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Dog Areas in Flowery Branch

3 Parks
2 Shops
7 Eateries
2 Groomers

With Lake Lanier as its backdrop, the historic city of Flowery Banks is incredibly scenic, making it such a fun place to explore with your dog. Not only will the both of you be able to stroll through city parks and marinas, but there are also quite a few dog-friendly restaurants and hotels to choose from here, as well as two veterinary clinics.

City parks are always fun to explore, but there is nothing quite like letting your dog run free in an off-lead dog park. If that sounds like something your pooch would love, head to the 22 acre Mulberry Creek Park, complete with sports facilities, a large community center, and a fenced-in dog park. There are two separate areas within the dog park, one for smaller dogs and one for larger breeds, as well as plenty of doggie bags available. While there is no water within the dog park itself, just outside of the gate is a doggie water fountain where Fido can drink to his heart's content.

When it comes to dog-friendly accommodation in Flowery Branch, there are a couple of AirBnB rentals around the city. If your pooch would prefer to be closer to nature, the Van Pugh South Campground, which boasts hot showers and laundry facilities, allows two dogs per guest, although they must be kept on a lead when around the campground.

With some truly pawtastic options for dog walks, as well as dog-friendly places to stay and eat, there is no doubt your pooch will love all that Flowery Branch has to offer.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Flowery Branch

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 586/sq mi

    #1 Lights Ferry/ Mitchell

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    With views overlooking Lake Lanier, the Lights Ferry/ Mitchell neighborhood is definitely a scenic part of town. One pawsome place where you and Fido can soak up your surroundings is the Flowery Branch Bay Park. There are 6.5 acres to explore here, and while you will need to keep your pooch on a lead, you will be able to show him everything from fishing boats to trains running along the water's edge. You can either bring along a snack to eat at one of the park's picnic areas, or treat your pooch to a meal at Moonie's Texas Barbecue, a casual dog-friendly restaurant serving up everything from pulled pork to brisket. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 579/sq mi

    #2 Aqualand

    36

    Located on Lake Lanier, the Aqualand neighborhood boasts the largest inland marina in all of America, making this the pawfect spot for a dog walk with a view. There are 144 acres to sniff around in here, and the area is so serene and peaceful, so you and Fido can really enjoy a leisurely stroll. For some greenery, the Aqualand Park is just nearby, where you will find a small grassy area for your pooch to sniff around in. If the two of you are feeling hungry, head over to Pig Tales on Lake Lanier. Their dog-friendly lakefront patio is a beautiful place for you and your pup to sample their BBQ specialities. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 986/sq mi

    #3 Parkland Ridge

    24

    Many pups love to be treated to a special meal out, and with its high concentration of dog-friendly restaurants, the Parkland Ridge neighborhood is the ideal place to go. For pooches in the mood for Italian, Fini's Pizzeria is a family-owned joint that serves up authentic pizzas, made fresh each day. You've also got the option of American cuisine at Crossroads Bar and Grille, while the Green Tavern serves up comfort food with a high end twist. For sweet, smokey BBQ dishes that will have Fido's mouth watering, give one of the ten pet-friendly tables at Shane's Rib Shack a try. 

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 679/sq mi

    #4 Belmont Place

    12

    Belmont Place is quite a quiet neighborhood, making its serene streets ideal for a relaxing stroll with your dog. It is also home to one of the finest parks in the city, the Alberta Banks Park. This park is one that is always popular with pooches, because not only is it home to sports facilities, a playground and picnic areas, but there are 23 acres for your pup to explore here, although you will need to keep him on a lead at all times. There is drinking water available at this park, but you will still need to bring some doggie bags for Fido.

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    Population Density 1,295/sq mi

    #5 Thurmon Tanner Road

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    Less than four miles away from Flowery Branch is the Oakwood neighborhood of Thurmon Tanner Road. This area is always popular with dog owners visiting the region, as not only are there dog-friendly restaurants here, but a dog-friendly hotel too. The Jameson Inn Oakwood Gainesville is a cheery, comfortable hotel that allows one pet per room for a small additional fee. When it comes to dog-friendly restaurants nearby, Steak 'n Shake serves up speciality burgers, each one made with steak, which you will no doubt have to share with your pooch. If you would prefer casual, deli-style fare instead, give the delicious subs and salads at Firehouse Subs a try.  

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