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Dog Areas in Stafford, TX

3 Parks
1 Trail
5 Groomers

Safe, family-friendly, and thriving, Stafford, TX sits on the border of Fort Bend County and Harris County, just a twenty-minute drive from downtown Houston. Historically speaking, Stafford didn’t have a promising start -- just six years after founder William Stafford’s territory was established, the settlement was burned to the ground during the Texas Revolutionary War. Stafford persisted and pulled through, however, and today, this sleepy commuter suburb manages to maintain a community-oriented feel and small-town vibe -- even with a population of nearly 18,000! In terms of pet care, there are four vets in town, with emergency services available in nearby Sugarland.

There’s no dog park in Stafford itself, but you and your furry friend shouldn’t have too "ruff" a time finding exercise options! The parks system is one of Stafford’s great strengths, and there are a couple of community parks in town which are ideal for a leashed stroll. Stafford City Park is particularly pawpular with local dog owners, and Fountain Lake Park features a lovely pond. And if your four-legged family member longs to run free, don’t worry -- you’ll find plenty of off-leash adventure opportunities just a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stafford, TX

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,524/sq mi

    #1 Greatwood

    The fabulously named Pawm Springs Dog Park in Sugarland is just a nine-mile drive from Stafford, so you’d need to be barking mad not to go! If your pooch loves swimming as part of their off-leash adventures, they’ll have a whale of a time splashing about in the pond. There’s plenty of space in both the large and small dog areas for even the liveliest furball to burn off their excess energy, and waste bags and toys are provided. The park’s surface is grass and dirt, but Pawm Springs even provides doggy shower stalls for post-play clean-up.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,448/sq mi

    #2 Old Mill Retail Park

    No bones about it -- if your pooch loves hiking, a trip to Oyster Creek Park is sure to get their tail wagging! The trails run by the creek and under mature trees, and they’re nice and flat, making them an accessible outing for tiny tearaways and older furry friends alike! The park itself is beautiful -- the creek burbles over several miniature falls, the green spaces are well-maintained, and there’s a small, serene lake. The stone gator on the water’s edge can cause new visitors to do a double take, but it’s still wise to keep an eye out for wildlife -- particularly if your pup likes to run after rabbits!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,043/sq mi

    #3 Sugar LaTown Square

    After all that exercise, you and your pooch might well have worked up an appetite. Don’t worry -- you two are sure to find somewhere to chow down in Sugar Land Town Square! For a quick bite, try Torchy’s Tacos -- the Green Chile Pork is excellent, and they cater to canines in their large, outdoor seating area. If you and your pup like sushi, check out Japaneiro’s, a local institution that welcomes wagging tails outside. Or pop in for a pint on the patio at the Flying Saucer Draught Emporium -- they’ll even put out water for your furry friend, so you two can slake your thirst together!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,025/sq mi

    #4 Washington Ave./Memorial Park


    If you and your fur baby are looking for something different to do, why not take a day trip to Houston and check out the Houston Arboretum and Nature Centre? Less curated garden and more city forest, the Arboretum has miles of shady, tree-lined trails for you and your pup to sniff and explore. Joggers and bikes are prohibited on the trails, so there’s no fear of you two having to jump out of the way of speeding cyclists! Best of all, the arboretum is free, and even sunblock and bug spray are available on a donation basis. Just remember to bring your own bags and water!

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,121/sq mi

    #5 Addicks

    Congressman Bill Archer Dog Park may be a ways away from Stafford -- a 25-minute drive in light traffic -- but it’d still be a huge faux paw not to visit! The off-leash area is huge -- there’s a whole seventeen acres for your pooch to run about and tire themselves out in. Like the Pawm Springs Dog Park, there’s scope for swimming here -- there are two pools, one for both the large and small dog areas! Athletic animals will be glad to note that there’s also a doggy agility course for some extra canine cardio. Bags and water are provided, so just bring your pup and prepare to play!
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