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Dog Areas in Auburn, GA

Auburn, Georgia is a town that is small in size but big on charm. Named after its indigenous red earth, this historic Southern town has much to offer dogs and their owners. Ideally situated amidst both Gwinnett and Barrow Counties, Auburn offers many parks, walking trails, community events, and riverfront properties for families and their furry friends to enjoy. Though Auburn offers only one pet-friendly hotel within city limits, there are many hotels in neighboring boroughs for pet owners to choose from. A town that is well-renowned for its love for pets, Auburn boasts of five area veterinary clinics providing services to pets and their owners both living in and visiting this region.

While there are no specific dog-friendly activities within the Auburn area, several nearby cities offer dog parks with fenced-in play areas to allow Fido to burn off some steam with some off-leash play time. Looking for the perfect spot for a game of frisbee? Stop by one of the great dog parks in the surrounding areas of Gainesville, Lawrenceville, or Flowery Branch. Don't forget to bring plenty of water and waste bags with you for your adventures outside of town.

For a great family vacation with Fido, Auburn, Georgia is worth the trip!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Auburn, GA

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    Population Density 295/sq mi

    #1 Lake Lanier

    Tidwell Park at Lake Lanier is a particular favorite amongst locals and visitors. Located in nearby Cumming, Georgia, this lakeside attraction offers opportunities for leisurely strolls and dips in the lake to cool off on hot summer days. Tidwell Park is also home to many boats, and boat aficionados can relax on the peninsula and observe many sailing vessels launching out to sea. Lake Lanier itself consists of 38,000 acres of natural land, 690 miles of water access property, and 100 islands. With both beach and grass areas on site, it is an ideal spot for Fido and family to spend the day.
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    Population Density 1,378/sq mi

    #2 Fort Yargo State Park

    A 7-mile jaunt from Auburn, Fort Yargo State Park in Winder, Georgia, is comprised of a vast wonderland of nature trails for Fido and friends to explore. Dogs enjoying this park are required to be kept on a lead that is 6 feet in length or less. Access to swimming facilities, historic properties, and some camping areas is restricted to people only; however, the park does offer pet-friendly cottage rentals if booked in advance and for an additional fee. With over 20 miles of trails to discover, Fort Yargo State Park offers a fun hiking adventure for the entire family.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 295/sq mi

    #3 Buford Dam

    Looking for a more rustic outdoor adventure? Why not try tent living at Sawnee Campground in nearby Cumming, Georgia? This dog-friendly camping facility is situated 21 miles from Auburn in the Buford Dam area of Cumming. This pristine natural beauty is home to picturesque scenery and is renowned for its lake with turquoise-hued waters. There are many recreational activities for families to choose from, including various water sports, fishing, and hiking. The Sawnee Campground also lies near the scenic Westbank Overlook and only a short drive from the Sawnee Mountain Preserve, an ideal spot for viewing wildlife in its natural habitat. Nestled comfortably amidst the Georgia Blue Ridge Mountains, this campground is an idyllic spot for dogs to stretch their legs in a natural setting.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 802/sq mi

    #4 Mall of Georgia Blvd

    Buford, Georgia offers many pet-friendly attractions. 14.9 miles from Auburn, Buford is one of Georgia’s most pet-centric areas. There are 17 restaurants in town that allow pets to relax in the comfort of their patio areas. Got a craving for a great burger? Consider a stop at Buford’s Burger 21. Burger 21 offers handcrafted gourmet foods made and designer milkshakes. Fido is not only welcome; he is wanted! Patio umbrellas are installed in the seating area to provide shade for dogs visiting the restaurant with their owners. Was that burger so good that you might need to spend the night to enjoy another tomorrow? Choose from Buford’s two pet-friendly hotels for a good night’s rest for Fido and the whole family.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 947/sq mi

    #5 Rabbit Hill

    4.6 miles away from Auburn lies Dacula, Georgia, home to the much beloved dedicated dog facility known as Rabbit Hill Dog Park. Rabbit Hill Dog Park provides a well-shaded fenced space for dogs to enjoy some recreational play space. Dog owners give it high marks for its separate designated enclosures for large and small dogs and additional enclosure specified for dogs who like to run to burn off some energy. Also included at this dog park are grass and sand play areas and on-site agility equipment. Water is provided on site to help keep Fido well-hydrated during his play time at the park. Fido can enjoy off-leash play during his time in the play areas but must remain on lead when traveling to and from the dog park itself.
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