Texas offers a wide variety of landscapes from canyons, mountains, desert, plains, forests, to islands and coastline. Basically, there’s plenty of nature to enjoy in the beautiful Lone Star State and there’s plenty of land to cover.
Of course, there’s no better way to enjoy some rugged, natural beauty than with your four-legged hiking partner, so where are they welcome to join you in the great state of Texas? Well, there’s no shortage of dog-friendly hiking destinations in the state, but here’s a list of our favorites.
The 10 Dog Friendly Hiking Trails In Texas
1. Trinity Skyline Trail
2. Barton Creek Greenbelt Trail
3. Houston Arboretum & Nature Center
4. Eisenhower Park
5. Franklin Mountains State Park
6. Oso Bay Wetlands Preserve
7. Big Bend Ranch State Park
8. Guadalupe River State Park
9. Tyler State Park Lakeshore Trail
10. Palo Duro Canyon State Park
Texas is home to plenty of hiking destinations that are certainly worth exploring alongside your precious pup. Not only are there some great trails all over, but Texas has 89 state parks that offer plenty of hiking and outdoor adventures. You can expect to pay an entry fee for the Texas State Parks if you are over the age of 13, but regardless of where you decide to venture, you’re in for a treat.
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