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Dog Areas in Reidsville

9 Parks
2 Trails
1 Shops
2 Eateries
7 Groomers

The city of Reidsville, North Carolina is located in Rockingham County just 23 miles north of downtown Greensboro. Originally established in the early 19th century as a stop along a stagecoach line, today the city has a strong economy that supports rural development for the area’s larger cities. The area is popular among families, many of whom have canine members. Two local animal hospitals make it easy to make sure four-legged family members are well taken care of.

When you are looking for a great place to eat in Reidsville, check out 24 Blackbirds Café and Market. Open Monday through Friday, this local favorite serves up a taste-bud-tantalizing assortment of salads, sandwiches, soups and flatbreads. Dogs are welcome to join their owners at this eatery’s outdoor tables. In the mood for mouth-watering Italian food? Check out Elizabeth’s Pizza.

If you are just passing through and need a place to stay with you pup, Days Inn Reidsville has you covered. This hotel has affordable rates and welcomes up to two pets for an additional fee. While dog-friendly activities are limited within Reidsville’s city limits, the city is located in close proximity to several doggy-friendly areas, and it is definitely worth a visit. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Reidsville

#1 East Reidsville

48
Dog Parks 0
Population Density 108/sq mi

#1 East Reidsville

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On the east side of Reidsville, you will find Cambridge Park. This small neighborhood park features two full basketball courts and playground equipment. There are also two shelters with grills where you can enjoy a nice picnic, and a small walking trail to explore with your canine companion. This trail surrounds the park, and while it isn’t large, it does provide space for pups to burn off some energy. Dogs must be kept leashed at all times, according to city ordinances. Pet parents are also required to clean up after their furbabies. 

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#2 North Reidsville

36
Dog Parks 0
Population Density 840/sq mi

#2 North Reidsville

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Located in this Reidsville neighborhood is the Chinqua-Penn Walking Trail. This trail is part of the NC Birding Trail and extends 1.7 miles through old-growth forest and skirts two scenic ponds. It is open for walking, jogging and hiking, and it is a beautiful place to explore with your four-legged friend. Well-behaved dogs are welcome to accompany owners, but they must be cleaned up after. Trash cans and a restroom are located at the trailhead. Several species of birds, insects and amphibians call this area home, and you are likely to see several during your walk, so be mindful that your dog does not harass the wildlife. 

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#3 Haw River Estates

24
Dog Parks 0
Population Density 387/sq mi

#3 Haw River Estates

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Just 12 miles southwest of Reidsville in Browns Summit’s Haw River Estates neighborhood, Haw River State Park is a great place to spend the day with your furry best friend. This beautiful park features three easy walking trails. The Lake Loop Trail spans 0.66 miles, while the Piedmont Loop Trail covers 1.42 miles. The Wetlands Boardwalk branches off the Piedmont Loop Trail and extends another 0.43 miles. Dogs are welcome to join their owners on any of these trails, but they must remain leashed at all times on a leash no longer than six feet. Please remember to clean up any messes your pet leaves behind. 

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#4 Country Park Acres

12
Dog Parks 1
Population Density 1,515/sq mi

#4 Country Park Acres

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If you are in Greensboro’s Country Park Acres area, which is just 22 miles south of Reidsville, check out the Stephen M. Hussey BarkPark at Country Park. The first off-leash park in Greensboro, this park features three fully fenced areas with plenty of space to explore. If you want to take your dog on a walk, spend some time on the Bicentennial Greenway, which is part of the Greensboro Rails-to-Trails System. The trail extends 7.5 miles and is idea for hiking, biking and walking. Its asphalt, concrete and crushed stone surfaces also make it wheelchair accessible. Dogs are welcome on the trail, but they must remain leashed and owners are expected to clean up any messes left behind. 

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#5 Downtown Greensboro

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Dog Parks 2
Population Density 3,363/sq mi

#5 Downtown Greensboro

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Just 23 miles south of Reidsville, Downtown Greensboro is home to several popular doggy destinations. First, check out the Southwest Park Dog Park. Your pooch will love roaming this 2.5-acre fenced in park that features separate areas for large and small dogs. Fresh water and treats are provided, but there is a fee. LeBauer Park is also worth a visit. This park is best suited to smaller breeds, and features pet enrichment activities for your canine companion to enjoy. Hungry? Try The Corner Slice at Fisher Park, or Fisher’s Grill. Preyer Brewing Co. is another nearby favorite. All of these restaurants offer Fido-friendly outdoor seating. 

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