Amal Heights is a neighborhood situated in Atlanta, Georgia. The neighborhood is a ten-minute drive to the centre of Downtown Atlanta. The easiest route to take from the city center is down Pryor Road, heading southwest towards Amal Heights. This means that within the community's radius, there is plenty to do! Take a visit to the Atlanta Zoo, Brown’s Mill Golf Course, or the Lake Charlotte Nature Reserve.
Atlanta, much like the rest of Georgia, experiences a subtropical climate with short, mild winters and long, hot summers. This type of weather is perfect for that all-important walk in the park with your pup.
Around Amal Heights are plenty of puppy convenience stores and amenities. Intown Healthy Hound is located to the northwest. The store is well known for its laid-back approach yet knowledgeable staff. If this wasn’t enough, why not try Clean Dog Inc.? Clean Dog Inc. is a pet and puppy grooming parlour with a stylish a modern feel.
The neighborhood is fairly residential with pretty houses set back from the road behind long grass gardens. This adds to the affluent but peaceful feel of the ideal ‘white picket fence community’. Combine this with the primarily flat terrain and these features make the area perfect for taking your four-legged friend on an easy, yet charming stroll.
The neighborhood is a private gated community and you won't find the winding roads and streets of Amal Heights on Google Maps. Only the entrance to the area can be located, although this makes the area even more quaint and deserving of a dog walk! The community, to keep it rather private, is lined by tall trees at the edges. This adds to the feel of the walk by making it a more natural and less urbanized setting. All of this combined makes a fairly natural backdrop for you and your pup to explore.
There are plenty of green spaces for you and your pooch to get stuck into while in and around the neighborhood of Amal Heights. Perhaps South Bend Park is first on your list to visit. The park is not only home to flowing streams and large woodland areas, but also big fields for your pup to burn off some energy. South Bend Park is located to the south and is a convenient twenty-minute walk or a two-minute drive away from the community.
Once you’ve visited South Bend, the next stop on your list should be Swann Preserve. A little smaller than South Bend Park, Swan Preserve is no less worthy of a visit. The smaller size makes the green space much more manageable for you and your pooch to take a stroll. This is especially convenient if you fancy taking your pup for a dog walk when focusing on quality, not quantity!