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Dog Areas in Braselton

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Plenty of things make Braselton, Georgia a unique and exciting place to live, and being located in four different counties is just one of them. Around 10,000 people call Braselton home, and more than half a million visitors come to town each year to experience the world-renowned Chateau Elan Winery and Resort and the Chateau Elan Golf and Residential Community. The population continues to grow rapidly, and for a place voted "America's Dream Town," it isn't hard to see why. Braselton is conveniently located near the I-85, so it's easy to get to nearby cities, and the town's infrastructure systems are top-notch. There are also plenty of recreational opportunities in and around Braselton, and many of them happy to be dog-friendly.

There are a handful of dog-friendly restaurants in town. Houndstooth is just one of them, and you'll find it on Grand Hickory Drive in northern Braselton. Houndstooth is a casual bar and grill that serves classic comfort food dishes like pasta, burgers, sandwiches, and much more. The cozy patio is dog-friendly, so Roxy can come along with you when you head out for dinner. When you and your pup aren't checking out one of Braselton's great restaurants, the two of you can head to a nearby off-leash park!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Braselton

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    Population Density 1,401/sq mi

    #1 Rabbit Hill

    Dacula is a city in Gwinnett County, Georgia with a population of more than 5,000 people. The northwestern corner of the city is only about 15 miles from Braselton, and this is where you'll find Rabbit Hill Park. This 200-acre park has two walking trails, sports fields, playgrounds, a river channel, pavilions, and an off-leash park. The Rabbit Hill Dog Park is a large, fenced space with separate enclosures for big and small dogs, as well as a third enclosure for training. Each section has drinking water and bowls, as well as waste disposal supplies, seating areas, and shade. The park is open daily from sunrise to 11 PM, and your dog can join you throughout other areas of Rabbit Hill Park when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,077/sq mi

    #2 Stevens

    If you and your dog make the half-hour drive north to northern Gainesville, Georgia you'll arrive at the Laurel Bark Park. This spacious off-leash park has separate big and small dog sections, and there are hills throughout the park to help tire your dog out. There are also water fountains for dogs, waste disposal supplies, and seating. The rest of Laurel Park is a 124-acre park with sports fields, picnic areas, playgrounds, walking trails, boating, an amphitheater, and so much more. If you'd like to visit other regions in Laurel Park with your dog, you're welcome to do so if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 3,067/sq mi

    #3 Ansley Brook

    Lawrenceville is a city in Georgia that's also a suburb of Atlanta, and it's home to nearly 30,000 people. The southwestern corner of the town is 30 miles from Braselton, and that's where you and your pooch will find Ronald Reagan Park. This 25-acre park has activities for the whole family to enjoy, from horseshoe pits, a skate park, playgrounds, multi-use trails, and much more. There's even a two-acre dog park, and it has separate enclosures for big and small dogs. The Ronald Reagan Dog Park also has a water hose and bowls, as well as waste disposal supplies, seating areas, and shade to keep pet parents comfortable.
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    Population Density 729/sq mi

    #4 Grandview Estates

    You and your dog will find Mulberry Creek Park in northeastern Flowery Branch, Georgia and it's less than a 20-minute drive from Braselton. This 22-acre park has a community center, playgrounds, a walking track, sports fields, and an off-leash dog park. The Mulberry Creek Dog Park has a large dog section with an extra-high fence, as well as a second section just for the little guys. Just outside of the dog park gates, you'll find a water fountain for dogs, and inside the park, there are dog bags and seating. Other outdoor areas of Mulberry Creek Park are dog-friendly, but Sparky must stay on a leash.
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    Population Density 477/sq mi

    #5 Southeast Dacula

    There's another dog park in Dacula that you and your doggo won't want to miss, and this one is less than 20 miles and just a half an hour from Braselton. You'll find it at Harbins Park in the deep southeastern corner of town. There's a lot to love about this off-leash park, including the big and small dog sections, as well as an agility area with modern and sturdy equipment. During the warmest months of the year, running water is available, and there's also covered seating areas for humans. The rest of Harbins Park is a 1,960-acre park with walking trails, playgrounds, a lake, and picnic pavilions, and if your pup is leashed, they can join you throughout the park.
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