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Dog Areas in Windcrest

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Windcrest is a small town outside of San Antonio in Texas. Its charms attract dog-lovers looking to visit the larger city. It also has a thriving population all its own that gets to enjoy what Windcrest has to offer every day. Only one vet calls the small city of Windcrest home, but that’s no reason to worry; next door San Antonio has a dozen vets and 24-hour animal hospitals so your dog always has access to great care.

Start your stay in Windcrest off on the right foot with lunch or dinner at the location’s Buffalo Wild Wings, where a large patio means your dog can join you for a tasty meal. Just be sure to call ahead during peak hours so they can save you a table!

If you’ve had a long day, head back to your dog friendly hotel to take a load off. Drury Inn & Suites San Antonio Northeast in Windcrest for a small pet fee allows you to bring more than one dog into the room, so all your pawsome pals can come. Make Windcrest your base camp for visiting the whole San Antonio area, or make it a destination all on its own. Flexibility is the name of the game in Windcrest.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Windcrest

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    Population Density 5,483/sq mi

    #1 Windcrest City Center

    Whether you live in the area or you are just passing through, Windcrest’s Takas Park is the perfect place to visit with the entire family, including the four-legged members. It features walking and jogging trails along the Rosales Creek, as well as a playground for your two-legged kids to enjoy. Shade shelters are also available to help you stay cool on hot summer days. There is also a scenic pond surrounded by a concrete path. Benches, trash receptacles and dog stations are located around the pond’s perimeter. There is plenty of shade, and the pond is kept stocked with several species of fish.
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    Population Density 1,535/sq mi

    #2 Windy Hollow


    Windcrest’s Windy Hollow neighborhood is located just south of Takas Park, and is home to the end of one of the area’s most beautiful trails. The trail, thanks to a grant from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, runs from this neighborhood all the way to Takas Park. When your dog needs to get out and stretch his legs, take him for a walk along the trail and enjoy its bridges and benches along the way. Whether you take a quick jaunt or a leisurely stroll, both you and your dog will enjoy spending time on this scenic trail.

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    Population Density 1,730/sq mi

    #3 West Windcrest

    If you’re traveling along Interstate 410 on the west side of Windcrest and need a place to spend the night with your canine companion, stop at Drury Inn & Suites San Antonio Northeast. This highly rated hotel welcomes up to two pets of any size for an additional fee per night. Pets must be crated or leashed when outside the room. Well-behaved, quiet dogs may be left unattended in your room for up to 30 minutes, except between the hours of 10 pm and 8 am. There is a large lawn to let your furry travelmate stretch his legs.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 39,453/sq mi

    #4 Northcliff


    Schertz, Texas is located just 9 miles northeast of Windcrest, and it’s definitely worth the short drive. This area’s Northcliff neighborhood is home to the popular Schertz Dog Park. Located behind the Schertz Fire Department, this quiet dog park is a peaceful retreat for pups and their parents. The park only spans about half an acre, but is fully fenced-in to give your dog an area to run and play off-leash. With separate areas for large and small dogs, pets of all sizes can feel safe while playing. Benches provide dog lovers with a place to rest while their dogs frolic. The dog park is open from dusk to dawn daily.

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 20,359/sq mi

    #5 Pat Booker Rd / E Langley Blvd


    If you are looking for a place to have a tail-wagging good time with your canine companion, head to Universal City’s Pat Booker Rd / E Langley Blvd neighborhood. Located just over 6 miles northeast of Windcrest, this area is home to the Universal City Dog Park. This park features separate areas for large and small dogs. A walking path is located inside the large dog area. There are also two large watering stations and a doggy playhouse. The park is fenced in for safe off-leash play, and there are benches and picnic tables where pet parents can relax and watch their dogs. Trees scattered throughout the park offer ample shade for sunny days.

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