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Dog Areas in North High Shoals

There is a reason why there are so many soulful songs written about the great state of Georgia. The state is full of incredible nature, beautiful wildlife, and delicious food, and the small town of North High Shoals is no exception! Trust us, after you spend some time in Georgia, you won't be able to get Georgia off your mind.

If you live in North High Shoals, you are incredibly lucky. The location of this quaint town is central, yet remote enough so dogs and their owners can enjoy the best of both worlds. This residential city has plenty of natural beauty surrounding it. Not only is every neighborhood beautiful and picturesque, but you'll be in close proximity to gorgeous forest no matter where you are in town. If you're craving an outdoor adventure, you can head to one of many national forests or wildlife refuges in the vicinity.

However, you're not confined to just spending time outdoors! There is always the option of driving a very short distance to Athens, Georgia. Although Athens is primarily a college town, it has plenty of small parks and restaurants that welcome well-behaved dogs. 

Another option is Atlanta, often referred to as "Hotlanta" because of its abundance of music, food, fashion and culture. The city really has something for everyone, human or canine!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North High Shoals

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    Population Density 436/sq mi

    #1 Bogart City Center

    Although North High Shoals doesn't have a dog park of its own, there's no need to fret! Less than 20 minutes away, in Bogart, GA, you'll find a furrific dog park where Fido can run free. The off-leash Bark Park in Bogart has many large yards for pups of all sizes to play. Plus, the park also has plenty of seating for humans. Feel free to take a good book and sit on a bench while your pup socializes, plays, and makes some furry friends! Just don't forget to bring plenty of waste bags and water for your adventures here.
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    Population Density 267/sq mi

    #2 City Center

    Another park only a few minutes from North High Shoals is Harris Shoals Park. This isn't a dog park, but it's still a grrreat place to take your family and furry friends for a day of fun. This park has many grassy open spaces, forests, trails, and seating. Fido will love making a splash in the dog-friendly creek that runs through the park! Harris Shoals Park is also frequented by friendly locals who would love to welcome you and your dog to the pack. Just make sure your pup is leashed at all times while you're here, and don't forget to bring some waste bags and water.
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    Population Density 1,388/sq mi

    #3 Woodland Hills

    Just a ten-minute drive from North High Shoals, you will find the beautiful city of Athens, Georgia. This city is full of college students and plenty of pups. The Woodland Hills neighborhood is home to Athens Memorial Dog Park, which has plenty of space for pups to run and play! This park is completely fenced in so all dogs can play safely, and seating for the human companions is provided. Just make sure you take a towel with you if you're visiting during bad weather, because the park can get pretty muddy after a storm.
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    Population Density 973/sq mi

    #4 Cedar Creek

    Just ten minutes from North High Shoals, you'll find another wonderful dog park that locals pawsitively love! One of the biggest parks in the area is Southeast Clarke Park. This gigantic park has walking trails, huge playground equipment, and many sports and activity facilities. But the best part? It also has a huge dog park, called Wiggly Field Dog Park, which offers many amenities for humans and their pups. Just remember to bring some waste baggies, since none are provided here. There's plenty for the whole family -- furry members included! -- to do here, so feel free to bring the whole pack.
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    Population Density 53/sq mi

    #5 Oconee National Forest

    Oconee National Forest isn't a dog park -- obviously -- but your pooch can still have a ball here! (A tennis ball, that is.) Although it will take you approximately fifteen minutes to get here from North High Shoals, the short trip is well worth it. This national forest is incredibly large and beautiful, and has plenty of activities that you and your pooch can enjoy together. You and your pup can spend a day hiking, a weekend camping, or a quiet afternoon fishing. If you have the proper permits, you could even take your pup hunting with you and cook up a delicious dinner! Just keep Fido on a leash, and don't forget those waste bags -- no one likes a litterbug!
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