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Dog Areas in Sherman

11 Parks
2 Shops
7 Eateries
10 Groomers
Sherman is a small town in Grayson County, Texas, that originally got its name from General Sidney Sherman, a hero from the Texas Revolution. Filled with a plethora of parks to take a walk in, and a few restaurants to dine at, your pup will have a great time in Sherman with you. There are seven veterinarians in Sherman, perfect for your dog to get a check-up at.

Take Fido out to Binkley Park for a fun day under the sun. The park has minimal amenities, making it a great place to just kick back and relax with your pup. They offer a pavilion for shade and a walking trail that you and Fido can use for a great afternoon walk.

Stop into Cowboy Chicken for a bite to eat. They offer an array of chicken options, including BBQ drumsticks, chicken rotisserie plates, and sandwiches featuring chicken. Their side options will have your dog drooling for a taste, and their outdoor patio is perfect for the two of you to sit down on and enjoy a meal together.

If you both need a place to stay, Sherman is filled with hotels you both can get a good rest at. La Quinta Inn and Suites Sherman Dension, Comfort Suites Sherman, and Super 8 Sherman all welcome your furry pal to stay the night with them.

Your pup will love all the amenities that come with being in Sherman!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sherman

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    Population Density 540/sq mi

    #1 S Sam Rayburn Fwy / S Travis St

    The Herman Baker Park is a pawsome park to visit with your pup for a good walk and a fun day out. The park is filled with numerous hiking trails that you and your dog can use. You can also fish here since there is a pond, and they offer picnic tables and restrooms. There is grass for fetch, but make sure to keep your dog on a leash since the park is known to have some wildlife roaming around it, like cows and ducks. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you to the park.
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    Population Density 2,985/sq mi

    #2 Tribune

    The Ely Park features tons of dogtastic amenities that Fido will love exploring with you. The park offers a softball field, playground, climbing rocks, and a picnic pavilion. There is grass for fetch and a great walking path that your dog will love getting a walk in on. Down the street is the Luck Kidd-Key Park which offers a few benches, plenty of trees for shade, grass for fetch, and a great paved path that you can use for a nice walk. The park is known to hold events like concerts in the park, so make sure Fido is in a social mood when you go.
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    Population Density 1,752/sq mi

    #3 W Taylor St / N Ricketts St

    Check out the Fairview Park with your furry pal by your side. This huge park features an outdoor pool, a playground, rock climbing wall, sports courts, and some sports fields. There is a 2.5-mile trail that you and your pup can use for a great walk, and some grass for a good game of fetch. On the outskirts of the park, there is an aquatic center, so at times the park can be a bit busy. Make sure to bring water, since there isn't a lot of shade, and clean-up bags with you.
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    Population Density 4,908/sq mi

    #4 Knollwood

    While hanging around the Knollwood neighborhood, stop into one of the plethora of restaurants your pup is welcome to visit. Panera Bread is a great restaurant if you're looking for some healthy options. They serve salads, soups, and pasta, plus their bread is made fresh daily. Chipotle Mexican Grill dishes out Mexican favorites like burritos, tacos, and salads and allows you to customize it any way you want. Palio's Pizza Cafe serves classic pizza and allows you to build your own pie. They have specialty pizzas that your pup will be drooling over. All of these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios so Fido can dine alongside of you.
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    Population Density 2,387/sq mi

    #5 North Sherman Junction / Austin College

    The Old Settlers Park is a fantastic area to let your dog get a good walk in and explore with you. The park offers nine baseball and softball fields, two basketball courts, a playground, and a pavilion for shade. There is restrooms for the owners and a nice grass area for fetch. Your dog will love the walking trail that winds through the park. There are picnic tables as well, so you and Fido can bring a lunch and enjoy a lovely afternoon outdoors. Don't forget your clean-up bags when you come.
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