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Dog Areas in Rowlett

13 Parks
1 Trail
4 Shops
10 Eateries
10 Groomers

Rowlett, a close-knit suburb located just 20 minutes northeast of Dallas, was named one of the ‘Best Places to Live’ by Money Magazine, and was ranked one of the safest places to live in Texas. Known for its lakeside living, affordable housing and outdoor recreation along its 30 miles of shoreline, Rowlett offers 8 veterinarian clinics for peace of mind and plenty of activities to keep humans and dogs happily entertained.

Visit Herfurth Park for a stroll with your pup along its paved paths. The park also offers inline skating, tennis courts, and picnic areas where restrooms and water are available.  For some off-leash fun, visit Herfurth’s new dog park, opening in March 2018. This 1 ½ acre dog park is complete with two separate areas for large and small pups.

Hungry?  Visit some of Rowlett’s dog-friendly restaurants. Build your own pizza at Palio’s Pizza Café, or enjoy a taco at Alejandro’s Grill & Cantina where your pup is always welcome on their outside patios.  And as evidence of the city’s love of dogs, their soon-to-be-adopted pets get to visit the city offices for some one-on-one socializing, and city council meetings feature a fur-ever friend to adopt – now that’s doggy dedication!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rowlett

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,133/sq mi

    #1 Williams St/ Ole West Ln

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    Located 3.4 miles east of Rowlett and across Lake Ray Hubbard, you will find the Williams Street neighborhood in nearby Rockwall, home to the Harry Meyers Dog Park inside the Harry Meyers Park. The large park offers natural open space, trails, ponds and a swimming pool. Your pup may be most interested in the dog park which has two fenced, off-leash play areas for large and small pups, grass for dogs to play on, benches to relax, and common drinking areas with water for all. With extended hours for early risers and night owls, head on out for fun with your pup at this pawtastic area!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,400/sq mi

    #2 Merritt Rd/ Castle Dr

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    Merritt is home to the beautiful Lakes of Springfield Park, where dogs are welcome on-leash for some hiking fun at its two area lakes, 1.7 miles of trails, and 117 acres of land. Bring a backpack with water and doggie waste bags to keep the park clean. There is also a disc golf course where your pup can tag along while you throw your flying disc into its target basket and score the winning point. Celebrate your exciting day with a visit to Pancho’s and Lefty’s restaurant, just down the road, for some outdoor Tex-Mex patio dining with your dog!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,882/sq mi

    #3 Liberty Grove

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    Located in the northern part of Rowlett, the Liberty Grove neighborhood offers lots of dog friendly, on-leash parks. Bring snacks, water and clean up bags while visiting Twin Star and Waterview Park to enjoy strolling trails and picnic areas. Or plan a day’s outing in Rowlett Community Park, featuring 137 expansive acres where you can bike with your pup, get fit in their dedicated workout areas, or fish in their stocked pond while Fido cools himself off. Or join their cardboard boat regattas for some side-splitting fun. Grab a bite after with your pup at McAllister’s Deli for a sandwich in the sun!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,110/sq mi

    #4 Rowlett City Center

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    Nature lover? Rowlett’s City Center is home to the Rowlett Nature Trail, where there are 1.3 miles of hiking trails that meander amongst its 66 acres of trees. If your furrever friend needs to cool off, he is welcome to romp in the beautiful lakes and ponds which run alongside the walking paths. Or venture to Katy Railroad Park for a shorter stroll on their paved walkways. After your hike, how about heading over to Bahama Bucks for a frozen treat? Your pet is welcome on their outdoor patio to enjoy a pawtastic treat for being such a good doggie!

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,653/sq mi

    #5 Dalrock

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    Paddle Point Park offers the 6.4-mile Paddling Trail on the waters of beautiful Lake Ray Hubbard. Take your furrific friend as dogs are welcome to spend the day with you kayaking or canoeing. You can bring your own or rent one on site. Grab your fishing pole and throw a line in to practice your casting skills while exploring this beautiful tree-lined lake where shade is plentiful.  Be sure to bring plenty of water, clean up bags, and your camera for pics of the pup and local wildlife.  Now that’s the way to unwind during those dog days of summer!

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