winters, but hot summer weather can be a factor. Make sure you and your pet drink lots of water, stay in the shade, or walk early in the morning or later in the evening to avoid skyrocketing temperatures.

Terrain in Magnolia Park
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
Magnolia Bay is bordered on the northeast side by Buffalo Bayou and the southwest side by train tracks. The bayou has shipping traffic and industrial activity located along the waterfront, which makes this area a less than desirable location for walking with your dog. 


The neighborhood is a long established community with residences and businesses located near each other. Homes are moderate in size with trees and lawns on private properties. Most streets in Magnolia Park have separate sidewalks for pedestrians, but some do not. 


The terrain in the area is flat and there are no steep hills to trek up. A golf course is situated on the south side and Brays Bayou is situated not far from the south border. The bayous and tracks make it difficult to travel on foot, so you will need to use main thoroughfares with bridges and sidewalks along them to cross water. 

Greenways in Magnolia Park
6 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Houston have an average of:
11 Greenways
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There are several greenways for people and pets to enjoy in and around Magnolia Park. DeZavala Park has an outdoor pool and sports fields and is located in the northeast section of the neighborhood. Mason Park is a large 104-acre city park along both the north and south banks of the Brays Bayou. The north bank can be reached easily as it is just a few blocks south of the community border.  The southern sections of Mason Park can be reached via the 75th Street bridge or the Forest Hill Boulevard bridge. This park has recreational facilities including a community center, swimming pool, athletic fields, a disc golf course, and sports facilities.   


There is a 1.4-mile trail in the park and along the bayou which is great for walking with your leashed pet. The north border of Magnolia Park, along the Buffalo Bayou, is home to Hidalgo Park, which has open areas and a play structure. This greenway has lots of paved walking paths and a historic gazebo.

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