Put on a sweater, pack up your pooch and head on out to one of these dog-friendly Fall activities in Texas!
Visit a Pumpkin Patch
Grab a funnel cake, pick a pumpkin and shop for some craft goodies at Old Time Christmas Tree Farm and pumpkin patch located in Spring, Texas. They offer Jack-O-Lantern pumpkins, specialty pumpkins, pie pumpkins, mini pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn, and carving accessories. Fuzzy buddies are allowed on a leash. Admission is $5 per person (pumpkins are extra).
Attend a Festival
This year, the Parks and Recreation Department in Richardson, Texas is holding their third annual Pawtoberfest featuring dogs, tasty eats and loads of festival fun. Guests can sip on craft beer, enjoy delectable wares from food trucks, take in live music and more! Event takes place 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on October 27, 2018. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at that age.
Do Some Leaf Peeping
Fall is an amazing time of the year to get in some much needed outdoors time. The weather has cooled down and the leaves will soon begin to change. Head out to Cedar Hills State Park and take in 1,200 acres of biking and hiking trails, a 7,500-acre lake filled to the brim with large mouthed bass and crappie, and more. You and your pooch will love it!
Dine Al Fresco
Lots of restaurants are opening their doors…er, patios…to four-legged family members. Grab a sweater and head out for an evening of al fresco dining in the crisp Fall air. Stop by the pet-friendly Black Labrador Pub in Houston for authentic British comfort food including bangers and mash and an impressive drink lineup of beer, wine, and scotch. You and your pooch can kick back in the pub’s toasty warm gathering spot with dog-friendly outdoor seating.
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