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Leeds is a municipality in Alabama that sits in three counties, and it is also a suburb of the muttropolis of Birmingham. Nearly 12,000 people call Leeds home. Not only is it a wonderful place to live, but it's also a pawesome place to be a dog owner! The mild Alabama climate means you can enjoy the outdoors any time of year, so you and your dog won't go stir-crazy stuck inside. There isn't a designated off-leash park within Leeds, but there are several dog-friendly activities nearby.

If you're looking to grab some delicious, southern-style food in Leeds, make sure you visit Rusty's Bar-B-Q! Not only does this restaurant have three dog-friendly tables outside so your dog can join you, but it's also right across from one of the town's pet clinics! You can munch on slow-smoked ribs, pulled pork, chicken, and several other meaty dishes at Rusty's, and they also have a wide selection of desserts, soups, salads, and kids' meals. Once you've got a full stomach, you and your pooch can head off and explore all the other dog-friendly activities around Leeds together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Leeds

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,597/sq mi

    #1 Central Hoover

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    The Loch Haven Dog Park in central Hoover, Alabama is only a 20-minute drive from Leeds. This special dog park has a section for dogs under 35 pounds, and another for bigger dogs. Your dog will never be bored at this pawpular park, as there are always other dogs there to play with and there's even an agility course for adventurous dogs. The Loch Haven Dog Park provides visitors with seating, shade, a water fountain, and waste disposal items, and it's free to use! There is also a 0.4-mile walking track in the park that comes in handy.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 260/sq mi

    #2 South Birmingham

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    Remy's Dog Park at Red Mountain Park is a half-hour drive from Leeds, and is located in southern Birmingham, Alabama. If you've been searching for a large park where your dog can run free, look no further! Remy's Dog Park is a six-acre park, and it features not only a big and small dog section, but also a third section where special needs, shy, or senior dogs can play safely. Remy's Dog Park has been voted one of the top ten dog parks in the south, and it isn't hard to see why! There are waste disposal stations, seating, and water provided at the park as well.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 762/sq mi

    #3 North Fultondale

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    The Black Creek Bark Park is located in northern Fultondale, Alabama, and it's only a half-hour drive from Leeds. This dog park has everything you could want from a dog park! Your pup can play in one of two areas separated for large and small dogs. Water fountains for both humans and canines are provided, and waste disposal stations make those necessary clean-ups easy. The Bark Park sits within Black Creek Park, and in the greater park area, there are also several other amenities worth checking out, including a playground, sports facilities, and a three-mile nature trail that your leashed dog can join you on.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 586/sq mi

    #4 Willow Glen

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    It takes about 40 minutes to drive to the Beneful Alabaster Dream Dog Park in southern Alabaster, Alabama, and it's worth every minute of the trip! This dog park was built thanks to a $500,000 grant from Beneful pet food, and it debuted in 2012. The park features synthetic turf that makes for easy clean-up, as well as water splash pads and big and small dog sections. In addition to those fun features, there is agility equipment and a miniature football field for playing fetch. There's also a walking course in the park, as well as seating, shade, and waste disposal items, and drinking water, and it's free to use.
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    Population Density 2,975/sq mi

    #5 Ruffner

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    There's a special spot in eastern Birmingham known as the Ruffner Mountain Nature Center, and it's only a 20-minute drive from Leeds. The Ruffner Mountain Nature Center is a massive 1,040-acre area, and there are also 11 miles of trails within it. One of the best things about this already great place is that it's dog-friendly! (With a name like Ruffner, how could it not be?) Your dog is welcome to join you here as long as they're on a leash. Throughout the park, you'll find educational activities, and you'll also have the opportunity to spot plenty of wildlife. The entire area is protected, and is the perfect place to learn more about the environment while making un-fur-gettable memories with your pup!
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