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Dog Areas in Tomball

13 Parks
3 Trails
1 Shop
7 Eateries
10 Groomers

Texans love their dogs, and the citizens of Tomball, TX are no exception! Just within commuting distance of Houston, Tomball manages to maintain a laid-back, small town feel while still being a short drive away from big city amenities. The city is well known for its three-dimensional glassblowing and its community spirit. Many events take place throughout the year, and your pooch is welcome on leash at the Holiday Parade or the farmers market! Tomball’s residents take pet care seriously -- there are no fewer than nine veterinary clinics to look after your buddy, with 24-hour emergency care available right in town.

The town has its own dog park, and you and your fur baby are sure to sniff out lots to do! There are plenty of trails and several community parks ideal for leashed walks. Timarron Park is a particular local favorite. This furrific little spot has a long, shaded trail, and water and bags are provided. Tomball even has a drive-in theater where you and your pup can catch a show! For doggy dining, check out Cisco’s Salsa Company Baja Grill and Cantina on Commerce Street, an excellent Tex-Mex joint where canine companions are welcome to chow down at outdoor tables.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tomball

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    Population Density 497/sq mi

    #1 Burroughs Park

    The dog park at Burroughs Park in Northeast Tomball is a real mutts-see! Huge and well-shaded, the park has separate runs for large and small dogs, so your pooch can socialize no matter their size!  Water and bags are provided, and there are several dog bathing stations, so you can let your pup play without worrying about them getting muddy. It’s also well worth taking a walk around the park itself -- there are miles of scenic trails for you and your buddy to explore, and some truly beautiful lake views. Keep your buddy on a short leash, though. There are rumors of a gator in the lake!
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    Population Density 1,134/sq mi

    #2 Waldenwood

    Though you won’t find any off-leash adventures in Tomball’s Waldenwood area, it’d be a huge faux-paws not to give this neighborhood a visit. It’s home to The Showboat Drive-in Theater, where furry film buffs are welcome to enjoy the latest blockbuster. There’s plenty of green space for yourself and your buddy to spread out on a nice day, but remember to bring your own bags and water! If your pup is sick of sitting still after a long show, the Klein Memorial Park on 2920 is a lovely little spot for a leashed walk.
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    Population Density 1,616/sq mi

    #3 Indian Springs

    For dog-friendly hiking, look no fur-ther than the George Mitchell Nature Preserve. Tucked away in the Indian Springs area of The Woodlands, TX, this wonderful natural area with miles upon miles of trails for you and your buddy to sniff and explore. Be warned, though -- parking is limited, so it’s best to get there early. Afterwards, you can let your furry friend run free in the Cattails Dog Park. The park is one of the largest in the area, and even has a doggy obstacle course, so it’s a pawfect place for your pooch to get a thorough and entertaining workout!
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    Population Density 1,267/sq mi

    #4 Spring Creek

    Make no bones about it, Spring Creek is worth the thirteen-mile trip from Tomball. It’s home to Pundt Park, a pawsitively wonderful dog park. Toys, bags and water are all provided, so all you need to bring is your pup and your enthusiasm! There are plenty of seats for tired owners, and a doggy shower for your pooch to splash about in. Pundt Park proper also marks the entrance to the Spring Creek Greenway, which boasts over 40 miles of hiking trails for every ability from the most athletic dog to the most committed couch pup-tato!
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    Population Density 2,524/sq mi

    #5 Terramont

    Terramont Dog Park is a little harder to find -- it's tucked away off Terramont Drive in the Woodlands. Nonetheless, the area is well served with plenty of parking, in case you can’t quite squeeze in at the Cattails Park! There’s no separate area for small dogs, but there is plenty of shade, so you can let your pooch leap about to their heart’s content without worrying about them overheating in the Texas sun. At the other end of Terramont Drive, you’ll find the Blue Mug Cafe, which serves up a tasty, diverse menu and caters for doggy diners at the outdoor tables. On a hot day, they’ll even put out water bowls!
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