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Dog Areas in Liberty Hill

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Are you roaming around the Greater Austin metropolitan area? If you find yourself in the small town of Liberty Hill, then you are in luck! It’s not your average vibrant town, but you and Fido are sure to have a grand time here nonetheless. There is one animal clinic available in Liberty Hill, just in case it’s time for your pup’s check-up!

Liberty Hill has many hidden gems. Known largely by locals, the Thirsty Mule Winery and Vineyard is one such example, and is a pawtastic activity to enjoy with your furry friend (yes, pups are welcome!) No reservations needed, just wag in to the Thirsty Mule for a furrific time discovering Texas’ only underground winery! Pups should be leashed and are not allowed in the exclusive human-only tasting bar.

For a real treat, visit the Liberty Hill International Sculpture Park to voyage back in time to 1976, when the International Sculpture Symposium hosted artists all around the world to feature their masterpieces. You can now visit the park with your pup and see nearly 27 sculptures made from native granite, concrete and steel, among other materials. You can also find some of the sculptures relocated in the adjacent Lion’s Foundation Park.

Liberty Hill is a pawpular location for travelers and doggie-owners looking to escape the concrete jungle of Austin city and a pawfect retreat for you and Fido!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Liberty Hill

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,283/sq mi

    #1 Westview Meadows

    Meander over to the neighboring town of Leander for a wide variety of pawsome restaurants and cafes that are pup-friendly. The Westview Meadows neighborhood offers you and Fido a grand time at the Leander Beer Market. Grab a beer while you play a round of pool at the outdoor pool table with furiends and your pup in tow. There are over 300+ beers on their brew menu, so don’t be shy when it comes to tasting new flavors. Leander Beer Market is a pawpular spot for locals, so you might encounter waiting times for your turn to whack the 8 ball.
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    Population Density 1,962/sq mi

    #2 Cedar Park Town Center

    Just south of Leander sits the pawpular city of Cedar Park, where there are a barkful of fun pawptions to hang out with Fido. Don’t miss out on the Austin Steam Train Association for a wonfurful first-paw experience aboard an old steam train! Your pup is welcome on board (although he must remain in a suitable carrier). When the train drops you back in the Cedar Park Town Center, grab a bite to eat at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop for delicious Mexican flare with an American touch. Wag around the corner to check out Pieology for the neighborhood’s most frequented pizzeria.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,043/sq mi

    #3 Hur Industrial Park

    This neighborhood offers you and your pup the chance to romp and roam in a well-maintained, off-leash dog park known pawpularly as Cedar Bark Park. 5 whopping acres of grassy and dirt open space, a pond, water fountains, benches and shady trees, are all up for exploring in this barktastic dog park! There is a special area for the smaller pups to roam and play in safety, in addition to two large dog areas. If your pup tends to roll in the mud, don't fret. There are shower facilities available so you can wash off your pup before heading home. Get ready for a wooftacular day out!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 314/sq mi

    #4 Spanish Oak Trail

    On the opposite side of Cedar Park Town Center is another pawsome dog park. Take Fido to the Doghouse Drinkery Dog Park in the Spanish Oak Trail neighborhood for a furrific time. Dog owners rejoice, because this dog park comes complete with a bar and a game room so you can make furiends while your furry pal is making furiends, too! There are toys, doggie waste bags, and water provided for your pup, so no need to lug over your own doggoe supplies from home. Socialize and hang out while your pup roams and romps in the joint ½ acre dog park. A small fee is required per entry per day.
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    Population Density 3,200/sq mi

    #5 Reserve At Brushy Creek

    Visit this neighborhood in Cedar Park for a tail waggin’ good time strolling the pawpular Brushy Creek Lake Park. While the Brushy Creek Lake Park is not an off-leash dog park, it does provide you and Fido a fun outdoor activity offering a barkful of hiking and walking trails, lake, woody forests, and plenty of open greenspace. Woof in the fresh air as you enjoy strolling with Fido on his leash. The park does ask that you bring doggie waste bags so make sure to pick up after your pup. There are gazebos and shaded picnic areas as well, so pack a bone for Fido!
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