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33 Dog Parks In San Antonio With Free Admission

by | Apr 21, 2020 | Texas Pet Blog, Dog Parks

  • Brackenridge Park
  • Comanche Lookout Park
  • Medina Natural Area
  • McAllister Park
  • Eisenhower Park
  • Government Canyon State Natural Area
  • Bark Park of Alamo Heights
  • Nani Falcone Dog Park
  • Hardberger Park East
  • Hardberger Park West
  • Historic Pearl Dog Park
  • Lady Bird Johnson Dog Park
  • Madison Square Dog Park
  • Panther Springs Dog Park
  • Pearsall Dog Park
  • Tom Slick Dog Park
  • Southside Lions Dog Park
  • Travis Dog Park
  • Woodlawn Lake Dog Park
  • Rebecca Creek Whiskey Bark Park
  • Westcreek Dog Park
  • Raymond Russell Park
  • Orsinger Park
  • Universal City Dog Park
  • MWD Nemo Memorial Dog Park
  • Bamberger Park
  • O. P. Schnabel Park
  • Maverick Park
  • Gilbert Garza Park
  • Schertz Dog Park
  • Braun Ridge Off Leash Dog Park
  • New Territories Park
  • Whiskey Bark Park at Rebecca Creek Distillery

Take a look at the off-leash Dog Parks in San Antonio

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Dog Parks In San Antonio With Free Admission

The Bark Park of Alamo Heights
103 La Jara Blvd, Alamo Heights, TX 78209

Lady Bird Johnson Dog Park
10700 Nacogdoches, SATX 78217

Madison Square Dog Park
400 Lexington, San Antonio, TX 78215

McAllister Park Dog Park
8418 Buckhorn Rd, San Antonio, TX 78247

Nani Falcone Park Dog Park
8716 Mystic Park, San Antonio, TX 78254

New Territories Dog Park
9023 Bowen, San Antonio, TX 78250

Panther Springs Park Dog Park
22635 Wilderness Oak, San Antonio, TX 78260

The Park at Pearl Dog Spot Dog Park
The Historic Pearl, 602 Avenue A, San Antonio, TX 78215

Pearsall Dog Park
4700 Old Pearsall Road, San Antonio, TX 78242

Phil Hardberger Park East Dog Park
13203 Blanco Rd., San Antonio, TX 78216

Phil Hardberger Park West Dog Park
8400 NW Military Hwy, San Antonio, TX 78230

Southside Lions Dog Park
3303 Pecan Valley Dr San Antonio, TX 78210

Tom Slick Dog Park
7400 Hwy 151 San Antonio, TX 78227

Universal City Dog Park / Aina Blake Dog Park
134 Athenian Dr, Universal City, TX 78148

Woodlawn Lake Dog Park
115 Alexander Ave, SATX 78201

Dog Parks In San Antonio With Free Admission

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