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Dog Areas in Wyldwood

Wyldwood or Wildwood? That’s the million-dollar question! The small Texas town has two different highway signs. One sign spells it “Wyldwood.” The other spells it “Wildwood.” We’re going to go with Wyldwood. The town is located about 20 miles outside of Austin, allowing it to serve as a small bedroom community for the larger city. If you’re looking for a quirky town, look no further. You’ve found it! For example, the town of Wyldwood was first formed in the 1980s, which means that one of the town’s historic artifacts is actually a broken-down fuel truck from the 1970s. We don’t know about you, but we think that’s pretty nifty!

When it comes to being dog-friendly, Wyldwood isn’t the best option, but you shouldn’t let that stop you from coming. There’s actually plenty to do with Fido within a 30-minute drive, including dog parks and dog-friendly restaurants. The closest veterinarian clinic to Wyldwood is about ten minutes away, so you won’t have to travel too far to get care for a sick or injured pet.

While Wyldwood might not be the best place to go if you’re looking for historic sites, it is a great option for your dog as long as you don’t mind a short drive!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wyldwood

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    Population Density 128/sq mi

    #1 Historic Bastrop

    Bastrop's Bark Park is only about 11 miles from Wyldwood, and it's just one of many dog parks in the area that we're sure Fido will fall head over paws for! The large park is divided into two separate sections, with one being for small dogs and the other being for large dogs. On especially hot days, your dog will love going for a dip in one of the kiddie pools provided by the park. If your dog isn't a swimmer and prefers running around, that's no problem. Bark Park has several auto-filling water bowls to keep your pup cooled off.
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    Population Density 128/sq mi

    #2 Tahitian Village

    Chances are that your furry friend loves going for walks, and if you're looking for somewhere new to explore together, make sure to try Bastrop State Park! There are over seven miles of hiking trails winding through the woods here, and Fido is welcome to join you on any of the trails. You'll want to make sure they stay on a leash that's no longer than six feet. Wildlife is known to explore the park, and letting your pup get too far ahead of you increases their chance of running into a critter or two. Make sure to bring plenty of water and waste baggies!
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    Population Density 4,851/sq mi
    Norwood Estates Dog Park is located about 20 miles from Wyldwood, and we're sure that your playful pal will have a pawesome time here! This spacious bark park has plenty of room for your dog to enjoy some off-leash exercise, all while playing with their new friends. There's a separate section for dogs on the smaller side, so you can rest easy knowing your pooch is safely playing with dogs their own size. Locals do warn that, since this dog park is mostly surfaced with mulch and dirt, it can get quite muddy after a rain; you might want to bring along a towel or two.
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    Population Density 3,570/sq mi

    #4 Seaholm District

    Chances are that your dog doesn't care too much about the view from the dog park, but a good view is a bonus for dog moms and dads! Auditorium Shores Off-Leash Park sits right beside the Colorado River, so you can enjoy the views while Fido enjoys playing with their new pals! It's a win-win! You should be aware that this dog park is not fenced-in, so you'll want to keep a close eye on your dog. If they don't come when called, this bark park might not be the best option for you and your pup. It's about 30 minutes away from Wyldwood.
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    Population Density 3,424/sq mi
    Just over 30 minutes from Wyldwood, Clarksville's West Austin Dog Park awaits you and your pooch. Locals boast that this bark park is pawsitively perfect for both dogs and owners, as everyone's very welcoming to new visitors. Here, your pup can get some off-leash exercise while playing with a wide variety of pups. There's no separate section for smaller dogs, though, so if your pup tends to play too ruff, you might want to keep that in mind. Water is provided for your dog, but it's on you to bring waste bags to clean up after Fido. No one likes a dirty park!
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