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Dog Areas in High Shoals

There is a reason why there are so many soulful songs written about the great state of Georgia. The state is full of incredible nature, beautiful wildlife, and delicious food. Trust us, after you spend some time in Georgia, you won't be able to get Georgia off your mind.

If you live in North High Shoals, you are incredibly lucky. The location of this city is central, yet not in t. This residential city has plenty of beauty surrounding it. Not only is every neighborhood beautiful and picturesque but it is in close proximity to many large forests. If you are craving an outdoor adventure head to Chattahoochee National Forest, Nantahala National Forest, Oconee National Forest, or Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge. 

However, you are not confined to just spending time outdoors. There is always the option of driving a very short distance to Athens, Georgia. Although Athens is primarily a college town, it has plenty of small parks, restaurants and fun college football games. 

Another option is Atlanta, often referred to as 'Hotlanta' because of its abundance of music, food, fashion and culture. The city really has something for everyone, human or canine.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in High Shoals

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    Population Density 436/sq mi

    #1 Woodlands

    Now just because there is no dog park in High Shoals, do not worry. If you drive only a few minutes from your home to the city of Bogart, Georgia you will find a wonderful dog park called Bark Park. This bark park has many large yards for pups of all sizes. Futhermore it is an off-leash park so your pooch can run wild and free. Plus, the park also has plenty of seating for humans. Feel free to take a good book and sit on a bench while your pup socializes, plays and makes some pooch friends!
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    Population Density 267/sq mi

    #2 City Center

    Another park only a few minutes from North High Shoals is Harris Shoals Park. This park is not a dog park but it is a wonderful place to take your pup, family or friends. This park has many grassy open spaces, forests, trails and seating. It is frequented by many in the area who enjoy working out alone, in group or with their pooches. It is the perfect blend of a family park full of life and activity with the beauty of the great outdoors and all the wildlife that goes along with it. Just make sure your pup is leashed at all times.
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    Population Density 1,388/sq mi

    #3 Woodland Hills

    At about a ten minute drive from North High Shoals you will find the beautiful city of Athens, Georgia. This city is full of college students with plenty of pups. Athens is home to Athens Memorial Dog Park. This park has plenty of space for pups to run and play. It is completely fenced in so your pup can run without a leash. It also has seating for all the humans watching their adorable pooches play. Just make sure you take a towel with you because the park can get pretty muddy after a typical Georgia thunderstorm.
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    Population Density 973/sq mi

    #4 Cedar Creek

    Drive ten minutes from your home to Athens, where you will find a wondrfurr dog park. One of the biggest parks in the area is Southeast Clarke Park. This gigantic park has walking trails, huge playground equipment, and many sports and activity facilities. But the best part? It has a huge dog park with many amenities for humans and their pups with the cutest name imaginable, 'Wiggley Park'. Be sure to leave the dog leash at home but make sure you take doggie poop bags. These parks are wonderful not only for your pooch but also for an entire family outing.
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    Population Density 53/sq mi

    #5 Central Woodville

    Although Oconee National Forest is not a dog park in some ways it is even better for your pooch. Although it will take you approximately fifteen minutes to get there from your home, it is well worth the drive. This national foret is incredibly large and beautiful. Plus, unlike other parks, the Oconee National Forest has many activities you and your pooch an engage with. You and your pup can spend a day hiking, a weekend camping or a quiet afternoon fishing. If you have the proper permits you could even take your pup hunting with you and cook up a delicious dinner!
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