Family-friendly and bursting with small town charm, the community Wolfforth is a woofderful place to live or visit! This quiet town sits on the outskirts of Lubbock, so locals enjoy all the city’s shopping, restaurants, entertainment, employment opportunities and other amenities while still reveling in the slower pace of a small community. Wolfforth has some of its own fur-iendly conveniences, including two veterinarians.
Patterson Park is a pawsome Wolfforth green space you’ll love visiting with your leashed pooch! This large, grassy park has plenty of open area where you and your pup can play and roam, plus a walking path that winds around trees and near a large pond. This furrific park also has a playground, a volleyball court and covered picnic tables.
Frenship Mesa Park is another pawpular spot for dog walking in Wolfforth! This park is situated between a residential area and farmland, giving it a quiet, peaceful feel. There is a paved walking path that makes a large loop around the perimeter, plus a playground, trees, a covered picnic area and a small pond. Frenship Mesa Park has a doggie waste cleanup station, too!
With so many pawsome things to see and do, it’s easy to see why tails are always wagging in Wolfforth!
Travel just five miles from Wolfforth to Lubbock’s West End Place neighborhood and experience some furrific parks with your pooch! Clip on your pup’s leash and take a walk at this neighborhood’s Dr. Armando Duran Park. With tons of open grassy space, there’s ample room to romp, play or train with your furry friend. There’s also a paved walking path that makes a loop around this large park with a few trees and shrubs along the way. Kiddos can work off some energy on the playground, and there’s also a covered picnic area. Got a hankering for something sweet? Head to Crave a nearby fur-iendly desert bar where pups are welcome on the patio. This neighborhood is also home to McAlister Park.
Looking for a puptacular place for a stroll with your furry friend? Head to Lubbock’s Remington Park neighborhood! About six miles from Wolfforth, this area’s Jack Stevens Park is a lovely spot to get some exercise with your leashed dog. You and Fido will love walking through the wide open grassy space and around the park’s gleaming pond as it reflects the warm Texas sunshine. There are also trees, a picnic area, a playground and tennis courts at Jack Stevens Park. The neighborhood’s Remington Park is another open green space with a pond where you and your pup can wander. After you’ve worked up an appetite, grab an outdoor table at On The Border Mexican Grill and Cantina where leashed pups are welcome!
If you and Fido are craving space, visit the Melonie Park neighborhood in Lubbock! Just seven miles from Wolfforth, this neighborhood’s Leroy Elmore Park has tons of elbow room for you and your pup to spread out and enjoy some quality time together. Take a stroll in the grass with your leashed dog around the park’s large pond, or spread out a blanket beneath a shade tree and just relax. Just a few blocks away, you and your lil’ buddy can check out Kastman Park, where you’ll find a paved walking path, tennis courts, lots of trees and a playground for kiddos.
Lush grass and a quiet pond is what you’ll find in Lubbock’s Dupree Park neighborhood, about eight miles from Wolfforth! You and your furry friend will love romping and roaming in neighborhood’s namesake park’s peaceful and expansive space. The shores of the pond are dotted with mature trees that provide plenty of shade, and there are picnic tables throughout the park. For furrific eats in the Dupree Park neighborhood, check out Rudy’s BBQ! You can chow down on some delicious Texas-style brisket, ribs, chicken, turkey, sausage and other smoky favorites with your dog by your side at one of the outdoor tables.
There is tons of pawtasic fun for you and Fido in Lubbock’s Kings Park-Raintree neighborhood! About an eight-mile drive from Wolfforth, this neighborhood’s Bob and Ann Miller Park has a woofderful paved walking path that makes three loops around big open grassy lawns. The park also has a serene pond where you and your leashed pup can sit and take in the sights. Charles A. Guy Park is another nearby puptacular park where you and your pooch can stretch your legs and chill out beneath the shade of a nice tree. This neighborhood is also where you’ll find Clifford H. Andrews Park and Henry Huneke Park.