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Dog Areas in Little Rock Air Force Base

The Little Rock Air Force Base, located northeast of Little Rock in the city of Jacksonville, is a family community. This area is near some quiet city parks, and it provides easy access to a few pawtastic trails. There is a veterinarian available on base to take care of your pup's health needs.

Plan a special day for you and your pooch and head about 16 miles southwest of the base to Burns Park in the city of Sherwood. This 1,700-acre facility includes walking trails, a covered bridge, open fields, picnic areas and a three-acre dog park.

Head over to Emerald Park on Marge Gardner Lane in North Little Rock to connect with the Arkansas River Trail. This paved pathway is popular with bikers, walkers, and joggers. Fido is welcome to join you to get some exercise here, provided you keep him on a leash that's no longer than ten feet.

If you're visiting friends or family in the area and need a place to stay with your furry pal, check out Jacksonville AirBnB vacation rentals. With 45 options in the area, you're bound to find suitable accommodations. Check with the owner about pet fees and any restrictions.

For families visiting or stationed at the Little Rock Air Force Base, there are plenty of dog-friendly activities to enjoy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Little Rock Air Force Base

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    Population Density 649/sq mi

    #1 Jacksonville

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    In the neighborhood of Jacksonville, just south of the base, you'll find a furriffic place for you and your pup to socialize and get some exercise. Head to Dupree Park off South Redmond Avenue. Let your pooch get some off-leash play time with other canine companions in the fenced dog park. If you want to spend some one-on-one time with your special pal, take advantage of the 1.3-mile paved trail that winds around this expansive facility. Hike or jog past Dupree Lake and the ball fields. Remember to keep your pup on a leash that's up to ten feet long when you're outside of the dog run.
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    Population Density 2,156/sq mi

    #2 Forest Oaks

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    The small residential neighborhood of Forest Oaks is just south of the Air Force base. This quiet community is surrounded by wooded lots and provides a peaceful area for dogs and their owners to go for a walk. When you want to get some exercise, take your pooch over to Ron Newport Recycle Park off Marshall Road. This pawtastic green space includes an outdoor walking track, open fields, and a picnic area with a grill. Stretch your legs, then let your special pal relax by your side while you grab a snack in the park. Dogs need to be on a leash that's no longer than ten feet in this area.
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    Population Density 2,245/sq mi

    #3 Central Jacksonville

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    The neighborhood of Central Jacksonville, just three miles from the base, is a residential area with tree lined streets. Here, you can go for a quiet walk with your four-footed friend. Bring along some burgers or dogs and grill out at Galloway Park. This small green space in the center of the neighborhood has picnic tables and benches. You can also head to Johnson Park and take a walk through the woods with your pup. Dogs are welcome to join you in city parks as long as they're restrained by a leash that's no longer than ten feet. Be respectful and clean up after your furry pal when visiting public areas.
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    Population Density 2,387/sq mi

    #4 Lost Creek

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    Lost Creek is a small residential neighborhood that's directly south of the base and northeast of Meto Bayou. Walk through the quiet streets of this community with your pup. If you want to get out and view some wildlife, head across the Bayou to Hughes Park off Glade Road. This facility features a walking trail and a wooded wetland area. Catch view of deer, Canada Geese, and more in this charming green space. Bring along a snack and enjoy a picnic with your furry friend at one of the tables. Dogs are permitted in this public facility as long as you keep them on a leash and pick up after them.
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    Population Density 286/sq mi

    #5 Little Rock Air Force Base

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    The Air Force Base in Little Rock is a close-knit community of families that serve in the USAF. On base, you'll find residential streets and wooded areas where you can go for a stroll with your pooch. When you want to get out and view some wildlife, check out Paradise Park, located just east of Perimeter Road and on N Redmond Road. This small green space features a half-mile trail and scenic lake with a footbridge. Enjoy a picnic with your furry friend or go fishing in the lake. Dogs are permitted in public areas provided you keep them on a leash up to ten feet long and pick up after them.
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