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Dog Areas in Kennesaw

4 Parks
2 Eateries
13 Groomers

In the most northern part of the Atlanta metropolitan area lies the small city of Kennesaw, Georgia. Kennesaw is a unique place in many ways. The city is a popular tourist destination as the town played a significant role in the Civil War and is home to many historic sites and museums. As a suburban city, the quality of life in Kennesaw is also considered above standard.

Life is also good for the pet population in Kennesaw, Georgia. There are, for instance, many opportunities to walk the dogs. The Swift-Cantrell Park is one of the highlights in the area. This magnificent recreational park offers picnic areas, playgrounds for kids, a skate park and various bicycle and hiking trails.

The most interesting part of the Swift-Cantrell Park for dog owners is the Frank Boone Dog Park. While dogs are allowed in the 42-acre community park, they have to be on a leash. The dog park, however, provides the opportunity for dogs to run around and explore without the limitations of a leash.

Another site that nature lovers, history buffs, and dog owners in Kennesaw treasure is the Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. This historic park hosts an extensive network of nature trails and is home to several Civic War battlefields. Dogs are more than welcome, and in some cases, preferred or celebrated to join their owners on a leash.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kennesaw

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,320/sq mi

    #1 Deerfield

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    Need a place for the family to enjoy? Swift-Cantrell Park has many amenities, for people and paws alike! As one of the premier relaxation and central gathering places in the local area, the park has a playground, a skate park, two separate trails, and a dog park with areas for large and small dogs. Since the area is popular among the locals, there are always plenty of dogs to socialize with, and plenty of humans too! With plenty of shade, as well as drinking fountains, Swift-Cantrell Park is a solid choice for a parent, of the human or canine variety!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,019/sq mi

    #2 West Hampton

    36
    Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is a 2,965 acre National Battlefield that preserves some landmark events in Georgia’s dramatic history. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the local nature trails and routes, enjoying all that history and nature have to offer. There are plenty of paths to explore, huge fields to run through, and a paved path up the mountain for whatever fits your fancy. There is even the chance to catch sight of a deer, if you and your dog are lucky! So get some exercise and travel back in time with Fido at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park.
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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 2,320/sq mi

    #3 Nowlin Woods

    24
    Frank Boone Dog Park has 1.4 acres of off-leash fun! With a 6-foot-high perimeter fence, two separate run areas (for large and small dogs), a watering station, dog wash area, and disposable plastic waste bags, this dog park has covered all your necessities. If your dog is looking for a great time in a very clean and well-maintained park, then Frank Boone Dog Park is a perfect spot. The city is very focused on keeping the park in top notch condition, making this a fantastic weekend spot to let your puppy, big or small, play in a safe environment!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,099/sq mi

    #4 Allatoona Pass

    12
    If it’s time to step back from your busy lifestyle and get some much needed fresh air, then we recommend visiting Allatoona Pass, just a little over 15 minutes outside Kennesaw. A beautiful forest trail, dripping with American history and landmarks, the Allatoona Pass is a mile-long serene, pine-shaded adventure for every human and dog. The packed dirt surface and multitude of historical markers make this a fascinating place for a leisurely hike, where you can stretch your legs and learn some local history amongst the wonderful sounds of nature. Dogs are welcome on leashes. Allatoona Pass is a great location for all the family, paws and all!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,288/sq mi

    #5 Allatoona Bay

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    Got a dog that refuses to settle down after a long walk? Or could use a little company? Then it’s time to take you and your pup down to Pitner Road Dog Park, just a 20-minute drive from Kennsaw! This off-leash dog park has enough room for every single kind of dog. The area is very dog-friendly, with plenty of trees to get lost in and a dog-loving community to connect with. There are lots of benches for the humans to enjoy while the dogs get together and have a good time. Pitner Road Dog Park will leave you all tuckered out, but eager for more.
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