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Dog Areas in Conyers

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Conyers is a town located in the northern part of the state Georgia. Cat ownership in this state is at one of the lowest percentages in the country. People in this Southern state prefer the company of dogs and horseback riding is also very popular. Conyers offers a lot of space for equestrians and is a very dog-friendly town.

The best place to visit with one or more dogs in Conyers, Georgia, is the Pine Log Park. This regional park is not only a charm for families or people pursuing an active lifestyle but also great for dog owners. The park offers, among other things, a nature trail that is not only a great hike but also a perfect opportunity for dogs to get exercise.

Locals in Conyers also rave about the Lenora Dog Park in Snellville, Georgia. This dog park is an sub-component of a larger, 170-acre regional park and is divided into three playgrounds. There is an area for small dogs, an area for large dogs and a running area for all dogs with agility equipment.

It is easy to book a stay in one of the many hotels in Conyers, Georgia, even for travelers with pets. The La Quinta Inn & Suites, Hampton Inn, Jameson Inn, Motel 6 and Horizon Extended Stay allow dogs for an additional fee.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Conyers

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    Population Density 803/sq mi

    #1 East Conyers


    If you and your dog enjoy physical activity you will love Johnson Park. Located in East Conyers, this park is not a dog park but it has plenty of activities for you and your dog to enjoy. First of all, the park has many open spaces where you can spend time with your dog. Secondly, it has sports fields so consider taking your friends and making a day of it! Lastly, the park has a paved trail around its entirety so you and your dog can walk around the entire park! However, this is not a dog park so make sure you take a leash, doggie poop bags and plenty of water.

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    Population Density 973/sq mi

    #2 Central Stockbridge


    Consider going to the heart of Stockbridge, which is approximately half an hour from Conyers. There you will find South Rockdale Community Park. This small park is a hidden gem. Completely underrated, most residents do not know about the park. Although it isn't a dog park, it has lots of open spaces where you and your dog can run, play and relax. The park also has a trail that is approximately 1.5 miles long so you can run or walk around the park for some exercise. Just remember to keep your dog on a leash and to bring your own doggie poop bags!

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    Population Density 636/sq mi

    #3 West Conyers


    What’s better than a local park? The fact that the visitors are families from the surrounding neighborhood. You are likely to see them again and become friends. And hey, your dog may even make some new doggie friends! Head to West Conyers where you will find Pine Log Park. This park has playgrounds, open spaces and plenty of covered areas with seating. The park also has a long path that you can explore with your dog. Just make sure you take a leash and your own doggie poop bags. Trust us, you and your loyal pooch will have a pawsome time at the Pine Log Park!

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    Population Density 1,743/sq mi

    #4 Snellville


    If you drive only 15 miles from Conyers, you will find yourself in the beautiful city of Snellville, Georgia. Snellville is home to one of the only dog parks in the area, Lenora Park. This park has everything you and your dog could want. It has plenty of open spaces surrounded by scenic nature views as well as winding trails that go through the park. In addition, the park also has a pond where your dog can swim and play, making it the pawfect destination on a summer day! The park is spread over a sprawling 178 acres so you both will be occupied for a quite a long time! The dog park on the property also has lots of obstacles where your dog can play.

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    Population Density 973/sq mi

    #5 Panola Mountain

    At only 18 miles from Conyers is the city of Stockbridge. This city is home to Pamola Mountain State Park, and yes it is just as exciting as it sounds. This large park has plenty of hiking and walking trails. Although it is not a dog park, you will see plenty of dog owners walking in the park, making it a great place for you and your dog to make new friends! The park also has its very own pond. Consider taking a picnic, a good book, and a blanket and spending the day there. Trust us, your dog will love you furever!
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