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Dog Areas in New Braunfels

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New Braunfels is a little Texas city that caters to good food and good times. The German heritage of the area is apparent to all who enter, as is the emphasis on outdoor recreation.

New Braunfels best space for off-leash play is the Puppy Playland Dog Park, located off of Landa Street. The park was created after a non-profit comprised of local citizens raised over $150,000 for the project. The park is now open from dawn until dusk every day. There are three sections – a large dog section (over 25 pounds), a small dog section (under 25 pounds), and an agility section. For owners, there are benches, water fountains, and three shaded pavilions.

New Braunfels has dozens of trails to hike with your four-legged friend. The Panther Canyon Nature Trail is perfect for a quick stroll through the wilderness. It is a 1.6-mile round trip. For something a little longer, try the Dry Cormal Nature Trail, which is a 2.25-mile loop.

Want to get together with other dog owners for a good cause? On-leash vaccinated dogs and their owners are welcome to participate in the annual Doggie Dash to raise money for the upkeep of the dog park. Following the race is live entertainment and visits from dog-friendly vendors.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Braunfels

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    Population Density 147/sq mi

    #1 Gruene


    If you’re looking for something off the beaten path in New Braunfels, head to Winery on the Gruene in the Gruene neighborhood. This winery offers a dog-friendly patio and over 30 kinds of wine and tasting menus that vary according to the year and season. Relax on the patio and enjoy views of the water and sample local favorites.  If you work up an appetite, head to nearby Adobe Verde for dog friendly dining. Adobe Verde offers made from scratch Mexican classics and some modern twists like vegetarian enchiladas.  Dogs are welcome at any of the outdoor tables. Water bowls are provided!

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,247/sq mi

    #2 Oak Run

    Longhorn Cafe in Oak Run lives up to its name. It serves classic Texas favorites and doesn’t spare the beef! This popular cafe is famous for hand-cut and battered onion rings, burgers, BBQ, and Texas-style chicken fried steak. Dogs are welcome on the outdoor patio, and water is provided. After a pawsome meal, leash up and walk to nearby Kerlick Park for an after-meal amble. This park is on-leash only, but still a convenient local place to stretch your legs and fight off a post-meal nap. Bring your own water bowl to cool off at the park.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 282/sq mi

    #3 State Loop

    This lovely neighborhood houses the 44 acre Camp Comol. Dogs have to be on leash, but this public park is large enough to make up for that. Walk the trails through the park, or watch a game on any of the several sports fields and lots. There’s a public restroom, picnic shade structures, and lots of open space for jogging or walking. When you’re hungry, head to New Braunfels Smokehouse for BBQ, Texas style whose outdoor, gazebo-protected seating welcomes dogs! If you’re craving something different, River Hofbrau also has outdoor, dog friendly seating and a wide menu, offering both BBQ favorites and lighter fare like grilled Alaskan salmon.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,214/sq mi

    #4 Thorn Hill


    New Braunfels Puppy Playground is a cute name for a great park. This park has it all: there are paths for walking, fully fenced in areas for small and large dogs, and a separate agility area for training and socializing shy dogs. Add in drinking fountains and kiddie pools accessible during the hotter months, and you have a place that dogs will love to visit again and again. New Braunfels Puppy Playground is the social heart of dog parks in the area. Any dog is guaranteed to feel like a puppy again when they’re off leash and surrounded by friends!

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    Population Density 2,528/sq mi

    #5 City Center

    You don’t have to leave City Center to take your dog on a great, relaxing walk. Landa Park is a gem in the heart of New Braunfels. You can feel like you’ve left the city without going too far thanks to the nature trail. Walk the riverside while enjoying the sights, smells, and sounds of the season. Your dog must be leashed, but has water access here that won’t stop him from splashing in to cool off. This 51-acre park is packed with multi-use spaces, from picnic areas to grassy glens, sports fields, and more. There’s enough to amuse even the pickiest pup without leaving City Center!
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