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Dog Areas in Acworth, GA

8 Parks
8 Trails
19 Shops
20 Eateries
4 Groomers

One of the most fascinating things to know about Acworth, Georgia is that it played a major role in the Civil War. Besides being almost destroyed by a battle fought there, Acworth also had its very own infantry. The townsfolk rebuilt after the Civil War, and the town soon became a major producer of cotton. If you are a lover of Kevin Bacon, or the movie Footloose, you may find that the fact that film was made here more exciting than its Civil War history.

Bring your dog, and his leash, over to Main Street, where you can sign up for the Living History Walking tour. Your tour guide will show you all the important Civil War spots in town. You'll also see spots featured in Footloose. Whether you're just visiting Acworth or you're looking for a place to settle down, this tour is a must for learning more about this charming city.

If you want to embark on your own unique adventure, take your dog over to Logan Farm Park. This 120-acre park has plenty of op-paw-tunities for you to enjoy the Georgia sunshine. The walking trails stretch into the city and loop back onto themselves. Be sure to bring doggie waste bags and water along for your excursion.

Acworth is the pawfect place to live or visit with your pooch, particularly if you're a history buff or a film fanatic!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Acworth, GA

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    Population Density 1,288/sq mi

    #1 Beach St

    Acworth Beach welcomes your dog to enjoy the sand and surf with you! You will have to keep your buddy on a leash while you're here, but you can walk the sandy shoreline and splash in the water. There are playgrounds, restrooms, and trails. Everything here is open to the public all year long. You and your dog will love the family-friendly atmosphere as you play the day away. You will need to be sure to bring your own doggie bags while you play. Bringing some water isn't a bad idea, either. This is a fun getaway spot where you could easily spend the whole day with the family.
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    #2 North West

    Altoona Creek Trail is a series of trail systems that meander through a natural area. All the trails are labeled so you can choose the perfect adventure. Go online and print a map or just go  explore; the choice is yours. This is a nature area that is closed during November and December for hunting. That means the other ten months it is open for you to come and see animals in their natural habitat. It is not unusual to see deer, so bring your camera. There is no running water, restrooms, or trash cans. Be sure to bring your own supplies, like waste bags and water, to keep the trail beautiful for everyone.
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    #3 Pinter Road

    Pitner Road Dog Park is the perfect place to bring your dog for some mutts-needed playtime! You'll almost always find local pups here, so your canine companion is sure to make some new friends! There is a huge fenced area that is separated into two areas: one for small dogs and the other for large breeds. Besides having plenty of room to run, there are woods to explore as well. The playground is right next door to it so that your little humans have somewhere safe to play. There are restrooms, water fountains, and cleaning stations. All you need is to grab a leash and come play!
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    Population Density 1,288/sq mi

    #4 Mars Hill

    Volcano Steak and Sushi is an authentic Japanese Grill that allows you to bring your dog along to dine. You will love that they only use fresh ingredients for their handmade sushi rolls. The steaks are always cooked to perfection. The menu includes a full range of appetizers and desserts. Grab a cold drink while you wait. This is the place to meet up with your friends and enjoy an evening out. The atmosphere is friendly and upbeat no matter what day of the week you go. The food and atmosphere here are almost as good as the company of your canine companion!
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    #5 Senator Russell Ave

    Center Street Tavern is a historic restaurant. Well, the restaurant itself isn't historic, but the building it's housed in is. The building, which is located in Acworth's Historic Downtown, was originally a hardware store. Today, it's a crowd favorite with both residents and visitors alike. The fare here is classic American. You can order everything from tacos to burgers, and even fish and chips. If you want something heartier, you can opt for steak or ribs. Your favorite brews are on tap here. So, what are you waiting for? Grab your dog and come get a good meal!
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