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Dog Areas in Waxahachie

18 Parks
1 Trail
7 Eateries

In the suburban town of Waxahachie, you’ll find lots of great things to do with your dog. This Texas town has tons of parks that welcome dogs, an extensive trail system where you can walk your pup, dog-friendly restaurants, and three great veterinary clinics.

If you want to take a long on-leash walk with your dog, the Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail is perfect for you. This six-mile trail goes from Lions Park to Getzendaner Park. It follows Waxahachie Creek for most of the way, providing amazing views. You’ll also pass by the Waxahachie Rodeo Arena and the historic Rogers Street Bridge. Bring water and doggy bags, and have a great time walking this trail with your pup.

Crawford Memorial Park is another fun place to hike with your dog. This park is about 30 miles from Waxahachie in Dallas, and it features a popular two-mile loop trail. On your walk, you’ll pass by beautiful wooded areas and a lovely creek. Your pup will love strolling on this flat and paved trail.

With its many dog-friendly parks and restaurants, Waxahachie has tons to offer every dog. You’ll always be able to find fun things to do with your pooch here!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Waxahachie

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    Population Density 2,281/sq mi

    #1 Grand Avenue


    This Waxahachie neighborhood is home to Getzendaner Park, which welcomes dogs on-leash. Here, you and your pup can go for a walk on paved fitness trails that wind through the whole 33-acre park. If you want to go for a longer walk, you can also pick up the Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail here. Bring some doggy bags with you, and have a pawesome time walking in this park. After the park, continue the fun with lunch at College Street Pub. This pub welcomes dogs on its back patio, and serves classic English pub fare, including fish and chips, bangers and mash, and Shepherd’s pie. 

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    Population Density 608/sq mi

    #2 Clark Lane


    If you’re looking for another pawesome place to walk your dog on-leash, head over to Chapman Park. This 13-acre park has a mile-long paved path that’s perfect for leisurely strolls with your dog. As you go along the path, you’ll pass by open fields, groves of trees, and beautiful footbridges. Bring water and doggy bags for your pup, and have a great time exploring this Waxahachie park. If all that walking makes you hungry, head over to Schlotzsky’s with your dog. Here, you can enjoy deli sandwiches, wraps, salads, and flatbreads at Schlotzsky’s dog-friendly outdoor tables.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,358/sq mi

    #3 Belt Line Road


    Want to spend the day hiking with your dog? Head over to Dallas’ Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve. This stunning 600-acre preserve is about 26 miles from Waxahachie, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. While you're here, you can explore the preserve’s nine miles of hiking trails that go through forests filled with native trees. If you’re looking for a long hike, check out the 1.9-mile Cedar Brake Trail, which goes through the southern part of the preserve. Or, if you just want to take a short trek, hop onto the 0.5-mile Possumhaw Trail. Whichever trail you choose, you’re sure to have a fun time hiking with your dog in this woof-derful preserve.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 7,629/sq mi

    #4 Deep Ellum


    Deep Ellum is home to a popular off-leash area, Bark Park Central. Located 30 miles from Waxahachie, this dog park offers one large fenced-in area for dogs to play in. It has shaded areas to keep your pup cool on those hot Texas days, and there are also doggy water fountains if they get thirsty. Doggie showers are also available just in case your buddy gets a little muddy. If you want to grab a bite to eat with your dog after the dog park, check out Allgood Café. This casual café has a number of dog-friendly outdoor tables, and serves all-American fare and Tex-Mex dishes. Bring your dog their own tasty treat, and enjoy digging into hearty plates of huevos rancheros, Frito pie, Texas chili, and more.

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    Population Density 4,054/sq mi

    #5 Southeast Arlington


    Southeast Arlington is home to another popular off-leash area, Tails n’ Trails Dog Park. This dog park is 29 miles from Waxahachie, and it offers separate areas for large and small dogs. Both areas have large fields with plenty of space for your dog to frolic and play. Behind the fenced area, there are beautiful nature trails through the woods you can explore with your pup off-leash. If your dog gets thirsty after all of that walking, doggy water fountains are available. For a special treat after the dog park, bring your pup over to Starbucks and order them a puppuccino. Enjoy your drinks at Starbuck’s five dog-friendly outdoor tables.

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