Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Spicewood, TX

There are 2 dog friendly hiking trails in Spicewood. 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 Spicewood.

Pet Friendly Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area
Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area in Spicewood, TX, is pet friendly. The area features nearly 10 miles of trails, as well as scenic lake views, secluded campsites and picnic areas. Dogs must be leashed and cleaned up after during their visit to Muleshoe Bend. Dog owners can check out its website for more information on admission price, camping, and rental of facilities and equipment. See Details
Pet Friendly Pace Bend Park
Pace Bend Park Pace Bend Park in Spicewood, TX, is pet friendly. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you for a hike on miles of hiking trails. Enjoy views of Lake Travis and explore the Hill Country beauty. See Details
Inks Lake State Park Bring Fido to the popular, dog-friendly Inks Lake State Park in Burnet, TX. You both can enjoy backpacking and hiking in the beautiful Texas wilderness. Dogs must be leashed at all times on leashes no longer than 6 feet long. There is a fee per person to enter the park. See Details
Pedernales Falls State Park Spend the day with your furry best friend at the dog-friendly Pedernales Falls State Park in Johnson City, TX. You and Fido can enjoy hiking along the 7-mile Wolf Mountain Trail as it winds along the canyons created by the Mescal and Tobacco Creeks. There's also a duck pond, a quarter-mile nature trail to a scenic overlook, and a wheelchair-accessible wildlife viewing station. As in all Texas state parks, dogs must be kept leashed at all times on leashes no longer than 6 feet. See Details
Longhorn Cavern State Park Fido is welcome on above-ground hiking trails at Longhorn Cavern State Park, a dog-friendly attraction in Burnet, TX. Leashed pets can accompany you on scenic paths and in shaded picnic areas, but are not permitted to enter the cavern or park buildings. Pets must be supervised at all times and cannot be left unattended in vehicles. Developed in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, Longhorn Cavern State Park exhibits some of the best examples of historic architecture and invites visitors to marvel at the striking underground cavern. See Details