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Dog Areas in New Deal

New Deal is a small town located on the plains of the Llano Estacado, one of the largest mesas in North America. Just 12 miles north of Lubbock’s city center, residents of New Deal enjoy a quiet community with quick access to dining, shopping, entertainment, more than 30 veterinarians, and perhaps more importantly, furrific parks!

You and your furry friend will have a pawsome time visiting Lubbock’s Canyon Run Dog Park in Mackenzie Park, about 11 miles from New Deal. This fully fenced-in off-leash area has a 2.64-acre space for large dogs, and a separate 1.02-acre area for smaller pooches. Grab a spot on a bench beneath a shade tree and relax while Fido socializes and romps around the park! The park has doggie water fountains, cleanup stations, and restrooms, too.

Outside of the dog park, leash your pup and hop on the Mackenzie Park walking path! Follow it west and you and your pooch will find two more woofderful parks - Aztlan Park and Pallonttine Park! Aztlan Park has lots of open grass, a playground, while Pallonttine Park has room to romp and trees where you can chill with your dog.

With so many puptastic parks nearby, New Deal is pawsitively grrrreat!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Deal

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    Population Density 237/sq mi

    #1 Fm 1264/ Loop 289


    Get ready to watch your pup’s tail wag in Lubbock’s Fm 1264/ LOOP 289 neighborhood! About 11 miles from New Deal, this area’s Hodges Park is a favorite among locals for dog walking. Situated on the banks of Llano Estacado Lake, Hodges Park has woofderful paved walking trails where you and your leashed dog can stretch your legs as you stroll along the water. The park also has fishing and access for non-motorized boating, so you and Fido can enjoy some time paddling, too! This neighborhood is also home to the Lubbock Lake Landmark, a beautiful natural area that is part of Texas Tech University. You and your leashed dog will love the views on the 2.5-mile Landmark Nature Trail!

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    Population Density 4,039/sq mi

    #2 Arnett Benson


    Clip on your pup’s leash and get ready to visit some wide open spaces in Lubbock’s Arnett Benson neighborhood, about 12 miles from New Deal! Make Maedgen Park your first stop in this pawriffic residential area. Taking up an entire city block, Maedgen Park has a big grassy field where you and your furry pal can enjoy a walk together. Mature trees are scattered throughout the park and there’s a playground for kiddos, too. Pack a picnic and make use of the woofderful covered picnic tables. Just a couple blocks away, you and your dog can scope out even more grassy play space at Rogers Aztecas Park!

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    Population Density 3,198/sq mi

    #3 Slaton-Bean

    Looking for a quiet place to get some fresh air with Fido? Visit Lubbock’s Slaton-Bean neighborhood, about 12 miles from New Deal. This tranquil residential area’s Burns Park is a woofderful spot to explore with your pooch. There’s a big open lawn space where you two can frolic, trees, and a paved walking path. This pawsome park also has a covered picnic area where you and your pup can relax and share a snack. Kiddos love this park for its playground, plus there are benches, basketball and volleyball courts. Just a couple blocks to the west, you and Fido will find Mose Hood Park, another furrific neighborhood green space where leashed dogs are welcome.
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    Population Density 624/sq mi

    #4 Dunbar-Manhattan Heights


    Check out one of the area’s most scenic and fun places to spend time with your pooch in Lubbock’s Dunbar-Manhattan Heights neighborhood! About 13 miles from New Deal, this neighborhood’s Mae Simmons Park has hiking, fishing, and paddling access that will surely get your pup’s tail wagging. The 5.4-mile Mae Simmons Park Trail makes a loop near Dunbar Historical Lake. You and Fido will love strolling on this dirt, single-track trail that meanders through the peaceful, natural landscape and the views of the lake. Be sure to check out SUP Lubbock, a dog-friendly paddling board rental company in the neighborhood!

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