Humble is a city with a growing population and a passion for dogs. The boundaries of the town are large, and the fourteen veterinarians and animal hospitals speak to the passion Humble residents feel for the health of their animals. Kick off your trip to Humble with dinner at the Brick House Tavern, where dogs can join you on the patio and you can enjoy the range of creative twists on modern classics!
If your dog is high energy and needs a lot of walking to calm down, take him to the Jesse H Jones Park & Nature Center. This park offers miles of easy walking trails perfect for going the distance. If you want something a little smaller, The Park at Fall Creek is a human-oriented park that makes for a good fast walk. Either way, your dog can burn off energy!
At the end of a long day in Humble, all anyone wants to do is curl up and rest easy. You have puptastic choices in Humble, from La Quinta Inn & Suites to Best Western. For a small pet fee, you can enjoy convenient hotels right in Humble and wake up ready to live another day to the fullest.
Dogs who love to dine won’t be disappointed in Humble. Head down to Eagle Creek for delicious, outdoor dining experiences your pup can take part in! At Julia’s Mexican Grill, canine guests can enjoy a water bowl at their table. Their humans can enjoy a variety of hearty Mexican and Mexican-inspired dishes. Mama Sumba just a block away is another option for dog friendly dining. This restaurant serves Texas classics, from pulled pork to fancy nachos. Pups who join you on the patio can expect a water bowl for their trouble. Eagle Creek will leave tails wagging no matter where you choose!
Lyndsay/Lyons Park and Sports Complex is an amazing perk to the Atascocita Acres neighborhood. This park is a great place to go with your whole family. There are ample sports fields (some of which are booked for league games, etc.) and a fully equipped playground area for children. There’s shade (always needed on hot Texas days!), and plenty of walking space, as the park covers over 135 acres! Your leashed dog can enjoy a walk long enough to tire him out, and wherever you wind up, you can enjoy the benches or grassy picnic areas. This park is a treasure for the whole family!
Schott Park is a woofderful place for your pup! This park is 24-acres, and less crowded than other, larger parks in the area. There is a small playground area and a couple of sports fields, but a lot of the park is devoted to walking paths. There are typically bikers and joggers on the path. Dogs who come to Schott Park can’t go off leash, but with a nature preserve vibe, this natural space is relaxing and big enough to make a walk worthwhile! Bring your own water bowl when you go here, as their drinking fountains are too tall for dogs.
If you want a meal with your dog that’s also an experience, head to North Humble to Chuy’s Tex-Mex. This restaurant serves authentic, Texan-approved Tex-Mex in an eclectic atmosphere that makes every visit fun. Even when you’re sticking with your pup on the patio, the energy from inside is a part of your meal. You can choose from a variety of Texas favorites. Your dog can get a bowl of water, and shade is available at some of the outdoor tables. The patio seating can be in high demand, so call ahead if you’re going to hit a lunch or dinner rush to be sure there’s a space available for your pup!
If you’re looking for a fun place to eat with your pup tonight, try On the Rox in Central Atascocita. This sports bar features an outdoor patio where your dog can join you! Eat American favorites and twists on Mexican classics, sample their beer selection, and watch the game with your dog. If you’re in the mood for bar food but are less of a sports fan, don’t leave your dog at home. In the same neighborhood is another sports bar offering different attractions. Mojo’s is less slick sports bar and more hometown comforts. Your pup can keep you company outside while you enjoy a tasty burger!