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Dog Areas in Jonesboro, GA

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Spelled initially as Jonesborough, the city is the county seat of Clayton County. Flush with historical buildings both residential and commercial, this Georgia city seems frozen in time. With Fluffy in tow, you can walk the streets of Jonesboro and take in the beautiful architecture – many of the buildings date back to before the Civil War! There is even a local veterinarian as well as an animal hospital, which is good for pet parents looking to settle down permanently. You’ll also find plenty of fast food joints that welcome Fluffy at their outdoor tables.

While you won’t find a designated bark park within Jonesboro, you can head over to the Rum Creek Park for some fun in the sun. Here, you can take Fluffy for a walk, socialize with the neighborhood pet owners, and watch the local kids partake in afterschool activities.

Hop on the I-75 heading northbound for 25 minutes, and you’ll hit the bustling city of Atlanta, Georgia. If you want to make it a family trip and bring along Fluffy, you can check out facilities like the Piedmont Dog Park. 

Jonesboro's proximity to larger muttropolitan areas like Atlanta makes it the pawfect spot for fur families who prefer to live in a peaceful, quiet town!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jonesboro, GA

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    Population Density 1,421/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Stockbridge

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    A mere 8 miles west, and adjacent to Jonesboro, is the larger city of Stockbridge. This is one of the closest options for pet parents who want to take their pup to a real dog park. The dog park at Clark Community Park has two separate areas for large and small dogs. Overall, the entire park is 11.8 acres, which is excellent for families with children, too! If you’re looking to exercise alongside Fluffy, leash up and take a jog around the 7-mile track within the park. Stockbridge even has a couple of pet-friendly eateries that welcome Fluffy on their patio. During sports seasons, you can head to Bench Warmers Sports Grill to catch a game with your pup.
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    Population Density 4,456/sq mi

    #2 Grant Park

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    The neighborhood of Grant Park in Atlanta is named for the 131-acre park of the same name. Located smack dab in the center of Grant Park, this green space welcomes residents and visitors from all over. You’ll have to keep Fluffy on a leash during your time here, but you'll be able to explore one of the many trails in the area. Zoo Atlanta is also located here, although pets are not allowed. This neighborhood is home to the oldest park in Atlanta, which is also home to many of their local festivals – some of which you can attend with Fluffy!
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    Population Density 8,500/sq mi

    #3 Old Fourth Ward

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    The Old Fourth Ward, affectionately known as O4W, is home to not one but two dog parks for Atlanta residents and their four-legged friends. The first is the Freedom Barkway, which an off-leash park within walking distance from most housing units in O4W. (It's also free and open to the public!) The other is a more innovative concept that is new to the neighborhood. Fetch Park & Ice House is the first of its kind, combining a membership-based dog park with a traditional Texan Ice House. You’ll find outdoor TVs, a dog bath area, and even cooling stations at this full-service bark park.
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    Population Density 630/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Atlanta

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    While some argue that the Renaissance Dog Park is technically within the O4W neighborhood limits, downtown residents and their pets frequent the off-leash area. Originally a run-down park, the city introduced an area for pups to play in an effort to clean up the community. Leash up and head down to the Five Points area near Georgia State University for some local history and a bite to eat! Check out pet-friendly patios like the one at Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub, which serves up comfort food and craft beers. Bone Appetit! For a quick walkie after dinner, visit the breathtaking Woodruff Park nearby.
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    Population Density 1,717/sq mi

    #5 Lakewood Heights

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    In the market for a friendly neighborhood to call home in Atlanta? Consider Lakewood Heights! With a dog park nearby and easy access to I-85, this neighborhood is great for those who commute from Jonesboro or a nearby area. The local off-leash area, South Bend Dog Park, is owned and operated by the city of Atlanta. It’s one of the biggest dog parks in town, and it's located just below the Piedmont Park. Here, you’ll find tennis balls and other toys for public use, a traditional two-park system for large and small pups, in addition to a bunch of other amenities!
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