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Dog Areas in Missouri City

25 Parks
7 Shops
15 Eateries
13 Groomers

Missouri City has always been one of Texas’s innovative places. It was the home of the first rail line established in Texas. Today, Missouri City residents enjoy plenty of amenities. No residents are happier than the dogs of Missouri City, either! With nine veterinary clinics and hospitals in Missouri City, canines are treated like kings. Nowhere is that more true than Red Oak Grill, where your dog can join you on the patio while you enjoy fantastic mediterranean inspired burgers and more!

If you’re looking for fun for the whole family, try Community Park. This Missouri City classic features a gorgeous lake, BBQ areas, a playground, and jogging trails that are sure to make your pup’s day. If you’d rather get away from the crowds, Buffalo Run Park features more atmospheric nature. Walk the trails to get away from it all, or let your dog’s nose lead you through the fishing piers and around the park’s four lakes. Bring your own water!

If your stay in Missouri City includes a night in a hotel, try Summer Hill Inn & Suites for a good night’s sleep with no pet fee. Wake up at the bark of dawn for more Missouri City exploration!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Missouri City

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    Population Density 1,990/sq mi

    #1 Lake Shore Harbour


    The Lake Shore Harbour neighborhood in Missouri City is home to Kitty Hollow Park. Despite the name, dogs love it here! There’s lots to recommend it, but no picnic area or grassy trail can outshine the off leash dog park! The park is divided into large and small dogs size, and both sets of pups get lots of room to play in! The dog park is typically busy, so social dogs will have a blast romping and playing! Both sides include a pond for cooling down in the summer. Trash cans and supplied doggy bags help keep this park clean and pupular!

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    Population Density 2,016/sq mi

    #2 Midtown Market

    Ridgeview Park is a great space to walk your dog. It’s squeezed nicely into a neighborhood that borders commercial areas, but still has a largely residential population. There’s a playground, and a walking path that circles it. You can take your pup to the trails and walk briskly to get in an early morning workout, or you can amble through in the evening before calling it a night. You can also lounge on the grassy meadow. You’ll want to bring your own doggie bags and water bowl so your pup can fuel up at the fountains. Dogs have to be on leash in Ridgeview Park.
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    Population Density 1,827/sq mi

    #3 The Township

    Mosley Park in The Township is a simple park. It has green space where your leashed dog can lounge in the grass or explore the field with you. It’s a great place to work up an appetite, because The Township is chock full of great, dog-friendly dining! Taco Cabana lets you try casual Mexican food with the bite of authenticity! Your dog can join you on the patio. You can also go just down the block to Pepperoni’s for pizza your way, from gluten-free to Texas flair. When you’re ready for dessert, Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt has dog-friendly outdoor tables and a huge variety of sweet, frozen delights.
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    Population Density 3,242/sq mi

    #4 Meadowcreek


    Independence Park in Meadowcreek is a fantastic place to wander with your dog. There’s access to a lake, making this the perfect place to beat the heat, and a short walking trail that loops the park. The views over the water are particularly great at sunset, and the park’s lighting allows it to stay open after dusk most of the year. Your dog has to be leashed, but with so many things for people to do and places for your pup to explore, that won’t even bother him. Bring your own water bowl so your dog can take advantage of the fountains.

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    Population Density 2,016/sq mi

    #5 Lexington Point


    Lexington Point’s American Legion Park is the best park in the neighborhood to visit with your dog. Pups have to be on leash, but it’s still a great place. There’s a jogging path that circles a lake, providing amazing views for your daily run or walk. Dogs can also enjoy the grassy fields and picnic areas that the park is known for. If you’re used to having to hustle to keep your pup happy, this is an easy place to work up a sweat and tire out your dog. There are fountains, but dogs will be too short to drink without a doggie bowl to bring water to their level!

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