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The city of Newnan Georgia was founded in 1828 in the county of Coweta in the state of Georgia. The population was increased by over 103% between the years 2000 and 2010, and this may have something to do with the weather because the average temperature is 60 degrees. Many dog owners agree and there many dog-friendly places in Newnan since there is are over 7,000 dogs living there.

The natives say Canine Crossing on Camp Drive is the place to go if you are a dog. The five-acre park has concrete tunnels, fire hydrants, drinking fountains, and two separate areas for big and little pups. For the humans, there are two covered pavilions, walking trails, benches, swings, and restrooms. It’s a great place to spend the day.

ParkGrounds on Flat Shoals Avenue is not just a dog park. It is a coffee/sandwich shop with a giant yard for your furbabies to play while you chow and chill. Fully fenced with dog toys, play equipment, water bowls, free wifi, music, friendly staff, and unbelievable cupcakes.

Peachtree City on McIntosh Trail is also a fabulous place for furkids to play. There are three separate areas, gazebos, plenty of seating, mulch ground cover, and free bags for dog poo retrieval. The park even has a dog house drinking station and tennis balls to play catch with.

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    Population Density 1,404/sq mi

    #1 Peachtree City


    This dog-friendly city is located about 14 miles east of Newnan. Peachtree City is home to the PTC Dog Park. This dog park is on the McIntosh Trail and is open from dawn until dusk. It is an off-leash dog park where your pup can run around and explore nature. This beautifully wooded area covers 3.5 acres. The area is completely fenced in with a grass and dirt covered ground. There are also water fountains available. Don’t forget to bring some waste bags along and leave the park as clean as you found it. If you and your pooch are looking for a paw-tastic time make sure to visit PTC Dog Park in Peachtree City, Georgia.

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    Population Density 1,531/sq mi

    #2 College Park


    This dog-friendly city is located about 31 miles from Newnan, and is home to the Canine Crossing Dog Park. It is completely fenced in with green grass to play in and has two separate areas for your fur baby to play in. There are concrete tunnels, fire hydrants and water fountains for your pooch to play in. This is an off-leash dog park and a great place to let your pup run free. They also have pavilions for owners to sit in the shade and watch their dogs play. If your pooch gets hot, they can come to the pavilion or lay under some of the trees for shade. Make sure to bring some water along for those dog days of Georgia summer!

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    Population Density 788/sq mi

    #3 Central Newnan

    This neighborhood is very pooch-friendly. If you and your pup are looking to grab a bite to eat, you couldn’t ask for a better spot than downtown Newnan. Big Joe’s Bar & Grill, located on Bullsboro Drive, serves hearty entrees and welcomes dogs to dine with their owners. If you own a medium to small sized pup, then your fur baby can dine with you on the patio while on a leash. There is not a specific doggie menu but enjoying dinner together is always amazing. Make sure to bring your pup’s water bowl. You both can enjoy the friendly atmosphere and welcoming smiles of the staff at Big Joe’s. They’d be delighted to fuss over your Fido!
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    Population Density 6,415/sq mi

    #4 Piedmont Heights


    Need to get out of Newnan for the day? This Atlanta neighborhood is located approximately 39 miles northeast of Newnan, but your pup will thank you for making the drive! This neighborhood welcomes pups, especially at the Piedmont Dog Park. This dog park is large and has separate areas for larger dogs and smaller dogs. This is an off-leash dog park with soft grass for your pooch to run on. The park itself is maintained very well and your pup will probably meet a lot of other fur babies here. If you are looking to run off some energy with your pooch, this is the place to be! Just don’t forget to bring some water along in case your pup gets thirsty.

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    Population Density 747/sq mi

    #5 Douglasville


    This pooch friendly city is located about 31 miles north of Newnan. The main attraction here is the aptly named Dog River Reservoir Recreational Complex. This is a gorgeous park that is quiet and serene. If you are looking to take your pup on a relaxing nature walk, this is the place to go. You and your fur baby can enjoy all of the sights and sounds of nature while smelling the clean, fresh air. There are plenty of hiking trails at the reservoir, which are comprised of dirt and gravel. There are also plenty of trees if the temperature gets too hot and your pup needs to cool off. The grass is lush just off the trail, and you will just need to bring along a leash and some water for your pup.

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