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Dog Areas in Fultondale

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Fultondale is a city in Jefferson County, Alabama, and it's also a suburb of the big city of Birmingham. More than 9,000 people call this community home, and over the last decade, it has been growing rapidly. The city was limited in its development for many years because of the challenging topography in Fultondale, but today, it's home to numerous residential communities, as well as businesses, restaurants, and entertainment services that make it a great place to live and work. Fultondale also maintains several city parks and other outdoor activities, and it even has its own dog park!

The Black Creek Dog Park is on Stouts Road, in central Fultondale, and it's a pawpular place to bring your dog for some exercise and socialization. This clean and safe park has secure fencing surrounding it, as well as big and small dog sections where your dog can interact with dogs of similar sizes. The park is also set up with human and canine water fountains, waste stations, and seating. The rest of Black Creek Park has other activities like playgrounds, sports fields, and trails where you can walk your dog if they're on a leash. You'll love how handy it is to have a dog park right in town, and there are plenty more just a short drive away from Fultondale!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fultondale

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    Population Density 1,694/sq mi

    #1 Loch Haven

    Northcentral Hoover, Alabama is about a 17-mile drive south of Fultondale, and this is where you'll find the Loch Haven Dog Park, which is sure to become a new favorite of yours and your dog's! The Loch Haven Dog Park has one section for dogs 35 pounds and under, as well as an area for bigger dogs. There's also some agility equipment for dogs to play with and a watering station. You'll also see seating for pet parents and lots of trees that provide shade on hot days. Another source of shade in the park is a covered picnic pavilion, and there's a 0.4-mile walking track as well!
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    Population Density 260/sq mi

    #2 Garden Highlands

    It will take you and your pooch about 20 minutes to drive to southwest Birmingham from Fultondale, and this trip will also get you to Remy's Dog Park at Red Mountain Park. Red Mountain Park is a 1,500-acre space just outside the Garden Highlands neighborhood that offers several recreational opportunities, including 15 miles of trails and a six-acre dog park! Remy's Dog Park has a section for big dogs, a section for small dogs, and an additional section just for special needs pets. There are also water stations and waste disposal supplies provided by the park. Your dog can join you on the park's trails as well when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 748/sq mi

    #3 West Hoover

    There's another dog-friendly option in Hoover that you'll want to visit, and this one is known as the Moss Rock Preserve in west Hoover. It's less than 20 miles from Fultondale, and this 250-acre nature preserve has miles of trails for you to explore with your dog. On your journey, you'll come across several plants and wildlife species, as well as creeks, boulders, and other natural structures your dog can check out. There are more than 10 miles of trails at Moss Rock Preserve, and your dog is welcome on all of them with you as long as they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 3,935/sq mi

    #4 Highland Park

    Rhodes Park is a 3.2-acre park in the Highland Park area of Birmingham, and it's only 10 miles or a 20-minute drive from Fultondale. This clean and green park is near downtown, and it's a lovely place to sit and read a book, sunbathe, and to walk your dog! Although your dog must be on a leash at Rhodes Park, it's still a very dog-friendly park that both you and Skip will enjoy. There are walking paths throughout the park that were recently updated, and you and your pup can stroll through green spaces or take the path surrounding a beautiful body of water.
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    Population Density 3,823/sq mi

    #5 Five Points South

    An on-leash walk with your dog is a pawesome way for the two of you to bond, and what better place to walk than on a trail through the beautiful city of Birmingham? You can access the Vulcan Trail in the Five Points South area of Birmingham, and this one-mile asphalt trail will take you along the ridge of Red Mountain. There are trees lining the trail for walks on hot days, and the flat surface makes for an easy and enjoyable walk. The trail runs below Vulcan Park, which is a ten-acre park you can check out with your dog on a leash as well.
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