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Dog Areas in Kyle

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Kyle is a city of nearly 40,000 people in Hays County, Texas, and it's one of the fastest-growing cities in the state. At just 20 miles south of downtown Austin and seven miles from the city limits, Kyle is conveniently located close to a major metropolitan area and all of the amenities that come with it. Kyle has plenty of amenities of its own, including great schools, restaurants, parks and recreation, and healthcare facilities. The mild climate with cool winters and long, hot summers means spending time outdoors is always enjoyable, and there are a variety of green spaces in and around Kyle to explore with your dog.

With a city growing as quickly as Kyle, it didn't take long for it to need a dog park of its very own! The Steeplechase Dog Park is part of 31-acre Steeplechase Park in eastern Kyle. Beautiful Plum Creek runs through this park, and it also includes sports fields, playgrounds, trails, and a disc golf course. The newly-built dog park includes big and small dog sections, as well as dog water fountains and seating. Steeplechase Dog Park is set to have several upcoming updates, so the park will just keep getting better and better! Not only is there this pawesome off-leash park in Kyle, but there are also plenty of others just a short drive away.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kyle

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    Population Density 3,403/sq mi

    #1 Red Bud Isle

    Often referred to as the "Disneyland of Dog Parks", Red Bud Isle is a paradise for both dogs and their owners, and it's half an hour from Kyle in western Austin! This 17.5-acre recreational off-leash space includes wooded areas, open fields, and a swimming area for dogs. There is also a fishing pier on the water, as well as half a mile of trails throughout the park. Red Bud Isle undergoes regular updates and maintenance, and the dedicated community of regulars volunteer their time to keep this place as pawfect as it is. There are several picnic tables and waste removal stations in the park, but don't forget to bring a towel to clean your dog off at the end of your visit.
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    Population Density 4,698/sq mi

    #2 Clarksville

    There's a place in the historic central Austin neighborhood of Clarksville called West Austin Park, and it's about a half-hour drive from Kyle. Not only does West Austin Park have sports fields, playgrounds, trails, and picnic facilities, it also has an off-leash dog park. This dog park has a double-gated entry system to make sure your dog doesn't escape, and the park is one big area that doesn't separate dogs by size. Throughout the park, you'll find a variety of terrain for your dog to explore, as well as drinking water, waste disposal supplies, and plenty of seating. Your dog can also join you in other areas of West Austin Park if they're leashed.
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    Population Density 3,923/sq mi

    #3 Southpark Meadows

    Another one of Austin's excellent off-leash dog parks can be found at Mary Moore Searight Metropolitan Park in south Austin, just 15 miles from Kyle. Mary Moore Searight is a dog-friendly park with six miles of trails, picnic facilities, playgrounds, sports fields, and much more. The dog park can be accessed through the north end of the park, and it includes an off-leash trail that spans for more than one mile. The off-leash area is quite large, but it doesn't include separate sections for big and small dogs. This dog park has waste disposal supplies and water, and there are also creeks where your dog can take a dip.
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    Population Density 8,657/sq mi

    #4 Central San Marcos

    Central San Marcos, Texas is about a ten-minute drive from Kyle, and this is where you'll find the San Marcos Dog Park at Memorial Park. This two-acre off-leash park has a section for large dogs, as well as a section for dogs under 20 pounds. There are water fountains, waste disposal supplies, seating, and tennis balls throughout the park. Visitors note there isn't an abundance of shade at the San Marcos Dog Park, so keep that in mind when you visit on a sweltering day. This dog park is located next to a skate park, so there are fun activities for humans to enjoy, too!
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    Population Density 4,623/sq mi

    #5 Bouldin

    Bouldin is a trendy and historic neighborhood near downtown Austin, and it's about a half-hour drive from Kyle. This area is home to Auditorium Shores, a 49-acre urban park that hosts several fun events and concerts each year. There's also a designated off-leash area at Auditorium Shores, and at 4.5 acres, there's paw-lenty of room for your dog to run. The Auditorium Shores Off-Leash Park doesn't separate dogs by weight, so dogs of all sizes mingle in the same space. There are three water stations at the dog park, as well as a dog shower and doggy bags. Your dog will love that they can access the river from the dog park to take a dip on a hot day.
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