Located along Highway 6 in West Houston, the Congressman Bill Archer Dog Park boasts various amenities to keep your pup's tail wagging. This park boasts 14 acres for large pups, and 3 acres for small canines. Both fenced sections contain agility courses, bone-shaped pools, and walking trails. Note that this park does get muddy sometimes, but there are wash stations for cleaning your doggo up before you leave!
The Danny Jackson Dog Park is one of the most pawpular off-leash areas in H-Town. With two swimming ponds to splash around in, this park attracts water-loving canines, especially on the weekends! For pups who would rather stay dry, there's plenty of room to run around and burn off energy. This furrific park also features a separate area for small dogs, a walking path, fire hydrants, drinking fountains, pet waste stations, and shaded benches for dog parents.
Named after former President Bush's dog, the Millie Bush Bark Park is an expansive, fenced-in site where your pooch can enjoy endless leash-free fun! Spanning nearly 9 acres, this park includes large and small dog areas, swimming ponds, a walking path, and doggie showers. Water fountains and pick-up bags are also available. Whether your pup needs to stretch their legs or wants to go doggie paddling, they'll have a woofderful time at the Millie Bush Bark Park!
Tucked in the southwest corner of Levy Park, this dog park is a great place for Fido to make new friends in the city's Greenway neighborhood! Both large and small dog sections are secured with fences and double gates, so you can relax on a shaded bench as your doggo plays on the turf-covered mounds with their fellow canines. Afterwards, you and your pooch can take a leashed walk around Levy Park.
If you and Fido find yourselves in Houston's Oak Forest area, be sure to bring your best friend to the TC Jester Dog Park for some off-leash fun! Located outside Loop 610, this 1.08-acre space offers two enclosures where large and small dogs can run and play to their heart's content. Benches provide places for dog parents to sit while their furry charges burn off energy, and drinking fountains are at the ready to rehydrate thirsty pups!
Your pawsome pal will find plenty of room to stretch their legs at this fenced-in green space in East Houston! Spanning over 12 acres, the Maxey Park Bark and Run Park offers separate enclosures for big and small pooches, drinking fountains, a doggie shower, benches, and shade trees around the perimeter. The entrance is even triple-gated for extra security! Pick-up bags are not supplied, so remember to bring your own!
Set in historic downtown, Market Square Park is not only a hub for dining, entertainment, and art, but it's also a furrific spot to spend a beautiful day with your pooch! Fido is welcome to join you for a leashed stroll around the site and to romp unfettered in one of the two fenced dog runs. Surrounded by a lit crescent walkway, both dog runs contain water features, doggie drinking fountains, and benches for the pup parents.
If your pup needs an off-leash break in the city's Museum District, unclip their leash in the designated dog zone at Ervan Chew Park! The first neighborhood park in Houston to establish an off-leash area for canine citizens, Ervan Chew offers a 9,000-square-foot enclosure where Fido can get some exercise and make new friends. Drinking fountains for humans and puppers are available, but you'll have to bring your own doggie waste bags!