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Dog Areas in Pinson

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A city in Jefferson County, Alabama, near the bustling city of Birmingham, Pinson is a beautiful reprieve from the busy highways and city streets of Birmingham itself. While not a small town by any means, Pinson is the perfect size for a doggy day trip. It’s easy to see why dog lovers and their faithful companions would adore Pinson, especially with the amazing hiking trail they have access to, as well as the proximity to other activities. 

Turkey Creek Nature Preserve is a must-see location, whether you call Pinson home or you’re just visiting. With five miles of paved and unpaved paths along with the scenic views of Turkey Creek, you and your pup are sure to have a great time enjoying the great outdoors. There are even plenty of nice swimming places for you to let your pup enjoy, though there is a slight current! Just keep an eye on your tough and toothy little tot, and don’t let the current carry them away! With such a good doggy parent keeping an eye out, how could anything go wrong? Just be sure to bring clean drinking water as well as plenty of doggy waste bags.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pinson

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    Population Density 629/sq mi

    #1 East Hoover

    Before making a trip to the popular city of Birmingham, it’s worth making a stop in the eastern part of Hoover, a city a short distance away. Located in Hoover, you’ll find Loch Haven Dog Park, an off-leash park with a section for dogs up to 35 pounds, as well as a separate section for any big pups above that limit. There’s a four-mile walking track that you’re free to make use of; just try to keep up with your happy hound while they dart ahead. They’ll burn off some energy, and why deny them a good run?
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    Population Density 746/sq mi

    #2 Ruffner

    Undeniably, if you’re in the area, you’ll need to brave a venture to Birmingham. The first stop should definitely be the central area, which is where you’ll find Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve, a welcome escape right in the middle of an urban locale. There are over eleven miles of hiking trails for you and your pup to tread while visiting this pawesome preserve. Dogs are more than welcome -- they’re encouraged, as long as they’re kept on a leash at all times and properly cleaned up after. For such a good time with your favorite furry friend, it’s a small price to pay.
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    #3 Garden Highlands

    Follow your nose -- or, well, your dog’s nose -- to the Garden Highlands neighborhood. Here, you’ll find Red Mountain Park, a nonprofit organization that offers access to over 1,500 acres of wooded land for you and your adventurous sidekick to explore. There are over twelve miles of hiking trails to enjoy, as well as plenty of zip line adventures if you have someone to keep an eye on your pal while you soar through the skies. Dogs are welcome as long as they’re kept on a leash, though you may want to bring a pal to take turns watching puppy.
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    #4 Highland Park

    Make your way east for your next stop, and you’re sure to have a ball. A tennis ball, that is! The Highland Park neighborhood is home to the pristine Rhodes Park, a lovely park where your dog is free to join you on-leash. Don’t let that stop you from having fun! Pack a picnic and settle in the shade with your faithful furry friend. Watch the other park denizens go by, many with adorable dogs of their own! Just be sure to bring plenty of fresh drinking water and doggy waste disposal bags. You’ll want to keep this beautiful park nice and clean.
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    #5 Five Points South

    Finally, if you’re ready to wind down from a long day of fun and meeting new friends with Fido, buckle down in the Five Points South neighborhood of Birmingham. That’s where you’ll find the Good People Brewing Company -- the perfect place to end your day! Grab a pint from the vast selection of brews, and check their website to see which food trucks will be available for you to check out on any given day. Your dog is always welcome at the Good People Brewing Company, and you’re bound to have a good time making memories with your mutt. After all, it’s not drinking alone if your dog is with you.
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