Two off-leash dogs city parks offer dogs and their owners plenty of places to romp and play in Pearland, TX. Test your dog’s agility at the public agility course at Independence Dog Park. In addition to the course, the park offers fenced-in play areas for dogs and dog waste stations. Southdown Dog Park also has a fenced-in play area and dog waste stations. The city’s other parks permit pets, but they must be kept on leashes at all times when in those parks.
The King’s Beirgarten welcomes dogs on their outdoor, covered patio. Enjoy a meal of traditional German fare at the restaurant while your pooch relaxes at your feet.
Several motels in Pearland consider themselves to be pet-friendly. They are La Quinta Inn & Suites, Best Western, Candlewood Suites, and Sleep Inn & Suites. All of them require an extra fee for pets to stay, with the exception of La Quinta Inn & Suites. Guests can have up to two pets, with no size restrictions, for no additional fee and/or deposit.
When traveling around the Houston Metro area, be sure to stop by Pearland. The people there will welcome both you and your pets.
If you’re in Brookside Village and looking to burn off some of your dog’s energy, leash up and head to Corrigan Park, a local park popular with families and dogs alike. The park is small, but nestled in a densely populated residential area. It makes the most of its space by combining areas into multi-use spaces. There’s a picnic/playground area, a few sports fields, and a walking and jogging path that surrounds them all. The path forms an easy loop for laps. Just passing through? Head over to Best Western Pearland Inn where your dog can stay with you for a small fee.
Centennial Park in Central Pearland houses an off leash dog area inside of a park designed for the whole family. You have to go deep into the park to find the off leash area. If you don’t notice the sign, you’ll soon notice that doggie waste bags are on the fence. This park is large, but not for dogs who are shaky on coming when they’re called. The dog area is not fully fenced, so a skittish (or impishly mischievous) dog could run out of the dog area and into the rest of the park, and eventually, beyond it. Otherwise, this is a great place for experienced dogs who are pros at being off leash!