Millican, Texas is named after Robert Millican, the first white settler of the region that would come to be known as Brazos County. Unfortunately, there aren't any dog-friendly things to do in the immediate area. Fourteen miles northeast is College Station, where you'll find paw-lenty of dog-friendly fun!
University Park is a 4-acre, fenced-in, off-leash park with small and large dog areas. The park also features swimming ponds, an agility obstacle course, and wash and hydration stations. The other option for letting Fido run is Lick Creek Park. Your pup can play leash-free at this 51.5-acre park as long as he is under voice control. Within the park, there are 3.5 miles of trails to check out!
If you’re in the mood for some fresh coffee, check out 1514 Pastries and Coffee! This local spot makes traditional coffeehouse drinks and everything from baked turnovers to cream puffs. They have a gazebo outside that is pawfect for the entire family (furry members included)!
New Republic Brewing is a local brewery known for their interesting beers such as the "Dammit Jim!", Texas Amber, and "Whipsaw" Double IPA. Dogs are allowed indoors and in the outdoor beer garden as long as they stay leashed. Food trucks are a regular feature, but make sure to check out their Facebook page for events like comedy night!
Millican doesn't have many dog-friendly amenities, but you'll find lots of furrific things to do and see just a short drive away!
Pebble Creek is a very tight-knit, family-friendly community that is easily accessible from the Earl Rudder Freeway and the William D. Fitch Parkway. Nearby Lick Creek Park is a great option where you can take your on-leash, four-legged fur baby to get some exercise and healthy doses of vitamin D! The park itself rests on 515 acres and offers opportunities to do some bird watching, nature studies, horseback riding, and bicycling. The smaller Pebble Creek and St. Andrews Park also gives people and their leashed pooches the option to utilize their amenities and walking paths to get some fresh air!
This easily accessible neighborhood provides easy access to the Southwest Parkway, Texas Avenue, and plenty of shopping! Lemontree Park is a tastily-named space where you can bring your on-leash pup to enjoy their 15.4 acres of basketball courts, lighted ball fields, playgrounds, picnic areas and exercise trails. Adjoining Bee Creek Park connects to Lemontree Park and offers 43.5 acres of tennis courts, swimming pools, softball fields, volleyball pits, and concession areas that leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy with their parents. Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is a local eatery that encourages furry friends to accompany human companions on their outside terrace.