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Dog Areas in Buford

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Buford is a city in Georgia located in both Gwinnett and Hall counties. While the downtown area offers striking shopping and cultural opportunities for families and tourists, the true fun happens outside the central area. Public parks, quiet spots for fishing and some hiking trails are gathered around Lake Lanier, about 15 minutes west of downtown. But do not restrict yourself to Buford. The vicinity is also dog-friendly, with plenty of pet-friendly restaurants and about 10 veterinary clinics.

Buford Dam Park is a wonderful and serene riverfront park at the eastern border of Buford. Featuring beaches, picnic spots and an abundance of recreation facilities, the park is a wonderful place to explore with Fido and catch up with some exercises. However, if you need a natural hidden spot remote from everyone, Lower Overlook is the pawfect place. Quiet and small, the park has several walking paths, including the Laurel Ridge Trailhead, and magnificent places for fishing! Pooches welcome to join their parents on-leash.

You can always come back to the city center for a bite or a great feast in Tannery Row Ale House, a historic brewery with craft beer and BBQ. Leashed doggie diners are welcome at the outdoor seating area!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Buford

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    Population Density 2,007/sq mi

    #1 Settlers Bridge


    The Settlers Bridge area in Suwanee, just 15 minutes northwest of Buford, is centered around Settlers Bridge Park. Remote from the city center, the park overlooks Chattahoochee River, a few miles south of the extensive golf course. This recreation site rests on 268 acres, offering multiple sports fields and 1.6 miles of walking trails. Feel free to explore them with your leashed fur baby! But if you want to have some off-leash fun and relax in the shade on a bench while your pup runs wild with other pooch pals, head to the on-site dog park. The designated off-leash spot has a fence, a single area with grass to wallow in, and lots of room to run and play!

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    Population Density 1,393/sq mi

    #2 Carolene Way


    Carolene Way in southern Cumming is home to Fowler Park. This spacious public place has a recreation center, an extensive walking loop, and access to Big Creek Greenway in the western part of the park. There are plenty of spots to explore with your pooch, including a designated doggy spot near the walking loop. This small and convenient off-leash area is hidden away from the main park attractions, which is an advantage! Never crowded, the area is perfect for playing fetch or exercising together with furry babies. The park lacks shade, so bring enough drinking water with you and some waste bags.

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    Population Density 1,977/sq mi

    #3 South Duluth


    The southern part of Duluth is outlined by Chattahoochee River, with multiple public parks and golf courses located on its banks. Rogers Bridge Park is a small and comfortable public area with picnic tables hidden in the shade. Chow down on a sandwich with Fido before getting some canine cardio at Chattapoochee Dog Park! This is a popular off-leash spot with a fence and two separate sections for small and large mutts. The roomy area has enough space for benches for humans, agility equipment, and access to the water. However, pups are not allowed to swim! Don't forget to bring water and waste bags with you.

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    Population Density 3,510/sq mi

    #4 Newtown


    Newtown is a busy commercial area in West Johns Creek located at the intersection of Old Alabama and Haynes Bridge roads. Here, you'll find plenty of shopping and dining facilities to keep you busy for an afternoon. If you're traveling through the area with your pup, don't fret -- there's a place for him here, too. Newtown Dream Dog Park is so named for a reason! This large area is a wonderful place to meet with other dog lovers and their pups! The park features two separate sections for large and small breeds, a small obstacle course, and fun sprinklers to play in during the summer.

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    Population Density 937/sq mi

    #5 Whitlock Farms


    Whitlock Farms is a northern Lawrenceville neighborhood located not far from the Mall of Georgia in Buford. The area is centered on Little Suwanee Creek and Old Peachtree Road, which will point your way to Rock Springs Park, a local community park offering about 113 acres with multiple playgrounds and sports fields. A big advantage of this park is that its expansive network of walking trails feature night lighting so you can take a stroll under the stars with your pooch! Pet parents are welcome to bring their leashed pooches along for a walk. Also, bring some waste bags and drinking water.

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