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Dog Areas in Joint Base San Antonio - Fort Sam Houston

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Joint Base San Antonio – Fort Sam Houston is part of the largest joint base in the Department of Defense. In 2005, the base northeast of downtown San Antonio, originally called Fort Sam Houston, was combined with Lackland AFB and Randolph AFB to form the three branches of the JBSA. And luckily for dog owners, the JBSA – Fort Sam Houston is surrounded by lots of pawsome spots for dog-friendly outdoor recreation, restaurants and events. 

If you’re looking for some quality outdoor time with your pooch, JBSA – Fort Sam Houston has the spot for you. Salado Creek Park is dotted with huge live oak trees that provide some much-needed shade from the hot Texas sun. The 13-acre park has lots of benches and picnic areas with grills. Take a walk on the park’s path that meanders next to Salado Creek. The park also has a playground, volleyball court and fishing access to the creek. Leashed pups are welcome throughout the park. Be sure to bring drinking water and cleanup bags.

In the event that your pet needs medical attention or just a yearly check-up, JBSA-Fort Sam Houston has a veterinarian clinic to care for your furry friend.

There’s lots of tail-wagging fun to be had with your four-legged friend at JBSA – Fort Sam Houston and the surrounding area!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Joint Base San Antonio - Fort Sam Houston

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    Population Density 1,361/sq mi

    #1 Fort Sam Houston

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    Venture just outside of JBSA – Fort Sam Houston into San Antonio’s Fort Sam Houston residential neighborhood and explore the area’s Salado Creek Greenway. Start your jaunt with your leashed pup at the Jack White Park Trailhead. The scenery is puptacular as the path is lined with huge native trees. There’s lots of things to sniff too, as the trail meanders close to Salado Creek – you just might run into some wildlife! If you choose to travel the entire 5.6-mile stretch, your adventure will take you south to Covington Park, another great place to enjoy fresh air and a picnic. The Fort Sam Houston neighborhood is also home to John James Park, which has large grassy areas and a one-mile path that winds through the park. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags.
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    Population Density 2,327/sq mi

    #2 Downtown San Antonio

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    You’ll find just about everything you need to make your pup happy in San Antonio’s Downtown neighborhood, just three miles from JBSA – Fort Sam Houston. Madison Square Park has a grassy, fenced-in off-leash area where your furry pal can play and romp. The park has cleanup bags, a drinking fountain for Fido, and benches. Just a stone’s throw from the dog park, there’s lots of fur-iendly restaurants. Bourbon Street Seafood and Guillermo’s both have yummy food and outdoor seating areas where leashed dogs are welcome. If you need a place for you and your pooch to stay, the vibrant Hotel Indigo San Antonio Riverwalk is just two blocks from the off-leash park. You’ll find the rest of Downtown to be quiet and pet-friendly too. Leash up your pooch and explore San Antonio’s walking tours, food scene and Hemisfair Park.
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    Population Density 3,935/sq mi

    #3 Alamo Heights

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    Want to have some major off-leash fun with your pup? Head to the Alamo Heights neighborhood just 7 miles from JBSA – Fort Sam Houston. The Bark Park of Alamo Heights gets the wag of approval from local pups. This huge fenced-in area will give your dog plenty of room to explore and socialize. There’s tons of shade from mature trees and benches, so you and your furry friend can cool off in the shade on hot days. The park has water fountains for dogs and people. The Alamo Heights neighborhood has lots of dog-friendly restaurants too. Check out the pet-friendly patio at The Broadway 5050. Bird Bakery also welcomes leashed dogs at their outdoor tables.
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    Population Density 5,151/sq mi

    #4 Meadow Village

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    Looking for a way to escape that Texas heat? Head to San Antonio’s Meadow Village neighborhood, home of Tom Slick Park. Just 16 miles from JBSA – Fort Sam Houston, this park is understandably very pawpular among locals. Your dog can take a dip in the creek to cool off, and romp around in the acre of fenced-in off-leash area. The park also has designated areas for large and small dogs. If your pup gets a little too dirty, there’s a fur-iffic shower to rinse off muddy pups. There are benches and water fountains for dogs and people. Be sure to check out the additional off-leash area in the park near the Timber Creek entrance by the new pavilion and playground! Meadow Village’s Westwood Village Park is another great place for a picnic with your leashed pup.
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    Population Density 102/sq mi

    #5 Fm 306/Fm Road 3424

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    The JBSA Recreation Park at Canyon Lake is great place to spend the day, or a weekend with Fido! In this neighborhood, an hour’s drive from JBSA-Fort Sam Houston, the recreation area is only open to DOD cardholders. This park has 250 acres of lakefront property that is open year-round for exploration with your pup. Take a hike on the nature trail, hang out at the pet-friendly shorelines, cool off with a dip in the lake, or make use of the boat ramps. The park’s marina even rents boats and watersports equipment. If you and your pup want to stay a while, the park has pet-friendly cabins and campsites, too! Leashed dogs are welcome throughout the park, except at Horseshoe Bay. Remember to bring drinking water, a leash and cleanup bags.
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