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North Central Heritage is a residential suburban neighborhood on the north side of San Antonio, Texas. The community is a 30-minute commute from the downtown core. There are no commercial areas within the district boundaries, however, some commercial activity is located in an adjacent neighborhood. These businesses with restaurants, shops, and services can be reached with a short trip by vehicle.  

A pet store is located in the commercial area to the northwest of North Central Heritage where you can pick up a toy or treat for your pup. 

When walking your dog in North Central Heritage, you do not have to contend with frigid weather, but heat can be an issue. In summer months, the mercury soars during the midday and humid conditions can make long walks uncomfortable. To avoid heat-related illnesses, walk at cooler times of the day and pack a water supply for you and your pet. You should also be aware that severe thunderstorms occur in the area. Take shelter when these dangerous storms occur. 

Terrain in North Central Heritage
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North Central Heritage is a roughly rectangular neighborhood bordered by Jones Maltsberger Road on the southeast, a green space on the southwest, and Norland Street on the northeast. The terrain is relatively level with only some gentle inclines and no steep grades, so it is not difficult for pets and people to walk around.  

The area is predominantly comprised of single-family detached dwellings situated on attractively landscaped properties. There are mature shade trees in yards that provide some shade in the region. 

Most residential streets have separate sidewalks for pedestrians and their pups to stroll on and you don't have to share the road with traffic in the community. There are natural green spaces on the west and south of the community which adds to the relaxed suburban feel of the region. Because the area does not have many thru-roads, traffic in the region is limited to local vehicles, which makes the area quieter and safer. 

Greenways in North Central Heritage
Neighborhoods in San Antonio have an average of:
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North Central Heritage canines can enjoy the 976-acre McAllister Park which is suited on the south side of the district. This park has 15 miles of trails, five miles of asphalt, and ten miles of unpaved trails which interconnect. The trails are used by joggers and cyclists and you must keep your pet leashed on the paths. Local wildlife can disturb or distract your pet, so keep your dog under control and be prepared to clean up after them. 

The McAllister Park contains a 1.5-acre off-leash dog area where your dog can play loose. The off-leash area is enclosed, but there are no separate areas for large and small dogs. If that is an issue for your pet, visit the off-leash area away from peak hours when there are fewer dogs present. There is a water supply and agility obstacles in the park to make it more enjoyable. Your dog should be well socialized and supervised in this area.

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