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Dog Areas in Huffman

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1 Eatery
2 Groomers

Settled on the side of Lake Houston in Texas’ piney forests, Huffman’s history goes all the way back to 1839. The town is named after David Huffman, a soldier who came to the Lone Star State to fight against Mexico in the Texan Revolution. Soon, Huffman expanded into a proud, down-to-earth, semi-rural farming community. Today, the town is mostly residential, home mainly to those seeking a small-town escape from the fast pace of Houston. There’s a veterinary clinic in town to take care of your fur baby, with emergency services available in Humble.

Huffman isn’t the most pup-friendly place, but it is close to several cities that welcome wagging tails with open arms! You and your pooch can still sniff out some exercise options -- the track around the May Community Centre is a pawesome spot for a leashed walk. The good news is that the town boasts some fur-friendly eateries. Los Compadres caters to canine customers, and serves up the best Tex-Mex in town to boot. Be sure to try the Jalisco Asada! You might have to drive a bit to get the best for your buddy, but with a long enough leash, Huffman can be a great base camp for you and your pooch to romp fur-ther afield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Huffman

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,561/sq mi

    #1 East End

    Wandering through the shady pine forests of the Kingwood Greenbelt, it’s hard to believe that this lush, gorgeous green space is man-made. Known to local kids as "The Jungle", the Kingwood Greenbelt is home to a vast network of hiking trails, many of which are furrifically dog-friendly! Most of the trails here have no incline, so they’re suitable for every age and ability. Be careful, though -- some of the trails aren’t marked, and it can be very easy to get lost, so it’s a good idea to look up a trail map before you go.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,992/sq mi

    #2 Kingwood Town Center

    You’d need to be barking mad not to take the trip to Kingwood! The AABY Dog Park on Lakeville Drive is a pawfect space to let your furry friend run free. There’s a whopping two acres for your pup to leap about and tire themselves out in, but there’s no separate area for small dogs, so be aware of your pooch’s temperament. As an added bonus, bags and water are provided. On your way back, be sure to stop in at Pampered Paws. This adorable dog boutique stocks a wide range of delicious treats sure to make your fur baby sit up and beg.
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    Population Density 252/sq mi

    #3 New Caney

    Lake Houston Wilderness Park in New Caney is a popular spot for camping, and it’s easy to see why. Make no bones about it -- you and your pup could spend days or weeks exploring the massive preserve! This bucolic park boasts over 4,500 acres of wooded wonderland, and your pooch is welcome as long as they stay on-leash.Don’t forget to bring your own water, and plenty of bags to keep the area clean. Humans will need to pay a $3 entrance fee. There’s also plenty of parking!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,221/sq mi

    #4 Lake Houston

    Alexander Deussen Dog Park is paws down one of the best off-leash areas in the whole of Harris County. Unlike the park in Kingswood, there’s a separate area for small dogs, so your pooch can socialize no matter their size! Athletic pooches will love the park’s agility equipment, and bags, water and toys are provided, so you two can enjoy playing catch or tug-of-war without being weighed down by bottles. The park is mostly shaded, so you can let your fur baby run wild without worrying about them overheating in the Texas sun, and there are plenty of benches for tired owners to take a load off their feet!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,267/sq mi

    #5 Pundt Park

    Pundt Park Dog Park in Spring is a bit of a drive from Huffman, but it’d still be a huge faux paws not to visit! There’s plenty of room to run and play fetch in both the large and small dog areas, and the park even has its own doggy shower for post-play clean up, or just for splashing about! All you need in terms of bags, water and toys is provided on-site, so all you need to do is bring your pooch and some enthusiasm. It’s also well worth taking a wander through the people side of the park, where you’ll find miles of shaded walking trails.
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