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Dog Areas in Sunny Side

There is a reason why so many songs are written about the great state of Georgia. It is warm in the summer and chilly in the winter without getting too cold. It is full of lush green grass and mossy trees. Georgia represents everything wonderful and beautiful about the south -- and the quaint community of Sunny Side has all these things and more!

If you decide to visit Sunny Side, located south of Atlanta, you will have plenty to do. Although there are not many attractions in town, Sunny Side is located near plenty of great outdoor activities. 

If you want a fun time in a beautiful forest, head to one of the huge forest preserves nearby. You and your pup will be able to get plenty of time outdoors, engaging in healthy, active activities such as walking, hiking, fishing, and more. 

If you ever get bored from all the time out in the wilderness, head to one of the largest cities in the country -- Atlanta. Often referred to as "Hotlanta", this city has everything you or your pup could dream of! It is full of delicious, world-famous restaurants, fun nightlife and plenty of dog-friendly activities.  They don't call it the "capital of the South" for nothing! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Sunny Side

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    Population Density 153/sq mi

    #1 Round Oak


    Although Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge is an hour away from Sunny Side, the drive is worth it. The park is approximately 35,000 acres in size, full of beautiful scenery, wildlife and plenty of things to do. This outdoor paradise is especially wonderful for people who love fishing, hunting and other outdoor activities. And that goes for all pups, too! Just make sure you keep your pooch on a leash and take some doggie poop bags with you. Plus, you may want to take a camera to take some gorgeous photos of the great outdoors with your adorable pup.

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    Population Density 542/sq mi

    #2 Lake Talmadge


    If you drive only ten minutes from your home in Sunny Side, you will arrive at the Lake Talmadge neighborhood in Hampton, Georgia. Lucky for you, this neighborhood has two parks. If it is a hot day, the first place you need to go is the Hampton City Park, also called McBrayer Park. This park is located in the center of the city and has plenty of playground equipment and even a splash pad! Next, you should visit M.L Coley Park. This park has a baseball field, which is usually empty, so there is plenty of room to run and play. Just make sure you keep your pup leashed at both parks, since they're not designated dog parks. 

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    Population Density 542/sq mi

    #3 Woolsey

    Only twenty minutes directly west of Sunny Side is Lake Horton Park. Although this is not a dog park, it has everything you and your pup could want. It has easy access to the lake, where you can take a canoe or kayak. However, this lake is a water source for the area, so no fuel boats are allowed. The park also has a small playground and green space where you can play and relax. This park is incredibly peaceful, quiet and serene. Pack a picnic, grab some doggie toys and sit in the sun with your adorable pup.
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    Population Density 491/sq mi

    #4 Plantation Drive

    If you drive only twenty minutes away from your home in Sunny Side, you can go to McCurry Park South in Fayetteville. This park is not a dog park, but has pretty much everything you need. It is a great place to take your dog to walk, run or play in the open field. It also has plenty of picnic spots, playgrounds and trees. Plus, if you and your pup like to watch other animals, there is a koi pond in the park. When you're not gazing at the fish, you can see the cute ducks roaming around. Just make sure your pooch is on a leash so he doesn't get too friendly with the other creatures here!
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    Population Density 1,005/sq mi

    #5 Route 155

    Although the drive to Panola Mountain State Park is forty minutes, it is well worth it. The main popular attraction of this park is its large mountain of granite. In addition to this beautiful attraction, the park has multiple hiking paths, two lakes used primarily for fishing, a full-fledged nature center, and many camping spots. This park has everything you and your pooch could need for a day outdoors. Just make sure you take your own supplies, such as doggie poop bags, water, snacks, dog toys and books. Also, your dog needs to be leashed at all times in the park.
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