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Dog Areas in Chelsea, AL

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The city of Chelsea, Alabama is located in Shelby County, and it's also considered part of the Birmingham metropolitan area. When Chelsea was incorporated in 1996, fewer than 1,000 people lived there, but today, it has a population of well over 12,000. In fact, Chelsea is the fastest-growing city in Shelby County, and Shelby County also happens to be the fastest-growing county in Alabama. The city has so much to offers its residents and visitors, it's no wonder the city is growing so quickly! From weekly farmers markets in the summer, excellent schools and great parks and recreation facilities, there's something for everyone in Chelsea!

Chelsea is a convenient location for dog owners to live, and there are several dog-friendly parks and trails nearby. While Chelsea doesn't yet have an off-leash dog park of its own, there are other dog-friendly activities to do in town. One such activity is visiting Chelsea Recreational Park in western-central Chelsea off Highway 39. This spacious city park has sports fields, playgrounds, and walking trails. This is a pawfect spot to take your dog for a walk on a leash in Chelsea, and along the walking path, there is seating, garbage bins, and lighting in some areas. When it's time to partake in an off-leash activity with your pooch, there are many of those just a quick drive from Chelsea!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chelsea, AL

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    Population Density 1,694/sq mi

    #1 Loch Haven

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    A 15-mile drive northwest of Chelsea will take you to northern-central Hoover, Alabama and the Loch Haven Dog Park. This exceptional off-leash park features one area for dogs who weigh less than 35 pounds, as well as a space for bigger dogs. Each section has a water station for dogs, as well as waste disposal supplies and seating. There is also a 0.4-mile walking path and an obstacle course where your dog can show off for his friends! Loch Haven Dog Park is free to use, and in addition to the 17 acres of space for your dog to run around in, there's also a creek surrounding the off-leash areas so your dog can take a dip.
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    Population Density 586/sq mi

    #2 Park Forest

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    Alabaster is another city in Shelby County, and it's also a suburb of southern Birmingham. South Alabaster is home to the Beneful Alabaster Dream Dog Park, and it's just 20 miles from Chelsea. This special dog park was built in 2012 after a Shelby County resident won a contest with Beneful that awarded the winner with a $500,000 dog park in an area of their choosing. The off-leash park has a section for dogs 35 pounds and over, as well as an area for smaller dogs. There is also a double-gated entry system, synthetic turf, waste disposal supplies, water, and a splash pad for pups.
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    Population Density 260/sq mi

    #3 Red Mountain

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    The southwestern corner of Birmingham, Alabama is about 20 miles from Chelsea, and this area is also home to Red Mountain Park. This 1,500-acre park includes 15 miles of walking trails as well as a six-acre off-leash park! Remy's Dog Park at Red Mountain Park has a section for small, senior, or shy dogs, and a separate large dog section that is half wooded, and half open field. The park also has drinking water for dogs, shaded areas, seating, and waste disposal supplies. Your dog can also join you on the 15 miles of trails in Red Mountain Park, but they must be on a leash for that.
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    Population Density 1,694/sq mi

    #4 Fulton Springs

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    Northern-central Fultondale, Alabama is about a 25-mile drive from Chelsea. This area is where you'll find the Black Creek Bark Park, and you and your dog are sure to both fall in love with it! This off-leash park is part of Black Creek Park, and it features sections for big and small dogs. It also has a reputation for being well-maintained and frequented by friendly visitors! Black Creek Bark Park has a double-gated entry system as an added safety measure, and it also features water fountains for humans and dogs. There is a variety of seating throughout the park, as well as waste disposal supplies. Your dog can also join you in other areas of Black Creek Park, including the walking trail, as long as they're wearing their leash.
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    Population Density 1,009/sq mi

    #5 Moss Rock Preserve

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    When you're seeking a great place to hike with your dog near Chelsea, look no further than Moss Rock Preserve in western Hoover. It's less than a 20-mile drive from Chelsea, and Moss Rock Preserve features 350 acres of land to explore, as well as nearly 12 miles of trails to trek with your dog on a leash. During your hike, you and your dog are likely to come across several unique plant and wildlife species. Moss Rock Preserve is also home to a variant of Little River Canyon Sandstone Glade that is only known to occur in 35 places in the world.
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