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Dog Areas in San Juan, TX

9 Parks
3 Trails
2 Groomers

The pawsome town of San Juan is nestled in the southernmost tip of Texas. Here, visiting and resident dogs can find great pup-friendly parks and trails to enjoy as they take in views of the city and surrounding iconic Texan countryside. While there aren’t any vets or animal clinics in San Juan, rest assured help is not far away in neighbouring Pharr and McAllen should your pup need some assistance.

Check out the 7.7-mile Regional Hike and Bike Trail that runs through the city of San Juan from McAllen and Pharr to the west. The San Juan section is just over a mile long and cuts into the western section of the city. Dogs are permitted on the trail, but keep your pup leashed at all times. It is an easy walk and a great way to start your stay.
The Explorers Trail Park is 2.8 acres of community park surrounded by mesquite trees and interesting native plants. A 0.3-mile walking trail winds around the park and is a pleasant walk for you and your pup. The park also features shelters, benches and a water fountain, making it a lovely spot to stop for a play on the grass and a packed lunch.

Lions Park and Memorial Park are two other great parks to visit in San Juan. Each cover 2.6 acres and have plenty of open space, playground equipment and ball courts to keep the kids amused, as well as picnic tables, grills, benches and restrooms close by. In all of these parks, you need to keep your pet leashed, and always clean up after him.           

There are many more places to see and things to do with your pet around San Juan. You are sure to enjoy your stay here! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in San Juan, TX

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    Population Density 2,822/sq mi

    #1 Primavera Colonia Number 1/ Primavera Number 2 Colonia

    North San Juan Park is a grand community park covering 26.5 acres. A 1.4-mile walking track surrounds a scenic fountain pond, and is a lovely trail to bring your pup to for a bit of on-lead exercise; you may enjoy the exercise stations along the way to really get the muscles working! There is something for everyone at this park, including playgrounds, pavilions, picnic tables and benches, basketball courts, a baseball field and horseshoe pits – it is a great place for a family fun day out. As it is a community park, you need to keep your pet leashed at all times, and remember to bring your clean up bags too
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,741/sq mi

    #2 N 6th St

    Head over to the McAllen Dog Park in neighboring McAllen, just six miles northwest of San Juan, for some pawsome off-leash fun! This park is set over four acres, so there is plenty of room for your pup to run free and have a really good play. The two sections are both fenced to keep him safe, with one are for the little pups and one for the larger breeds. Shady trees and benches are provided for you to sit at while you supervise, and there are water fountains for both canine and human use. 
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    Population Density 5,304/sq mi

    #3 Bicentennial

    In neighboring McAllen, there is plenty more to do with your pup. The McAllen Hike & Bike Trail runs through this area and totals 2.33 miles of paved pet-friendly walkway. It is easy terrain, taking you north to south through the centre of the city. Close by is the 27-acre Municipal Park, where you can enjoy some  open green space, cook up some lunch on the grills, and let the kids have a play on the playground or over on the sports fields. Speaking of food, if instead you would like to relax at a restaurant, there are a few in this area that allow pets at the outside seating. Il Forno a Legna serves up Italian-inspired classics such as a selection of pasta dishes, seafood, pizza and delicious Mediterranean desserts. For a simple plate of finger-licking wings, head to Wingstop. For a café-style lunch, you can’t miss a visit to Coffee with Companions where you can unwind with a good meal, a fresh pastry and hot cuppa. Your pup even gets a free treat here too!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,599/sq mi

    #4 Mata Colonia

    Westside Park in neighboring McAllen is just nine miles east of San Juan. A lovely little 0.75-mile walking track winds around the 37-acre park and is a great spot for some on-lead exercise. Also at the park are picnic areas, a BBQ pavilion (available for rent) and playground equipment. A shopping district is a short stroll from here and has lots of places to check out, including a selection of pet-friendly restaurants. McAlister’s Deli, Five Guys, Chipoltle Mexican Grill and Buffalo Wild Wings all welcome dogs at their outdoor tables, so you can enjoy a meal with your furry buddy resting by your feet.

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    Population Density 2,261/sq mi

    #5 Rodriguez Colonia/ Rodriguez Colonia Number 2

    Pooch-friendly Edinburg Municipal Park is 10 miles north of San Juan in Edinburg, and worth checking out while you are visiting the area. At over 90 acres, this place has everything you could ask for in a community park! Pets are welcome here, but keep your pup leashed for safety and make sure you bring some waste disposal bags. Your pup will love walking the 1.5-mile trail or the additional 1 mile nature trail with you. Ball fields, playgrounds, a roller blade trail, a fishing and canoeing lake, and a bike trail means there is plenty for the kids to do too. What a great way to spend a day out together!
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