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Dog Areas in Powder Springs, GA

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Powder Springs is a city in southwestern Cobb County, Georgia with a population of nearly 15,000 people. Powder Springs was once known as Gunpowder Springs, as it got its name from the seven springs within the city limits. Some of the minerals in these springs that turned the surrounding sand black. Today, Powder Springs is a residential town with strong community and family ties and several events and experiences that go along with that. Powder Springs is also an excellent place to live with your dog, thanks to the warm weather and abundance of parks to explore.

One of these great outdoor spots in Powder Springs is the Wild Horse Trail. This 1.5-mile trail has a paved, concrete surface that's ideal for dog walking, jogging, rollerblading, or cycling, and there are plenty of scenic stops along the way. After a good walk with your pup, you both deserve a treat, and a great place to get one in Powder Springs is at Bruster's Real Ice Cream. Not only can you get an ice cream sundae here, but they also offer a free sundae for dogs that has dog bones on top! Powder Springs is a pawesome place to live with dogs, and you'll never run out of places to explore together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Powder Springs, GA

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    Population Density 1,086/sq mi

    #1 Northwest Powder Springs

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    There's another nice trail in northwest Powder Springs known as the Silver Comet Trail. This trail is one of 1,600 former railway lines that have been converted into trails for public use that connect across America. The Silver Comet Trail is 12 feet wide and stretches for 61.5 miles, and has a reputation for being well-maintained. It's also wheelchair-accessible, and you'll find all the amenities you'll need, including water fountains, bathrooms, and lots of sights to stop and see along the way. Your dog can join you on this trail, but they must be on a leash. You'll both enjoy the stops along the trail if you'd like to make a day of it, but it's also a good spot to go for a quick walk.
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    Population Density 1,313/sq mi

    #2 North

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    Marietta, Georgia is just 12 miles from Powder Springs, and in the northern area of the city sits a place called Lewis Dog Park. This park has a reputation for being kept in good shape, and it also has separate sections for big and small dogs. In addition to these sections, this fenced-in, off-leash park has a few covered shelters with seating throughout the park. There aren't any trees for shade here, but there's lots of grass, and the park also provides water fountains as well as waste bags. Visitors to the Lewis Dog Park are known for being friendly and welcoming, so you and your pooch will likely make some new friends during your visit!
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    Population Density 755/sq mi

    #3 Wildwood Springs

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    With a population of around 95,000 people, Roswell is Georgia's seventh largest city. It's about 25 miles from Powder Springs, and in the Wildwood Springs area of town, you'll find the Leita Thompson, Memorial Park. This park has an art studio, a garden, fishing facilities, and best of all, its very own dog park! The Leita Thompson Dog Park is fenced in with separate sections for big and little dogs, as well as water fountains for people and dogs. If you'd like to explore with your dog on a leash, there are a few miles of trails within the park where you can do so.
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    Population Density 3,837/sq mi

    #4 Deerfield

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    Less than a half an hour northwest of Powder Springs is the Frank Boone Dog Park in the Deerfield area of Kennesaw, Georgia. This pleasant park is clean and well-maintained, and it is located within the Swift-Cantrell Park. The dog park is 1.4 acres and has a six-foot fence surrounding it, including a separate section for dogs under 30 pounds or senior dogs. In addition to watering stations and clean-up supplies, there is even a doggy wash station at the Frank Boone Dog Park where you can clean your pooch up before you head home. For your convenience, there is also seating provided throughout the park.
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    Population Density 3,481/sq mi

    #5 Northwest Smyrna

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    Smyrna, Georgia has a population of over 56,000 people, and it's just northwest of Atlanta. Smyrna is only a 20-minute trip from Powder Springs, and the northwest part of the city is home to Smyrna's first dog park. Burger Park has a section reserved for dogs under 30 pounds as well as an area for bigger dogs. There's a water fountain in the small dog area, and there is also seating for humans to relax and watch their dogs play. Locals and visitors alike love this park and appreciate the attentive owners who frequent it, and how hard people work to keep it clean and fun for everyone.
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