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Dog Areas in Watauga

6 Parks
14 Shops
6 Eateries
6 Groomers

Watauga is a small suburban community on the north side of Fort Worth, surrounded by other neighborhoods and suburban cities. The urban area was once filled with ranches and farmlands, populated mostly when the city's first railway was put into place and a station and post office was built to accommodate the railroad. Life isn't too off the rails in Watauga, especially for pups thanks to the walkable downtown area, parks, trails, and 3 animal hospitals.

Capp Smith Park is the place to be for you and your pup in Watauga. The park boasts over 40 acres of lush fields, a trail system, and a pond for fishing. The looping concrete trail takes up 1.2 miles, and connects to a fishing pier, a pavilion, a playground, a fenced-in baseball field, and open fields. Dogs do have to remain on a leash, and can enjoy features like water fountains, clean-up stations, and benches.

Another dog-friendly park in the city is Foster Village Park, a place that provides recreational fields and open space to play in. There are 7 fenced-in baseball fields that fill up the park, with enclosed tennis courts and basketball courts. Grassy open fields surround the ball fields, with a creek, paved trails, a playground, a pavilion, restrooms, water fountains, benches, and picnic tables. Leashed pups will have plenty of room to play in the park and can even play in the fenced-in fields as long as no teams are playing.

Whether you're looking for a quiet area to walk Fido or a place to play in the busy area, Watauga makes sure to provide that and more for you and their four-legged residents. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Watauga

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,877/sq mi

    #1 North Watauga

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    North Watauga is a busy neighborhood filled with rows of residential homes and school districts. The park of choice for most residents is Hillview Park, and although its not on a hill, it still has a partically fenced-in field to play in. With space to play and trees to sit under, the park also offers benches, a basketball court, and a playground to enjoy. Dogs have to be on a leash, and will have access to water fountains and trash bins. For more space to play, head over to the Watauga Community Center Soccer Field. Inside the recreational area are four soccer fields, with a looping trail that extends over 1.5 miles and connects to a playground, water fountains, benches, covered picnic tables, a skatepark, and restrooms.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,494/sq mi

    #2 Denton Hwy/ Chapman Rd

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    The Denton Highway and Chapman Road neighborhood is right under the city's center, and offers a variety of retail and restaurants among residential homes. Also inside the community is BISD Park, a small recreational park with two baseball fields and a soccer field. The park is surrounded by a paved path, made from concrete that connects to a playground, basketball courts, and shaded picnic tables. Leashed dogs can enjoy water fountains, trash bins, and benches. Whenever you and your pup get hungry, you can walk over to Chef Point, an American fare restaurant with a diverse menu. The restaurant also offers a covered dog-friendly patio with water bowls for dogs.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,349/sq mi

    #3 Park Glen

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    Park Glen is a bustling neighborhood inside forth Worth, .5 miles from Watauga. The neighborhood is popular thanks to the largest park in the area, Arcadia Trail Park. The park has over 217 acres of land, with fields, dense trees, and a diverse system of trails that wind through the park. Trails consist of paved, dirt, and gravel paths that connect to a number of features like tennis courts, soccer fields, basketball courts, and a baseball field. Additionally, there are 21 picnic tables, 4 pavilions, 22 benches, 8 playground, and bike racks throughout the park. Leashed dogs are always welcome inside the park, where they will have access to water fountains, nighttime lights, clean-up stations, and trash bins.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,910/sq mi

    #4 Davis Boulevard

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    Davis Boulevard is a small neighborhood in the city of North Richland Hills, just 2.3 miles from Watauga. Check out this community's dedicated dog park of Tipps Canine Hollow Dog Park. The park has over 5 acres of land, with lots of open grassy terrain and trees, separated into areas for large and small dogs. Each area has double-gated entrances, shaded sitting areas, picnic tables, water fountains, and clean-up stations. The dog park is connected to the larger park of Northfield Park, which has multiple recreational fields like fenced-in baseball fields, enclosed tennis courts, and a basketball court. Surrounding the fields is open space, a playground, and picnic tables, available to leashed dogs who want to visit and play.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,590/sq mi

    #5 Keller City Center

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    The Keller City Center is a central community inside the city of Keller, and 2.8 miles away from Watauga. Bear Creek Park is on the southern side of the neighborhood, offering residents and visitors an open place to run, play and walk with Fido. Grassy terrain covers the open area, surrounded by a paved walkway that connects to swingsets, a playground, a pavilion, and restrooms. Leashed dogs can play and run around in the park or walk on the paved walkway, and enjoy access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins. The park connects to Apache Trail, a paved 2-mile long trail that follows along the park and throughout the neighborhood. The trail does allow leashed dogs, but remember to bring water and clean-up bags for them.
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