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Dog Areas in Carnesville

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Carnesville is a friendly community in central Franklin County, northeastern Georgia, set within scenic farmlands. The best way to explore the area is by bicycle, following along the wide roads. The local city attractions include two state parks: Victoria Bryant State Park and Tugaloo State Park, both of which offer much more than just a day out in a park! There are plenty of outdoor opportunities, and if your buddy is leashed, he can also come along and join the fun. Franklin County is generally pet-friendly and invites visitors to enjoy many public spaces with their dogs. The three closest veterinary clinics are in Alto and Cornelia.

Cornelia City Park is a furrific recreation area with multiple playgrounds, walking trails, a picnic shelter, and an off-leash area. This expansive, beautiful park is located about 30 minutes southwest of Carnesville and offers lots of fun and plenty of canine companions to play with! In comparison with Cornelia City Park, Belton Bridge Park is different. The size of the place is impressive; however, it isn't usually crowded and isn't as popular as Cornelia City Park, which makes it pawfect for timid pups! Located on the banks of Chattahoochee River, this park is also a great place to fish with your leashed pooch.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Carnesville

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    Population Density 1,077/sq mi

    #1 Stevens

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    Gainesville, located about an hour from Carnesville, is a nice place to visit with Fido, especially if you head to the Stevens neighborhood in the southern part of the city. Laurel Park, located at the very end of Laurel Park Road, is a perfect, quiet spot to share a mindful moment with your buddy as you walk. Apart from walking loops around the perimeter of the park and calm water views, the place also has a pet-friendly extension – Laurel Bark Park, a separate, fenced enclosure for pups to play off-leash together! The park has benches and lots of shade, but no drinking water, so be sure to bring some.

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    Population Density 1,977/sq mi

    #2 South Duluth

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    The southern part of Duluth, GA is outlined by the Chattahoochee River, which flows through several recreation areas. You won't want to miss a chance to play off-leash with your furry buddy at the puntastic Chattapoochee Dog Park, a wonderful fenced spot with tons of space! Split into two sections for small and large pups, the park has shaded areas, agility equipment, seating, and lots of furry friends! Restaurants and a commercial sector can be found along Peachtree Industrial Boulevard; this is also where you'll find Zoe's Kitchen. This dog-friendly restaurant will not disappoint, with a variety of treats on the menu and a number of outdoor tables for pups.

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    Population Density 6,801/sq mi

    #3 Woodland Hills

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    Athens, located due north of Carnesville, is a 30-minute drive away, but the trip to the Woodland Hills neighborhood is well worth it! This southern neighborhood features multiple recreation areas and plenty of pet-friendly eateries located nor far from the University of Georgia. If you travel with your pooch, Memorial Park should be your first stop. Enjoy an on-leash walk here, then have some off-leash playtime at the on-site dog park. Athens Memorial Dog Park is a furrific fenced enclosure offering leash-free fun for mutts of all sizes! Toys, plenty of space, and lots of tail-waggers to play with – all the ingredients for a great day out are available here!

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    Population Density 2,192/sq mi

    #4 Cedar Creek

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    Athens' Cedar Creek neighborhood is another great place to bring Fido. Located at the very eastern end of the city, along Lexington Road on the way to Arnoldsville, Cedar Creek has multiple public parks and facilities, making your life as a dog owner easier! If walking is your first priority, Southeast Clarke Park is just pawfect for mindful strolls with your leashed buddy. You can do some people-watching here, or just relax in the shade. Or, your pooch can sniff out some new canine companions at Wiggley Field, a small, fenced dog park in the southwestern corner of the park. Chat with local pup parents while you watch your buddy play from one of the benches.

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    #5 Westchester

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    Westchester is a neighborhood in Athens that's nestled on the Middle Oconee River. Significantly remote from the city center, Westchester features multiple residential quarters enlivened by the buzz of the highway nearby. You'll also find a great place to stop by with a pooch and explore here: Ben Burton Park, a small riverside park with wooded walking trails. There's nothing better than an easy hike along a natural landscape! For those who want something more adventurous, the park also has rental facilities for kayaking, boating, and sailing. Pooches can join you, but should stay on-leash. Be sure to bring plenty of water and waste bags with you as well.

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