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Dog Areas in Hutchins

Hutchins is a city in south Dallas County, Texas with a population of nearly 6,000 people. Hutchins is one of the smallest municipalities in the county as it has grown at a smaller pace than many surrounding cities. This has helped contribute to its charming small-town feel. Main Street in Hutchins looks like something out of a movie, with quaint shops lining it. Hutchins, like all of Texas, has warm weather most of the year that's ideal for adventuring outside with your dog. Another thing that makes Hutchins a dog-friendly place to live? There are several veterinarians in the area!

While Hutchins doesn't have a designated off-leash park of its own, it's only minutes away from several others in neighboring towns. In less than a half an hour, you and your doggo can drive from Hutchins to the Old Lake Highlands Area of Dallas, Texas. This is where you'll find the White Rock Lake Dog Park at Mockingbird Point Park. This two-acre dog park was recently renovated, and it includes a separate area for small dogs. They also provide visitors with waste bags, water, and seating. If your dog is part fish, they'll love that this park has swimming access as well. 

Just wait until you see all Hutchins and the surrounding areas have to offer you and your dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hutchins

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    Population Density 4,339/sq mi

    #1 Downtown

    Dallas is a very dog-friendly city with an abundance of dogs parks, which makes its proximity to Hutchins all the better! Downtown Dallas is a 15-minute drive from Hutchins, and one of the dog parks in this area is called the Main Street Garden Urban Dog Run. This dog run is found within the 1.75-acre Main Street Garden Park which also has a small water park, a cafe, and occasional community events. The dog area is fenced in so your pooch can play off of a leash, but it isn't divided into areas for big and small dogs. There are water fountains for your dog available within the off-leash area as well.
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    Population Density 2,392/sq mi

    #2 Deep Ellum

    Deep Ellum is an area of Dallas primarily known for its arts and entertainment events and facilities in the neighborhood. It's a 15-minute drive from Hutchins, and in addition to the arts and entertainment, there is a dog park in this area called Bark Park Central. This 1.2-acre dog park isn't divided into any sections, but it has water for dogs, doggy showers, artwork on display, shade, waste cleanup materials and some agility equipment. When you're done at the dog park, there are plenty of pet-friendly restaurants within walking distance where you can refuel with your pet.
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    Population Density 2,630/sq mi

    #3 Town Center

    Central Dallas is 12 miles from Hutchins, and it's also where you'll find one of the prettiest dog parks in the city. The Meadows Foundation Dog Park is surrounded by an adorable white picket fence. A few visitors have noted that if you have a particularly tiny dog who is an escape artist, they may be able to make it through the fence, so keep an extra close eye on them. Meadows Foundation has a reputation for being kept very clean, which makes it more enjoyable for everyone. There are lots of water bowls throughout the park, but no water source, so be sure to bring your own.
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    Population Density 3,669/sq mi

    #4 North Dallas

    North Dallas is just over a half-hour drive from Hutchins. North Dallas is also home to the NorthBark Dog Park, which is one of the city's favorite dog parks. The NorthBark Dog Park is a massive 22.3-acre paradise for dogs and their owners. In addition to a separate small dog area, NorthBark has a six-foot-wide trail loop, a doggy lake, showers, a pavilion, seating, picnic areas, and all the waste clean-up materials you could need. As soon as you arrive, you won't have to wonder what makes it such a beloved place any longer!
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    Population Density 7,629/sq mi

    #5 Uptown

    When you're looking for a truly unique experience with your dog, make the 18-minute drive to Mutts Canine Cantina in Uptown Dallas. Mutts is a dog park and a restaurant all in one, and it features a large dog-friendly patio as well as a separate off-leash park that is attended by staff at all times. The dog park staff provide water for dogs and clean up after them. The one-acre dog park has different large and small dog areas, and is surrounded by a six-foot fence. If you're just visiting the area, you can buy a day pass for $5.95, but if you plan on becoming a regular, you can get a monthly pass for $15.95 or an annual membership for $119.40.
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