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Dog Areas in Warner Robins

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Warner Robins got its’ unique name from a situation in which a nearby air force base was to be named after the esteemed mentor (Augustine Warner Robins) of a coronel until he learned that air force bases must be named after the closest town. So, the town changed its’ name, creating both the town of Warner Robins and Warner Robins Air Force Base. This accommodating southern town is full of friendly people, beautiful places, and tons of pet-lovers.

Although there are talks of creating a dog park in Warner Robins, currently one does not exist. The nearby Robins Air Force Base does have a dog run, complete with a large and small dog section, as well as empty water bowls. Owners will enjoy the shade and comfortable benches. Remember to bring your own doggie bags and fresh water!

Warner Robins has two community parks that allow on-leash dogs. Perkins Park has access to numerous recreation fields, including baseball and tennis, as well as horseshoe pits, picnic tables, and a small playground. Memorial Park is a larger park and features basketball and football courts.

For hiking, check out the Wellston Trail, which is a 2-mile paved path that meanders through woodland and residential areas. It has two entrances, one on Corder Road and one on Dry Lake.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Warner Robins

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,530/sq mi

    #1 Centerville

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    Warner Robins, GA is in the center of the state and has had quite the growing population over the last couple of decades. The town itself isn’t known for an exceptional number of dog-friendly activities, but Centerville is a neighborhood with some restaurants and hotels that welcome your four-legged family member. This neighborhood includes Dog Life Salon and Resort, a super unique place that will not only keep your pup groomed, but also gives her space to play in its outdoor agility park! You and your pooch can also enjoy some pawsome outdoor dining at the local Panera Bread or Barberitos, a place where you can make your own delicious burritos with your favorite toppings.
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  2. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 821/sq mi

    #2 College Area

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    The College Area of Macon, GA is about 19 miles north of Warner Robins and is chock full of dog-friendly restaurants, hotels, events – and even a barktastic park for your pooch! Tyler’s Place Dog Park sits in the middle of the neighborhood. The off-leash park has small and large dog areas to keep your pup safe and features its own creek for you and your dog to enjoy. Your active dog will love its agility course! The neighborhood also has popular local restaurants that welcome dogs in special seating areas, like Francar’s Buffalo Wings, which is known for its flavorful, made-to-order chicken wings.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,087/sq mi

    #3 South Lumpkin

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    South Lumpkin in Columbus, GA is a good drive away from Warner Robins – about an hour and 45 minutes! – but the area has two outdoor locations for your pooch that he will go mutts for! And it’s close to the heart of Columbus, which has plenty of dog-friendly restaurants, shopping, training centers, and more for your pup. In South Lumpkin, visit the Chattahoochee Riverwalk, part of the Rails-To-Trails organization. The Riverwalk features several trails where you can walk your pooch on his leash for some serene quality time. For a more active day, visit the Oxbow Support Facility Dog Park, a fenced in area that separates dogs by weight.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,018/sq mi

    #4 Alexander

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    About an hour and 15 minutes from Warner Robins is the Alexander neighborhood of McDonough, GA. The neighborhood is in a rural area of Georgia that’s home to the beautiful Alexander Park. This popular outdoor location has walking and jogging trails, sporting fields, concession stands, playgrounds, and its own dog-friendly area. The fenced-in dog park will let your pup have some unleashed fun while also enjoying its agility equipment for a challenging adventure. Close by is a K9 Behavioral Specialist who can work with your dog on obedience and behavior issues that arise at home or with other dogs so she can put her best paw forward at all times!
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    Population Density 333/sq mi

    #5 East Griffin

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    East Griffin in Griffin, GA is located about 70 miles from Warner Robins. The rural area has lots of dog-friendly restaurants to choose from, like Safehouse Coffee Roasters, a popular coffeehouse that welcomes pups and their owners on their outdoor patio seating. Slices Pizza is sure to perk your pup’s palate, too, with its large selection of toppings and unique pizzas. Nearby are two places that can help care for your pup when you have obligations. DogVacay is a great place to find a local dog sitter, and Zoomies Pet Sitting can also provide a dog sitter or walker with plenty of experience.
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