The city of Frisco, TX, located 25 minutes north of Dallas and within the DFW Metroplex, is not only a great place to live, but it is also a great place where you can be out and about with man’s best friend.
The Dallas area is known for being dog friendly, and anyone living in a Frisco, TX home can tell you that their community also has a lot of animal lovers. Here are just a few activities that you can do with your dog in and around Frisco.
Dog Friendly Parks
The obvious choice for getting out with your dog is going to the park.
The Cottonwood Creek Greenbelt near Frisco, TX is a 4.6 mile trail around a lake that is great for all skill levels of both humans and dogs.
For dogs that love to swim, there are a few beaches located nearby, including Stewart Creek Park Beach and Hidden Cove Park and Marina.
Bring your dog’s life vest and try paddle boarding or kayaking with your pouch at Hidden Cove. At Stewart Creek, hike down the Tribute Shoreline Trail alongside undisturbed nature and take in the view from the scenic overlook of Lewisville Lake at the tip of the peninsula (note: dogs must be leashed at all times).
Save the date for September 18, 2021 when the Frisco Water Park, park of the City of Frisco Park and Recreation, will hold their Paws in the Pool event. This special day of dog swimming fun will also feature a photo contest for the best photos in categories such as Best Doggy Paddle, Best Ball Retriever, and Best Doggone Summer Style.
The Frisco Rail Yard is a family-friendly, food truck park that features live music, outdoor games, and special events. Depending on the temperature and time of year, these large open-air patios are surrounded by fans, misters and heaters.
There are several restaurants in Frisco, TX that allow dogs in their outdoor dining areas. These include: 5th Street Patio Café, Cristina’s, Gloria’s, Isabella’s, Sonic Drive-In, the Irish Rover Pub & Restaurant, and Vakeroz, to name a few. For most of these restaurants, their outdoor seating may be limited, so advance reservations are recommended to ensure that you and your dog won’t be left out in the heat.
Sometimes it’s great to socialize with your dog and friends while enjoying a craft beverage. Check out the Cork and Growler and the British Lion Pub for what’s on tap.
Doggone Adventure Just Outside of Frisco
While nothing can beat your Frisco, TX home and lifestyle, there is even more adventures and outings awaiting you in the DFW area.
Watch a box office hit with your dog by taking in a movie at the K9 Cinemas in Plano. This venue is both the world’s first dog-friendly movie theater and soon to be coworking space.
Ride with your dog through Dallas’ vibrant Uptown Neighborhood on the M-Line Trolley, a system of restored vintage trolleys offering free, public transportation, that are air-conditioned and heated, and operated 365 days a year.
For for more afternoon outings with your dog, be sure to visit the website, Dog Friendly Alliance (https://dogfriendlyalliance.com/) to learn about other dog friendly shopping and dining options in and around the DFW area.
No matter what you and your dog love to do, there’s always something to enjoy together in Frisco, TX. After a great day at the park, your favorite restaurant, or your own doggone custom adventure, retreat back to your relaxing Frisco, TX home built by Landon Homes. Contact Landon Homes today at 469-804-5534 about our Frisco, TX new home communities or our other outstanding communities.Tags: energy efficient homes in frisco, frisco new homes, New Homes in Frisco
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