Lent's Family Dog Park

Pretty big park
18103 Cypress Trace
Houston, TX 77090
Operating Hours:
Dawn - Dusk
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This dog park has a separate small dog area, a pond, trails, trees, benches, and drinking water.

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Titan2016's picture
StereotypicL Dog Owners

Today was my second day going to this park and it was not a great experience-I have a big friendly pit bull that has been to dog parks since he was old enough to go (he is now a year and a half old)he loves people and other dogs-never has been aggressive at all- saying that here is the story...when I first arrived I noticed a group of people standing in a group kinda midway to the dog entrance soo me knowing how people stereotype my breed I took it slow with my dog and brought him in the first part of the entrance on his leash-as soon as I entered a lady yelled at me in an aggressive manner to shut the gate which I was heading to do anways so then I proceeded to stay in the first gated entrance so the dogs could sniff each other and get a sense of the temperaments- I stayed there for 5 minutes or so and the two huskies seemed to be a little aggressive and snapping at my dogs through the gate so I waited a couple more minutes and proceeded to take my dog in with leash on to make sure there wasn't an issue- immediately the two huskies started grabbing my dogs face and being aggressive so I asked them to please call their dogs back so I could let him off the leash- the lady immediately yells at me that I need to leave as I quickly asked her who she was and I was going nowhere- I also warned them to control their dogs from snipping and biting my dogs. With all this being said- people- dog parks are a community area which means u will encounter many different breeds of dogs- if u are nervous of the pit bull breed then it's probably not a good idea to attend dog parks because our pets pick up on our vibes. I left this park quite a bit earlier than I wanted to because of this issue- It's a beautiful park but I wish people would get dog park etiquette to alleviate a lot of these issues.

Jazzper's picture
Not small dog friendly for high energy dog

Pro. Nice gravel trail. Two sitting areas and water bowls. Lots of trees
Con. ... No water feature for dogs to cool off. Must go to big dog side for "bone water feature"
Chain link fence and gate between big /little side to high .. Curious dog could quickly wiggle under.
Rinse off station bazaar- no hose just spray and must hold in button for water to flow .....must only be for cooling off dogs... Impossible to rinse off muddy legs and belly. No way to tether dog close to spray.

Big dog side few trees. Has lg gravel path the goes around the perimeter. The center of big dog side is a retention pond with steep sloping sides it appears around 15-20 feet deep. Bottom has stagnant green water and heaven knows what else.

JerryAmandaThomason's picture
Dog Park

This dog park is fantastic! This diamond in the ruff has two seperate dog parks (Small and Large) that are full of lush green grass and plenty of room to run! The large dog park has a bone shaped pool with a rock water fall, two seating areas with three benches at each area, a gravel walking track, one water fountain for pups and humans, and two stations that are designated for trash and doggie bags just in case you left yours at home! My Pup and I use the Large dog park but from what I have seen so far both parks are well kept and users do a great job pick up are their dogs!

mobileuser's picture
Dog Park

Small & large dog area, shaded seat areas, drinking water, bathing area, dog bone shaped wading pool with rock fountain. Also separate children's playground & field /track.