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Dog Areas in Reese Center

Reese Center is a quiet community situated on the wide open plains of west Texas, about a mile from the outskirts of Lubbock. Residents of this rural area enjoy a peaceful day-to-day life with easy access to Lubbock’s modern conveniences that includes more than 30 veterinary clinics!

Barbara Hinajosa Park is another pawsome Lubbock amenity that Reese Center pups and people can enjoy together, and it’s only two miles down the road! You and your leashed dog will love visiting this furrific community green space. There is plenty of room to walk or play, plus benches where you can relax, a playground, volleyball and basketball courts. Barbara Hinajosa Park is also a woofderful spot for a picnic, as there’s a large pavilion with tables, too!

For a fur-iendly eatery in the area, check out Twisted Root Burger Company! Grab a table on the patio with Fido at this restaurant that serves up savory burgers with all kinds of flavor twists.

If you need a pet-friendly hotel near Reese Center, La Quinta Inn and Suites Lubbock North has clean and cozy rooms where you and Fido can curl up for the night.

Whether you and your pup are residents of this quaint community, or you’re just passing through, you’ll have lots of furrific things to see and do near Reese Center! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Reese Center

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    Population Density 3,833/sq mi

    #1 Northridge


    Lace up your sneakers and leash up your pooch for a visit to Lubbock’s Northridge neighborhood! Just six miles from Reese Center, this neighborhood’s Alex and Verna Cooke Park is a pawsitively furrific place to stroll with your dog! You and your furry friend will love making a few laps on the park's .37-mile paved path that loops around the perimeter. In the center of the park, there’s a playground where kiddos can get some exercise, too! There’s also a covered picnic area and benches. Nearby, you and your pooch can enjoy a bite to eat at Taphouse 16 where there are pet-friendly tables outside.

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    Population Density 2,701/sq mi

    #2 4th and Frankford


    You and your furry friend will have a ball discovering the pawsome parks in Lubbock’s 4thand Frankford neighborhood, about six miles from Reese Center! The neighborhood’s largest park, Lopez Park, is a green space with lots of grass where you and your leashed pooch can romp. The park’s open field is a furrific spot for playtime, training or to spread out a blanket and soak up some rays. The park also has a paved walking path around the perimeter with a few trees and shrubs along the way. Kids will love exploring the playground, and there’s also a picnic pavilion. Just a couple blocks away, you and Fido will find more fun at West Wind Park.

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    Population Density 1,468/sq mi

    #3 West End Place


    Check out two of Lubbock’s puptacular parks in the West End Place neighborhood, about six miles from Reese Center! McAlister Park is a big open green space where leashed dogs are welcome. You and Fido can stretch your legs in the open grassy area and there’s also a quiet pond that adds to the relaxing ambiance. Just a few blocks away, you and your pup can also visit Dr. Armando Duran Park! There’s a paved walking path, grass, trees, a playground and a picnic pavilion. After your jaunt, reward yourself with a visit to Crave, a dessert bar where pups are welcome on the patio.

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    Population Density 3,753/sq mi

    #4 15th


    You’ll find a dog walker’s delight in Lubbock’s 15thneighborhood! About eight miles from Reese Center, this neighborhood is home to the Frank Higinbotham Park, a woofderful place to exercise with your leashed pup! This large park’s .7-mile pathway is a pawpular spot for walkers and joggers. The walkway winds around the perimeter of the park, weaving in and out of trees and taking your and your pooch next to a big, sparkling pond with statuesque cypress trees growing in it. It’s a great place for bird watching, too! There are doggie waste cleanup stations along the path, a basketball court, a playground, and tons of open grass at this pawsome park.

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    Population Density 3,171/sq mi

    #5 Bowie


    There’s a pawsitively lovely park just eight miles from Reese Center in Lubbock’s Bowie neighborhood! George Mahon Park is a large community green space with tons of room to take your leashed pooch for a jaunt! This beautiful grassy park has lots of mature trees where you and your pup can chill out in the shade, plus tennis, basketball and volleyball courts! There’s also a large playground where children can frolic, and picnic tables dispersed throughout the park. If you and your furry friend need a place to stay, this neighborhood’s WoodSpring Suites Lubbock West has clean and cozy pet-friendly rooms!

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