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Dog Areas in Lake Worth, TX

9 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
1 Eatery
1 Groomer

Just ten miles northwest of Fort Worth, Lake Worth features a variety of water activities and parks where you and Fido can spend time together. Lake Worth Park on Roberts Cut Off offers a walking trail and open fields where you and your pooch can run around in the grass. Kids can have fun on the playground and older kids can show off their skills on the Skate Board Park.

Taking care of pups and their medical needs is easy with three veterinarian clinics in Lake Worth. They are centrally located and offer caring and compassionate services for your furry family member. If the vet tells you Fido needs more exercise, head over to the Casino Park on the Lake. The picnic area is great for walking your pup, and you can eat a snack and enjoy the sunshine.

Lake Worth Marina is another pup-friendly destination if you want to go kayaking or canoeing on the lake. Your pooch can walk up and down the shoreline while the kids paddle around Willow Island. You can enjoy a meal of burgers or catfish with your pup on the outdoor patio at The Point on Lake Worth, and chat with friends and family. 

If you and your pup enjoy the water and spending time outside, Lake Worth is a pawtastic destination for the entire family.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lake Worth, TX

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 435/sq mi

    #1 Lake Worth 820

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    Pups in the Lake Worth area love the Keenum-Shelton Dog Park, where separate areas for both large dogs and small pups makes socializing fun and friendly. The park features agility equipment, and there is grass for the pups to romp and roll through. Pup parents can relax on shaded benches, and there are water stations for dogs to cool off on a hot day. Friendly neighbors are often at the park with their furry companions letting them run off excess energy. The open field is perfect for a game of catch or frisbee, and Fido will be worn out when it’s time to head home. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 546/sq mi

    #2 Pueblo Trail/ Apache Trail

    36

    Along the Pueblo Trail, the Rayl Family Park offers 3.4 acres of space for pups and their families. There is a walking trail around the pond and a playground where the kids can run around. The open space is great for a game of catch with the pup, or you can walk laps and let your pup sniff the trees and plants. There are covered picnic tables where you can relax and get a drink of water while enjoying the breeze off the water. Watching the ducks and admiring the fish in the pond will provide hours of entertainment for both two and four-legged children. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 319/sq mi

    #3 Charbonneau Road/ Lake Worth Blvd

    24

    Charbonneau Park is part of a community effort to plant trees and learn about flowers and nature, but its also a great place to take your pup for an afternoon outdoors. The 3.48-acres provide walking trails for Fido, and the large covered pavilion is great for family get-togethers with their furry companions. After walking laps around the park, sit on a bench and relax while admiring the flower gardens and shade trees. You will need to bring your own water bottles and doggie waste bags to help keep the park looking great. 

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 435/sq mi

    #4 Highland Lake

    12

    Located along Hodgkins Road, Hodgkins Park covers over 2-acres and offers grassy open areas perfect for walking your pup. Fido will love walking laps near the creek and having a snifftastic time with the plants and trees. Kids can spend time on the playground while pup parents relax on shaded benches or picnic tables. You can invite your friends and their pups for a picnic and let the dogs socialize while grilling up some burgers. You will probably see other families and their pups strolling around the park and listening to the calming sound of the water running along the creek. 

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 319/sq mi

    #5 North Lake Worth

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    The North Lake Worth neighborhood features Reynolds Park where both pups and their families can spend time outside. The practice baseball fields are perfect when you want to walk laps and watch the kids play at the same time. You and Fido can play a game of catch and run off some excess energy. For a break, head over to a picnic table to relax with a bottle of water. Kids will also enjoy the playground and spending quality time with your pooch at this convenient neighborhood park.

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