Dog walking in Junction

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Dog Walking in Junction

Hill Country in Texas offers an array of outdoor attractions and activities, and the town of Junction is not an exception. You will find a combination of the relaxed lifestyle, friendly people, and great outdoor activities. Kayaking, fishing, and hunting are some of the most favorable ones. Junction is always happy to welcome visitors with pooches, offering a few outdoor options for canine friends, as well as 3 veterinary clinics taking care of sick pets.

If you ask anyone in Junction where you should have fun with your pooch, the answer will be obvious. South Llano River State Park, with pristine water and protected wildlife, is a beautiful retreat for your furry friend. The park hosts more than 18 miles of walking and hiking trails to explore, as well as opportunities to go canoeing, swimming, and fishing. Yes, your mutt is welcome everywhere except buildings.

Want to relax in a nice atmosphere with good food? Junction Rivers Winery is a nice and dog-friendly place located right in the heart of town. Share the meal with your canine friend, or just enjoy sunbathing and spending some lazy time with your pooch at your side and a glass of wine in your hand.

Junction is full of dog-friendly options for those who decide to stay for a few days. Hotels, motels, and houses for rent are spread all over the town and provide plenty of options. Stay at the Hills Motel in the city center, or Rodeway Inn in the northern part of town, which doesn't charge an additional fee for pets!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Junction

Flatrock Park

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
43 per sq. mi.

Flatrock Park

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Kerrville is located in less than an hour southeast of Junction and has a place that all the locals call "dog heaven". Flatrock Park, in the southern region of the city, is an amazing recreational area with lots of room for your mutt to run. Stretching along the Guadalupe River, this park is the only off-leash spot in the area where your mutt can easily socialize with other pooches, chase squirrels, and enjoy swimming in the river. Some dog owners have been visiting the place for more than 10 years, and if you want to join this like-minded, dog-friendly community, Flatrock Park in Kerrville is happy to welcome you and your pooch!

Southeast Boerne

36
Population Density
1,882 per sq. mi.

Southeast Boerne

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The southeastern part of Boerne has two big recreation areas: Herff Park and Boerne City Park. This neighborhood is also home to a few eateries and convenience stores for locals and occasional visitors. If you are in the city with the pooch, do visit Cibolo Nature Center and Farm, just outside City Park. This natural paradise is run by a non-profit organization and offers miles of dog-friendly hiking trails to explore. The trails provide scenic natural views of the creek and also wind through the historic Texas Hill County Farm. Keep your mutt on their leash at all times and enjoy a relaxing stroll in the area, which is especially beautiful in spring.

Hill Country State Natural Area

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
5,081 per sq. mi.

Hill Country State Natural Area

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If your thirst for adventure has led you to Bandera, do not hesitate to visit Hills Country State Natural Area, which is secluded from all the hustle and bustle of the city center. This is a beautiful, undeveloped retreat welcoming leashed pooches to sniff and explore more than 40 miles of multi-purpose walking and hiking trails. You are welcome to hike, climbing limestone hills and conquering the peaks, or meander down by the stream. Fishing and swimming are off-limits here, however. Camping options are available for travelers with pooches as well as picnicking. Care to visit? You'll want to pack plenty of water and doggie waste bags!

Downtown San Antonio

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,534 per sq. mi.

Downtown San Antonio

12

Downtown San Antonio is a bustling place with tourists, locals, and visitors enjoying their vacations, exploring the city by themselves ,or taking guided walking tours. This muttropolis is a heaven for those who are interested in cultural places and shopping. The best part is that you'll find a green space right in the middle of all the hubbub! Madison Square Dog Park, located right in the city center, is an amazing retreat for your mutt, providing an off-leash experience in a designated fenced area. There are more than 65 acres of freedom, fun and full-speed chases with local furry visitors waiting for you. To make the day even better, pay a visit to two dog-friendly eateries across the street: Guillermo’s or Bourbon Street Seafood. Both offer dog-friendly outdoor tables and a free bowl of water!

North St. Mary's Street

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
3,780 per sq. mi.

North St. Mary's Street

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St. Mary’s Street stretches through the northern part of San Antonio, passing by recreation areas, parks, botanical gardens, museums and even a zoo. If you are in the area with your pup, pay a visit to Brackenridge Park, set on the San Antonio River between the Japanese Tea Garden and Witte Museum. The park hosts walking trails and welcomes pooches to explore the area with their masters. You'll also find a few drive-in eateries nearby, as well as an amazing dog-friendly restaurant! Augie’s Barbed Wire Smokehouse offers a varied menu and serves up generous portions to furry friends and their owners at outdoor tables.