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Dog Areas in Texas City

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A large city of 50,000 in Galveston County, Texas City is a community that covers ruffly 200 square miles. Texas City does have one dog park and about six local vets, but some of the most popular amenities are in neighboring cities like Galveston.

Just twenty minutes southeast lies Kempner Park in Galveston. Although not exclusively a dog park, this area is beloved by pet owners for its doggie fountain. Just be sure to keep your pup leashed at all times. Also in Galveston is East Beach. Pups are allowed year-round on all Galveston beaches, and East Beach is no exception -- just be sure to keep Fido on a leash.

If it’s Sunday morning or Thursday afternoon, be sure to check out Galveston’s Own Farmers Market. The mission of this market is to support locally-grown produce on Galveston Island and connect people with their local food economy. Bring Fido with you while you peruse vendors like Galveston Bread, Wilson’s Blueberries, and Local Roast Co.

If you want to stay in Texas City, swing by Schlotzky’s: this delicatessen is famous for its drive-thru window, delicious sandwiches, and pup-friendly outdoor seating.

Whether you want to stay within city limits or visit nearby League City or Galveston, there’s always something for you and Fido near Texas City.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Texas City

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    Population Density 222/sq mi

    #1 Deer Park


    At approximately thirty-two miles north of Texas City you will find Deer Park, a very small town that’s home to the Ella and Friends Dog Park. This gigantic dog park is everything your dog could ever want! This park is completely fenced in and does not require any dogs to be leashed at any time! It also has two separate areas: one for large dogs and the other for small dogs. But that is not all. The park has lighting for night time, doggie poop bags and water! So leave that leash at home and get ready to have a pawtastic day!

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    Population Density 666/sq mi

    #2 Texas City

    Although there is only one dog park in Texas City, it is definitely a good one! This large, fenced-in park is off-leash and welcomes dogs of all sizes and breeds. There are also plenty of amenities, including seating and water fountains. The park is often full of other people and their dogs, making an ideal place to take your dog to socialize. In addition, the park has many agility training toys that your dog can use to play or train! This park, which is located right in the middle of a residential area, is everything you could ask for!
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  3. Dog Parks 4
    Population Density 786/sq mi

    #3 Galveston


    If you drive a mere thirteen miles from your home to the gorgeous city of Galveston, which is located on a beautiful Texan island, you’ll have access to four of the most beautiful dog parks in the area. Not only will you get to take your dog to four fenced in off-leash parks to play and meet other dogs, but you will be able to take them to two different dog beaches! The city also has multiple dog-friendly locations, including museums and shopping centers! Galveston truly understands how important your furry friend is to you.

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  4. Dog Parks 18
    Population Density 3,500/sq mi

    #4 Houston


    If you live in Houston, you already know the city is pretty much doggie heaven. But if you are a Texas City resident, don’t despair. You are only fifty miles from the great city that is home to approximately eighteen dog parks. But that is not all! The city not only has a park for everyone and every dog’s personality, but it also has plenty of dog-friendly locations! You can visit one or more dog parks, or head to the many events, stores and shopping areas where dogs are welcome! You won’t need a leash for the dog parks as they are all off-leash. Just make sure you take a leash in case you want to walk around the dog-friendly city and grab lunch at a dog-friendly restaurant!

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    Population Density 857/sq mi

    #5 La Porte


    At only twenty-four miles from Texas City is La Porte, a beautiful city home to one dog park. The Little Cedar Bayou Dog Park is everything you could want in a dog park. This off-leash, fenced-in park has two zones: one for small dogs and one for large dogs. It also has freshly cut lush green grass and a water feature. The park is located within a large community park so you will have to walk through the community park to get to the dog park. You’ll need to keep Fido on a leash any time you’re outside of the dog park. The park is frequented by locals, so you and your furry friend should be prepared to make some new friends!

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