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Dog Areas in Suwanee

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The lovely little town of Suwanee, Georgia, located at barely more than half an hour drive from Atlanta, has been awarded many times as a great place to live by notable magazines. The place is not only friendly towards its 17,000 or so residents. With a couple of amazing public parks in town and multiple off-leash dog parks in the county, dog owners have nothing to worry about.

The people of Suwanee can choose between the Town Center Park, the Suwanee Creek Greenway, the Suwanee Creek Park, the George Pierce Park and the Sims Lake Park if they fancy a stroll through the park with their dog. However, as these are public parks, dogs have to be on a leash at all times.

There are three alternatives to these parks in and around Suwanee, Georgia, for less restrictive doggy fun. The Settles Bridge Park is located in Suwanee itself and offers a nice fenced area with plenty of shade from the trees and agility equipment. The Rabbit Hill Park is located in Dacula is also a good option and offers a bark dusk area. Then there is Newton Park in Johns Creek where the play area is enclosed with a wooden fence and the soil is made out of Astroturf.

There are multiple pet-friendly hotels in Suwanee, Georgia, including the Sun Suites, Motel 6, Red Roof Inn and Quality Inn.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Suwanee

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    Population Density 1,691/sq mi

    #1 Suwanee

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    Looking to take your dashing dog on a dinner date? In central Suwanee, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to dog-friendly restaurants! Locals love Suwanee Park Tavern. Whether you want something casual like a burger, or you’re looking for a fancier dish like steak, this Fido-friendly establishment has it all! Head a little further north toward city hall to find more options, including Jilly’s Cupcakery and Ippolito’s. Your furry friend is allowed to dine with you at the outdoor seating areas of all restaurants. Don’t forget to bring a leash and a water bowl!
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    Population Density 1,691/sq mi

    #2 North Suwanee

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    The northern region of Suwanee is home to the town’s only dog park: Settles Bridge Dog Park. The designated dog park has two separate areas for large and small breeds in addition to a third area which is a dog run. You’ll also find agility equipment, covered benches, and drinking water for your pooch. This dog park part of the larger Settles Bridge Park, which your pal will need to be on a leash to explore. There, you’ll find several walking trails which are a great place for a quiet, casual stroll. All you’ll need to bring for the pawfect day out is Fido’s favorite toy and some doggie waste bags!
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    Population Density 1,691/sq mi

    #3 Abbey Hill

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    This quaint neighborhood, located off Peachtree Industrial Blvd., is home to a couple of dog-friendly eateries. The first is Abbott’s Bridge Grill. The locals are pawsitively in love with this place! The wait staff will be doggone delighted to serve you and your dog a classic steak and vegetable dinner at the outdoor tables. If you’re looking for something a little more casual, head down to Hammerhead’s, just south of the Abbey Hill neighborhood. This bar offers all your seafood favorites and some delicious alcoholic drinks to wash them down with. Your pup can beg for a bite of shrimp at the outdoor tables. Don’t forget to take a water bowl with you no matter which restaurant you choose!
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    Population Density 2,909/sq mi

    #4 Sandy Springs

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    Looking to escape into nature for a little while? Hop in the car and head on down to Sandy Springs, a little less than half an hour away from Suwanee. Here, you’ll find the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. You definitely don’t want to miss walking your leashed pup through the woods and river at this furrific natural paradise. Some of the trails here are paved and others are unpaved, so you can choose one to explore based on your preference. The trails and the picnic area are both shaded. Another great feature is there is a large field area for your pooch to run around. Parking costs $3, so be sure to bring some pocket change to cover the cost. Grab some water and your pup’s favorite toy for a great time!
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    Population Density 980/sq mi

    #5 Carolene Way

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    If you find yourself in the quaint town of Cumming, just 16 miles from Suwanee, you mutts visit the dog park at Fowler Park! The dog park, like most, offers separate sections for small and large dogs. Water fountains are also provided, but you’ll need to bring along some waste bags. The designated dog area is part of the larger Fowler Park, a community green space which spans 85 acres and offers all sorts of amenities for humans. Just keep in mind that you’ll need to keep your pal on a leash if you want to explore outside the dog park.
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