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In 1902, a man by the name of Mr. Ellwood owned an impressive 262,000 acres. He developed it into Spade Ranch. At the time, it was the most productive business within a hundred miles. He decided that it wasn't enough. He wanted a legacy, so he created one. He slowly started to sell off the land until in 1925 there was enough to become a city. He named it Smyer, Texas after a railroad superintendent that helped to put the city on the rail line stop map. The tiny town relied on the community leaders to develop it into what it is now: a peaceful small town that believes in hard work. 

There are about five historic spots that you can visit with your dog here. The old rail line is no longer in use, but you can still see the remnants and learn the history. The most interesting part of this rail line is that it wasn't a big stop; it mainly transported supplies and visitors. 

The school system has always been strong. You can see the old school house and learn about how the classes have evolved. Stop by the library to learn more about the history. They allow dogs to join you on a case-by-case basis. This small town is nice spot to come and unwind. You can truly unplug and enjoy a slower pace of life, but you won't find very many Fido-friendly amenities. There are more things to do with your four-legged friend outside the city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Smyer

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 250/sq mi

    #1 Loop 289

    It is time to give into all your cravings. You can find waffles, pies, cakes, cheesecake, and even crepes right at Crave: A Dessert Bar. Bring your dog for breakfast or brunch; this eatery has a few dog-friendly tables where they can join you. If you are looking to indulge in an adult beverage, try one of the beer- or whiskey-infused marshmallows. This guilty pleasure is all waiting for you at the end of a twenty-minute drive. Most days, this place is open late, so come and unwind from your day with all of your favorite sweet treats!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,917/sq mi

    #2 The Outskirts

    At'l Do Farms invites you to bring your dog with you and shoot the corn cannon! You have targets set up for the day of fun. Well, that isn't all they have, but it is the most original! You can walk through the pumpkin patch, explore the corn maze, or just enjoy the snacks and apple cider at the snack center. There are a lot of family-friendly activities here that make the thirty-minute drive worth it. Just remember that you must clean up after your dog. They are really strict about this and will ask you to leave if you do not follow this rule.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,917/sq mi

    #3 Dunbar Historic Lake

    How about taking your dog with you while you learn to paddle board? SUP Lubbock allows you to do just that! You can bring your dog out on the water with you for a two-hour paddle boarding lesson. If you don't want to paddle board, you can enjoy the water or just walk the trails. You will need a leash, and you might want to get a life vest for your dog. The area is a beautiful place to come and enjoy nature. Remember to bring your water bottle.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,917/sq mi

    #4 United Market

    United Market is a great outdoor market that allows you to take in the local culture. Taphouse 16 is one of the great stops along the way. You can sample crafts and wine on the patio with your dog. They even have free wi-fi! You can bring snacks and food over from other stands if you would like. Overall, this is a great place to try a new brew with your dog. It is open all year round, but you will find the best selections at the beginning of each season. All of this and so much more is waiting just under a half-hour away.
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 7/sq mi

    #5 Pole Canyon Ranch

    It may be an hour drive to get to Caprock Canyons State Park, but the activities here, including camping, boating, fishing, hiking, and so much more, make the drive well worth it! The state park is home to a 63-mile trail that was established by Rails-to-Trails. You will love the scenic countryside full of wildlife. Be sure to keep your dog on his leash when you get to the tunnel because it is full of bats! This is a fascinating place to come and walk your dog. If you come at just the right time, you can see the bats fly out for the night. This is adventure that you will want to enjoy regularly.
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