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Dog Areas in Riverdale, GA

Riverdale is located just 14 miles away from Atlanta, so you and Fido are just a bone's throw away from dog-friendly fun! Riverdale is also known as the childhood home of the famous American singer, Ciara. While it doesn't have much to offer pooches and their parents, Riverdale does have its own animal hospital so you know your pet will be in good hands in case of accident or emergency.

If you're visiting Riverdale, you won't find any dog-friendly lodging accommodations apart from AirBnB rentals. Atlanta is your best bet for pet-friendly places to stay, with over 130 options that welcome our furry friends!

If you end up visiting Atlanta, you'd be barking mad to miss out on Chattahoochee River National Recreational Area. This 10,000+ acre area comes complete with paw-lenty of recreational activities to enjoy, including hiking, wildlife watching, fishing, and so much more. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore most parts of the park.

Just 6 miles northeast of Riverdale, you'll find Reynolds Nature Preserve. This area is much smaller than the national forest in Atlanta at just over 150 acres, but there's still plenty of furrific activities to enjoy! Dogs are allowed here as long as they are leashed and well-behaved. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Riverdale, GA

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    Population Density 7,634/sq mi

    #1 Midtown


    One of the closest dog parks to Riverdale can be found in Atlanta's Midtown neighborhood, ruffly 17 miles away from Riverdale. Piedmont Dog Park is an off-leash doggie paradise! Puppies under 16 weeks would have to miss out on this experience, at least until they're a bit older. If you have a pup under 30 lbs., you have a designated area at your disposal where only small pooches are allowed. Don't forget to clean up after your pup, and rest up on the provided benches while watching your pooch sniff out some new friends! And there are plenty of canine companions to play with here -- this is one of the most pawpular dog parks in Atlanta!

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    Population Density 471/sq mi

    #2 Oakhurst

    Oakhurst in Atlanta has its own off-leash doggie place called Oakhurst Dog Park, located about 18 miles from Riverdale. The park is properly fenced and it's a pawesome place to let your pup make new buddies off-leash. A water fountain provides the park with fresh water and there are plenty of toys and balls to play with. The park has mixed terrain -- one part is flat and the other features hills and woods to make it more interesting for the energetic doggos. There is also a short trail outside of the fenced area if you prefer walking with your pup. The wooded area can get muddy after rain, so be prepared! Benches and picnic tables are available as well.
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    Population Density 2,129/sq mi

    #3 Central Marietta

    35 miles away from Riverdale, you'll find another furrific dog park. Lewis Dog Park in the heart of Marietta isn't as flashy as the ones in Atlanta, but it's perfect if you're looking for a no-frills park where your buddy can play. If you decide to take your dog there, be aware that the park has a ban on some breeds, such as pit bulls and rottweilers. Otherwise, the park is great! It features separate areas for small and large pups, places to sit for the dog owners, and a water fountain. There isn't much shade, so be careful if you're visiting during hot days. You can bring a bowl for easier water access for your pup.
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    Population Density 4,987/sq mi

    #4 Reynoldstown

    How would you like to sit back and sip a cup of coffee while you watch your pup play in a fenced area? It sure does sound relaxing! Head to ParkGrounds in Atlanta's Reynoldstown neighborhood, around 15 miles away from Riverdale, for a unique dog-friendly cafe experience. Here, you can grab a bite or a drink while your dog socializes with other doggos in the fenced area. Baggies and scoopers are available on-site. Water and water bowls are provided as well. The fenced area isn't the largest, but it will do the job if you need a place to relax and hang out with your pup before you start your day.
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    Population Density 2,437/sq mi

    #5 East Dunwoody

    Had enough of muttropolitan Atlanta? Brook Run Off-Leash Dog Park is located around 32 miles away from Riverdale in eastern Dunwoody. There aren't separate areas for different sized dogs, but the park is four acres, which gives the dogs plenty of space to relax. The park is fenced and wooded, and a loop trail around the fenced area is a third of a mile long. The park is completely free and provides seating areas, watering stations, and poop baggies for cleaning up. You can visit this park from dusk till dawn, and there is a parking lot next to the park. 
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