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Dog Areas in Socorro

Socorro, Texas is a small town in Socorro County, located on the outskirts of El Paso. Socorro is home to a few dog-friendly activities, but nearby cities, including El Paso, also have dog-friendly activities.

Socorro offers several dog-friendly accommodations at a modest price, including lodging and pet services. In El Paso, which is just a 20-minute drive from Socorro, you’ll find 51 restaurants, 5 activities, and 14 services that are all dog-friendly. The restaurants vary in all types of food, from authentic delicacies to comfort foods. You cannot go wrong at any of these fine restaurants in El Paso!

El Paso is also home to a few dog parks and a lovely hiking trail, so you and Fido will have a hard time getting bored in this pawesome muttropolis!If you are looking for a getaway in nature while still staying close the conveniences of the big city, Socorro is a great place to relax after hiking the trails of El Paso.

Fort Bliss is also a dog-friendly neighboring city to Socorro. Fort Bliss is well-known for its dog friendly restaurant, Smashburger. This burger joint is well-known for its fantastic burgers, fries, and famous fried pickles. Your furry friend is more than welcome to join you here, provided he’s well-behaved and stays on a leash at all times.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Socorro

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 189/sq mi

    #1 Homestead Meadows North


    This neighborhood is home to the Pebble Hills Dog Park, which is located 16 miles northwest of Socorro, Texas at the eastern end of Pebbles Hills at Tierra Mina. This park is huge, with 2 areas and 3 acres for your pup to romp and play. The areas are grassy and separated by dog size. Your pal is free to explore as much as he likes at this off-leash dog park, which even includes some agility equpiment for added fun. There are a few benches here for you to sit and watch your pooch play. You will need to bring water, some bags for cleanup, and maybe something for shade since these aren’t provided at this park.

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    Population Density None/sq mi

    #2 Montoya Heights

    Located just outside the Montoya Heights neighborhood in El Paso, the Westside Dog Park at Don Haskins Community Center is the pawfect place to play with your pal! The best part? It’s only 16 miles from Socorro. This park is an off-leash dog park with two separate areas for small and large dogs. Amenities include a large grassy area for your pooch to play, a doggie water fountain, benches, and shade trees. You’ll need to bring your own doggie waste bags as well as a leash if you plan to explore the larger park or open reserve.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,402/sq mi

    #3 Album

    Eastwood Park, known to the locals as Album Park, is the pawfect place to spend the day with your pup. Your pal will have a ball playing on the agility equipment at the off-leash, fenced-in dog park located here! Something to keep in mind is that the ground is covered in gravel instead of grass, so you’ll have to monitor how hot the rocks get so your pups paws don’t get burned. Waste disposal bags are provided, but you’ll need to bring your own water. Be sure to bring a leash, since your pup will need to wear one if you want to explore outside the dog park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,259/sq mi

    #4 Central El Paso

    El Paso is a sprawling muttropolis in Texas, so it’s no surprise that there’s a variety of dog-friendly places to visit here. The main attraction here is the Las Palmas Marketplace. Your pup is allowed in the common areas of the marketplace as long as they are on their leash and they remain well-behaved. A lot of the stores welcome pooches to shop as well! You will just need to ask permission before entering with your pup. Be sure to bring your fur baby’s leash and some water in case they get thirsty. If you are up for a day of shopping with your four-legged companion make sure to visit the Las Palmas Marketplace, just 14 minutes from Socorro!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,783/sq mi

    #5 San Marcial

    Hankering for a hike with your hound? Then you’re in the right neighborhood! Here, you’ll find the Chamizal National Memorial. This was the site of a land dispute between the Americans and Mexicans which lasted for more than 100 years! (Can you guess who won that battle?) Now, this national park offers a walking trail for you and your leashed pal to explore. You can also learn more about the historical significance of this area. Since this isn’t a dog park, you’ll need to bring all the necessities, including drinking water and waste bags.
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