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Dog Areas in Leon Valley

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When you’re in Leon Valley, you’ll always be able to find great things to do with your dog! This Texas town has one-dog-friendly park your pup is sure to love. If you want to go on a fun day trip with your dog, San Antonio is just ten miles away. If your pup needs a check-up, there’s one highly-rated veterinary clinic in Leon Valley.

Looking for a fun place to hike with your dog? Head to Cibolo Nature Center and Farm! This nature center is 29 miles from Leon Valley, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. While you’re here, you and your dog can explore the park’s three miles of trails. If you want to see a unique marsh that’s filled with wildlife, check out the half-mile Marshland Trail. Or, if you’d rather go on a walk through a beautiful forest, try the half-mile Woodlands Trail. Bring water and doggy bags, and have a great time hiking here!

Brackenridge Park is another pawesome place to take your dog for an on-leash walk. This park is 14 miles from Leon Valley, and it’s home to one paved 1.7-mile trail. This trail goes along the picturesque San Antonio River, and it also passes a beautiful Japanese tea garden. If your dog gets thirsty, doggy water fountains are available throughout the park. You and your dog will always have a furrific time here and in the many other dog-friendly attractions in and around Leon Valley!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Leon Valley

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    Population Density 5,368/sq mi

    #1 Evers Road


    This neighborhood is home to Leon Valley’s one dog-friendly park, Raymond Rinkus Park. This park welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has a shaded trail you can explore with your dog. This trail takes you around the whole park, and it passes a lovely creek, sports fields, and a basketball court. Doggy bags are available throughout the park, and there are also some doggy water fountains in the park. If you’re hungry after your walk, Raymond Rinkus Park has numerous picnic tables where you can have a snack or lunch with your pup. You and your dog will both have a great time at this community park!

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    Population Density 1,429/sq mi

    #2 Forest Crest


    Located 15 miles from Leon Valley, Forest Crest is a quiet, mostly residential neighborhood with two parks that welcome dogs. If you want to take a leisurely stroll with your dog, head to Raymond Russell County Park. This park has one peaceful trail that takes you through a wooded area and past a creek. If you want to go on a longer hike, check out Dwight D. Eisenhower Park. This 320-acre park has five miles of natural trails that take you through the woods and up hills where you’ll get amazing views of San Antonio. Bring water and doggy bags with you to both of these parks, and have a fun time hiking with your furry best friend!

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    Population Density 2,187/sq mi

    #3 Churchill Forest


    If you’re looking for a great off-leash area for your dog, try Phil Hardberger Dog Park. This dog park is 10 miles from Leon Valley, and it offers separate areas for large and small dogs to play in. The park has fun agility equipment for your dog to play on, and there’s a rinsing station where you can clean your dog if they get messy. If your dog gets thirsty, a doggy water fountain is available. If you want to get a bite to eat with your dog after the park, head to Blanco BBQ. Sit at one of their dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy classic Texas barbeque.

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    Population Density 1,882/sq mi

    #4 Dietert


    Dietert is a mixed residential and commercial area with tons to offer dogs and their owners. The neighborhood has a beautiful park that welcomes dogs on-leash: Boerne City Park. This park is 28.5 miles from Leon Valley, and it has a trail that takes you through the forest and along beautiful Cibolo Creek. Bring water and doggy bags with you, and have a pawesome time exploring this park. If your dog is a good boy at the park, bring them over to Fetch and Friskers Barkery and Bow-tique. This dog bakery makes all their treats and cookies in-house, and they only use natural human-grade ingredients. Your pup will love digging into one of these treats!

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    Population Density 3,647/sq mi

    Burning Tree is home to another pawsitively amazing off-leash area, McAllister Dog Park. Located 14 miles from Leon Valley, this park has two separate fenced areas: one for large dogs and one for small dogs. The park also has agility equipment for your pup, including ramps, tunnels, and hurdles. If all this excitement makes your dog thirsty, a doggy water fountain is available. If you’re looking for a good place to eat after the dog park, check out MoMack’s Backyard Malts and Burgers. This casual restaurant welcomes dogs at their outdoor picnic tables, and they serve classic burgers, milkshakes, hot and cold sandwiches, and more.

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