Dog walking in San Isidro

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Dog Walking in San Isidro

For homespun Southwestern hospitality for you and your dog to enjoy, San Isidro is a must-visit destination. With consistently scorching temperatures, little rain, and moderate humidity, the typical San Isidro climate is pleasant and conducive to outdoor activities with Fido and the whole family. Though San Isidro offers no accommodations within the village's limits, nearby Rio Grande City boasts of three hotels amenable to stays for families traveling with pets. San Isidro is home to two restaurants specializing in regional cuisine. A small town with a love for dogs, San Isidro's veterinary services are provided by two different veterinary clinics in neighboring Rio Grande City. 

San Isidro, Texas, a small community of close-knit residents, was originally established in 1877. Though tiny in population, this Southwestern village is big on Texas charm. San Isidro, a primarily Catholic area, takes its name from St. Isidore the Laborer, the saint of farming, an occupation indigenous to the region. This beloved tiny "burg" is officially classified as a census-designated place. As such, it does not qualify as a city, village, or town, but bears its own pride of place on a map as well as its own name. Though relatively isolated in a more remote section of Texas, San Isidro offers an invigorating cultural respite for owners and their dogs while en route to other areas of the state. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Isidro

C B D

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Population Density
2,250 per sq. mi.

C B D

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To the northwest of San Isidro lies Laredo, Texas, a town renowned for its dog-friendly restaurants. 109 miles from the charming San Isidro, Laredo offers nine pet-friendly restaurants to meet all of your dining needs. Laredo's La Posada Hotel is home to Zaragoza Grill. Featuring the finest Latin dishes this side of the border, this trendy, upper-crust eatery offers eight outdoor dog-friendly tables to accommodate Fido and his family. Walk it off at Los Dos Laredos Park, nestled along the Rio Grande. Leashed dogs are welcome on the trail at this furrific park. Don't forget to bring waste bags!

Harlingen City Center

36
Population Density
1,689 per sq. mi.

Harlingen City Center

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Located 69.6 miles from San Isidro proper, the charming town of Harlingen offers many attractions for dogs and their owners to enjoy. Harlingen is home to four dog friendly restaurants. Whether you choose from traditional Mexican and BBQ at the Rio Grande Grill, drinks and pub fare at Carlito's Winehouse, or the seafood delights and American classics at Uncle Buck's Fish Bowl and Grill, Fid is welcome in all outdoor seating areas. To meet all of your accommodation needs during your visit, Harlingen boasts of 17 dog friendly hotels and camping facilities. The retailers Bed, Bath, and Beyond and Bass Pro Shops also permit owners to shop with their dogs.

Bob Bullock Loop

24
Population Density
2,250 per sq. mi.

Bob Bullock Loop

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For those seeking an outdoor adventure for Fido and the family, Laredo's Lake Casa Blanca International State Park is the ideal spot to unwind and reconnect with the land. Centrally located adjacent to the Mexican border, this stunning waterfront attraction has many recreational activities to appeal to each member of the family, canine or human. Whether water sports, geocaching, picnicking, or fishing is your thing, Lake Casa Blanca International State Park has it all! For families longing for a longer stay, why not reserve a campsite and give yourself a few extra days to explore the hiking trails with Fido at your leisure?

Downtown Mission

12
Population Density
735 per sq. mi.

Downtown Mission

12

Fancy a little road trip? Why not consider a visit to nearby Mission, Texas? Situated only 45 miles from San Isidro, Mission is a community that welcomes dogs and their owners with open arms. With six options for lodging ranging from private apartment rentals to hotels and more, the ideal vacation you are looking for can be found in friendly Mission. Craving a little camping? Reserve a campsite at Mission's Tradewinds RV Resort. Mission is also home to four pet friendly restaurants where owners can lounge and enjoy a delicious meal and the Southwestern Texas sunshine with the joy of Fido by their sides.

Parkland Estates

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,942 per sq. mi.

Parkland Estates

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If Fido could benefit from some time spent running off steam, McAllen has just the thing for you! Only 54 miles from San Isidro lies the McAllen Dog Park. This off leash play facility offers two fully fenced enclosures for dogs to enjoy. Of specific interest to dog owners is the area designated for use by small dogs only. This much-loved dog play area provides fresh drinking water for Fido and his family and also houses on-site benches and shaded areas as a resting space. McAllen Dog Park is spacious, allowing plentiful room for running, playing, and even a rousing game of frisbee or fetch.