BEAR BRANCH DOG PARK
Considered the largest dog park in The Woodlands – Bear Branch is a great setting to take your dog and have a doggone good time. There are over 2 acres reserved for the dog park with lots of shaded areas. There are 2 sections: Under 25 lbs and over 25 lbs. Each section has a covered pavilion with benches for shaded sitting area. Also included is a Water Play Station in both sections. Turn the hose on and have some water fun with your dog or fill up one of the pools.
There is one entrance with a common area to entering either park. The dog park does have lights and ample parking. The grounds do not have grass but are coated with wood chips. There are several water containers and some Dog Waste Bag containers. Outside the entrance is a water fountain for people and a dispenser for dogs. So you might want to bring your water bowl inside the park unless your dog will drink from the hose.
Bear Branch Park has over 6 acres of fun and is also a great place to walk with your dog. There are shaded paths throughout the park that you can enjoy.
The Bear Branch Park has walking paths that you can take your dog also. Tour the 6 acre park and visit all the amenities that this park offers:
* 9/10 mile track * Skateboard Park * Playgrounds & Swings * 9 Lighted Tennis Courts * 13 Picnic Tables * Pool * Soccer Field * Basketball * Wood Disc Golf Course * 4 Barbeque Pits * Roller Hockey Rink * Recreation Building * Restrooms * 185 Parking Spaces
Dog Park Rules:
Dog Owner / Handlers are responsible for the actions and behavior of their dog(s) at all times.
For the safety of children and dogs, please do not bring children under the age of 9 into the dog park. Some dogs exhibit unpredicatable behavior around small children.
Follow other rules of the park (see below). Parks & Recreation Phone number: 281-210-3950
Hours: Dawn to Dusk (except for lighted Athletic Fields and Courts).
Directions: 5200 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands. West of IH 45 off Research Forest Blvd just past Gosling Road on the north side of the Research Forest.
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