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Dog Friendly Activities in Arlington, TX

There are 4 dog friendly activities in Arlington, and 73 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Arlington.

Pet Friendly Tails N' Trails Dog Park
Tails N' Trails Dog Park Pet owners rave about this lovely off-leash dog park, which is fully fenced with drinking water and both wooded and open areas. See Details
Pet Friendly T.J. Maxx
T.J. Maxx T.J. Maxx in Arlington is pet-friendly. You'll find top brands at low prices on the shelves of this clothing and home supplies store. Bring your leashed dog along to sniff out the best deals on offer. They are open Monday through Saturday from 9:30am to 9:30pm and Sunday from 11:00am to 8:00pm. See Details
Rush Creek Dog Park Rush Creek Dog Park is a gated community park with separate areas for large and small dogs. Rush Creek features 5.3 acres of fenced paddocks, benches, shaded areas, water fountains, two parking lots, and lighting. Dog owners are allowed three dogs per visit, must clean up after their pets, and must keep their pet on a leash until they are inside the double-gated entry. Rush Creek Dog Park is open from 5am to 10pm. It is closed on Wednesdays until 12pm for maintenance. See Details
Cravens Park Pets are welcome to join you on-leash at Arlington's Cravens Park, a great spot for a run or a bike ride. See Details
Hop and Sting Brewing Co. The beer garden at Hop and Sting Brewing Co. in Grapevine is a hit among local dog owners who love craft beer. They brew high quality, small batch, craft ales and lagers available on draft and in cans to take home with you. Your pooch might even make a new friend at the brewery. Dixon has been accompanying one of the brewers, Brian, into work ever since he was rescued. Dogs are allowed inside and out as no food is served on the premises. See Details
NorthBark Dog Park NorthBark Dog Park offers over 22 acres of dog-friendly, off-leash space for you and your pup to enjoy. Features include separate areas for small and large dogs, open space, shaded areas, walking trails, picnic tables, pond, dog shower, human and doggie water stations, restrooms, and more. See Details
Freedom Dog Park Freedom Dog Park is a private park for the residents of Trophy Club. It features a dedicated training area, 2 shade structures and benches, and an agility course. There are separate areas for small dogs (35 lbs or less) and large dogs. See Details
Hound Mound Dog Park Hound Mound Dog Park in Flower Mound features several large fenced in areas for dog owners to bring their canines to play and socialize. The park has separate areas for small and large dogs, and amenities include natural shade, hybrid Bermuda turf, irrigation, seating areas with water fountains, trash receptacles, pet waste stations, landscaping, and 40 parking spaces. The Hound Mound is open from 7 am to dusk, and is closed on Wednesday. See Details
Lost Oak Winery Lost Oak Winery is a dog-friendly winery in Burleson, TX, offering wine tastings and tours. Leashed dogs are also welcome along the trails throughout the vineyard. Enjoy a picnic in the picturesque setting with one of their charcuterie boards paired with an award-winning wine. See Details
Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve Leashed pets are welcome on the hiking trails at Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve in Dallas. The preserve offers 600 acres and features native trees, grasses, and wildflowers along with picnic areas and a butterfly gardens. See Details
Central Bark Grand Prairie Dog Park at Veterans Park Central Bark Grand Prairie Dog Park at Veterans Park in Grand Prairie, TX, allows you to bring your pet to play off-leash. The park features three separate, fenced-in areas: one for small dogs and two for larger pets. See Details
Trinity Park Pets are welcome on-leashes on the extensive walking trails of this Fort Worth park. Most of the trails are paved. See Details
Wag Wag is a boutique and bakery for Fido and his people! Wag is family owned and operated and prides itself on personalized service. Carrying a wide variety of products from unique collars and leashes to healthy dog food, Wag will ensure your pal will look great while feeling great too! See Details
Gateway Ball Dog Park This off-leash dog park has separate areas for small and large dogs, picnic stations, human and dog watering fountains, and waste bags. See Details
Atwoods Atwoods is a dog-friendly ranch and home store in Waxahachie, TX. Your leashed dog is welcome to join you in-store to scour the aisles for your favorite rows of outdoor recreation supplies, hunting supplies, gardening tools, or their famous Country Market. See Details
Maple Branch Craft Brewery Maple Branch Craft Brewery is a pet-friendly brewery in Fort Worth, TX. Producing quality, small-batch craft beer, it's a place for beer lovers to sample some excellent beverages with their well-behaved pups alongside them. See Details
Lowe's Home Improvement Lowe's Home Improvement is dog-friendly. Your pooch can join you as you wander the aisles of household supply items, things for your garden, and perhaps a few items for your pooch too. Lowe's Home Improvement is open Monday through Saturday from 6am to 10pm and Sunday from 8am to 8pm. See Details
Bark Park at Bear Creek Park Bark Park at Bear Creek Park is a safe and fun space for Fido located in Grapevine, TX. The Bark Park features enclosed off-leash areas, known as paddocks, which accommodate dog-friendly activities and cater to dogs of different sizes. Fido is sure to enjoy the all-weather area with a motion-activated splash pad and agility course. The site also has a dog washing station, water fountains, and shade structures. Dogs must be unleashed inside the park and pinch, prong, or spiked collars must be removed. The area designated for large dogs is open to those exceeding 25lbs. Similarly, the area open to small dogs should be reserved for dogs weighing less than 25lbs. See Details
Mans Best Field Dog Park Mans Best Field Dog Park is a dog-friendly enclosed area for Fido to play and socialize in Mansfield, TX. The park is open to visitors from dawn until dusk but closes each Tuesday for routine maintenance. Visitors do not need to be a resident of Mansfield to visit the park, however, all dogs must be registered with the City of Mansfield. Mans Best Field Dog Park is a beautiful 7 acre space comprising of four enclosed "paddocks" which open on a rotating basis. Fido can enjoy off-leash exercise in a wooded area offering natural shade. Mans Best Field Dog Park has a designated enclosed area specifically welcoming dogs under 40lbs. See Details
Hobby Lobby Take Fido along as you shop for seasonal crafts at Hobby Lobby, a dog-friendly chain store with a location in Fort Myers Worth, TX. Leashed and well-behaved dogs are welcome. Hobby Lobby sells fabric, ornaments, paints, decorations, cushions, photo frames and beautiful pieces for your home. Items within the aisles might be delicate or breakable, so keep Fido close to you when browsing. See Details
Dog Park at Lewisville Railroad Park BringFido to play off-leash at the Dog Park at Lewisville Railroad Park in Lewisville, TX. The park features a 5-acre area for large dogs, and a separate 1-acre area of small dogs. There are also waste disposal stations, a wash station, drinking and watering fountains, and covered seating for dog owners. The park is closed on Thursdays for maintenance. See Details
Tipps Canine Hollow at Northfield Park Tipps Canine Hollow provides a safe environment for pet owners to unleash their dogs and let them exercise and socialize freely without disrupting the activities of others. The park includes a 2-acre fenced area for large dogs and 1-acre fenced area for small dogs. The park also offers water stations, dog waste stations, plenty of open space to run, and shady areas for relaxing. See Details
Horseshoe Trail Along the south side of Grapevine Lake, take your pet for a walk on paved trails. See Details
Fort Worth Stockyards Bring your canine compadre to the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District for a taste of the Old West. From the original brick walkways to the wooden corrals, every inch of the Stockyards tells the true history of Texas’s famous livestock industry. Leashed dogs are welcome to watch the daily cattle drives as long as they remain under control. See Details