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Dog Areas in Maxwell

1 Park
20 Shops
15 Eateries

Maxwell, Texas, like many small towns, is set around the railroad. It is a beautiful and scenic area where you will feel right at home as you walk down the street with your dog. The social life of the community is centered around its love of music. You can find old-fashioned dance halls here, as well as outdoor concerts that you can even bring your dog to. The town center is designed to be a place to gather. You'll often find people congregating with their dogs and kids. It is a small town, but it does have one park set up for ball games. The Gary Sports Complex is one place where you can bring your dog, as long as he is on a leash, and let him watch as you and your family play.

About fifteen miles from Maxwell, in Lockhart, is Lockhart State Park. You can come here to get away from it all. If you want to do a digital detox, this place is perfect. There are many walking trails where you can walk and enjoy the beautiful scenery. You'll need to keep Fido on a leash, and don't forget to bring doggie waste bags with you to keep the park tidy for everyone.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Maxwell

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 922/sq mi

    #1 Main Street

    48
    There is nothing better than some good ol' fashioned Southern barbecue. Everyone knows that the flavor of the barbecue depends on the region and the cook, which is why you should bring your dog on over to Black's Barbeque. Not only is the sausage handmade, but the signature sauces make the food even more finger-lickin' good. The outdoor seating is plentiful and shaded so you can escape the hot Texas sun. Grab a chopped BBQ sandwich and a glass of sweet tea -- your taste buds will thank you! You will want to bring your dog a water dish. Lockhart is about fifteen minutes from Maxwell.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 387/sq mi

    #2 Hopkins Street

    36
    San Marcos Dog Park is located just twelve miles from Maxwell. This off-leash park is fully fenced so you won't have to worry about your little escape artist trying to get away. The park provides visitors with both doggie waste bags and water. There are regulars that come here often, so you and Fido will always have someone friendly to play with! Pet parents can rest up on the benches while they watch their pooches play. The downside is that there isn't any grass, so it does tend to get a little muddy. The scenery isn't great, but it does have ample room for your dog to run, which is what really matters!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 387/sq mi

    #3 Charles Austin Dr

    24
    Even if your Fido hasn't been on his best behavior lately, you should still treat him to a barktastic adventure neither of you will ever furget! You will have to make a twelve-mile trip to San Marcos, but the fun adventures you'll have here will make the trip well worth it. Lions Tube Rental allows you to bring your dog tubing down the Guadalupe River with you! Then, at the end, you can just hop in a taxi and get a ride back to your vehicle. This is such a fun adventure for you and your dog! You can even get a doggie life vest in the store. While you are here, you will need a leash; most taxis won't let you in without one.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 387/sq mi

    #4 Downtown San Marcos

    12
    Rio Vista Park in San Marcos has an off-leash dog wading area! The area isn't fenced, and there's a problem with dogs running off here, so make sure that your dog is well-behaved and responds to voice commands. Leashes are required out of the water. There's plenty of room for you and your pooch to play in the water, though! You are required to clean up after your dog, so make sure that you have plenty of doggie waste bags on hand to do so. Don't forget to bring drinking water as well, since there isn't any here. As long as you and your furry friend follow the rules, you'll have a pawesome time at this park!
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 297/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Buda

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    Buda, Texas is just a twenty-mile trip from Maxwell. Although it's a little further afield than the previous parks, Stagecoach Park is a one-of-a-kind doggie paw-adise! This park has fifty acres of nature to explore. From the amphitheater to the trails, there is so much to do and see that you will be glad you made the trip! There are restrooms throughout the park; just bring a water dish for your dog. You will have to clean up after your dog, so bring plenty of doggie waste bags. Please remember that your pooch is required to wear a leash in the park.
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