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The best dog friendly neighborhoods in Fairbanks



South Palmer

Fairbanks Dog Park is a 20-acre park located at 2401 Davis Road in heart of Fairbanks.  It was created by a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and sponsors annual fundraising events like Dog Day to support the operation of the  park. The park has three fenced areas to  provide some off-leash freedom for your furry friend. Agility equipment adds to the exercise opportunities, and are also used for training and demonstrations. The ½ mile walking trail is also a popular way for human and dog to get out and enjoy the sweet sounds and smells of nature. The park is open for twenty-four hours.  




The Downtown Dog Park is located at 2nd Street near the Carlson Center, a large sports complex.  This dog park is operated by the nonprofit organization Fairbanks Dog Park, Inc.  The site is leased from Fairbanks Borough. Though it is now labeled a temporary site, its popularity and sheer amount of visitors from the community makes its closure very unlikely. This off-leash fenced park gives dogs and their human companions time to socialize. Dogs of all sizes and breed are allowed play in the snow packed park. The nonprofit uses the park as a way to help rescue dogs become better socialized. The park is open 24/7.




Pioneer Park celebrates the history of Alaska on its 44-acre grounds. Dogs are welcome to come with their humans, and enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells.  The park is free and open year round. Dogs must be on leash during their visit. The park provides numerous stations for doggy clean-up.  It also  has outdoor picnic areas where dog and human can enjoy some food from one of the numerous restaurants in the park.  This park abounds in attractions like carousel rides, train rides, and miniature golf. Many of these attractions charge a fee, and may only be a great sight for your four-legged friend. There is plenty of space, though, for a great workout or walk. The Park is located at 2300 Airport Way and is owned and operated by the Fairbanks North Star Borough.



Northern Fairbanks

Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, located in northern Fairbanks at 1300 College Road, spans 2,200 acres of fields, forests, and wetlands.  The refuge has numerous trails that are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Dogs on leash are welcome to explore the many trails and get better acquainted with many migratory birds and other animals that make their home at the refuge. Guided tours of the trails are also offered during the summer at no charge. Waste stations are provided for that necessary clean-up. The refuge includes a Visitor Center, and is also the site of an historic dairy farm.



Fairbanks Airport Area

Pike’s Waterfront Lodge, located at 1850 Hoselton Road near the Fairbanks Airport, overlooks the beautiful Chena River. Most of its rooms have a breathtaking, scenic view. The lodge has four pet-friendly rooms for the traveling dog looking to give its paws a rest. Paws and feet both may need some rest after a day exploring the Alaskan wilderness or even just after a more leisurely stroll on the lodge’s river walk. The lodge does charge a traveling human companion a fee of $25 per dog, and up to three dogs may share a room. The lodge offers all the amenities of home such as a fridge,  microwave, and tv. The restaurant at the Lodge offers some special human fare, and humans can work up a sweat in fitness and steam rooms. A winter night wake-up call to view the Northern Lights is available on request.  

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