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Dog Areas in Lagrange, GA

15 Parks
1 Trail
12 Shops
3 Eateries
6 Groomers

LaGrange is a small outdoor paradise that borders West Point Lake, right along the eastern border of Georgia and Alabama. The city is home to the oldest private college in the state, and named after a private estate once owned by Marquis de La Fayette's wife. Today, the beautiful topography of the land also brings in a lot of visitors and new residents, especially thanks to the areas openness and acceptance of dogs.

Dogs are allowed in plenty places in LaGrange, but the best place to bring your four-legged best friend is the Yellowjacket Creek Recreation Area. The area is a natural area with thick trees and forestedtrails. Most of the trails are made from girt or crushed stone, with access to features like picnic tables, benches, and trash bins. The trails also lead to the natureal beaches along West Point Lake, which is a perfect place to go fishing and boating with your pup. The area doesn't require dogs to be on a leash.

Autry Park is another great place to bring Fido. This peninsula park has thick trees covering the area, with paved walkways and natural trails to explore. There is a recreational area too, with picnic tables, a pavilion, a playground, and open fields to play in. There are plenty of dog-friendly beaches and swimspots in the park, along with campsites if you want to stay the night. While you'll need to bring water and clean-up bags, you do not have to leash up Fido at this park.

From natural recreational sites to public parks, LaGrange has a wide variety of places to run, play, and walk Fido.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lagrange, GA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,004/sq mi

    #1 Hillside

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    The serene neighborhood of Hillside is named after the hilly terrain of the area that is backed by its thick forests along the lake. The park of choice for most residents is Callaway Park, a forested park with lots of room to play in. The area has 10 acres of wooded trails, picnic areas, a playground, and paved walkways with water fountains. Dogs are always welcome at the park, and aren't even required to be on a leash. They are required to be on a leash inside Unity Park, however, another neighborhood dog-friendly park that has open space and shaded sitting areas. The park also has water fountains, benches, and trash bins available.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 227/sq mi

    #2 Big Springs

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    Big Springs is a quiet neighborhood filled with residential homes and dense forests in between. Some of those forests belong to Ogletree Park, a large park with over 27 acres of land, with open space to run around and forested trails. Additionally, there are enclosed tennis courts, a pool, a playground, picnic tables, water fountains, and clean-up stations. Dogs can run around and play freely as long as they remain on a leash. On the northern side of the neighborhood is Eastside Park, a rural and recreational park. There are two fenced-in baseball fields, paved trails, an open field, and water fountains. Dogs can play in the open space on a leash or enjoy the safety of playing in the baseball fields as long as no teams are playing.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,496/sq mi

    #3 Louise

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    Louise is a northern neighborhood and one of the largest ones in the city. Inside the neighborhood is an area known as Pepperell Park. The park itself is pretty large, with lots of open space to run around and play or enjoy a picnic in, a fenced-in baseball field, restrooms, and a playground to enjoy. Humans can relax on picnic tables and benches, and enjoy additional amenities like water fountains and trash bins. Across the street is the smaller park of Dunson Park that features a lot more shade and is quieter. Dunson Park is dog-friendly and doesn't require pups to stay on a leash, and provides open space, benches, and trash bins.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,281/sq mi

    #4 Central Lagrange

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    Central Lagrange is a busy neighborhood with residential homes, a center for small businesses and a shopping district. Granger Park is the largest park in the neighborhood that provides residents with a lot of different features to enjoy. Humans and pups can enjoy the multiple recreational fields, including a football field, soccer field, enclosed tennis courts, and two fenced-in baseball fields. Dogs can also play in the open space, walk on the paved walkways, or relax under the shaded sitting areas and picnic pavilion. The City Park is another great place to bring Fido, for its fresh lawn to play in, paved looping trail, and amenities like water fountains and benches. The park is dog-friendly and holds a lot of events and concerts in the summer.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 392/sq mi

    #5 River Trace

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    River Trace is a rural community on the western side of town, right along the shores of West Point Lake. The area has lots of thick woods and preserves, including Pyne Road Park. The park is on a peninsula surrounded by the water of the lake, and covered in thick woods and forested trails. The trails lead to a recreational area with open fields and picnic area. Park-goers will have over 1.5 miles of trails to explore, with views of the water and access to a boat launch, fishing spots, and places to play in the water with their pup. Besides not having to leash up Fido in this green space, other great things about the park include amenities like water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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