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Dog Areas in Marshall, TX

8 Parks
11 Shops
4 Eateries
4 Groomers

Marshall is a bustling small town on the east side of Texas, made popular by its connection to 4 major highways. The city is known for a lot of things, like "Wonderland of Lights", the largest light festival in the country, and as the "Pottery Capital of the World", thanks to its large manufacturing industry in pottery products. The town has plenty of other nicknames, but what you'll know it as is a dog-friendly community, known for its love and open parks for pups and humans.

City Park is the featured park of the city, with the most visitors of any other park in the city. The city-center park is pretty busy, thanks to its available features like its grassy open space, fenced-in baseball field, playground, paved trails, shaded sitting areas, and picnic spots. The park is also dog-friendly, but dogs do have to remain on a leash. Be sure to enjoy amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, a gazebo, benches, and trash bins.

The Oak Trail Park is the largest park in the city, although its a more natural park that's completely covered in trees. There are forested trails, with paved walkways that connect to features like a picnic pavilion, playgrounds, and restrooms. Dogs can play in the developed area on a leash but are allowed to explore the 2 miles of trails inside the park off their leash. 

Whatever you decide to call the city of Marshall, you'll never forget the love and care the city puts into taking care of its four-legged residents, and the 4 animal hospitals the city provides.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Marshall, TX

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    Population Density 827/sq mi

    #1 Central Marshal

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    Central Marshal is a bustling community in the center of the city, with a shopping district and packed residential homes. Surrounded by homes is Wyatt Park, a small open park mixed with open fields and dense forests. With area to run and play in, and places to sit in the shade, the park is pretty popular among humans and pups. Additionally, park goers can enjoy water fountains, trash bins, a playground, a basketball court, and picnic tables. The Maverick Baseball Field is another dog-friendly park to bring your pup, which houses multiple recreational fields. With a fenced-in baseball field, enclosed tennis courts, and restrooms, dogs can run and play around the area while on a leash. There are water fountains, picnic tables, a playground, and paved trails also in the park.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 271/sq mi

    #2 Woodlawn

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    Woodlawn is a quiet community on the north side of the city, filled with residential homes and dense areas of trees. Some of those areas of trees are taken by Miller Park, where there's a natural area to take your pup. The park has open areas and thick woods, with dirt trails, a basketball court, and a playground to play in. Although pups do not have to be on a leash inside the park, you will need to remember to bring water and clean-up bags. Lions Park is another dog-friendly park that holds a few extra amenities inside the open space. Among the shaded sitting areas and open space, there's also a playground, a gazebo, benches, and picnic tables. Dogs do have to be on a leash inside this park.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 736/sq mi

    #3 Wiley College

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    Wiley College is a small community known for the college that's in the center of it, and is also occupied by residential homes and apartments. Most residents head to Spring Street Park to walk their pup, thanks to its grassy open area and available features. There's a fenced-in baseball field, a playground, a basketball court, a gazebo, water fountains, benches, and a picnic pavilion. Dogs do have to be on a leash insde the park, but they don't have to be on a leash in the unnamed park on Houston Street. The park has no name, but is completely fenced-in and has over 8 acres of open space. Recreational fields make up the park, like a soccer field, a baseball field, a basketball court, and a track to run on. There's also a paved path, a playground, a pavilion, water fountains, benches, and trash bins available.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 179/sq mi

    #4 Hallsville

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    Hallsville is a friendly town with no neighborhoods inside the town, 9.8 miles west of the city of Marshall. Although the city is as small, it still gets plenty of visitors thanks to the Hallsville City Park. The park is in the center of town, within walking distance of the city's shopping and retail area, and provides a great open space to play in. With grassy terrain and trees for shade, the park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and provides a paved trail that encircles the park, with a basketball court, tennis court, a playground, and a gazebo. Additional features include water fountains, benches, picnic tables, and trash bins.
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    Population Density 0/sq mi

    #5 Caddo Lake State Park

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    The Caddo Lake State Park is a neighborhood completely taken up by the state park in it, which is 11.3 miles northeast of Marshall. Despite the distance, the park is worth travelling to thanks to the over-100-acres of land available to explore. With a system of trails that wind through the park, pups and humans will find plenty of room to explore and play. Dogs do have to be on a leash 6 feet or shorter at the park, but can enjoy a swimming area along the Big Cypress Bayou, boating and fishing areas, natural viewing, and camping. Campsites are dog-friendly as well, but will require you to bring water and clean-up bags for your pup.
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