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Dog Areas in Morrow

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Morrow is a city in Clayton County, Georgia with a population of more than 7,000 people. Once a rural railroad area, today, Morrow is a thriving and modern city with several recreational, arts, entertainment, music, and historic facilities. Morrow's diverse residents include several families and students of Clayton University, so it's a great city for all ages and stages of life. If you're a dog owner, you'll love how many off-leash parks are just a short drive away, and there are also parks and other areas in Morrow ideal for an on-leash walk. 

Morrow is home to W.H. Reynolds Memorial (also called Reynolds Nature Preserve), a 146-acre nature preserve in the heart of the city. This space has been preserved in its natural state, with rolling hills, lush green scapes, natural springs, and wetlands. There are more than three miles of hiking trails in the Reynolds Nature Preserve, and your doggo is more than welcome to join you for your trek! Dogs must be kept on a leash during your trip, and all messes they make must be promptly cleaned up to maintain the space.Throughout your journey, you may even come across protected species like deer, fox, hawks, and turtles. 

Once you've experienced the great local spots in Morrow, it's time to make a short drive to one of the nearby off-leash parks!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Morrow

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    Population Density 6,372/sq mi

    #1 Piedmont Heights

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    Piedmont Heights is a neighborhood in eastern Atlanta, Georgia, and it's less than 20 miles north of Morrow. Piedmont Heights is home to the Piedmont Dog Park, and it's just minutes from downtown. The Piedmont Dog Park has an area for dogs under 30 pounds, as well as a section for bigger dogs. This dog park was opened in 2002, and all three acres of it offer visitors all sorts of opportunities for having fun. Piedmont Dog Park has trails, seating, water for dogs, and lots of boulders for Skip to climb. On the weekends, there are vendors set up nearby that offer items like doggy popsicles, too!
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    Population Density 7,626/sq mi

    #2 Reynoldstown

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    Reynoldstown is a historic Atlanta neighborhood that's only two miles from downtown, and a 20-minute drive from Morrow. It's also where you'll find ParkGrounds, which is sure to become one of your favorite dog-friendly spots in town. ParkGrounds is a cafe with an off-leash dog park attached to it, and to access the dog park, all you need to do is purchase something from the cafe! While your dog plays, you can enjoy comfortable seating, wi-fi, and delicious food and drinks. Within the dog park, there are water fountains for dogs and clean-up supplies. ParkGrounds is open for brunch and dinner, and when it comes to an activity that both you and your dog can enjoy, it doesn't get much better than this!
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    Population Density 5,712/sq mi

    #3 Castleberry Hill

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    Castleberry was once an industrial area near downtown Atlanta, but today, it has been revived into a trendy neighborhood that includes lofts, restaurants, and art galleries. It's just a 20-minute drive from Morrow, and it's where you'll find the Railside Dog Park. This two-acre dog park opened in 2010, and it's regularly updated and added to thanks to generous donations from locals. Recent additions include seating, wood chips for the park's surface, and an ornamental fence surrounding the park. The park is clean and well-maintained, and there's water available for dogs as well as waste disposal items throughout the park.
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    Population Density 8,784/sq mi

    #4 Old Fourth Ward

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    Old Fourth Ward is a neighborhood near downtown Atlanta that's home to several trendy shops, cafes, and restaurants. It's also home to the Renaissance Park Dog Park, which is a tremendous off-leash park for dogs of all sizes to play in the same space. You'll find seating and shade in the park, and there are water fountains, but some visitors note they often aren't working, so it's a good idea to bring your own water and bowl for your pup. This dog park is located within Renaissance Park, which is a 5.2-acre park ideal for gatherings. You can walk your dog in other areas of the park if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 4,894/sq mi

    #5 Oakhurst

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    Decatur is a city located about 20 miles northeast of Atlanta, and nearly 23,000 people call it home. The historic southwestern Decatur neighborhood of Oakhurst has its own dog park, and it's a beautiful place to go for an off-leash trip. The Oakhurst Dog Park is one large, fenced enclosure where dogs of all sizes play in the same space. There are wooded areas in the dog park, as well as plenty of hills for Fido to run up and down. For your convenience, there's running water available in the park, as well as plenty of seating for humans and shade for hot days.
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