Strictly a residential neighborhood, the area has no dog-friendly establishments within its borders, but you can find one place just a little outside the neighborhood. Liberty Burger on Abrams and La Vista have several tables outside that welcome our furry friends.
Walking in Texas means dealing with the heat most of the time. Summer seems never-ending and with temperatures reaching into the 90s and sometimes over 100, it can even be dangerous for humans and canines! Carry water with you all the time in the summer and try walking in the early morning hours to beat the heat. Spring and fall are much more mild with just the occasional thunderstorm to hinder your daily walks.
Homes in the neighborhood have a variety of driveway placements, making it a challenging place to navigate. It would be best to keep your furry friend on a short leash and to be watchful of inattentive drivers.
This will be a sidewalk-heavy walking experience for you and your pup with the narrow sidewalks that come with an older neighborhood. The canopy of old growth trees is amazing in most of the area and will provide great shade cover in the heat of the day. Automotive traffic will be tempered by residential speed limits but you'll want to practice good pedestrian traffic rules nonethtless.
A very small park, the Dorothy and Wallace Savage Park, is a 0.1-acre space located at Parkmont and Swiss. Home to a sculpture area, this park is worth walking to, but there is not much that surrounds it as far as walking paths go.