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Dog Areas in Saginaw, TX

Saginaw is an inner suburb of Fort Worth, Texas with a population of almost 20,000. With over two dozen vet clinics scattered within ten miles of city limits and close proximity to to Texas’s fifth-largest city, Saginaw always has fun activities available for pups and their parents.

Some of the most popular local amenities are dog parks. Just a ten-mile drive from Saginaw is Gateway Ball Dog Park. This top-rated off-leash park in Haltom City has separate areas for large and small dogs and lots of drinking water available (which comes in handy during those hot Texas afternoons). Or, if you’re feeling up for the big city, drive just twenty minutes out to Fort Worth and visit ZBonz Dog Park. Complete with agility obstacles and two aerated ponds, this ten-acre play area is doggy heaven.  

Within three miles of Saginaw limits are several pup-friendly restaurants. If you’re looking for something quick and casual, swing by Sonic Drive-In, McAlister’s Deli, Starbucks, or In-N-Out Burger. For a more local feel, consider La Madeleine Country French Cafe or Old Chicago Pizza and Taproom.

Tucked quietly in Tarrant County, this small city of just eight square miles has, surprisingly, lots to offer both man and man’s best friend.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Saginaw, TX

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    Population Density 975/sq mi

    #1 Central Saginaw


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is home to the Willow Creek Park, which is a great place for you and your pooch to get in some exercise or just have a relaxing day. The park is an off-leash dog park which provides waste disposal stations for you to clean up after your pooch. There’s a great walking trail here, which is mainly dirt and grass, for you to explore with your best fur-iend. You’ll also find two large, grassy areas separated based on dog size. This is a great place for your pup to socialize or just run around and play ball with you. Don’t forget to bring your own drinking water, since it’s not provided here.

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    Population Density 2,819/sq mi

    #2 Arc


    You’ll find a pawesome dog park just 8 miles southeast of Saginaw, in Fort Worth. The puntastic Fort Woof Dog Park is a large, fenced-in dog park that has two separate areas: one for smaller dogs and one for larger dogs. There is an obstacle course for your pooch to play on while you sit on the benches. Shade trees will give you both a break from the notorious Texan sun. The park also provides water spigots for when your pooch gets thirsty. If you want to enjoy a relaxing day at a great park, grab your pup’s favorite toy as well as some supplies for cleaning up after your pal.

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    Population Density 1,258/sq mi

    #3 Southlake City Center

    This neighborhood is located about 25 miles northeast of Saginaw, Texas. The main attraction in this neighborhood is the Southlake Dog Park at Bob Jones Park. This off-leash dog park sits right next to several acres of wooded area, and is separated into two designated spots for large and small dogs. The park provides water for your pooch as well as plenty of shade. However, you will want to bring your own supplies to clean up after your fur baby. Something to keep in mind is this is not a grass park; it is covered with mulch and gravel.
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    Population Density 3,724/sq mi

    #4 Southeast Arlington

    Just 23 miles southeast of Saginaw, you’ll find one of the best dog parks in the surrounding area: the Tails N’ Trails Dog Park, which is a fenced-in, off-leash dog park adjacent to the Arlington Animal Shelter. This park covers a large area and offers open grassy spaces as well as a wooded area that has some walking paths for you to explore with your pal. This park offers drinking water for your pooch, but waste disposal bags aren’t provided, so you’ll need to bring your own. Be sure to bring a  leash for the walking paths, too, since your pup will need to wear one outside the dog park.
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    Population Density 855/sq mi

    #5 Central Lake Worth

    This community is home to a little gem of a dog park: The Keenum-Shelton Dog Park. Like most dog parks, this one has two separate areas for large and small dogs, secure fencing, and a grassy area for pups to play and romp. It’s also well-maintained, and encourages dogs to enjoy some socialization with the locals pups. Seating and shade are provided, although there isn’t very much shade, which is good to know on those hot summer days. You’ll also find water stations and agility equipment here. All you need to bring is some waste bags for the pawfect day out!
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