The Abilene Kampgrounds of America (KOA) Park opens its doors to dogs as well as humans. However, they (the dogs) must be kept on a leash not less than six feet when they are outside your vehicle. Do remember that the dog park is located inside the campground, so you have to be a camper to be able to bring your dog here. Located on the west side of Abilene on I-20, take I-20, exit 282, and you will see the campground on the south frontage road, right next to the Motel 6.
Dogs of all sizes are allowed, and the park does not charge additional fees for them, but there are camping fees. Your dog can be left unattended for a short period and only if they are well-behaved and quiet. The park does have a fenced area for off-leash dogs, but there are a few breed restrictions. Dogs are allowed in the camping and tent areas, as well as the camping cabins.
Campers who have dogs will be pleased to know that there is dog walk area in the campground. There are restrooms in the area, so you need not worry if you need to use the toilet. Some of the facilities in the camp which people can enjoy are the horseshoe pits, pool, basketball court, playground, zoological gardens, paramount theatre, adventure cove, and golf club, to name a few. There is something for everyone in the family, not just for your beloved canine.
Abilene was established in 1881 and is one of the five most essential districts in Texas. The place offers an abundance of adventure experienced from rodeos to concerts, as well as a variety of festivals, all year round. The park has an entrance fee of $5 per adult. People who own Texas Parkland Passports can enter the park grounds for free.