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Dog Areas in Little Rock

3 Parks
2 Trails
1 Shop
12 Eateries
23 Groomers

Located on the scenic Arkansas River, Little Rock is a gem of a city currently experiencing a “New South” cultural revival. This historic city has a plethora of entertaining activities for you and your pup to enjoy. La Quinta Inns & Suites on Rodney Parham Road will allow you to bring two of your furry friends along without any additional charge if you’re looking to settle down and relax after arriving in Little Rock.

Upon waking, why not ice cream for breakfast? Purple Cow is a delicious pet-friendly ice cream shop in Little Rock featuring specialties such as peanut butter and jelly, purple vanilla, and lime & orange individual flavors. If you’re after something slightly more substantial to eat, Dizzy’s Gypsy Bistro serves up global comfort food with a Southern spin. Dizzy’s welcomes pets of any size on their patio, and will even provide water bowls. If you’re after some of Little Rock’s local charm, be sure to check out the River Market District Overview. The area offers a variety of quirky shops, unique restaurants, and even a seasonal farmer’s market. Dogs are completely allowed as long as you keep your pup on a leash and watch her manners.

If you're planning on getting out for the day check out Friends of Paws Parks, which is located conveniently right near the Arkansas River. Paws Park at Murray is an expansive two acres of runway with a five-foot high chain link fence for the large dogs and four-foot high chain link fence for the small dogs. There are plenty of water troughs, bowls, and fountains for when your pup gets thirsty and expansive sitting areas for when you want to sit back and watch pups of all sizes socialize.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Little Rock

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    Population Density 1,257/sq mi

    #1 Heights

    In an area known as Heights in Little Rock, Arkansas, Murray Park stands as a great designated dog park for both large and small dogs. The park is divided into areas for both sizes (over 30 lbs and under 30lbs). This is really quite a spacious place with lots of fun to be had. Equipped with miniature pools for both drinking and splashing, dogs can enjoy all the goodness water has to offer. The play areas are absolutely full of large oak trees, providing much-needed shade and makeshift obstacles for high speed chases. Humans should consider taking folding chairs because there aren’t many places to sit. In the rainy season, the grounds can get quite muddy. While dogs love the mud, humans love the fact that there’s a hose for everyone to use. Pack a towel, waste bags, and a leash to get to and from the car with.
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    #2 MacArthur Park Historic District

    The MacArthur Bark Park sits only a couple of blocks off of Interstate 30 inside of MacArthur Park, making this a fantastic stop for both locals and road-trippers. The two acres of pups-only property are surrounded by a five foot fence, so there’s no escaping! But with wading pools and tons of space to run, jump, and tackle, they won’t want to! The park can get rather busy, which is why there are over 60 lighted parking spaces available. At the entrance to the park, you’ll find a large sign listing all of the rules. There are double gates for controlled entrance and exits. Inside the park, parched poochies can cool down at doggy drinking fountains. Small dogs under 30 lbs have been accommodated with their own separate play area. Pet parents will enjoy the large, shady trees and stone benches. The park owners ask that parents keep a leash handy at all times while in the park and make use of pet waste disposal stations.
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    #3 Pinnacle

    Has your dog been pushing you to take on more rigorous adventures? Pinnacle Mountain State Park is the perfect place to step things up a notch. West of Little Rock, this gorgeous 2,356-acre preserve offers a breathtaking 360-degree view from the top of Pinnacle Mountain, standing over 1,000 feet above the valley floor. Choose from over 7 trails ranging in difficulty. Some paths follow rivers, others lead to the sky. Though this is an on-leash park, dogs will go nuts for new sights, sounds, and sniffs. Adrenaline junkies will get a kick out of the two barrier-free trails. When you’ve had enough hiking, head back down for lunch at one of the pavilions or picnic sites. This park also offers boat ramps on the Arkansas River, so if you have a boat, plan a day for some cool, canine cruising.
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    #4 Riverdale

    There’s nothing better than miles and miles of trails, even if you have to travel far to get there. Well, that’s usually true, but for busy families, convenience trumps all. In downtown Little Rock, Arkansas, convenience is found between Lee Avenue and N Van Buren St in Allsopp Park. With open green spaces and lots of trails to explore, this park is a busy mom or dad’s after-work exploration dream. While it’s not a dog park, leashed dogs, adult humans, and children are welcome to all the park has to offer. Kids will love the ball fields, tennis courts, and playground, and dogs of all breeds will tug extra hard on their leashes while walking or running the beautiful trails. Pop in on a Saturday for lunch or a birthday party under one of the pavilions, or find a quiet picnic table. Or, stop for a bite to eat on the way home. With great access to town, there are tons of options.
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    #5 Hillcrest

    U.S. Pizza Company is a federal pizza pie-making agency based in the southeastern United States. Their first factory was founded in Arkansas to deliver the cheesiest, sauciest, sausagiest pizzas to the people and the pup-le. What you need to know about this company is they have multiple locations, fantastic food, they’re not actually a government pie-making agency, and dogs are allowed on the patios of all their locations. All pets must wear their rabies vaccination tags if they want to get a chance at cleaning up crumbs and uneaten crust. The Hillcrest location is on Kavanaugh in Little Rock, with other restaurants across the city, in Fair Park, Heights, Levy, McCain, and Rodney Parham. A purveyor of fine thin-crusts, U.S. Pizza Company also serves wings, nachos, pasta, salads, sandwiches, and more.
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