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Dog Areas in Manor

Just 12 miles northeast of Austin is the town of Manor, Texas. Manor is a quickly growing suburb with a population of more than 8,000. There's a great emphasis on enjoying the outdoors in Manor, and the many parks and green spaces here encourage being outside. The warm Texas climate doesn't hurt, either! Hollywood has taken note of the beautiful outdoor spaces in Manor and has made it the prime filming location for many big movies, including What's Eating Gilbert Grape. There's an excellent veterinary hospital in Manor, and when you branch out a little bit further into other areas of Texas, there are countless other vets to keep your pets healthy.

While Manor doesn't have any designated off-leash dog parks, there are plenty of places you can bring your dog along with you as long as they remain on a leash. One of these places is Jennie Lane Park, which is a community hot-spot in downtown Manor. There are plenty of events that take place here, including a farmer's market, summertime movies, and Christmas activities. There is outdoor exercise equipment, gazebos, and even WiFi at this park, and you and your dog are sure to have a great time here, just as you are in the rest of Manor.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Manor

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    Population Density 4,646/sq mi

    #1 Harris Ridge

    Fifteen minutes from Manor is the town of Pflugerville, Texas, home to the Harris Ridge Dog Park. Visitors love this spacious park that has different sections for big and small dogs to play together safely. The hilly terrain in the park is perfect for tiring out energetic doggos, and multi-tiered water fountains are available for all sizes of thirsty dogs. There are tons of trees within the park that provide shade on hot days, as well as water fountains and clean-up supplies for dog waste to keep the park in tip-top shape. As an added bonus, the Harris Ridge Dog Park also has obstacles and agility equipment for extra fun.
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    Population Density 1,074/sq mi

    #2 West

    The West Austin Dog Park is just a little more than a 20-minute drive from Manor. This park is right next to downtown Austin, and it's a popular social spot for not only dogs, but for their owners to socialize as well. The West Austin Park that houses the dog park also features sports fields, picnic shelters, basketball and tennis courts, and a wading pool. Your dog can sniff around the rest of the park with you, but they must be on a leash unless they're in the designated off-leash area. The dog park has several structures of different heights that dogs love to jump on and off of, and there's a hose for giving your dog a drink or rinsing them off at the end of your visit.
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    Population Density 1,423/sq mi

    #3 Falcon Pointe

    Another great dog park in Texas is the Pflugerville Bark Park, and it's only a 13-minute drive from Manor. This park is also referred to as the Falcon Pointe Bark Park, and it has two separate sections for different sizes of dogs. The 2.5-acre park has boulders scattered throughout with built-in seating, and there is also a watering area to keep your pup hydrated. The larger park that surrounds the bark park has miles of trails to walk, bike racks, picnic tables, and even a splash pad that's a blast in the summer. You'll love seeing all of the native plants in the area, and Fido will love sniffing them!
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    Population Density 5,240/sq mi

    #4 Lake Creek Park

    Known for its great outdoor activities and historic sites, Round Rock, Texas is sure to have a good dog park too, right? Absolutely! The Round Rock Dog Depot Dog Park at Lake Creek Park is a 23-minute drive from Manor, and this 1.85-acre park has plenty to offer. There are three separate sections in the park: one for dogs under 40 pounds, another for big dogs, and a third rotation area to allow the grass to regrow. The Dog Depot has fresh water, covered seating, and waste bags for your convenience. And if an open space to run free isn't enough fun, there is also agility equipment at this dog park!
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    Population Density 9,695/sq mi

    #5 Travis Heights

    Manor's proximity to Austin comes in handy yet again when it comes to visiting the Norwood Estates Dog Park! It's only a 17-minute drive from Manor, and it's part of the great Town Lake Trail. The off-leash area within the park has a small dog section, a large dog section, and a section for all dogs to play together. Volunteers maintain the park and visitors love how clean and tidy it is, because we all know a clean park makes for an enjoyable visit! There's mulch on the ground at this park, and there is also seating and water available as well.
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