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Dog Areas in West Lake Hills

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West Lake Hills is a city of more than 3,000 people in Travis County, Texas. Considered a suburb of Austin, there are countless amenities nearby and plenty of things to do. The scenic homes, yards, and parks in West Lake Hills are a testament to the city's commitment to preserving the natural beauty of the area. West Lake Hills has more than 40 miles of public streets you can walk with your dog, and there are several off-leash dog parks just a short drive away. 

If you're looking for something with a slower pace than an exciting trip to an off-leash dog park, there are a few dog-friendly restaurants in West Lake Hills where you can kick back with your pooch and enjoy a delicious meal. Visconti Ristorante and Bar is located in the Hotel Granduca Austin in the western part of the city. Doggie diners are welcome at the outdoor tables. Visconti serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and its dishes include authentic Italian cuisine made with fresh, local ingredients. For breakfast, you can choose from dishes like Eggs Bruschetta or Lemon-Ricotta pancakes, and for dinner, you have options like Grilled Gulf Shrimp or Spinach-Ricotta Gnocchi. 

Whether it's grabbing a bite to eat, exploring the tree-lined streets, or making a trip to an off-leash park, you and your dog will both love the West Lake Hills area!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Lake Hills

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    Population Density 57/sq mi

    #1 Brookfield Estates

    Pflugerville, Texas is about 15 miles northeast of West Lake Hills, and in the southeastern portion of the city, you'll find the Harris Ridge Dog Park. In addition to big and small dog areas, there is agility equipment in the park and a variety of terrain for your dog to explore. For added security, there's a double-gated entry system to the park, and there is also a water fountain and doggy bags for your convenience. Be advised: the water fountain is outside of the park's fence, so you'll want to bring a bowl so you can bring water in with you. Outside of the off-leash area, there are gravel paths, a disc golf course, and other park features you can enjoy.
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    Population Density 2,764/sq mi

    #2 Hur Industrial Park

    The city of Cedar Park, Texas is about 25 miles north of West Lake Hills. Near the northwestern Cedar Park area called Hur Industrial Park, there's a pawesome dog park. Cedar Bark Park is a five-acre off-leash park that includes a separate area just for little dogs, a general area for all dogs, and a third section with a pond for dogs who enjoy the water. There are also water fountains and waste disposal stations throughout the park. Your dog can play on agility equipment here as well, and if they happen to get messy, there's even a doggy bathing station you can use!
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    Population Density 4,698/sq mi

    #3 Clarksville

    The Clarksville neighborhood near downtown Austin is only four miles from West Lake Hills. Clarksville is also home to the West Austin Dog Park, and you won't want to miss it! This off-leash dog park is one large area where dogs of all sizes play together, and it includes a water spigot and waste disposal items, as well as different levels dogs can explore. The park surrounding the off-leash park is dog-friendly, but your dog must be leashed. In the other areas of the park, there are several amenities, including a pool that's open in the summer, playgrounds, and plenty of green space.
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    Population Density 1,858/sq mi

    #4 Rogers

    The Round Rock Dog Depot in Round Rock, Texas is just 20 miles north of West Lake Hills near the central Round Rock neighborhood known as Rogers. This 1.85-acre off-leash dog park has three sections: one for big dogs, one for small dogs, and a third section that's closed on a rotating schedule to allow the grass to regrow. There's a whole bunch of agility equipment in the park that your dog will love, and you'll also find drinking water, shade, and waste disposal items. You'll also appreciate the entry system the park has implemented to make it difficult for dogs to escape!
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    Population Density 5,788/sq mi

    #5 Travis Heights

    Travis Heights is a historic neighborhood in Austin, Texas just south of downtown, and it's only six miles from West Lake Hills. Travis Heights is home to the Norwood Estates Dog Park, and this off-leash park includes a separate area for small dogs, as well as a general area for dogs of all sizes with plenty of shade for hot days. Volunteers work hard to keep this park clean, and visitors love how well-maintained it is. If you'd like to go for a leashed walk with your dog, this dog park is part of the Town Lake Trail -- more than 2.6 million people visit this trail every year!
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