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Dog Areas in Magnolia, TX

6 Parks
1 Trail
20 Shops
20 Eateries
17 Groomers

Magnolia, Texas is a city with roots that reach all the way back to the early 1900s, when the South wasn't tame and the West was still wild. Cultured canines will love the fact that Magnolia has preserved many of its important historical and cultural buildings. In fact, the original train depot has been modernized without sacrificing its integrity.

Magnolia isn't just a place for history lovers, though -- it's a peaceful place full of green spaces where you can walk your dogs! Perhaps that's why it's such a popular tourist destination, pawticularly with pet owners. There's even a veterinary clinic right in town, with 24-hour care available just a short drive away.

Unity Park is a thirty-acre community park that doubles as a wildlife preserve. This is a pawesome place for you and your dog to come and walk while enjoying the natural beauty of the area. Besides being the perfect place for a day outing, it is also a highly desired event destination. As long as your pup is on a leash, he will have a blast here!

The Stroll is a paved walking trail that begins in the heart of the city. Everyone will enjoy walking here, especially the furry family members!

You and your pup will go mutts for everything Magnolia has to offer!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Magnolia, TX

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 452/sq mi

    #1 Greenfield Forest Drive

    48
    We love food trucks! If you do too, then you should check out Deacon Baldy's Bar and Food Trucks. Here's why: you can enjoy all kinds of different cuisines set around a bar! What could pawssibly be better than that? You and your dog can come and grab a fresh brew and then wander through a selection of food trucks until you find whatever it is you're craving. This unique bar has outdoor tables set up so you can sit and eat if you want. The best part? This award-winning spot is open every day of the week! Grab a leash and head on down!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 452/sq mi

    #2 Egypt

    36
    GenuWine Tasting Room is open Tuesday through Saturday and invites you to enjoy boutique wine and craft beer. They have a bistro-style menu that features sandwiches, soups, and assorted cheeses. All of the outdoor seating is pet-friendly as long as your dog is well-behaved and on a leash. This is the pawfect place to come and enjoy a night out with friends -- both human and canine! You will love the wide selection of dishes and beverages, and the atmosphere is friendly and upbeat. This is a local hotspot, so outdoor tables fill up fast -- you might want to call ahead to make sure there's space available.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,246/sq mi

    #3 Stonebridge Ranch Estates

    24
    Burroughs Park in Tomball has a pretty barktastic dog park that you and your dog will absolutely love! It is about a twenty-mile drive to get to this six-acre dog park, but it is well worth the trip. Two areas in the dog park are sectioned off so that the little dogs can play safely. There are water stations that even have a concrete basin and shower so that you can give your dog a rinse before heading home. There are wooded trails that you and your dog can explore as well, as long as he's on-leash. This 320-acre park has other amenities, including sports fields, a playground, and a pond.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,745/sq mi

    #4 Cochran's Crossing

    12
    Cattail Dog Park in The Woodlands is about twenty miles from Magnolia. This is an off-leash dog park where you and your dog can play the day away. You will find lots of shaded areas to get out of the hot Texas sun as well pools and doggie showers. Both the small and large dog areas have water stations. The trash cans are stocked with doggie waste bags so that you can clean up after your dog. This is a furrific park that has everything you and Fido could want or need! The only downside is that parking can be kinda difficult to find.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,745/sq mi

    #5 Terramont

    0
    If you're looking for a simple dog park where you and your dog can focus more on socializing than anything else, then Terramont Dog Park is the place to go! This is a smaller dog park that features lots of shaded seating areas so you can sit and watch your pup play and enjoy chatting with other fur parents. Both the large and the small dog areas have water stations for you to use. There are doggie waste bags located next to the trash cans as well. This park is just a hop and a skip away from Cattail Park, so if you have a hyper hound, why not explore both?
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