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Dog Areas in Moody

5 Parks
9 Shops
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

Moody is just one of the many small communities that popped up along the railroad back in the 1800s. It was named in honor of Lt. Colonel William Moody, Sr., a Civil War general who served as Moody's railroad director after the war. The vast and untouched wilderness of the area attracted settlers. Today, Moody remains a close-knit, rural community that's the pawfect place to raise your furry family!

The Moody Train Depot highlights its time as a rail city. The actual museum has since been moved to Temple, TX, but the original building is still standing. To learn more about Moody's history as a key stop on the railroad, head into Temple to check out the museum.

For pet parents, Moody, Texas is an adventure waiting to happen. There are a few parks here to explore with your dog. There are also city events, like the Cotton Fest, where you can even bring your dog with you to enjoy live music, crafts, and quilting!

Moody's Iron Bridge Park is a wildlife conservation area with an iconic iron bridge and is also a great place to fish with your dog. As long as he is on a leash, Fido can stay and play with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Moody

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    Population Density 31/sq mi

    #1 Winkler Park Road

    You can bring your dog with you to camp, fish, or just to walk the trails at Winkler Park. There's plenty of catfish to be caught here, so bring your rod and reel and cast a few lines. Then, you can grill your catch right at your campsite! The downside of this park is that there is not much shade, which can be hard to deal with in the Texas sun. There are bathrooms with flushing toilets, but there are no sinks, so bring plenty of water for drinking and washing your hands. You do need to keep your pup on her leash while you are here as well.
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    Population Density 31/sq mi

    #2 Mother Neff State Park

    Mother Neff State Park in Moody offers a ton of outdoor activities for you and your dog! Like all state parks, you must keep your dog on their leash. Mother Neff State Park has over 200 acres to explore. Most of the trails are paved and marked, but there are a few chances to explore and discover new paths of your own. There are hot showers for campers and plenty of water fountains in the central areas, but you may want to bring water for your adventures. You will have so much to do that it is easy to spend the whole day here!
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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 522/sq mi

    #3 West

    If you go just eighteen miles into Temple, you will find Oak Tree Dog Park. This is a barktastic dog park with the amenities you'll need. There are two large spaces for dogs to play in -- one has agility equipment and the other has a doggie wading pool! Water stations are available in both areas, and doggie waste bags are also supplied. You will have to show proof of vaccines to play here. There is a yearly pass available, or you can pick up a guest pass at the front office. This is a great place to make new fur friends!
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    Population Density 522/sq mi

    #4 Lions Park

    Central Texas Bark Park, located in Temple, is a furrific way to introduce your pup to new canine friends. There's plenty of open space here for your pooch to run and play in off-leash. The park has a double-gate system so that you can be sure your fur-baby isn't going to slip out. The watering stations are clean, and the waste stations are well-stocked with bags, so all you have to bring is your buddy! The only rule is that you can't bring kids under ten in the dog park for safety reasons. Temple is about eighteen miles from Moody.
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    Population Density 860/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

    All of the outdoor seating is dog-friendly at Clem Mikeska BBQ, which is just where you are going to want to be on a chilly Texas night! The BBQ is homemade and is unique to Clem Mikeska -- good luck getting the recipe! If you're looking for the down-home, friendly atmosphere that's unique to Texas, you'll find it here. Please keep your dog on their leash while you eat. The staff also asks that you keep the leash tucked away so no one trips over it. Bring your pup's water dish with you so that you can keep her happy and hydrated.
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