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Dog Areas in Brunswick, GA

2 Parks
1 Eatery
5 Groomers

Brunswick, Georgia has a boatload of great attractions for you and Fido to enjoy together! Whether you're a history buff looking to explore the old downtown, or you just want to enjoy the coastal air and fresh seafood, there's something for everybody.

Home to several dog parks, Brunswick offers acres of space for you pooch to play off-leash. A local favorite is the North Glynn Recreation Complex Dog Park, which provides separate areas for large and small dogs, water, doggie bags, and lots of shade. The complex is also home to a playground and fish-stocked pond. In addition, Frederica Park and Epworth Park allow off-leash dogs in their dog runs.

Want to get your toes in the water? Try the beaches on Saint Simons Island, which allow off-leash dogs from Labor Day to Memorial Day, during the off-season. During the regular "busy" and expected season, from May to September, dogs are allowed off-leash between 6pm and 9am each night.

If you're in the mood to explore historic Brunswick, the Brunswick Landing Marina is a must-see. With over eighteen acres of grassland overlooking the Brunswick River, this marina has a ton of great amenities, including free water, free laundry, free wi-fi, and well-kept bathrooms. Notable for the friendly regulars and staff, the marina is a great dog-friendly place to spend some quality time with your pooch.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brunswick, GA

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,333/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Brunswick


    If you live in Brunswick, Georgia, you know it is so beautiful with an abundance of open spaces so it doesn’t even seem like a necessity to have dedicated areas just for dogs. Still, there is one dog park in the city where you can take your dog, the North Glynn Park. This park is home to a small fenced in areas for dogs of all breeds and sizes. This secluded park is a little difficult to find but well worth the trip. It also has plenty of amenities including trash cans, doggie poop bags, benches and shaded areas.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 75/sq mi

    #2 East Brunswick


    There is a lack of dog parks in the city of Brunswick, Georgia. However, there is definitely no shortage of parks in the area. East Brunswick is home to the Blythe Island Regional Park. This gigantic park has an abundance of open spaces where you and your dog can run around freely. The park also has plenty of amenities such as bathrooms and water fountains. Furthermore, the park has free admission and lots of places to sit under the shade. As it is not an off-leash park, you will have to take a leash with you and stay vigilant at all times.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 288/sq mi

    #3 St. Simon's Island


    Although there are no dog parks on St. Simon’s Island, it is still one of the best places for you and your dog to go to. This is not a park but a long stretch of ocean with clear, beautiful water from the Atlantic Ocean. Unfortunately, as it is not a dog park, you have to take a leash, doggie poop bags and your own toys. However, because the beach is worth it, many dog owners decide to make a day of it. Pack a picnic, pick a good book and take plenty of doggie toys. You and your dog will have a pawsome time at the beach!

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 33/sq mi

    #4 Jekyll Island


    Although Jekyll Island is not a residential area nor a dog park, it has plenty of space for you and your dog. Jekyll Island Beach is one of the most beautiful places in Georgia. Unfortunately it is not an off-leash dog beach, so you will have to leave the leash on. Furthermore, it has plenty of space so you can run around the beach with your dog. However, you will need to take your own water and doggie poop bags. In addition, take your own doggie toys as the beach is often secluded and it is unlikely you will run into other dogs and owners.

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 569/sq mi

    #5 Fernandina Beach


    Interestingly, one of the closest dog parks to Brunswick, Georgia is located 60 miles away in Fernandina Beach, Florida. Fernandina Beach is home to the Nassau Humane Society Dog Park. This dog park is one of the best parks you will ever see. You do need to provide proof of dog vaccinations before you can enter and gain a membership. The park has plenty of open spaces, grassland, toys, swimming ponds and water spaces for dogs. It also has lots of seating for dog owners on chairs and benches under the shade of large trees. Your dog will have an amazing time and make new doggie friends!

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