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Dog Areas in Macon, GA

2 Parks
2 Eateries
7 Groomers

It never seems to fail that dogs love fire hydrants, which is why Tyler’s Place Dog Park has a giant fire hydrant sculpture for doggies to enjoy! Tyler’s Place also has agility equipment – perfect for exercising or training for shows, a winding creek – perfect for cooling off on a hot day, and is completely fenced in – meaning your pooch can run leash-free while you stay worry-free.

Another awesome completely fenced-in, off-leash park is Macon Dog Park on Adams Street. Macon Dog Park is open during daylight hours and is free to enter. There are two separate areas for large breeds and small breeds, a trickling creek, bridges over the creek for convenient access to all areas of the park, picnic tables, and doggie agility equipment for all breeds to enjoy.

After all that running around, you and your pooch are going to be hungry! What better place to grab a bite to eat than at Dough Boy? Dough Boy is a pizzeria located on Cherry Street that has a dog-friendly patio that is perfect for people watching. (Psst! You can share your crust – or even an entire slice or two – with your canine buddy if you want. The employees won’t tell anyone!)

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Macon, GA

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 79,495/sq mi

    #1 Central Macon


    Want a dog park that is loved by local pups and every single one of their owners? Then Macon Dog Park, located in the heart of Macon, is everything you need. With a friendly community, Macon Dog Park offers an off-leash experience for every kind of pup. Whether you’re living in the area, or just passing through, this park offers you a newly-built agility course, plenty of seating, and enough space for your dog to go the distance. Macon Dog Park is a beautiful spot for everyone to come and play – so don’t miss out on this wonderful oppawtunity!

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  2. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 79,495/sq mi

    #2 Payne


    Looking for a safe, natural environment where dogs and their owners can run and play without leashes?  Located near the centre of town, Tyler’s Place Dog Park promotes responsible dog ownership in a beautiful, well-maintained patch of land. Pets and people are encouraged by the nearby community to enjoy a healthy, active lifestyle. And when the summer months hit, the nearby creek offers the hottest pups a chance to cool off. Big or small, young or old, Tyler’s Place Dog Park gives you and your dog everything a local community should: freedom, safety, and a whole lot of fun!

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,181/sq mi

    #3 Flovilla


    Located near the heart of Georgia, Indian Springs is one of the oldest state parks in the United States and a pawpular spot for some outdoor activities. Whether it’s a lakeside walk, a forest adventure, or an overnight stay under the stars, you and your dog can experience history and nature hand-in-hand at this scenic little spot. Dogs are encouraged to stay on-leash, but they're also invited to enjoy the nature trails that spread all around the park. Indian Springs State Park has a wealth of history and plenty of land for you and your pup to discover.

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    Population Density 14,131/sq mi

    #4 High Falls


    Getting closer to nature is always a good thing for your dog. And at High Falls State Park, you can enjoy everything that nature has to offer. Your dog can enjoy 4.5 miles of trails, which also provide you with geocaching and fishing options. High Falls State Park welcomes dogs as long as they are on a leash no longer than 6 feet, and pet friendly campsites are available for the adventurous souls. So strap on your favourite leash, put on your best walking shoes, and enjoy the tranquility of nature as you wander through the winding park trails.

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    Population Density 149,290/sq mi

    #5 Centerville


    Where does relaxation meet pitch pawfect hospitality? At Dog Life Salon and Resort! If you’re looking to spoil your dog silly, this is the place to do it. With a fabulous dog salon, plenty of shade, and a focus on a fit and fun furry friend, Dog Life offers a fenced-in, off leash agility park. It has multiple dog obstacles, such as ramps and mounds, and plenty of room for dogs of every size. Dog Life Salon and Resort is a great place to train your pup or teach him some fancy new tricks!

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