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Dog Areas in Dallas, GA

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More than 13,000 people live in the city of Dallas in Paulding County, Georgia. Dallas is also a suburb of northwestern Atlanta, and it's the county seat of Paulding. Incorporated in 1854, Dallas was the site of several battles during the American Civil War, and there are many historical landmarks in town to conserve them, including The Dallas Battlefield Park at Scott Smith Preserve. Dallas prides itself on balancing community, independence, and growth, and residents and visitors alike will quickly feel the close-knit bonds and vibrant energy in town. There are plenty of ways to get to know Dallas, and if you'd like to do so on foot with your dog, there are plenty of dog-friendly activities in and around town.

You and your dog can go for an on-leash walk along the Silver Comet Trail, which can be accessed in southern Dallas. This 61.5-mile concrete trail is ideal not only for dog walkers, but also for runners, inline skaters, and cyclists. The Silver Comet Trail goes through Cobb, Paulding, and Polk counties, and along your journey, you and your dog will come across a variety of trail-side amenities, residential communities, parks, and other scenic spots. If it's an off-leash activity you're looking for, there are plenty of those near Dallas as well!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dallas, GA

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    Population Density 747/sq mi

    #1 Hiram City Center

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    Hiram is a small city just east of Dallas, and right in the heart of town, you'll find the Hiram Hounds Dog Park. It's only a ten-minute drive from Dallas, and this off-leash park includes a section for dogs who weigh less than 35 pounds, a section for bigger dogs, and a third section where dogs of all sizes can mingle. Each area has a double-gated entryway as an added safety measure, and the City is working to add agility equipment, water stations, and other useful dog park features. Hiram Hounds connects to the Silver Comet Trail, so if you'd like to take your dog for an on-leash walk, you can do that near the dog park, too.
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    Population Density 1,530/sq mi

    #2 Pitner Road

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    If you and your pooch drive northeast for 15 minutes, you'll arrive in south-central Acworth, Georgia and the Pitner Road Dog Park. This off-leash park has a two-acre enclosure for large dogs and a one-acre space for small dogs. Both of these sections have water fountains for dogs, waste disposal stations, and covered seating areas for pet parents. This dog park has a reputation for attracting friendly dogs and humans, so you and your pet are sure to meet new friends. Other areas of Pitner Road Park have playgrounds, multi-use fields, and picnic areas. Your pet can explore these other parts with you as long as they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 2,129/sq mi

    #3 Canton Road

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    Another great dog park near Dallas you'll want to add to your list is the Lewis Dog Park in central Marietta, Georgia. It's a 30-mile drive east of Dallas, and this off-leash park has different areas for big and small dogs. Lewis Dog Park is known for being clean and well-maintained, and weekends are especially fun and busy at the dog park. There's a water hose for dogs, but remember to bring your own bowl. You'll also find seating areas, waste disposal supplies, and covered areas when you need a break from the sun. If your dog loves a game of fetch, the long shape of this park will be pawfect for them.
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    Population Density 4,346/sq mi

    #4 Cheney Woods

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    Smyrna is a city of more than 50,000 people that's located just south of Marietta. The northwestern corner of the town is home to Burger Park, and it's less than 20 miles from Dallas. Burger Park is Smyrna's first off-leash park, and it's quickly become a favorite spot for visitors and locals to bring their dogs. You'll find different sections for big and small dogs, as well as water fountains, waste disposal supplies, and seating. The dog park is located near an elementary school, and there are also playgrounds nearby if you'd like to take your two-legged children for a trip to the park, too!
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    Population Density 3,024/sq mi

    #5 Smyrna Heights

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    Smyrna Heights is one of the most beloved neighborhoods in Smyrna, and it's only 20 miles from Dallas. Known for its mid-century reliability and idyllic suburban setting, Smyrna Heights is also conveniently located near several parks, and it's still walking distance from downtown Smyrna. One of the parks in Smyrna Heights is Lake Court Park, and it has sports fields and courts, playgrounds, picnic pavilions, and an off-leash dog park. The Lake Court Dog Park has separate sections for big and little dogs, and it's positioned on a hill, which is sure to help tire out your pup. This dog park also has drinking water, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas.
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