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The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Laredo

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El Rincon Del Diablo

Los Dos Laredos Park in El Rincon Del Diablo has one of the best views in Laredo. The park is right on the water, looking out over the Rio Grande. This beautiful view is matched by a simple, but beautiful park. There are plenty of grassy areas for you and your dog to relax and explore. You could also head deeper into the neighborhood if you’re looking for a bite to eat after your park trip. Zaragoza Grill is a fantastic restaurant with outdoor seating that accommodates dogs. They serve upscale Latin cuisine that focuses on fresh ingredients and bold flavors, and plenty of specials!

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Chacon

Slaughter Park in Chacon is a great park, despite the grim name. There’s space for just about anything here! They have an extensive walking and biking track that’s perfect for working up a sweat and figuring out how long it takes you to do it. They have picnic and BBQ spots, and several sports fields that dogs will love exploring when they’re not in use! Your dog should remain on leash inside the park. You should also bring a dog bowl with you, so your dog can make use of the drinking fountains in case that Texas sun gets too hot.

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Independence Hills

Independence Hills Regional Park is a large, beautiful open space with a variety of terrain. There’s a pond that gathers migrating ducks and geese, always exciting for dogs, but the real treasure is the off leash area! This off leash dog park area is fully fenced, and separates dogs by size. The park also features a lot of obstacles to help with a dog’s training, flexibility, and agility. The park is fairly large, and with so many wagging tails visiting it, your pup is almost guaranteed a new friend! There is nighttime lighting, perfect for after work trips to the park.


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Eastwoods

Eastwoods Park in Eastwoods is barrels of fun! Your dog will love the bike trail. While cyclists do use the trail, joggers and hikers also make use of it. Keep your dog’s leash close to avoid any traffic as you navigate the space. If hiking isn’t your or your dog’s cup of tea, there’s still plenty to do at Eastwoods Park. Lounging on the lawn is fun in itself; it’s also a great place for a picnic! The park has a playground and basic amenities, including water fountains and restrooms. You won’t have to pack water, but you should bring a doggie bowl!

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Diamond

Lake Casa Blanca International State Park is a world class park destination. Dogs are allowed into the state park as long as they’re kept on leash. They’re also not allowed to enter the buildings in the park, such as the visitors center. This won’t put a damper on your day, because the real draw of the park is definitely nature! The park boasts a variety of trails, so you’ll find something to challenge your skill level no matter where you’re at. Bring all the supplies you’ll need, as since this park is a natural space, the amenities are few.

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