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Dog Areas in Centerton

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As part of the Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers Metropolitan Area, the city of Centerton offers access to a variety of parks and trails. You and Fido will be able to plenty of find ways to get out and enjoy nature together here. There's a veterinary clinic in town if you need professional care for your pooch.

There's a pawtastic park just 4.3 miles east of town. Head to Lake Bentonville Park off SW I Street to enjoy the outdoors with your furry pal. This 20-acre facility includes fishing, a picnic area, and lake access for non-motorized boats. Dogs on a leash are welcome here.

Take your pup to the Bark Park in Bentonville to enjoy some off-leash socialization with other canines. This 1.3-acre area includes an agility course and separate sections for large and small dogs. There are water fountains, waste stations, benches, and a few shade trees here. The Bark Park is located about seven miles northeast of Centerton.

Plan a hike or jog on the North Bentonville Trail with your fur baby. Follow this scenic pathway along a creek and through woods in the area. You can access the trail off NW A Street near the Slaughter Pen Trail. Remember to keep your four-footed friend on a leash. Bring water and waste bags.

Centerton is a pawesome Arkansas town that's near a variety of pet-friendly outdoor recreational facilities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Centerton

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    Population Density 1,269/sq mi

    #1 Hickory Park

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    The Hickory Park neighborhood is a residential area with single-family homes and a pocket park. You can walk your furry pal around the block here to get some exercise. If you want to work on obedience drills or play a little fetch with Fido, check out Hickory Park on Fern Street. This small lot has a playground and some open lawn. Bring a blanket and some food to share a snack with your pal. You can bring dogs here as long as they're on a leash that's no longer than fifteen feet. Pack water and waste bags when you come here.
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    Population Density 815/sq mi

    #2 Brimwoods

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    The Brimwoods area is a development of single-family homes on well-groomed lots. There are quiet streets here where you and your pup can take a stroll around the block together. A pawesome place to take Fido for some fresh air and exercise is Harvest Park. This small facility has a pond, a picnic table, and some lawn. Walk around the water's edge with your canine companion, then share a snack or meal together here. Dogs can accompany you as long as you keep them on a leash no longer than 15 feet. Bring water and waste bags to pick up any messes.
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    Population Density 4,357/sq mi

    #3 Tarah Knolls

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    The development of Tarah Knolls is a residential area with private homes and a daycare facility. There are sidewalks around the blocks here where you can go for your daily walk with Spot. Take your furry pal to catch a game at the Lightning Soccer Park. This sporting complex has six outdoor soccer fields and some open space. Walk around the perimeter of the park or play fetch on the lawn with your pooch for exercise. Dogs must be under control and on a leash that's no longer than 15 feet when you visit this facility. Make sure you clean up after your pup.
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    Population Density 4,152/sq mi

    #4 Centerpoint

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    Centerpoint in Centerton includes some houses, small businesses, and a community park. The residential area has quiet blocks where you and Fido can stretch your legs. If you're looking for a place to play in the grass with your pooch, head to Centerton City Park off Fair Street. This facility includes a playground, benches, tables, and open areas. Play fetch with a ball or frisbee here. Bring along some food and enjoy an outdoor meal with your special pal. Dogs are welcome to join you if they're restrained on a leash no longer than 15 feet and you pick up their waste.
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    Population Density 5,579/sq mi

    #5 Sienna at Cooper's Farm

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    Sienna at Cooper's Farm is a residential development with single-family homes. This community has sidewalk-lined streets where you and your four-footed friend can get some exercise together. For a change of venue, head to the walking trail that stretches from City Park to Lake Centerton. Walk or jog along this paved pathway and take some time to wander by the water with your fur baby. Bring a pole with you and go fishing while Spot rests at your side. Dogs on a leash up to 15 feet long are welcome in this public area as long as you pick up after them.
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