A small neighborhood situated far northwest of Atlanta, Georgia is a community called Bolton Hills. The area is characterized by its unique mix-and-match housing that is separated from the roads by small driveways. The roads wind around the community giving it a distinctive layout, and making it a great place to explore! Bolton Hills is a modest little village which contributes to its distinctive community feel.
The weather in Bolton Hills mirrors the rest of Atlanta. After the long, hot summers comes the animated autumn. Soon after, the leaves start to shed and the grey, mild winter begins. It doesn't stay for long though as the beautiful vibrant spring commences and starts to wake up the sleepy settlement from the brief winter.
Bolton Hills has a lot of puppy-friendly amenities and its distance from central Atlanta does not detract from its conveniences. You'll find many parks, puppy-friendly cafes, and pet stores being located just a short drive away.
Bolton Hills is a great mixture of urban and rural with tall trees towering behind the tiny houses and large gardens surrounding the properties. It's just a simple housing community. No fast moving cars or noisy traffic here! For this reason, it's very unlikely that you will find a sidewalk here. It is very common for the locals to be walking on the roads with their pups or taking them to the local park. Because of this, this residential neighborhood has a slow pace of life, making it perfect for taking your pup on an easy stroll.
The region mirrors the topography of the local area of Atlanta with a mixture of flat and hilly areas. Bolton Hills is a fairly flat neighborhood, although you may find the odd street that curves up a hill, creating a small incline. This means that the neighborhood provides you with a pleasant stroll instead of that strenuous walk!
Atlanta Industrial Park is a green space located exactly west of the community. This is a large commercial space built on acres of green land. Although its primary function is not built for dog walks, there are ample fields, benches, footpaths, and grassland for you to walk your pup.
If this wasn’t exactly what you were looking for, Lillian Cooper Shepherd Park is a modest and peaceful local park just a five-minute walk away from the center of Bolton Hills. The park hosts a walking trail and a stream too and, because of the parks locality, it is the ideal spot for the daily dog walk!
If this wasn’t enough, the surrounding neighborhoods host at least three green spaces, all less than a five-minute drive away. This includes AD Williams Park, Chattahoochee Park and Whittier Mill Park. All three parks host walking trails, woodland shaded areas, picnic facilities, and even biking tracks.