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Dog Areas in Justin

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Fewer than 4,000 people live in the city of Justin in Denton County, Texas which is also an outer ring suburb of Fort Worth. The town was established in 1887, and it prides itself on being everything a city should be, which includes great schools, excellent transportation, and a thriving economy. Justin is only minutes away from a variety of towns and other activities, including the Texas Motor Speedway, the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, and the cities of Dallas, Denton, and Arlington. There are five neighborhood parks in Justin, and while none of them have off-leash areas, they make for good spots to go for an on-leash walk, and there are other dog-friendly activities to check out in Justin, too.

You and your pet can visit Rabbit Hole Brewing on Topeka Avenue to sample a variety of unique and refreshing beers. There are several outdoor tables at Rabbit Hole Brewing, and your dog is welcome to join you outside if they remain on a leash. This brewery was established in 2013, and they focus on providing their guests the opportunity to try underrepresented beers that are hard to find anywhere else. When your time at Rabbit Hole Brewing is done, you and your pup can head to a local park for a walk, or make the short drive to a nearby off-leash park.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Justin

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 113/sq mi

    #1 West Justin

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    If you're looking for a park in Justin that has a little bit of everything, check out Justin Community Park on Ovaletta Drive. This park is known for being clean, safe, and well-maintained, and it has activities that everyone in your family can enjoy. Inside the park, you'll find a concrete walking trail where you can stroll with your dog on a leash. There are also multiple children's play structures, a disc golf course, softball fields, and soccer fields. Community Park also has amenities like restrooms and concession stands for visitors. Be sure to bring your own waste disposal supplies and water for your pet.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 479/sq mi

    #2 Marshall Creek

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    Trophy Club was the first premiere planned community in Texas, and it's an affluent suburb of the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The northeastern corner of Trophy Club is about 10 miles from Justin, and that's where you'll find Freedom Dog Park. Lots of visitors say this is their favorite dog park, and when you visit, you'll see why! The park has a section for dogs who weigh less than 35 pounds, as well as an area for bigger dogs. The park also features a training area, a hose to rinse your dog off, and drinking water stations. You'll also find seating areas for pet parents and waste disposal supplies in the park.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 859/sq mi

    #3 Carillon Southlake

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    The northeastern corner of Southlake, Texas is 15 miles from Justin, and this is where you'll find Bob Jones Park. This city park takes up nearly 500 acres of land, including a six-acre pond. Inside the park, you'll find 13 soccer fields, multi-use trails, an amphitheater, picnic tables, playgrounds, and much more. There's also a 2.5-acre off-leash dog park that has separate sides for big and small dogs. There are drinking water stations and waste disposal supplies in the park, as well as benches and shaded areas. Your dog can join you in most other areas of Bob Jones Park as long as they remain on a leash.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,894/sq mi

    #4 North Davis Boulevard

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    The northeastern corner of North Richland Hills, Texas is less than 20 miles from Justin, and this area is where you'll find Northfield Park. This is the fourth-oldest city park in North Richland Hills, and in 2018, it underwent a massive renovation that was completed in the fall. Inside the park, there are several sports courts and fields, as well as playgrounds, a loop walking trail, and picnic pavilions. It's also home to Tipps Canine Hollow, which has a two-acre space for big dogs and a one-acre area for their little friends. Tipps Canine Hollow provides drinking water for dogs, waste disposal supplies, as well as sunny and shaded seating areas for pet owners.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,051/sq mi

    #5 Bear Creek

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    There's another pawfect dog park less than 25 miles from Justin, and this one can be found in northern Euless, Texas. The Euless Dog Park is part of the Villages of Bear Creek Park, and it's open daily from sunrise to sunset. The dog park features an enclosure for dogs who weigh more than 40 pounds, as well as a section for smaller dogs, and it sits on three acres of land. Some of the park's other amenities include two dog wash stations, water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and four tables where pet parents can relax. Your dog can join you in other regions of the Villages of Bear Creek Park if they stay on a leash.
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