Peachtree Corners may have the cutest name of any Atlanta suburb, but it’s also the most intentionally designed. The calm, country vibe is carried throughout the city. Peachtree Corners boasts the highest population in the county! Atlanta is nearby, but you don’t have to stray outside of this wonderful city for fun and excitement. Don’t worry about too many adventures, either. Peachtree Corners is well served by the surrounding community, with vets as little as ten minutes on the road away.
The Jones Bridge Park is a fantastic place to take the whole family and get a taste of Peachtree Corners' living. This sprawling park has a full playground, sports courts, and a river for swimming and fishing. Your dog has to stay on leash, and out of the river, but the sheer size of the park more than makes up for it!
Dive in to a delicious meal at Ten Bistro. This fantastic restaurant makes the most of its Georgia location. They strive to use fresh, local, and organic produce whenever possible, and offer upscale classics and southern American favorites--and they have a dog-friendly patio so you never have to dine alone!Peachtree Corners has even more to offer, so check it out with your pup!
Simpsonwood Park in North Peachtree Corners is a slice of doggy heaven on earth. This 223-acre retreat has almost everything your dog needs to have a good time. Though pups have to be leashed in the park, there’s so much to explore that he won’t even know it! Follow trails around and through this park, crossing meadows, tree lined paths, and even over streams and bridges. The park also has a campground area, BBQ grills for the perfect family gathering, and more! High energy dogs will love to hit the trails with you! Calmer pups can still enjoy getting back to nature in a park that feels a hundred miles from the city.
Holcomb Bridge Park is a 12-acre park with a lot to offer. Despite being smaller in size than some other Peachtree Corners parks, this park fits it all elegantly together. There are a few short walking paths that you and your dog can explore together. They’re great for dogs with short legs, or owners who don’t want to spend all afternoon walking! Holcomb Bridge Park also has a gorgeous view of the river. Kids will enjoy the playground, too! Your dog has to stay leashed in the park. Bring along a doggie bowl to fill at thw water fountain and keep your dog hydrated!
Hop in your car and drive just five minutes into the neighboring area of North Norcross in Norcross, and you’ll find the Pickneyville Park & Soccer Complex. This sprawling park has a lot to offer. Obviously, there’s the soccer fields. Sadly, it is in the rule book that a dog can’t play soccer. You can still have a lot of fun walking around the fields or the playground, but there’s something better. This park has a dog run! This fenced in, off leash area is perfect for social dogs who love to meet new friends! The dog run is light on obstacles and enrichments in favor of more room to roam, so bring a toy or two!
Seven minutes from the heart of Peachtree Corners is Central Norcross. This neighborhood in Norcross is home toThrasher Park. This public green space is an excellent place to take your dog and relax. The park features play equipment, but most of it is green lawns and space to sprawl. There’s an ampitheater for local performances, as well as a picnic table area that make any lunch time a great time to be outside. Your dog will enjoy the sights and smells of nature through this park. This is a great place to head if you need to work off some energy from an excitable dog, but don’t want to be around a huge crowd.
Duluth’s trendy North Metro neighborhood is the place to be. Scott Hudgens Park is just a confirmation of what locals already know: this spot is pup and coming! This park has room for everything. There are sports fields that are frequently used for little league games, sprawling picnic grounds, and walking paths that your dog will love to explore. The best feature of the park is undoubtedly taking the walking paths around the tree-lined meadows and soaking in the fresh Georgia air! Keep your dog on leash in Scott Hudgens Park, and bring a doggie bowl for water.