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Dog Areas in Hunters Creek Village

The name “Hunters Creek Village” might conjure the image of an old-time hunting cabin bedecked with bear skins, but the modern city couldn’t be further from its founding reputation. It’s an urban center through and through, providing a residential reprieve from Houston’s sprawl. There are two vet clinics within its borders, so local dogs never have to worry about a sniffle or scrape. The urban setting makes it the perfect place to go for exquisite dog-friendly dining in places like Barnaby’s Cafe, where contemporary twists on classic cafe dishes are served on the dog-friendly patio.

If you want food with a more breakfast flair, try Buffalo Grille. Your dog can enjoy a bowl of water on the patio while you try breakfasts from all over--even south of the border!

At the end of a long day of aggressive relaxing and sumptuous dining, wag your tails over to Memorial Inn and Suites. For a small dog fee, your pet can join you in your room for a solid night’s sleep before you’re ready to get up and at them again the next day. If your dogs are barking, it’s nothing that a good night’s sleep in Hunters Creek Village won’t fix right up.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hunters Creek Village

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    Population Density 3,338/sq mi

    #1 The Villages

    The Villages is a neighborhood in Houston that surrounds the towns of Hunters Creek Village, Piney Point Village, Hedwig Village, and others. Some have been entirely swallowed by Houston’s sprawl, but they’re all intensely residential with a pair of small parks that are definitely worth a visit. Start with Carol Tree Pocket Park for the smallest but most quiet experience. This park is seriously tiny, but it’s a good place to stretch your legs, and local dogs love the convenience of this spot. Move on to Briarbend Park for more of a walk. Leashed dogs will enjoy Briarbend’s open, grassy areas and the fact that the spot is pupular with locals!
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    Population Density 4,358/sq mi

    #2 Eldridge


    If your dog loves to run and play off leash, there’s just no beating Millie Bush Dog Park in Eldridge. Eldridge is a densely residential neighborhood of Houston, and is an all around great place to be a dog! Millie Bush Dog Park has separate areas for large and small dogs, and plenty of room to roam! Fetch fanatics will be wagging their tails over the open space! There are also man made pools for the dogs to jump into in the summer! It’s a popular park, so social dogs will be overjoyed at the chance to play here.

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    Population Density 2,888/sq mi

    #3 Memorial Dr/ Westcott St


    When you’re staying in Hunters Creek Village, you’re just 12 minutes from the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center in the large Memorial Park in Houston. You owe your dog a chance to stop and smell the roses--and all the other flowers the arboretum holds! Dogs are welcome in the Arboretum as long as they remain on leash and on the path, which is a fair trade for all the work that goes into making this space a gem of Houston. Spend a few hours under the trees and you’ll leave refreshed--and your pal will be tuckered out! For some more exercise, spend some time in the 1,466 acres of the surrounding Memorial Park, and try out the many trails that snake through the woods.

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    Population Density 3,334/sq mi

    #4 Spring Branch

    If you have time, load up the pup and head to Congressman Bill Archer Dog Park. It’s a twenty minute drive into the heart of the Spring Branch neighborhood of Houston, but it’s well worth it. Some dogs love running off leash more than anything, and that’s what they can do at this park. There are separate areas for large and small dogs so all can play without fear! There are also wash stations and agility courses, making this park a brilliant and popular one stop shop! If your dog gets shy, there are also walking paths where leashed dogs can get exercise on their own.
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    Population Density 10,524/sq mi

    #5 Chinatown

    Houston’s Chinatown neighborhood is just twenty minutes from Hunters Creek Village, and is bordered by the Arthur Storey Park. This large park is a great place to exercise, and dogs will love the variety of features the park offers. The center of the park is a pond, which is surrounded by a paved walking trail that’s perfect for an evening amble or a morning run. The park is also equipped with benches and human-sized drinking fountains, so be sure to bring a bowl. If you crave variety in your view, the mix of water feature, bayou, and woods should be enough to keep you as interested as your dog!
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