New Territories is a San Antonio, Texas community. This network dates back to 1979, and has evolved over the years. A park on the Northwest Side of San Antonio is open with some important new upgrades. New Territories Park is open to the public, after a lot of planning and development. A new concrete trail, a pavilion, new benches, and a shade canopy over the playground, and solar lights to illuminate the trail at night, are open. The project has been financed from the 2012-2017 bond program with $350,000.
A charming little park near several communities. No graffiti that you commonly see in parks was maintained well. There is a children’s play area, adult walking trails that lead to tennis courts and basketball courts. The playground itself has a canopy tent to keep the kids out of the hot sun. There are convenient stations and lots of signs to remember. There are some benches, but could use a few more, and put shaded coverings over them.
The New Territories Dog Park includes locations for hiking, playing and playing for both big and small dogs. The entrance is situated next to the main entrance to the park. Operating hours at dog park are sunrise to sunset, seven days a week. A great dog park, really safe and the dogs have plenty of room to roam around. About a mile path that leads around to tennis courts in the neighborhood and back down the street to the park.
Lighted tennis courts, four movable pieces for the resistance, cardio, stretching and balance training, alcohol is prohibited, amenities such as picnic tables are available on a first-come first-served basis unless they are located under a covered pavilion available for rental. If a pavilion is reserved then preference will be granted to the renter on their permit during the allocated time frame. Curfew’s about 5 am. By 11 P.M. Set by Regulations of the City. Times may be modified in conjunction with Special Events, i.e. Easter, July 4. Currently Geocaching is not permitted. The authorized requests that visitors do not do any digging, burying or hiding items in City Parks. Existing City Code forbids on-trail riding scooters. Parks and Recreation has no dedicated area for riding horses. Additionally, because of the droppings, it is a safety problem.
All in all this park is well kept and the overall beauty of the grounds is intact, despite some visible junk. Open and luminous, the playground is overall tidy. BBQ grills and tables and benches made of concrete, some with an overhead cover. If you park at the swimming pool area you may discover more parking spots.
This awesome park is located in beautiful San Antonio, Texas, along with these other must-see dog parks you shouldn’t miss:
- Falcone Park
- Lady Bird Johnson Park
- Madison Square Park
- McAllister Park
- Panther Springs Park
- Pearsall Park
- Phil Hardberger Park
- Southside Lions Park
These amazing dog parks are located just down the street from our location at 11440 Potranco Road, Suite 102. Stop by for a visit anytime!