Dog friendly places in Fort Worth, Texas
Dog Friendly Places
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A great place to get out of the car and stretch your legs is at Tanger Outlets on the North Freeway in Fort Worth. Whether you’re driving north out of Fort Worth on I-35W, or driving in from I-35W from Denton, or coming in from TX-114 W from Bridgeport and Decatur, or driving in from the DFW Airport on TX-114 W, Tanger Outlets is right where these two highways intersect south of the Texas Motor Speedway, next to Buc-ee’s.
If your pet is leashed, they are welcome to walk along the boardwalk of shops and restaurants in North Fort Worth. Some stores are also pet-friendly, but be sure to ask first before entering. Walk, shop, eat, or people watch while you enjoy your time at Fort Worth’s premiere outlet center.
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- Or call (817) 717-7767 for more information.
If you’re looking for a place that provides food, drinks, entertainment and movies, then Coyote Drive-In is a happening place for you and your road trip companion’s needs. Coyote Drive-In always welcomes the furry members of your family. They do need to be on leash while outside your car. The drive-in features a full restaurant kitchen, beer & wine bar, ice skating, and a 4-screen outdoor theater.
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Black-Eyed-Pea Vodka Distillery Tour
- 503 Bryan Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76104
- Or call (817) 349-9977 for more information.
BLK EYE Vodka has its roots right in Texas and it’s the first vodka crafted by hand from black-eyed peas, a popular food item in the Lone Star state, especially in tradition of a bit of New Years luck. The BlackEyed Distilling Co., is very proud of what they've accomplished in creating a unique, crisp and smooth vodka that any spirits connoisseur can appreciate.
The Black-Eyed-Pea Vodka Distillery Tour is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by a gentleman named Todd where you can enjoy a tasting and cocktail made with BLK EYE Vodka as you take a tour and learn the process. The experience lasts 1.5 hours and can accommodate up to 10 guests ages 21 and up. Parents may also bring children under 2 years of age. Rates start at $20 per person.
Dog Friendly Restaurants
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The Woodshed Smokehouse
Enjoy Chef Love’s signature food in their dining room, in the bar, or on their patio that sits right on the banks of the Trinity River. Dogs are welcome in their gravel area, and they even have a special menu just for man’s (and woman’s) best friend!
The Woodshed Smokehouse has just about everything a grilled food lover wants and then some. Great food and a great atmosphere of people who are dog lovers enjoy this area right next to the river, where you’re sure to expect exquisite meals for humans and pups.
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- Or call (817) 882-6723 for more information.
Mash’d offers a variety of delicious dishes for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Enjoy an Avocado “Toast” Pizza with a Mimosa for brunch, or a Rebellious Burger with a Smoke on The Water craft cocktail in the evening on one of their outdoor tables where dogs are allowed.
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Shaw’s Patio Bar & Grill
- Or call (817) 926-2116 for more information.
If you like gourmet burgers, tasty salads, and delectable sharable food, then Shaw’s Patio Bar & Grill on West Magnolia Avenue is your place. Shaw's offers 21 different kinds of burgers and patio seating that is dog friendly.
Dog Friendly Parks
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ZBonz Dog Park
- 6950 W. Camp Bowie Blvd.
- Or call (817) 392-5700 for more information.
ZBonz is a ten acre, fully-irrigated park built on the former Z. Boaz Golf Course. ZBonz has separate sections for large and small dogs, sized at seven acres and three acres respectively. It's also equipped with two shelters, various agility items, pet fountains and two aerated ponds.
This park offers plenty of benches and outdoor furniture for humans. There are even dog wash stations and 12 dog waste stations for puppy clean up. Just be aware that ZBonz Dog Park is closed every Monday for scheduled maintenance.
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- Or call (817) 871-7698 for more information.
Stretched along the banks of the Trinity River and nestled next to the Fort Worth Zoo, Trinity Park is home to a duck pond, a miniature train, several playgrounds and Trinity Trails, the best hiking and biking trails around town. Picnic pavilions, restrooms and water fountains are scattered throughout the park. Pets are welcome on-leashes on the extensive walking trails of this park in Fort Worth. Most of the trails are paved.
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North Z Boaz Community Park
- Or call (817) 392-5700 for more information.
This is a 10-acre dog park that has everything your pup needs, and then some. There’s everything from obstacle courses to swimming holes, and everything in between. This park is fairly new to the community too, with plenty of room to play and run all day. There’s even a Disc Golf Course here too!
Where to stay
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