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Dog Areas in Snook

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Once part of a Czech farming settlement, the town of Snook was officially settled in the 1890s when a post office opened. Snook has grown since its early days when all it had was two general stores, a blacksmith and a grocer. Today, it’s home to a veterinary clinic that will help your pooch stay healthy, and a pawesome park!

The Snook City Park is a woofderful, large park where you can take your leashed dog for a walk! There are tons of shade trees throughout this community gathering space. There’s also a huge open field where you and Fido can frolic. Snook City Park has a huge covered picnic area, a playground, and restrooms, too.

Just 11 miles down the road, Snook pups and their people also love visiting the Texas A&M University Research Park in College Station. This pawpular dog walking area has a paved walking path that makes four loops around four ponds and through beautiful mature trees. There are also open grassy areas and plenty of space to spread out a blanket and enjoy a picnic while you and Fido watch the ducks waddle by.

With easy access to College Station’s amenities and Snook’s own community park, this small town is puptacular!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Snook

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    Population Density 2,662/sq mi

    #1 Research Pky/ University Dr


    Looking for a peaceful place for a jaunt with your pup? Visit this College Station neighborhood! About 11 miles from Snook, this neighborhood encompasses a hefty portion of the Texas A&M University Campus, and also the furrific John Crompton Park! This 15-acre park is full of lush grass and verdant trees that provide plenty of shady spots where you and your leashed furry friend can relax. John Crompton Park also has a one-mile walking and jogging trail that loops around the park’s serene pond and through pleasant wooded areas. This neighborhood is also where you’ll find the Texas A&M University Research Park.

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    Population Density 5,482/sq mi

    #2 Aggieland


    Leash your pooch and discover a furrific park in College Station’s Aggieland neighborhood, about 13 miles from Snook! Start your adventure in this neighborhood’s nine-acre Brison Park! You and Fido will love strolling on the pathway that extends a third of a mile through the park’s beautiful grassy rolling hills that are dotted with shade trees. Bee Creek flows through Brison Park, adding to the tranquil ambiance. Be sure to check out the quaint footbridge that extends over the creek on the southeast end of the park! Brison Park is especially pleasant in warmer months when the crepe myrtles provide showy bushels of red, pink and purple flowers. For more pawesome fun, visit this neighborhood’s Luther Jones Park!

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    Population Density 5,943/sq mi

    #3 North Oakwood


    If you’re in search of a tranquil area to hike with your pup, look no further than College Station’s North Oakwood neighborhood! About 13 miles from Snook, this neighborhood’s Hensel Park is a big, beautiful green space with a woofderful walking trail! You and your leashed dog will love exploring the dirt path that winds through a densely wooded area. With all the trees and shrubs, you and Fido will forget you’re right in town! This pawesome park has a huge open grassy field where you and your pup can play, plus a covered picnic area, a playground, volleyball court, and restrooms. Just a few blocks away, you and your dog can also check out Crescent Park, where there’s a paved walking path.

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    Population Density 6,033/sq mi

    #4 College Hill Estates

    After just a 14-mile drive from Snook, you and your leashed dog will arrive Thomas Park in nearby College Station. This woofderful 16-acre green space has wide open grassy fields where you and Fido can romp and play, or work on training. There is also a one-mile paved jogging and walking pathway where you two can get some exercise together. After your walk, grab a spot beneath a shade tree or at a picnic table and relax. Thomas Park also has basketball and volleyball courts, exercise stations, and a playground.
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    Population Density 9,674/sq mi

    #5 Pecan Tree McCullough

    You and Fido will have a blast when you visit College Station’s Pecan Tree McCullough neighborhood! Just 14 miles from Snook, this neighborhood is home to the 21-acre W.A. Tarrow Park, a favorite among locals! Leash your pup and take a stroll on the park’s .3-mile paved walking and jogging pathway that runs next to a quiet creek. W.A. Tarrow Park also has athletic fields, a splash pad and playground for kiddos, a picturesque gazebo, a picnic pavilion with barbecue grills and public art! For another pawesome place to walk with your pup, check out the nearby 10-acre Gabbard Park, where there’s another .3-mile paved path.
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