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Dog Areas in Kingsland, TX

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Kingsland is a moderately sized city in Llano County, TX. The area itself is nearly surrounded with water, as it sits in the elbow where the Colorado River meets Lake Lyndon B. Johnson. In this mix of water, you’ll also find the Llano River, which gives the county its name. 

While the city itself errs on the side of quiet and tame, there is plenty of nature to explore on the outskirts of town. Locals and tourists alike can explore areas such as The Slab – one of the Kingsland’s best-kept secrets. Bring Fido and the family and enjoy an afternoon in the shallow waters alongside pink granite. For overnight stays, you can rent an RV and stay at the camp nearby – but be sure to keep a close watch on your pup! (And don't forget the doggie waste bags.)

Want to enjoy the brisk fresh air? Visit Kingsland Community Park with Fido! They’ll have to remain leashed for your visit, but you will catch beautiful views of the conflux of water that leads out into the Colorado River. Plan the pawfect day trip chock full of fishing, boating, and laying out by the lake or book a pet-friendly room at the Rio Villa Resort!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kingsland, TX

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    Population Density 471/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Marble Falls

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    A little less than 13 miles south of Kingsland is Marble Falls, another city alongside the Colorado River. This is a great place to visit when your pup is feeling restless since they have not one, but two dog parks in town! The first is the long-standing off-leash park, which is bordered solely by water. Here, your pup can run around and even take a dip in the beautiful Lake Marble Falls while you relax nearby. If you pre-fur a fenced-in park, head a few blocks north to the Ruff Park at Westside Park. Remember to bring your doggy bags to both locations!
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    Population Density 296/sq mi

    #2 Inks Lake

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    If you’re searching for a more in-depth experience in nature, head up to the Inks Lake State Park. A short 12-minute drive north, this park also has access to the Colorado River but also allows visitors to explore over 9 miles of hiking trails. You can even go camping! Keep in mind that Fido will have to stay on a leash no longer than 6 feet, and pets aren’t allowed in primitive camping sites. If you visit early enough, you may even squeeze a quick trip to the Longhorn Cavern State Park, where you can explore the beauty of natural geology. Just remember pups aren’t allowed inside Texas State Park buildings.
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    #3 Pedernales Falls State Park

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    Central Texas is well-known for its beautiful granite slabs sitting just under bodies of water, like the Pedernales River. About an hour's drive out from Kingsland is Pedernales Falls State Park, where you and your pooch can enjoy breathtaking views while partaking in fun outdoor activities with the whole family. Your dog is welcome to join as you hike the trails and even at your campgrounds (except primitive camping). For those adventure seekers, try your luck on the 6-mile Wolf Mountain Trail – remember to bring water for you and Fido! Always keep pets safely leashed on a lead under 6 feet long.
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    Population Density 2,764/sq mi

    #4 Indian Springs

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    For pet parents that opt for more populated cities, Cedar Park, TX is pawfect! Here, you’ll find a huge bark park just spitting distance from the secluded little neighborhood of Indian Springs. Known as the Cedar Bark Park, this 5-acre gem has tons of amenities for you and your furry friend to enjoy. The natural dog pond is the star of the park, which is just what Fido needs in the hot Texas sun. Once you have worked up an appetite, head to one of the eateries with pet-friendly outdoor seating. The Blue Corn, for example, serves up Southwestern cuisine with locally sourced ingredients!
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    Population Density 64/sq mi

    #5 South Spicewood

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    Texas is also no stranger to small, tight-knit towns, like Spicewood. Thirty-two minutes southwest of Kingsland is a community well-versed in wine. While Kingsland has a few wineries of its own, Spicewood Vineyard is pet-friendly! This pawticular winery spans over 32 acres of vineyard, which you can schedule a tour to visit. Or, indulge in a wine-tasting on the shaded patio with Fido at your feet! If wine is not your style, you can always visit the Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area, which spans 654 acres and offers over 9 miles of hiking trails you can explore. Bring pawlenty of waste bags to both locations.
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