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Dog Areas in Hapeville

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The city of Hapeville, Georgia might not get all the recognition its neighbor, Atlanta, does, but it’s just as worthy of attention! Hapeville is home to the first ever Chick-Fil-A restaurant, which is known as “the Dwarf House.” The city is also adjacent to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, which has been repeatedly chosen as the world’s busiest airport. So, while Atlanta may get all of the notoriety, Hapeville is trailing just behind it. A lot of young professionals working in Atlanta choose Hapeville to be their bedroom community, as the city is right near the heart of Atlanta while still being slightly less busy.

Hapeville has veterinarian clinics located just outside of the city, and there are several for dog owners to choose from, allowing you to get the best possible care for your canine companion. While there are a handful of dog-friendly restaurants in the city, you’ll want to venture into Atlanta if you’re looking for a dog park for your playful pooch. Have no fear, though; that’s only about a five-mile journey, so it’ll be a breeze. Hapeville is a great city for dog owners, whether you’re looking for somewhere to chow down with your chow hound or you want to venture into the city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hapeville

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    Population Density 1,539/sq mi

    #1 Custer St/Hamilton Ave


    If you’re in Georgia, chances are you love to chow down on some classic southern cuisine, and make no bones about it, Hapeville has the perfect place to get it! Slideways is a dog-friendly restaurant that serves up mouthwatering barbecue and fried chicken. Want something a bit different? Try one of their juicy burgers topped with a fried egg and fried onion rings. Just try not to stuff yourself! Fido can join you at one of the restaurant’s outdoor tables, but he’ll need to stay on a leash and be on his best behavior. Bone Appetit! 

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    Population Density 3,014/sq mi

    #2 Grant Park


    Grant Park isn’t technically a dog park; your pooch will need to stay on his leash while you two explore the grounds. However, this park, located about five miles from Hapeville, is still a great place to let your dog socialize with other dogs. Many dog owners rave about how beautiful this park is, and there are always plenty of other dogs. You’ll want to bring along some water in case you or your dog gets thirsty, and you’ll definitely want to grab some waste disposal bags from home. Make sure to pick up any mess your dog may make!

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    Population Density 10,810/sq mi

    #3 Old Fourth Ward


    Although Old Fourth Ward’s Renaissance Park Dog Park might sound old-fashioned, locals insist this bark park is anything but! Located about seven miles north of Hapeville, this dog park has plenty of room for your pooch to run around and get in his exercise while exploring off-leash. It’s been open since 2013, and it’s actually the community’s first free-to-use dog park. You’ll need to bring along water and waste disposal bags. There’s seating for pup parents to take a breather on while their pooch burns off all that pent-up energy. Have a ball at Renaissance Park Dog Park!

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    Population Density 3,636/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Atlanta


    If you’re looking to have a fun day out with your dog, make sure to visit downtown Atlanta, which is only about six miles from Hapeville. Enjoy a walk in Woodruff Park, where your leashed dog can explore with you. Make sure to bring your phone along to snap pictures of the beautiful flowers! After your walk, enjoy grabbing some grub at Kaleidoscope Bistro and Pub. Your leashed canine companion can chow down with you on their patio if the weather permits. They’ll even give him some water – no beer allowed for your four-legged friend!

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    Population Density 2,500/sq mi

    #5 Reynoldstown


    Parkgrounds is a popular bark park and café in Atlanta’s Reynoldstown neighborhood, which is just a hop, skip, and a jump up the road from Hapeville. Parkgrounds even has its own coffeeshop that’s adjacent to the dog play area! This dog park gives both you and your dog the chance to meet some new friends, and if you’re a dog parent, you can never have too many other dog parents as friends. Make sure your pooch plays it nice with other pups, or you might be asked to leave the play area.

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