27 Jul Top 10 Dog Parks in Austin
Top 10 Dog Parks in Austin
Here are some great parks in Austin that you can explore along with your dogs during a boring day at home.
10. Norwood Estate Dog Park
1009 Edgecliff Terrace, Austin, TX 78704
Norwood Estate Dog Park is a fenced-in, accessible, centrally-located dog park that gives you good accessibility to nearby parking areas and a tree-lined spot to let your dog run free. Well-behaved dogs may wander and play off-leash. However, it needs to be within your sight with proper verbal control. Since high-speed roadways surround it, see to it that your dogs stay on the leash when coming to and going from the area.
9. Emma Long Metropolitan Park
1600 City Park Rd. Austin, TX 78730
Emma Long Metropolitan Park is one of the biggest parks within Austin, providing outdoor camping sites, lake front swimming and much more. Keep your doggies on the leash when while you explore the huge park.
8. Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park
12138 N Lamar Blvd Austin, TX 78758
Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park is found in far north Austin, just a little to the west of IH-35. You can find two entry ways towards the park. The east park entry way is on Lamar Blvd. and the north entry is from Willow Wild Drive. Whichever entrance you select, park in the area close to the swimming pool. Leash free region between Old Cedar Lane, Walnut Creek as well as the eastern and west park fences
7. Barton Creek Greenbelt
3755 S Capital of Texas Hwy. Austin, TX 78704
This famous Greenbelt follows a creek while offering about 7 miles of hiking and hill biking trails. Enjoy rock climbing on their tall limestone cliffs and go swimming during summer. Here a leash is needed for all domestic pets.
6. Georgetown Bark Park
151 S Holly St. Georgetown, TX 78626
The Georgetown Bark Park is situated on Holly Street just north of East 7th Street within Georgetown. It is roughly six acres of a fenced-in region that rests under the shade of a bunch of tall pecan trees. The park comes with an agility course, lots of car parking, accessibility to water hoses to clean your dog off, and area to wander around.
5. Round Rock Dog Depot
800 Deerfoot Dr. Round Rock, TX 78664
This park is divided into three fenced-in places. You will find covered tables and benches where you can enjoy a family picnic along with your furry friend. Plus there are also water features, agility gear that you can use. You may also enjoy the playground, basketball and volleyball courts that are situated outside the dog park.
4. Harris Ridge Dog Park (aka Northtown Dog Park of Pflugerville)
14400 Harris Ridge Blvd. Pflugerville, TX 78660
The Harris Ridge Dog Park is situated within the approximately 50 acres Stoney Creek Park. This dog park is split up into two fenced-in sides: one for tiny dogs and one for bigger dogs. Here, you and your dogs will surely enjoy the beautiful landscape and the shade of trees along with other facilities located outside of the dog park like the biking and running trails and more.
3. Red Bud Isle
3401 Redbud Trail, Austin, TX 78746
Red Bud Isle is a well-known leash-free dog park in Austin. Here you can enjoy fishing, biking, swimming and more in their over 13 acres park situated off Redbud Trail close to the Tom Miller Dam. You and your dog/s have so much to enjoy here especially on their large fields, well-preserved trails, shady trees, and tree-lined shore.
2. Auditorium Shores at Town Lake
900 W Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78704, USA
Within this recreation area, in the middle of the famous Lamar Road Pedestrian Bridge and the South 1st Street Bridge, locate the dog park. It includes a huge, off-leash, partly fenced region for your furry friends to run free. There are also restaurants near the park situated at the South to Barton Springs Road.
1. Cedar Bark Park at Veterans Memorial Park
2525 W New Hope Dr, Cedar Park, TX 78613
The park wraps around a hillside embellished with a memorial to military veterans. The park itself features several facilities like amphitheater, family marine facility, playgrounds, pavilion, basketball and tennis courts. The dog park covers 5 acres and is divided into three fenced-in portions. Parking is not really a problem here so you can come even during peak hours.