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Dog Areas in Auburn, AL

2 Parks
1 Trail
6 Eateries
3 Groomers

Auburn, Alabama must be some sort of dog lover’s paradise because there are more than 8,000 dogs living there. This great number of active dogs shows highlights the fact that there are so many dog-friendly things to do. In fact, the number one place to go is full of so many things for you and Fido to do you may not have time to do anything else!

Chewacla State Park on Shell Toomer Parkway has something for everyone whether you like hiking, swimming, fishing, camping, or just sitting. The park has almost 700 acres of fun things to do, and six different hiking trails for all skill levels. The easiest is the Sweet Shrub Trail, which takes you and your pup along Moore’s Mill Creek to see deer, chipmunks, and other wildlife. The Deer Rub Trail is the most difficult, with steep terrain and climbing so you may need some boots. As with most things, working your way up, all the way to the top, is definitely worth it, not only for the view, but the fact that there are giant boulders that have been there for millions of years.

Worked up an appetite with Fido and don't want to leave him in the car? You and your furbaby can enjoy some great sandwiches and huge baked potatoes at Mc Alister's Deli on East University Drive. Then right across the way is Bruster's Real Ice Cream. They will make your furry friend a free ice cream with dog bone sprinkles. You can’t get much better than that! Auburn is really a dog loving town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Auburn, AL

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,000/sq mi

    #1 Auburn University Historic District

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    AG Heritage Park is owned by the University of Auburn and the Auburn Alumni Association, but is open to the public. It is located at the southwest corner of Samford and Donahue Drive on the University’s campus. It was created as part of the University’s commitment to their agricultural programs.  The history and plans for the park are described on the College of Agriculture’s website. The park has 30 acres of grassy land, a red barn, and a pond. Dogs are allowed to run free off their leash, and enjoy a free romp or splash in the pond. The park includes doggy doo stations with reminders to clean up after that dog. There are also eight picnic tables and a pavilion. Future plans include accessible walking trails and an amphitheatre.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,000/sq mi

    #2 West Auburn

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    Kiesel Park, a veritable pet paradise of fun, is located in west Auburn at 520 Chadwick Lane.  The park features a grassy, fenced area for some off-leash adventure.  The dog park includes agility equipment for dog training and exercise, and a handy bench for the tired human.   Kiesel is the city’s largest park. It features a walking trail, a garden, a pavilion, and pond. Kiesel Park also hosts the annual Bark in the Park event, sponsored by the city’s Parks and Recreation Department.  This free event gives dogs and their humans a chance to mingle with others, and sample some of the goodies of various vendors. Shelters provide an opportunity to adopt a rescue dog.
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    Population Density 1,000/sq mi

    #3 East Auburn

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    East Auburn boasts the off-leash dog park, Town Creek Park, located at 1150 S. Gay St. It features two walking trails, a pond,  a pavilion, and a fenced area for off-leash recreation.  The park provides water for dogs after their run, and a handy pet waste station. The dog park is a new addition to this large city park . It is was constructed with funds to make it accessible to people with disabilities. The city posts the rules of the dog park on its website. The rest of the 95 acres includes large green grassy areas, and acres of wooded beauty.  A small creek runs along one of the trails, and provides a great doggy dip on a hot Alabama day. A shaded white swing decorates the green landscape, and gives dog and person a nice rest after enjoying their day.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 500/sq mi

    #4 Cary Woods

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    Chewacia State Park, located at 124 Shell Toomer Parkway, covers 696 gorgeous acres. This park is pet-friendly, and has cabins for people traveling with their canine.  The park does charge an entrance fee, and there is an additional fee for the dog-friendly cabin. Annual passes are available, too.  Dogs are allowed to tent camp with their human, but must be confined or on a leash. This state park provides both walking trails and runs for mountain biking. Pups must be on a leash when enjoying the walking trail. There is, also, a large lake, and a swimming area off limits to dogs. For more information about Alabama’s state park pet policy, visit their website.
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    Population Density 1,055/sq mi

    #5 Downtown District

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    The Hotel at Auburn University, located at 241 South College Street, is  a great place to stay for the globetrotter who can’t bear to leave their best furry friend at home.  This hotel has ten rooms on its second floor  available for the discriminating dog traveler.  These rooms  include special flooring made of bamboo, and use easy-to-clean fabrics on the bed. Dog bowls for water and food are part of the amenities. Of course, the amenities also include things like a tv, wireless access, a microwave and small fridge to make all travelers feel at home. In the dog-friendly rooms, though,  all wires are unexposed.This hotel is close to everything in downtown Auburn, and the hotel provides transportation to nearby AG Heritage Park.
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