Lilburn is a charming city located in Gwinnett County. Since it is a suburb of the Atlanta metropolitan area, local pups get the benefits of small town living plus the amenities of a big city. They also have six pawsome veterinary clinics in town ready to help at a moment’s notice.
If your pooch likes dining out, then Lilburn is the place
for you, as it has plenty of pawsome pet
friendly restaurants. Next time you have a hankering for seafood, head over to
The Oyster Barn. Choose from shrimp, crab, and, of course, oysters, and dine with
your canine companion on the patio. For a delicious, made from scratch meal,
try the 1910 Pub House. The menu is packed with hearty dishes like Chicken Puff
Pastry Pie and Shrimp and Grits. Four legged guests can sit at one of the
Lilburn City Park is a furrific place to spend some time with your furry BFF. Situated in the heart of the city, this park is a favorite among residents. It spreads across 10 acres and has paved walking paths. Clip on your pal’s leash and take a brisk stroll around the park. He’ll love feeling the sun on his back as he struts his stuff. With parks like this, it’s no wonder dogs love living in Lilburn!
Is your pooch itching for a walk? Grab her leash and head over to Bryson Park. This 72 acre park is calling your pup’s name. Follow the half mile paved walking trail for a little doggy cardio. The trail passes through some woods, so your pal will even get a healthy dose of nature. The park also has soccer fields, basketball courts, and a sand volleyball court. If you have little ones in tow, stop by the playground. Bring some water and snacks for a post walk refreshment. No bones about it, this park will make your pup’s tail wag!
Looking for a great place to walk your canine companion? Leash up your pup and head over to the Camp Creek Greenway. This 4.2 mile trail gives your four legged walking buddy plenty of room to stretch her four legs. She’ll also enjoy some beautiful wooded scenery. The trail is a combination of sidewalk and boardwalk with some bridges along the way. It connects the Lilburn City Park with Lions Club Park, so get in some park time while you are out. Since this is a multiuse trail, expect to see cyclists and joggers. After her workout, be sure to give your dog a big drink of water.
It’s no secret that dogs and parks go hand in hand. Make your pup’s day by taking him for a walk in Lion’s Club Park. With over 50 acres to discover, this park is sure to provide hours of tail waggin’ fun. It has five ball fields, a playground, and a picnic pavilion. Stroll around the paved path with your furry friend. It’s just under a mile, so if your pup is athletic, you may need to take a lap or two. You can also follow the connection trail to the Camp Creek Greenway and continue your walk for a few miles.
Is your dog bursting with energy? Head over to Graves Dog Park and let him run wild. Located in Graves Park in the nearby town of Norcross, this park is only five miles west of Lilburn, and a perfect place for some off leash time. Your pal can romp and play with new four legged friends, or just cruise around solo. There are three sections available; one for large dogs, one for small dogs, and a general play area. Your pup can decide where he’s most comfortable. There is also agility equipment, benches, and drinking water available. When he’s done playing, your pup can cool down with a walk around the park’s 1.5 mile paved trail.
Treat your pup to a walk in Pinckneyville Park. She can soak up some sun as she trots around the park’s paths and through the grassy fields. If she’d prefer to spend her time off leash, head over to the Pinckneyville Dog Park where she can ditch her leash and romp around to her heart’s content. The fenced area is surrounded by trees, so she’ll have plenty of shade during the dog days of summer. She can put her athletic skills to the test on the agility equipment. Drinking water is available, so make sure your pal doesn’t get thirsty. Sounds wooftastic!
Hello! My name is Maggie and I have loved dogs all my life. Since I was a child I have always had at least one dog to feed, groom, play and most importantly, walk. Through my family and friends I have taken care of big, small, young, old, nice and not so nice doggies! I love all animals but there is something about pups that drive me to get down and pet them for hours. If you choose me to walk your dog, I'll make sure to give them not only a great walk but a new friend!