Take a look around San Antonio and it’s clear that folks around here know how to have a good time. From the infamous River Walk to the Alamo, this muttropolis has furrific sights to see, not to mention world class shopping and dining. But it’s not just the two legged residents that know how to party. Canine citizens love to chill out at one of the dozens of dog friendly restaurants, bars, and hang out spots in San Antonio. Plus, the local pooches have access to some pretty great dog parks. Here are the top dog parks in this pawsome city.
Located right in Downtown San Antonio, this pint sized park is the pawfect place for city dogs to get some off leash exercise. At just over a half acre, it’s not the largest dog park, but it does the job. Unclip your pup’s leash and let them sniff around and stretch their four legs. Benches and water fountains are available. Just be sure to bring some clean up bags.
A trip to this dog park will definitely make your pup a happy hound. This mulch covered off leash area is located inside the well-loved Lady Bird Johnson Park. Not only does it have room for your pup to socialize, it has a furrific set of agility equipment. Your pup can race up the ramp or dart through the tunnel. A separate section for little dogs is also available.
Phil Hardberger Park is a large park with not one, but two off leash areas, for a combined total of 3.3 acres for pups to enjoy. The designated off leash areas are located on the east and west sides of the park, and have shade trees, agility equipment, water fountains, and plenty of room to run. The main area of the park is also worth checking out, just make sure your pup is on leash.
Is your pooch bursting with energy? Then it’s time for a trip to Bark Park of Alamo Heights where your beloved pup can run around to their heart’s content. Located adjacent to some community baseball fields, this one acre park is surrounded by oak trees. After romping around with their peers, your pooch can cool off at the water fountain. Be aware that this park can flood after a heavy rain.
The pups living on the northern end of town get to let off steam in this pawsome dog park. With an acre of open space, it has plenty of room for running. The bad news is you won’t find much shade at this park, so avoid bringing your pooch during summer days. The good news is the park is open until 11:00 p.m., so your pooch can romp around when the sun goes down.
Looking for a new place to take your pooch? Head on over to this one acre dog park for some off leash excitement. It’s a happening hound hang out, so your doggo can mix and mingle with their peers. If they need a challenge, guide them over to the agility equipment. After a couple runs, they can cool off in the doggy pool. Drinking water is available for pets and their parents.
This furrific park will make any dog’s tail wag. Located inside the pawsome McAllister Park, this off leash area spans 1.5 acres. Small and large breeds each have their own play areas, so dogs of all sizes can play at their own pace. The best thing about this place? The puptacular agility equipment! All the ramps, hoops, hurdles, and tubes are sure to keep your pup busy!