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Dog Areas in Jarrell

In spite of its small size, the tiny little gem of Jarrell, TX does the rest of the state proud in one sense -- everything is bigger in Texas: the personalities, the steaks, the stages, and don’t forget the love for dogs! Because of this big love for our favorite furry friends, the area surrounding Jarrell is number to a number of dog-friendly restaurants and dog parks. 

One park that pawsitively can’t go unmentioned is Oak Tree Dog Park, in the nearby city of Temple. Less than twenty miles from Jarrell, you won’t be hard pressed to find happy hovels for your hound, but Oak Tree Dog Parks sticks out from all the others. Highly-rated by tourists and locals alike, this one-acre fenced-in area is perfect for your pup pal to have some off-leash fun and meet some new friends. There’s also a doggy obstacle course, and plenty of shade for your pupper’s person to sit and relax. You’ll need to bring waste bags, as well as plenty of clean drinking water. Your pup will run himself ragged in no time, because like everything in Texas, the fun is big too!

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    Population Density 349/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Leander

    A hop and a skip away from Jarrell, you’ll find yourself in Downtown Leander, home of the Doghouse Drinkery Dog Park. A welcome change of pace from the usual dog park, the Doghouse Drinkery is a dog park with a bar on site, where you can order your choice of beers and spirits, while enjoying the flat screen TV also available in the dog park. Not only will your pup have a blast, but you’re bound to as well. If you need to step away into the main park, there is even a dog park monitor so you can always keep an eye on Fido!
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    Population Density 1,804/sq mi

    #2 South West Harker Heights

    Pitter patter your puppy’s paws in the direction of South West Harker Heights, and your trusty toothy tot is sure to thank you. Here, you’ll find Purser Family Park, which is home to a expansive dog park with two distinct areas for both large and small dogs. With plenty of space for off-leash play, your canine companion is sure to make new friends at this busy locale. Just be sure to bring some doggy waste bags, plenty of fresh drinking water, and treats for Fido and his new friends. You pup will rise to pawpularity in no time flat.
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    Population Density 2,458/sq mi

    #3 Memorial Boulevard

    Scoot your pooch on towards Memorial Boulevard, a bustling location in Killeen, Texas. The boulevard is home to Mickey’s Dog Park, which may not seem all that impressive at first glance -- but give it a chance! Step inside the park, where the brightly painted fences hold the best of the charm that Texas can offer. Your precious pup is free to play off-leash in a more casual and cozy location compared to some other dog parks you’ve visited. Bring plenty of waste bags and fresh water, as well as an open mind. You certainly will not be disappointed.
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    Population Density 204/sq mi

    #4 North Main Street

    Trek towards another tempting Texas locale, and make your way towards North Main Street in Salado, a short trip away. Salado is home to Chupacabra Craft Beer and the Salado Creek Winery. A two-in-one deal, at the Winery you’re welcome to sample any number of delicious local craft brews, as well as sip some wine. Your dog won’t be the only one sniffing about, thanks to the aromatic scents of their blends. Well-behaved dogs aren’t just welcome; you’re encouraged to bring your pup in to explore what the Winery has to offer. Remember, it’s not drinking alone if you're with Fido!
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    Population Density 3,126/sq mi

    #5 University Boulevard

    Last but not least on this Texas sized to-do list is making a trip to Round Rock -- more specifically, University Boulevard therein. If you’re looking for a good bite of Mexican street food, but in a classier location, you’d be doggone crazy to miss out on Freebirds World Burrito. A delicious restaurant that brings its California roots into all of the entrees, the dog-friendly patio is just the place to settle down and chow down with your canine companion. Bring plenty of water for your pup, and your diva doggie will be dining in comfort in the sheltered patio.
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