Off-Leash Dog Parks in Seguin, TX

There are 2 off-leash dog parks in Seguin. 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 Seguin.

Pet Friendly Barky Park
Barky Park 2 acre off leash park located in Max Starcke Park West (in front of golf course). Double gated entries, water, benches under ancient pecan trees, small dog side (25 lbs. and under) and large dog side (25 lbs and over) See Details
Pet Friendly Love's Travel Stop
Love's Travel Stop Love's Travel Stop in Seguin, TX, is a dog-friendly gas station and rest area. Across America, you'll find Love's Travel Stops that offer facilities for traveling canines. This location has a fully-fenced dog park with a convenient waste station. See Details
New Braunfels Dog Park Dog Park hours are dawn to dusk.

Owners are legally and financially liable for damage or injury inflicted by their dog(s). The City of New Braunfels has no liability or responsibility for injuries in the dog park.

No dogs without people. Dogs must be under voice control at all times. No more than 3 dogs per human.

Watch your dogs at all times. Discourage barking and digging. If your dog digs a hole, fill it in.

Your dog must wear a collar in the park at all times with up to date annual vaccinations and licenses of New Braunfels visible. No spike, prong or pinch collars.

Your dog must be leashed to and from the parking area.

Clean up after your dog and dispose of waste materials properly.

No contagious or aggressive dogs. Do not let your dog mount other dogs. Watch for signs of aggression. If your dog becomes aggressive leave the park immediately.

No dogs in heat. Closely monitor un-neutered males.

Dogs must be over 4 months old.

Bring children at your own risk. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

No smoking, alcohol, glass containers, bicycles, rollerblades, skateboards, other animals, or toys (including play pools) allowed in the park.

No dog or human food, except for training purposes in the agility area.

Commercial/professional dog training is not allowed, unless approved by the Parks and Recreation Department. If approved, 20% of gross sales will be remitted to the City.
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Cypress Bend Park This gem of a park is relatively undiscovered, meaning you'll have plenty of space to soak up the quiet with your four-legged friend. Pets welcome on-leash. See Details