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Dog Areas in Weslaco

12 Parks
2 Trails
11 Shops
2 Eateries
3 Groomers

Weslaco is a southern town in Texas that's only 12 miles from the border of Mexico. The area has a tropical climate and has become a popular winter Texan location thanks to its year-round high temperatures. The area was named after the W.E. Stewart Land Company after it bought 90 acres to start the town in 1917. Today, the area has grown and offers multiple acres of lush, fertile parks that are dog-friendly and offer a great place to take your pup.

Head down to the Weslaco Dog Park if you're looking for a beautiful, open area to let Fido run around off leash. The park is fenced-in, with separate areas for large and small dogs, double-gated entrances, shaded sitting areas, and free balls. Additional features include dog-sized water fountains, clean-up stations, trash bins, and nighttime lights. The area sits in the larger park of Harlon Block Sports Complex, which has over 4 fenced-in baseball fields, .6 miles of paved walkways, a soccer field, a playground, and a picnic area. Dogs are welcome into the rest of the park to run around and play or take a walk, but must remain on a leash outside the dog park.

The Estero Llano Grande State Park is another amazing place to take Fido for a walk and explore the natural wetlands and marshlands that make up the area. There are 230 acres of protected land here, with a large outdoor pavilion, a 2-mile nature trail, benches, and restrooms. Dogs must remain on a leash 8 feet or shorter, and you should remember to bring your own water and clean-up bags.

Weslaco doesn't just offer a sunny and vibrant outdoor retreat, but also had 2 veterinarians and a love and compassion for its four-legged residents.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Weslaco

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,540/sq mi

    #1 Moreland Drive

    The Moreland Drive neighborhood is a suburban community east of the downtown area. Surrounded by residential homes is the Isaac D. Rodriguez Park, a large and flat park, with a grassy and sandy terrain that covers 7 acres. There are two fenced-in ball fields, scattered trees, a playground, restrooms, and a picnic pavilion. Dogs can play in the baseball fields, the open fields, or take a walk on the paved walkways. Additional features for pups include water fountains, benches, trash bins, and nighttime lights. The Southern Comfort RV Resort is a dog-friendly campground for humans and their pups inside the neighborhood. Visitors can rent out RV spot or tent spots, with permission to bring your pup in off-leash.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,379/sq mi

    #2 Paso Del Morte

    The neighborhood of Paso Del Morte is a residential community on the northeast side of town, featuring rows of residential homes. The largest park of the neighborhood is the Mayor Pablo Pena Park, which has a mixture of open fields and recreational areas. There are 3 fenced-in baseball fields, a playground, enclosed tennis courts, basketball courts, shaded sitting areas, a pavilion, a gazebo, and restrooms. Pups have plenty of room to run around in the park, along with access to a looping paved trail that extends over 1.2 miles around the park. Additional features of the park include water fountains, nighttime light, benches, clean-up bags, and trash bins.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,203/sq mi

    #3 North Weslaco


    North Weslaco is a busy neighborhood filled with residential homes, shopping centers, and home to the South Texas College. Not far from the college is Cavazos Park, a small but open park with a small field to run around and play, a paved walkway that encircles the park, a playground, swingsets, a picnic pavilion, and fenced-in basketball court. Fido has plenty of room to play in the fenced-in courts, in the open area, or to take a walk around the park while they remain on a leash. Pups also have access to additional features like water fountains, benches, and trash bins. The Monterrey Cafe is the best way to start yours and Fido's day since it offers some outdoor dog-friendly seating, and delicious coffee and complimentary water!

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,179/sq mi

    #4 McCaleb

    The neighborhood of McCaleb is a cozy community with a small area of residential homes, a school and shopping districts. The best place to walk Fido is Gibson Park, thanks to its large open area and dense forests to explore. Pups are always welcome in the park while they remain on a leash, and can enjoy plenty of areas to run around and play fetch, chew on a bone, or explore the thick woods along the dirt trails that travel throughout them. Features of the park include a playground, fenced-in tennis courts and basketball courts, water fountains, clean-up stations, a pavilion, restrooms, and shaded benches.
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    Population Density 1,586/sq mi

    #5 Midway Village Colonia

    Midway Village Colonia is a neighborhood in the southwest corner of Weslaco, taken up by some residential homes and open lands. The Las Palomas Wildlife Management Area is the main feature of the area, offering over 3,311 acres of protected land meant for hiking and hunting. The area is open year round, marking when hunting hours and days are, making it a safe and fun place to hike with your pup. Dogs are not required to be on a leash inside the area, so your pup can run around freely in the open field and explore the 2.9 miles of trails that wind through the park. You will need to remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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