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Dog Areas in Lyons, TX

Lyons, Texas was once a railroad worker's camp called Pennington. It became Lyons when the namesake granted permission to build the railroad, which breathed life into the area. Lyons' gas station was one of the first buildings, but it was quickly followed by a grocery store and three other stores. Soon, it was a bustling community of over 150 people. This was sensational because there were other settlements close by that seemed to be more fit for settlement. Some say it was the sense of community that really made it thrive. This sense of community is still seen today. 

If you want to see the history for yourself, then come and take a walk around this small town. Be prepared for some southern hospitality. The people will wave. Your dog will be petted. Everyone will want to know your story. Leash up your pal and take a walk by the water tower and the old district.

Because it's so small, Lyons doesn't have much in the way of Fido-friendly amenities. If you want to visit nature, Somerville is only about three miles away. Lake Somerville is the place to go to walk some trails, do some fishing, and relax for the day. You and your dog can camp if you want to. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lyons, TX

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    Population Density 5,114/sq mi

    #1 University Drive

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    Grub Burger Bar may be half an hour away, but it is the place to go when you are looking for some classic comfort food. The wait staff will be delighted to fuss over your furry friend. This eatery serves classic college food. If you don't know what that is, then head on over to find out! The burgers are greasy. The coffee is always fresh. Your dog is allowed to enjoy everything this restaurant has to offer at the outdoor seating area, where there's plenty of room to study, hang out, or just be with your dog.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 91/sq mi

    #2 Park St

    36
    Twenty minutes from you in Brenham is Home Sweet Farm Market. The menu is constantly changing, and depends on what is available locally. They always have beer and wine on the menu, though. You can stick with one of the classics or branch out and try a new local favorite. You can even bring your dog with you while you sample the fresh food! Bring your friends or have them meet you here. This is a great local hangout all year long, but remember all the food is seasonal so get your favorite while you can. You won't regret your choice!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 91/sq mi

    #3 Highway 36

    24
    Animal Friends Dog Park is a 7.5-acre dog park. There are six acres for the big dogs and 1.5 acres for smaller or more timid dogs. Both sides are fully fenced with a double gated entrance to protect you and your dog from accidental escapes. This is a park where you can let your dog off of the leash and just let them run for a while. There are water stations with fresh water here, and you can also find fully stocked cleaning stations. The best part of this dog park is that you can relax and just enjoy watching your dog socialize.
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    Population Density 91/sq mi

    #4 Market Street

    12
    Coffee. Breakfast tacos. Early morning Texas sunshine. The only thing that could make a breakfast like this any better is to have your dog sitting next to you at Mobius Coffee House! They have an entire patio that is ready and waiting on you to come dine. It is the perfect spot to sit and enjoy the quiet of the moment before your day gets going. If breakfast isn't your thing, then you can come for brunch. Anytime that you want a good cup of coffee and a little bit of quiet, head on down to Mobius Coffee House in Brenham.
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    Population Density 5,114/sq mi

    #5 Park Place

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    Canine Station, also known as University Dog Park, is a fully fenced dog park in College Station, ,TX that is so much more than just a place to run and play. There is even a pond right in the middle so that both big dogs and little dogs have a place to splash and cool down in the Texas heat. You will find that there are plenty of benches in the shade for you to relax and watch your pup splash around. The double gate system helps to ensure that there are no accidental escapes. You will find everything that you will need here, so bring your dog by for an afternoon of off-leash fun.
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