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Dog Areas in Barling

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Popular for growing families and retirees, the darling town of Barling has small town charm with a convenient location. Barling is just eight miles from downtown Fort Smith, the second largest city in Arkansas, so residents get all the appeal of a tight-knit community with modern amenities a short drive away. If your pooch needs to visit a vet, there are two animal clinics in Barling to help your furry friend stay happy and healthy.

Barling has a pawsome park that is pawpular for dog walking and community events. You and your leashed pooch will love exploring Barling City Park’s 50 acres of green space. Hike the path that winds through the beautiful woods and take in the natural scenery in this peaceful park. There’s a playground for kiddos, plus a covered picnic area, a gazebo, and plenty of grass where Fido can romp.

Hungry? There are quite a few fur-iendly eateries on the east side of nearby Fort Smith! Check out Grub’s Bar and Grille for juicy hamburgers, steaks, sandwiches and more. Leashed dogs are welcome on the patio!

Small town charm, a puptacular park and nearby conveniences will have you and your pup bow-wowing for Barling!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Barling

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    Population Density 253/sq mi

    #1 North Barling

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    Get back to nature with Fido in the North Barling neighborhood! The area is home to Springhill Park, a favorite recreation spot among local and visiting pups and people. Densely populated with verdant hardwoods, the natural area is situated on the banks of the mighty Arkansas River. Because of this, it’s a pawpular place for year-round fishing. Springhill Park has a hiking and biking trail where you and your leashed dog can get some exercise and explore. There is also a playground, picnic shelters and a boat ramp at this furrific recreation area. If you and your furry pal find it hard to leave, stay a while! There are pet-friendly campsites with RV hookups, restrooms and showers!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 406/sq mi

    #2 South Fort Smith

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    Your pup’s tail will be wagging in the South Fort Smith neighborhood, just a five minute drive from Barling! This area is where you’ll find Fort Smith’s Ben Geren Regional Park, a pawsome place for all kinds of fun, but especially for a walk with your leashed pooch. The park’s 1.5-mile loop trail offers plenty of space to work up a sweat with your pup. If you’re looking to get even more pumped, there are fitness stations along the way to help you get the most of your workout! If your pup prefers grass, there’s tons of that, too, plus lots of bushes and shady trees. Ben Geren Regional Park pretty much has something for everyone, including a disc golf course, horseshoe pits, picnic pavilions, a playground, tennis courts and athletic fields!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 574/sq mi

    #3 Phoenix Ave/ S 66th St

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    Discover a truly puptastic dog park in Fort Smith’s Phoenix Ave/ S 66th St neighborhood, only three miles from Barling! The Fort Smith Dog Park has 40 acres of fenced-in fun that includes a water-loving dog’s dream – a swimming pond! This massive dog park has wooded areas for exploring and open meadows for playtime! It’s a beautiful natural park with walking paths and views of Arkansas’ rolling hills, so humans understandably love visiting, too! There are benches beneath trees and also in covered areas, a few agility obstacles, doggie waste cleanup stations and a separate small dog area. In warmer months, there are also kiddie pools and a hose to wash your muddy dog.
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    Population Density 1,372/sq mi

    #4 Wedgewood Heights

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    With more than 190 trees identified in the Carol Ann Cross Park, there are tons of things for your dog to see and sniff on your visit to Fort Smith’s Wedgewood Heights neighborhood! About four miles from Barling, this neighborhood’s woofderful park has a paved walking path that winds around a quiet, beautiful pond and an unpaved trail through the adjacent hardwood forest. There is lots of open grassy areas where you and your leashed dog can play or relax, plus covered picnic areas with barbecue grills. You and Fido will love taking in the views from the covered dock, too. The park also has bridges, sculptures, a playground and fishing access.
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    Population Density 3,780/sq mi

    #5 Tilles Park

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    Get ready for furrific fun with Fido in Fort Smith’s Tilles Park neighborhood, about eight miles from Barling! The area’s namesake park is a puptastic place to take your four-legged friend for a leashed walk. You and your furry pal will love stretching your legs on the paved walking path that makes multiple loops throughout the park. Along the way, your pup will love taking a break to check out the mature trees and wide open grassy areas. Taking up several city blocks, Tilles Park has plenty of room to spread out and enjoy some quiet relaxation time, too. The park has picnic areas, a playground and restrooms, plus tennis and basketball courts.
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