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Dog Areas in Alabaster

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The quaint city of Alabaster is a pawfect place to bring your four-legged best friend. With several activities, restaurants, and lodging accommodations, your dog is sure to feel welcome here. There are two dog-friendly restaurants in the neighborhood and a dog-friendly park as well.

Two highly rated accommodations are Candlewood Suite Alabaster and Alabaster AirBnB Rentals. Both of these lodging accommodations are wallet-friendly and, most importantly, dog-friendly. Candlewood is a highly recommended hotel in Alabaster where up to two dogs may stay with you for a small additional fee – yet the fun you and your dog will have here is worth so much more, right? With free internet access, on-site laundry facilities, and other accommodations you and your dog will feel like royalty here. Alabaster AirBnB is an even cheaper lodging accommodation that will allow you to bring your pets in most scenarios, depending on individual AirBnB hosts. 

If you're feeling hungry, Full Moon Barbeque allows you to bring your pooch along with your for a bite. Full Moon is rated five-bones from recent customers, and serves succulent southern barbeque. Dogs are more than welcome to sit with you in the outdoor dining area, where you can taste the mouth-watering goodness of the local wood-fired meats.

The local dog park, Beneful Alabaster Dream Dog Park, is also rated five-bones in Alabaster. Recently opened in July 2012, this dog park lives truly up to its “dreamy” name. With numerous luxuries that cannot be found in alternative dog parks nearby, this $500,000 dog park is a prize to all dogs in the city. 

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    Population Density 1,311/sq mi

    #1 Willow Glen


    Within the city limits of Alabaster, the highly rated dog park of Beneful Alabaster Dream Dog Park is the best way to relax and have fun in Alabaster. Co-designer and television star Jason Cameron is proud to support the use of this $500,000 dog park. If you have not already guessed, this dog park is far from your average dog park. With grassy, fenced-in fields that are divided into separate areas for small dogs and big dogs, all dogs can safely frolic and play in these peaceful fields. This park also includes splash pads, carefully placed tunnels and hoops, and a football field for fetch -- all for the enjoyment of your dog!

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    Population Density 629/sq mi

    #2 Loch Haven


    Hoover, Alabama has several dog-friendly gems for your dog to enjoy. Only twenty minutes north, the highly rated activities of Hoover are definitely worth a visit. Separate areas are available to divide dogs under 35 pounds from larger dogs. This pawtastic park offers numerous luxuries, including a canine obstacle course, a small walking track, and picnic pavilion with recreation field. Frequent visitors comment on the well-maintained fencing and large shaded areas of the park that induce maximum comfort. This large park usually has several dogs present inside, and they're sure to become your dog’s newest fur-iends! Your dog will have a tail-wagging good time here in Hoover.

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    Population Density 217/sq mi

    #3 Southside


    Birmingham, Alabama supports a dog friendly atmosphere through numerous activities that you can bring your dog to. In the Southside area, Ruffner Mountain Nature Center allows visiting dogs access to over 11 miles of trail to hike and enjoy. With scenic views of the surrounding landscape combined with the new scents of wildlife, both you and your dog will have a puptastic time here. The hiking trails are highly rated at five bones. The park also offers educational and weekend activities. Rhodes Park is another dog-friendly activity in Birmingham. Dogs are asked to remain leashed in both parks, but your dog will still have an amazing time with you by their side. 

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    Population Density 225/sq mi

    #4 Oak Mountain


    Only eight minutes from Alabaster, Oak Mountain in Pelham is home to over 50 miles of trail for you to enjoy with your dog. With these multipurpose trails, there are all types of activities available for dog owners who love both the outdoors and their four-legged best friends. If this appeals to you, you cannot go wrong at Oak Mountain! For hours, you and your dog are allowed to hike the local trails of Oak Mountain as long as your dog remains on leash. The hike of Oak Mountain State Park Trail will still provide numerous opportunities for you dog to let out some cooped up energy. 

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    Population Density 681/sq mi

    #5 Black Creek


    Highly rated and only thirty minutes from Alabaster, the local neighborhood of Black Creek is home to a beautiful dog park. With separate areas for small and large dogs, all dogs can feel free to come enjoy this entirely fenced in safe park. Frequent visitors comment positively on the cleanliness of the dog park in the spacious grassy fields. Black Creek Bark Park is the prized position of all doggy park goers. Shaded areas are provided for all dog owners’ comfort, so pack a few toys and head on over to this beautiful park – your dog will thank you for it!

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