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Dog Areas in Adamsville

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Originally, Adamsville, Alabama was established as a simple railroad town. It was a stopping spot to refuel, stretch, and relax. Then, coal was found here. Almost overnight, it became a mining town. The population boomed. Families settled and the town flourished. Although the town is small, there is a sense of community here that you rarely see these days. From the neighbors walking their dogs to the residents of the senior center pairing with the kindergarteners for dances, the atmosphere is small-town peace that you can't find anywhere but a small town. Because it's such a small town, Adamsville doesn't have very many traditional amenities for dogs, so if you want to visit a dog park or restaurant, you'll need to drive a little.

Twenty-three miles away, in Birmingham, you'll find Red Mountain Park, which has 1,500 acres to roam. There are fifteen miles of marked trails for you and your dog to walk. The park is open to the public all year long, dogs included. You'll find marked historic places as you explore, so if you and your pooch are history buffs, you'll pawsitively love this park! There is even a six-acre dog park where you can let your dog off her leash so she can run, romp, and make some new furry friends.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Adamsville

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    Population Density 5,572/sq mi

    #1 Highland Park

    Rhodes Park in Birmingham is a leash-only park where you can have a furrific play date with the whole family! There's lots of wide open space to play here. The walking trails are paved, and the playgrounds are open all year long. The park even supplies water fountains for your dog. You will need to clean up after your pup while you are here, so don't forget the doggie waste bags. This park isn't usually crowded, which makes it perfect for a quiet morning walk or an outing with a shy pup.
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    Population Density 1,633/sq mi

    #2 Ruffner

    While you are in Birmingham, you and Fido check out Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve. It is a 1,000 acre park that has 11 miles of trails which are protected so that you can enjoy them all year long. Your dog must be on a leash while she plays, but she won't mind when there are so many new smells for her to explore! There are water fountains at this park and along a few of the trails, but some of the trails only have water fountains at the entrance, so you might want to bring a refillable bottle. Don't forget your doggie waste bags as well.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 564/sq mi

    #3 Stouts Road

    Black Creek Park in Fultondale is a great place for the whole family. It is only about fourteen miles from Adamsville and has a great dog park called Black Creek Bark Park. This is the place to come if you are looking for a place to let your dog off her leash and just let her run for a bit. She's sure to make some new canine friends while you visit with other pet parents. The park provides water fountains, doggie waste centers, and plenty of benches. All you need to bring is plenty of energy to play!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 168/sq mi

    #4 Horse Creek Trail

    Horse Creek Trail in Dora is only about fifteen miles from Adamsville. It is part of the Rails-to-Trails, system which means it has beenĀ preserved just for you and your dog to walk and explore. The three miles is paved so that you and your dog can walk comfortably. You will want to bring plenty of water to drink as well as doggie waste bags so you can do your bit to keep the trail nice and tidy for everyone. This is a great area full of natural beauty that you will want to visit regularly. Just remember to carry a leash with you.
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    Population Density 3,118/sq mi

    #5 Central Ave

    If you take a twenty-mile drive over to Homewood, you can enjoy a meal with your pet at the Little Donkey. This Fido-friendly eatery has authentic Mexican comfort food. These are recipes that have been handed down throughout the generations, so you know they are gonna be tail-waggingly delicious! You will need a leash for your dog. The wait staff will serve your dog water as soon as you get there. If you want to order your dog a meal, just let your waiter know to leave out the spicy stuff. Come hungry and leave with a full belly. This a place with truly crave-worthy meal options.
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