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Dog Areas in Gadsden

11 Parks
2 Trails
9 Shops
3 Eateries
5 Groomers

Gadsden may have the appearance of a small town, but it used to be one of the largest and most important towns in the state. The area was known for its industrial advances, and has since been honored as an All-American City and is known as the "City of Champions". Gadsden is also an all-dog city, thanks to its abundance in dog-friendly parks, trails, and walkable downtown.

The Central Recreation Area is the largest and most dog-friendly park in the city, thanks to its rolling fields, shaded picnic areas, and fenced-in recreational fields. There are tennis courts, 6 baseball fields, a pavilion for picnics, a playground, restrooms, and access to Black Creek for fishing and swimming. This doggy heaven is dog-friendly, but requires pups to remain on a leash inside the park.

Right along the Coosa River is the Gadsden's Moragne Park, a scenic area that has scattered trees and open space. The area is dog-friendly with lots of popular features like a playground, picnic area, shaded walkways, a pavilion, restrooms, and basketball court. Leash up Fido before coming here and remember to bring some water and clean-up bags!

With two animal hospitals and a large amount of love for its four-legged residents, Gadsden will show you how much it will love and take care of your fur baby.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Gadsden

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,979/sq mi

    #1 Gadsden Center

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    Gadsden Center is the cities downtown area with business centers located along Coosa River. The small neighborhood is also home to a gorgeous park known as James D. Martin Wildlife Park, a scenic wooded area along the water offering waterside trails and boardwalks. The park and trails are dog-friendly and provide visitors with an open area with places to have a picnic, play, and sit in the shade. Also along the water is the River Country Campground, a dog-friendly camping space with campsites, RV spots, and paved walkways to enjoy along the water. Dogs must be on a leash inside both places.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 463/sq mi

    #2 Bellevue

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    Bellevue is a rural community on the north side of the city, taken up by thick woods and a few residential homes. Noccalula Park offers residents a completely natural place to explore with Fido. There are dirt trails scattered throughout the woods, with a small parking lot and access to Black Creek for fishing and swimming. The park is dog-friendly, and does not require pups to remain on a leash. Also in the neighborhood is Gadsden Kiwanis Park, a more developed area that has some great features like a playground, swingsets, and a picnic pavilion. Additional features of the park include water fountains and benches, which are available to humans and leashed pups.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,279/sq mi

    #3 Alabama City

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    Alabama City is an upscale residential area west of the downtown area. The area's most known park is Hastings Park, which provides residents and visitors and lovely place to walk Fido. The area is completely covered in trees, with small spaces to run around and play on the grassy lawn, and a looping paved walkway. Features of the park include water fountains, a playground, a pavilion, picnic tables, barbeque facilities, benches, and clean-up stations available to leashed pups. The area is beautiful to play in, and if you decide you want to stay in the neighborhood, the Budget Inn is a dog-friendly hotel to stay at. The hotel allows up to two dogs to stay with a max weight limit of 50 pounds for a small fee per night.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,713/sq mi

    #4 The Brow

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    The Brow is a rural community on the north side of town, made of scattered residential homes and thick woods. A lot of the woods here are protected, as they are part of the Black Creek Preserve that follows along Black Creek. The area is a great hiking spot, with hiking, walking, and biking trails to enjoy, that are made from dirt and crushed stone in different places. There are spots for fishing and picnic areas, with sandy beaches and grassy plains available to run around and play in. Dogs do not have to be on a leash inside the preserve, but be prepared to bring water and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 1,372/sq mi

    #5 Goodyear

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    The neighborhood of Goodyear is a residential and urban area with shopping centers that is located on the east side of Coosa River. Right on the river is Riverwalk City Park, which offers a scenic spot to walk and play with your pup. The area has open space, lots of shade, forested walking trails, and a beautiful view of the river. There are picnic tables, water fountains, and benches available for leashed pups. After a day out enjoying the river and playing, walk on over to Firehouse Subs, which has some delicious subs. The restaurant is dog-friendly and also provides dog-friendly seating and complimentary water.
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