Dog Walkers in Fayetteville, GA

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Dog Areas in Fayetteville, GA

12 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
10 Eateries
6 Groomers
Fayetteville is a small, agricultural city in Fayette County, Georgia. This small town offers great parks and restaurants that welcome  your pup to hang out with you. There are seven veterinarians in town, making sure your pup is in perfect health.

Head over to the McCurry Park South for a great day at the park. This large community park offers athletic fields, a disk golf course, playgrounds, and a picnic area where you both can sit down and enjoy lunch together. There is a walking trail that goes throughout the park where you and your dog can get a good walk in while you're are visiting.

If you both are craving something yummy, stop into Starbucks. They offer delicious beverages, plus bakery items, salads, and sandwiches that you can eat. Grab a coffee and sit on their dog friendly outdoor patio with your four legged friend and enjoy it while Fido enjoys his very own Puppuiccino.

Check into the Holiday Inn Express Fayetteville. They welcome your four legged friend to get some rest with you while you are in town.

Your pup will love relaxing in Fayetteville with you and exploring all the great parks and eating all the amazing food the town has to offer.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fayetteville, GA

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    Population Density 1,515/sq mi

    #1 Beauregard

    Kiwanis Park is a lovely park to take your pup to for a fun day out beside you. The park offers a playground, baseball field, trees for shade, and plenty of shade to keep everyone cool. There is a great paved walking trail that you and Fido can use for a lovely walk. Patriot Park is just down the road from Kiwanis Park, and offers dogtastic amenities for you and your pup. Enjoy the goregous walking trail that is surrounded by trees in this park. There is grass for fetch but make sure to keep your pup on a leash while you are visiting.
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    Population Density 1,609/sq mi

    #2 Winterthur Woods

    Grab a bite to eat with your furry pal by your side while you are in the Winterthur Woods area. Checkers Drive-In is a great spot to stop for a bite to eat and they promise some bold and made-to-order burgers. They offer burgers, chicken dishes, and classic wings here. If your dog is hungry, grab a hot dog for him and enjoy both of your meals on their dog friendly outdoor patio. Before you leave, make sure to grab a shake or apple pie and maybe your dog and snag a bite before heading home for the day!
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    Population Density 1,613/sq mi

    #3 Summit Point

    Heritage Park is a dogtastic park to take your furry pal out to for a fun day out walking and exploring. The park has a great paved walking trail that run through it that you and your pup can use for a good walk outside. There is plenty of grass throughout the park for fetch, and the entire park is covered in trees to help provide shade for everyone. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash while you are visiting, and don't forget to bring along some water and your clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 982/sq mi

    #4 Medford Manor

    If you and your pup are in the Medford Manor neighborhood while hunger strikes, there are two great restaurants that the two of you can eat at together. Shane's Rib Shack is a simple BBQ joint that offers sweet and smokey options on their menu. Partner's Pizza serves up a variety of food, including pizza, salads, and wings. They are known for their Potato Pizza, and your pup will be dying to get a lick of it. Both of these restaurants offer dog friendly patios where Fido can sit along side of you while you enjoy your meal.
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    Population Density 514/sq mi

    #5 Forest Lake

    The McCurry Park Walking Trails is a great trail to take your pup on for a fun hike. The trail goes through a wood area that is covered by trees to keep you and your pup shaded while you walk. The trail is paved, so it is perfect for any skill level of hiker. While hiking, your dog needs to stay on a leash and make sure to bring water along with so Fido can stay hydrated on his hike. The trail will connect to McCurry Park for even more outdoor adventure!
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