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Dog Areas in Trophy Club

4 Parks
2 Trails
1 Eatery

Built around a golf course, the town of Trophy Club is considered a wealthy suburb of both Dallas and Fort Worth. Just 30 miles out of these big cities, pups and their parents will find outdoor adventures to stay active and enjoy nature. There is also one veterinarian clinic available in town to meet your pup’s medical needs.

The highlight of the town is Trophy Club Park featuring 877-acres of fun at the tip of Grapevine Lake. In addition to excellent hiking trails, the park offers trails for ATV’s and motorized bikes. Pups are often seen out and about strolling around the fishing pond or relaxing with their parents on shaded benches or picnic tables.

If you are looking for a pooch-friendly place to stay in town, WoodSpring Suites welcomes pets for an additional fee. The hotel is conveniently located off Hwy 114, and Cliff Park is just an 8-minute walk away, where you can let Fido stretch his legs and run off some energy.

Texas is known for its dog-friendly towns and businesses, and Trophy Club is a great destination for pups and families of all ages. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Trophy Club

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 296/sq mi

    #1 Trophy Club City Center


    Conveniently located in the center of town, Harmony Park on Indian Creek Drive offers 13-acres of space to spend quality time with your pup. The almost two-mile walking path is perfect when you and Fido need to stretch your legs and get some exercise. There is even a pooch water fountain near the restrooms where you can get a cold drink!  The basketball courts are fully lit at night making this a great destination for your pup’s evening walk before bedtime. The kids can enjoy the playground, and pups and their parents can relax on the shaded benches and watch the kids play. 

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,953/sq mi

    #2 North Trophy Club


    Pups love spending time at the Freedom Dog Park in the North Trophy Club neighborhood. The park offers an agility course that's perfect to let Fido show off his skills. There are two areas, one for pups 35 pounds or less, and one for large dogs. Your pooch will have a snifftastic time wandering through the grass and trees, and running up and down the hills chasing a ball. Pup parents can relax on shaded benches, and Fido can cool off with water from the hose before you leave to go home. If you bring the kids, there is a small playground next to the dog park to keep them entertained while the pup plays.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,076/sq mi

    #3 Marshall Creek


    In the quaint neighborhood of Marshall Creek, pups and their parents enjoy spending time at Independence Park West. You can walk around the park and let your pooch sniff all the plants and trees while the kids play on the small playground. The baseball fields are perfect to play a game of fetch, and you can stroll around the tennis courts and count your laps. Across the road, you will also find Independence Park East. This park is often used for community events and provides a great area to exercise with your pooch. The park is well-maintained and there are clean restrooms where you can refill your water bottles. 

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 231/sq mi

    #4 N. Southlake


    Pups from all over town travel to Bob Jones Park and Boo Boo’s Buddies Dog Park to enjoy playing in the off-leash area and getting rid of some extra energy. The park covers over 2-acres and there is plenty of shade where Fido can have a pawtastic time. The water fountain is great when your pup needs a drink and parents can relax on shaded benches while the pups run around chasing a ball or each other. You can also spend time in Bob Jones Park which covers almost 500-acres and features picnic pavilions, athletic fields, and beautiful gardens. You and your pooch can stroll around the pond and the kids can play on the playground. 

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,060/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Roanoke


    Just 8 minutes from Trophy Club, pups can enjoy all the features of Roanoke Community Park in the nearby city of Roanoke. The Fishing pier is perfect for a Saturday afternoon out with the pooch and family. You can explore the gardens and walk around the paths to get some exercise, and then relax at one of the picnic tables with a cool drink. The kids can play at the playground here. If you get hungry, head over to Classic Café where you can enjoy a casual setting and excellent food with your pooch at the outdoor tables. Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is also located nearby, and you and Fido can relax at one of the six pooch-friend outdoor tables. 

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