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      Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Douglas

      Bethal

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      191 per sq. mi.

      Bethal

      4848

      Bethal is a southwestern neighborhood of the city, and home to the Unity Park, an urban spot with paved trails that encircle and go through the park. The area has open fields and enclosed baseball fields, which are dog-friendly to leashed pups. For more open space though, head north to Wade Field, a park with different recreational ballfields, with enclosed tennis courts, baseball and basketball fields. The fenced-in fields are dog-friendly to leashed dogs between games, and provide a place for Fido to run around and play safely. Both parks have benches and trash bins for humans to use.

      Upton

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      230 per sq. mi.

      Upton

      3636

      The Upton neighborhood takes up the northwestern portion of the town. Residents can enjoy this quiet neighborhood with plenty of green areas and places to walk Fido, like Wheeler Park. This forested park is dog-friendly with tennis courts and a baseball field, and plenty of shaded areas with natural dirt and concrete trails throughout. There are benches, trash bins, water fountains, and plenty of room to run around with Fido. Nearby, Holt's Bakery and Restaurant offers fresh baked goods, and two dog-friendly outdoor tables and complimentary water in bowls for thirsty pups.

      Central Douglas

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      422 per sq. mi.

      Central Douglas

      2424

      Central Douglas boasts plenty of foot traffic and business activity throughout the neighborhood, but despite the fast-paced area, there are still parks in the concrete jungle. The Eastside Park is one of these, with over 10 acres of open space, forested areas, recreational ballfields, benches, and water fountains. Dogs will have plenty of room to go for a leisurely stroll or to run around to get some energy out. The Emma Ward Park is in the southern part of the neighborhood and offers an entirely forested area with paved trails, a gazebo, benches, and picnic area. Dogs must remain on a leash at both parks.

      Douglas City Center

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      183 per sq. mi.

      Douglas City Center

      1212

      The Douglas City Center neighborhood holds most of the residential homes in the city, and residents are always looking for an excellent place to walk their pup. Residents don't have to go far luckily, thanks to the Roundtree Center Park. This park has everything a dog and their owner could want, shaded sitting areas, paved trails throughout the park for walking, and open areas for fetch or running. Additional features include water fountains, trash bins, and clean-up stations. Although for a quieter walk, dog-lovers can head to the Vincent Gardens. The nursery is a dog-friendly outdoor greenhouse with plenty of beautiful flowers and grassy fields to walk Fido for no cost.

      West Green

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      72 per sq. mi.

      West Green

      00

      The West Green neighborhood is the largest neighborhood in Douglas, and features large areas of open farmland. In the region is the General Coffee State Park, a massive 1,511-acre park with a 4-acre lake. There are 13.4 miles of trails here that are partly made up of a wooden boardwalk that meanders along the southern coast of the lake and leads into scenic swamplands. Dogs are welcome on all of the trails as long as they remain on a leash, but must not go into the swimming areas or historic places of the park. Additional features include trash bins, water fountains, and benches along the trail.

      Bethal

      4848
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      191 per sq. mi.

      Bethal

      4848

      Bethal is a southwestern neighborhood of the city, and home to the Unity Park, an urban spot with paved trails that encircle and go through the park. The area has open fields and enclosed baseball fields, which are dog-friendly to leashed pups. For more open space though, head north to Wade Field, a park with different recreational ballfields, with enclosed tennis courts, baseball and basketball fields. The fenced-in fields are dog-friendly to leashed dogs between games, and provide a place for Fido to run around and play safely. Both parks have benches and trash bins for humans to use.

      Upton

      3636
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      230 per sq. mi.

      Upton

      3636

      The Upton neighborhood takes up the northwestern portion of the town. Residents can enjoy this quiet neighborhood with plenty of green areas and places to walk Fido, like Wheeler Park. This forested park is dog-friendly with tennis courts and a baseball field, and plenty of shaded areas with natural dirt and concrete trails throughout. There are benches, trash bins, water fountains, and plenty of room to run around with Fido. Nearby, Holt's Bakery and Restaurant offers fresh baked goods, and two dog-friendly outdoor tables and complimentary water in bowls for thirsty pups.

      Central Douglas

      2424
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      422 per sq. mi.

      Central Douglas

      2424

      Central Douglas boasts plenty of foot traffic and business activity throughout the neighborhood, but despite the fast-paced area, there are still parks in the concrete jungle. The Eastside Park is one of these, with over 10 acres of open space, forested areas, recreational ballfields, benches, and water fountains. Dogs will have plenty of room to go for a leisurely stroll or to run around to get some energy out. The Emma Ward Park is in the southern part of the neighborhood and offers an entirely forested area with paved trails, a gazebo, benches, and picnic area. Dogs must remain on a leash at both parks.

      Douglas City Center

      1212
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      183 per sq. mi.

      Douglas City Center

      1212

      The Douglas City Center neighborhood holds most of the residential homes in the city, and residents are always looking for an excellent place to walk their pup. Residents don't have to go far luckily, thanks to the Roundtree Center Park. This park has everything a dog and their owner could want, shaded sitting areas, paved trails throughout the park for walking, and open areas for fetch or running. Additional features include water fountains, trash bins, and clean-up stations. Although for a quieter walk, dog-lovers can head to the Vincent Gardens. The nursery is a dog-friendly outdoor greenhouse with plenty of beautiful flowers and grassy fields to walk Fido for no cost.

      West Green

      00
      Population DensityPopulation Density
      72 per sq. mi.

      West Green

      00

      The West Green neighborhood is the largest neighborhood in Douglas, and features large areas of open farmland. In the region is the General Coffee State Park, a massive 1,511-acre park with a 4-acre lake. There are 13.4 miles of trails here that are partly made up of a wooden boardwalk that meanders along the southern coast of the lake and leads into scenic swamplands. Dogs are welcome on all of the trails as long as they remain on a leash, but must not go into the swimming areas or historic places of the park. Additional features include trash bins, water fountains, and benches along the trail.

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