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Dog Areas in Porter

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Just a 30-minute drive north from Houston, you and your pooch will feel a world away in Porter! Locals enjoy a slower pace of life with the conveniences of the greater Houston area just a short drive away. In the event that your dog needs medical attention, Porter has three veterinary clinics to take care of your furry friend!

The Cumberland Crossing Park is a pawpular place for leashed walks with pups. This beautiful park is located within a newly developed subdivision. It has an open grassy area, a playground and a pawesome picnic area beneath the shade of a few large trees. Take a stroll with your dog through the park or through the pleasant residential streets.

Porter is known for its abundance of RV parks. With warm weather most of the year and close proximity to golf courses, museums, shopping and other big city amenities, retirees and vacationers frequent the area. If you’re one such RV enthusiast and you’ve got Fido in tow, the RV Park of Kingwood is for you! Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners for no additional fee!

For fur-iendly eats in Porter, check out Pueblo Viejo Porter! Your leashed pooch can join you on the sizeable pet-friendly patio while you chow down on some delicious Mexican food.

With all there is to see and sniff around this town, pups and their people love Porter!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Porter

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    Population Density 808/sq mi

    #1 East New Caney

    You and your furry friend can have a woofderful outdoor adventure, only seven miles from Porter in New Caney! Load up your pup and head to the East New Caney neighborhood’s Lake Houston Wilderness Park. Leashed dogs are welcome everywhere in this 4,786-acre park except in buildings, so there’s tons of room for fun! There are nearly 12 miles of hiking and biking trails where you and your pooch can frolic. For a short jaunt, check out the half-mile Magnolia Trail. If you and your pup want a longer adventure, hit the 3.8-mile AmeriTrail that meanders next to the scenic slow-moving waters of Peach Creek. There are quiet sandy beaches along the creek, too, where you and Fido can wade in and cool off. Canoers and kayakers are also welcome to paddle the creek with their pups!
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    Population Density 1,547/sq mi

    #2 Kings Manor

    Does your pooch have energy to burn? Travel about 10 miles from Porter to Kingwood’s Kings Manor neighborhood for some off-leash fun! With two fully fenced-in acres, the Kingwood Dog Park has plenty of room for your furry friend to exercise and explore. For a fun challenge, engage your pooch with the park’s agility equipment. The park also has a short walking trail, tons of shady trees and plastic swimming pools for pups on those warm Texas days. There is a separate fenced-in yard for smaller dogs, plus a seating area where humans can hang out while their pups play. While Kingwood Dog Park is free to use, you must register your dog at Kingwood Kennels located next door before entering. Be sure to bring proof of your pooch’s vaccination and spay/neutered status.
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    Population Density 2,107/sq mi

    #3 Kings Forest

    Looking for a furrific place to walk with your pooch? Head to Kingwood’s Kings Forest neighborhood, about 10 miles from Porter. This area encompasses a huge section of the 75-mile greenbelt trail system that networks through Kingwood. The paved multiuse trail meanders through stands of tall trees and lush vegetation and has benches along the way. It’s truly a woofderful place to walk with your leashed pup and see this beautiful neighborhood. Be sure to explore the stretch of trail near the end of Maple Park Drive in Bear Branch Village – it winds through the scenic 50-acre Creekwood Nature Area! There will be lots of tail wagging as you and your pup wander through this quiet undeveloped forest.
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    Population Density 774/sq mi

    #4 Woodland Pines

    Head to Humble’s Woodland Pines neighborhood to visit a pawsome Park! Just 10 miles from Porter, this area’s Schott Park is absolutely furrific. Twenty-four acres with tons of lush grass and plenty of trees make this park an inviting spot for exercising or a picnic with your leashed pooch. A 1.75-mile trail winds through the park that is perfect for dog walking. You and your pup will love stretching your legs while you take in the sights of this serene park. Schott Park also has covered picnic tables, restrooms, a basketball court, a playground and even a fitness course! Be sure to bring water for you and your pup.
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    Population Density 1,307/sq mi

    #5 Atascocita Acres

    Woofderful family fun awaits you, your pup and the rest of your pack in Humble’s Atascocita Acres neighborhood! About 13 miles from Porter, this neighborhood is home to the Lindsay/Lyons Park and Sports Complex, a 136-acre outdoor space with tons of things to do! While you and your leashed pup explore the paved walking trail that runs through the park, kiddos will enjoy two playgrounds and athletic fields. There are also woofderful picnic facilities with barbecue grills and pavilions offering respite from the hot Texas sun. Mature trees scattered around the park also offer nice shady spots to relax in. There are restrooms and drinking fountains for humans.
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