The neighborhood of Timber Trails in Kernersville is a family-oriented area that includes a pawtastic park for you and Fido. Take your pup to Fourth of July Park for a jog or hike on one of the walking trails. In most of the park, you’ll need to keep your canine companion on a leash. Once you’ve had a chance to get some exercise with your pal, take them over to the Vivian F. Bennett Dog Park in this recreational facility and give them some canine social time. There are separate areas for large and small dogs in off-leash play area. For your convenience, the park also has bags for waste disposal and watering stations for your dog.
If you and Fido are looking for a little recreation and fresh air in Christy Acres, head over to Civitan Park. Take your pup on a jog or stroll along the walking trail or spread out on the grass for a picnic. Dogs are welcome in parks provided they are on a leash and you clean up after them. After you and your furry friend get some outdoor time, head over to Cherry Street and complete your day with a sandwich, wrap, salad, or other selection at Deli on Main. Pooches are welcome to lounge by their owners at one of the three outdoor tables.
The neighborhood around downtown Kernersville offers pup-friendly opportunities for you and Fido to enjoy together. Go through the take-out lane at Sonic Drive-In on your way to Rotary Park and share a picnic with your special pal in this one-acre area downtown. You can also enjoy your meal with your furry friend in Harmon Park along Main Street. Make sure you keep your pooch on a leash and bring along waste bags to pick up any messes. If you prefer a more upscale meal, head down the street to Bistro B and Wine Bar. The varied menu includes steak, seafood, salads, and much more. Your canine companion is free to accompany you at the outdoor tables.
Grab your canoe and head to Century Lake Park for a day on the water with Fido. Located in the neighborhood of Glenwood Acres, this puptastic green space has a 6-acre lake stocked with fish for catch-and-release recreation. You can also drop your line from the pier or bring a lunch and picnic by the water. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash and bring along bags to pick up any waste. Stop by Petco on the way and let your pooch pick out a treat for the trip. If you’re looking for a professional trainer or groomer for your pup, you can find them at this pup-friendly store.
Just 3.5 miles to the east of Kernersville, the small community of Colfax is a pawsome place for you and Fido to explore. Head over to Triad Park with your pup and hike or jog along one of the trails. There are 6 paved multi-use trails and 4 unpaved nature trails that range throughout this recreational facility. Depending on the pathway you select, you’ll be wandering through wooded areas, passing a pond or playgrounds, or strolling through The Carolina Field of Honor. Dogs are welcome to join you in the park provided that you keep them on a leash up to 6 feet long and that you clean up after them.