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Dog Areas in Ingram

2 Parks
2 Trails
1 Shop
1 Eatery
1 Groomer

Nestled on the banks of the serene Guadalupe River, Ingram, TX is a family-friendly place with a real small-town vibe and a strong community spirit. The town’s civic pride is displayed everywhere, from its historic shopping district stocked with local businesses and artisanal shops to its small but thriving arts scene.

That’s not Ingram’s main claim to fame, though -- the area is home to Stonehenge II, a three-quarter scale plaster model of the ancient Druidic prayer circle (or alien landing site, depending on who you ask) in Salisbury, England. Why spend your time and money on a transatlantic flight when you can visit artists Al Sheppherd’s replica on picturesque Ingram parkland? The area is also guarded by two concrete copies of the famous Easter Island Maoi Heads. You and your leashed pooch are welcome to wander around the "stones"!

Ingram doesn’t have its own off-leash area, but you and your buddy are sure to sniff out some exercise options! You'll find a community park here that’s both scenic and ideal for a leashed stroll. For doggy dining, check out the fabulous fur-friendly Billy Gene’s Restaurant, which serves up excellent fried okra and caters to canines on their riverside terrace. And if your furry friend longs to run free, don’t fret -- you’ll find plenty of pawesome dog parks a little fur-ther afield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ingram

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    Population Density 1,262/sq mi

    #1 Old Ingram Loop

    While you’re in Ingram, you’d be barking mad not to visit the Old Ingram Loop! This old-timey shopping area is chock full of vintage buildings stocking all kinds of interesting things, from antiques to handmade soaps, as well as some truly unique small art galleries. Your pooch won’t be able to go into most of the stores, so to get the best for your buddy, check out the weekly Saturday Ingram Farmers and Artisans Market! San Antonio’s Lucky Dog Bakery often has a stall there, and they stock a range of homemade treats guaranteed to please even the pickiest pup.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 22/sq mi

    #2 Indian Creek Rd

    Ingram City Park is a true Guadalupe River Gem. This well-maintained green space is popular with Ingram citizens of all ages, shapes, and sizes for its swimming hole, widely held to be one of the best places to take a dip in all of the Texas Hill Country. Unfortunately, your pooch won’t be able to enter the water. Never mind, though -- the furrific tree-lined walking trail here is ideal for a sedate stroll with your four-legged pal, and you two can still sit by the river and watch the world go by. Remember to bring doggie waste bags and water!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,650/sq mi

    #3 Water Street

    No bones about it, a trip to Kerrville Dog Park is sure to leave your pup one happy hound! Located right next to Louise Hays Park in Kerrville’s quiet Water Street neighborhood, this little-known dog run has everything a pooch could ask for. There’s plenty of room to run in both the small and large dog areas, and fitter furry friends are sure to put the agility equipment to good use. Bag and water are provided, and there’s even a bucket full of free tennis balls! The only drawback is that the park doesn’t get much shade, so you might want to visit in the early morning or evening.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 88/sq mi

    #4 Kerrville South

    Kerrville’s Flat Rock Park is a real mutts-visit! The dog run here is huge -- there’s enough space for even the most rambunctious furball to leap about to their heart’s content, and if your doggo likes to swim, they’ll have a whale of a time splashing about in the river. You’ll find waste bags and water on-site, but there’s no separate small dog area, so be mindful of your pup’s temperament. It’s well worth taking a leashed walk through the people side of the park, too, where you’ll find a gorgeous waterside walking path wandering through mature cypress trees.
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    Population Density 2,046/sq mi

    #5 Locust Street

    If you and your pooch are looking for somewhere to chow down, you’re sure to find it in Kerrville’s central, university-adjacent Locust Street neighborhood! For a light bite, check out Francisco’s on Earl Garrett St. Their tortilla soup is excellent, and they welcome wagging tails on their patio. The outdoor seating area is right on a public square, too, so you and your buddy can do some people watching! If you’re in the mood for a more substantial meal, try Rails Cafe. Doggy diners can join their owners in a quaint courtyard setting, and they even sell gourmet treats! Be sure to try the blue crab salad!
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