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Dog Areas in White

With sizable ridges and vast valleys to travel with your pawesome pal, the city of White is a must-see location in Georgia. With the rushing Etowah River flowing through the lowest elevations, you’re sure to have a splashing good time. 

White’s geographical attractions don’t end there, however! With Red Top Mountain and Pine Log Mountain nearby, you’ll have your paws full trying to decide where to go next!  In the nearby Red Top Mountain Park, you and your pup will have a busy day pawing around the Iron Hill Bike/Hike Trail. The trail includes a stretch around Lake Allatoona, where you can do a bit of wading. Keep your doggy on a six-foot leash length at all times, though! 

White is also nestled just near some other exciting cities in the region, including the famously dog-friendly city of Marietta. Take time to stop at Hemingway’s Bar and Grill for a delicious meal for yourself and maybe a little treat for Fido. Though White is a relatively peaceful city, you and your pup are bound to have a furrific time making your own excitement. Bring plenty of toys, doggy bags, and drinking water for both you and your pup.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in White

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    Population Density 2,684/sq mi

    #1 Marietta

    Home to  Lewis Dog Park, Marietta is just a hop and a skip away from the city of White. A simple but well-kept area, Lewis Dog Park is a wonderful place to socialize your pup. Also home to Sweat Mountain Dog Park, your pup only has to follow their nose to their puppy pawadise. Be sure to bring toys, and though dog fountains are provided in most areas, it is also advised that you bring a bit of extra water for your pup, as well as a bowl. Bring everything you need along, and you’re sure to have a yapping good time.
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    Population Density 3,155/sq mi

    #2 Pine Tree

    In Pine Tree,  you and your canine companion are sure to have a ball at Frank Boone Dog Park. A clean and well-maintained park with waste bins, a dog wash station, and a separate area for smaller pups, you really can’t go wrong here. If you and your pup are more inclined towards scenic hikes, The Pine Log Creek Trail is a pawfect place, with soft soil for pup’s paws and numerous creek crossings for your canine to cool off in warm months. Be sure to bring some water along to keep your pup hydrated, and keep some waste bags to keep the trail clean. You won't want to miss the beautiful scenery Pine Tree has to offer!
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    Population Density 2,707/sq mi

    #3 Sandy Springs

    Another nearby scenic area, Sandy Springs is a neighborhood just as gorgeous as its name implies. Here, you’ll find the Overlook Dog Park, a large and grassy place for your pup to prance as well as being near the Chattahoochee River. Not only can your pup get his dog paddle on, there are also plenty of critters to sniff out and chase. Though you will need to bring clean drinking water (and keep Fido from drinking from the river), as well as waste bags, you and your canine companion are sure to have the time of your lives in Sandy Springs!
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    Population Density 2,122/sq mi

    #4 Canton

    Tread a bit further, and you’ll find yourself in Canton, where local volunteers have put together a beautiful dog park that locals consider a precious gem. Canton Paw Park is run entirely by volunteers, receiving no funding from the city, but that doesn’t stop it from being a wonderful place. There are separate sides for small and large dogs, and while small dogs are allowed on the large side, the opposite is not true. Let your dog roam free and make some new pals! Recycled grocery bags are provided as waste bags, or you can feel free to bring your own. You may also want to bring along some drinks for both you and your pooch, just to play it safe. All the same, you’re sure to have a doggone good time.
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    Population Density 1,897/sq mi

    #5 Pitner Road

    Last but definitely not least is Pitner Road, in the nearby town of Acworth. Pitner Road Dog Park is a treasure among locals, who have numerous good things to say about the park. The regulars -- both of the human and canine variety -- are very friendly. With wide open spaces as well as some wooded areas for your dog to explore, your canine is gonna think he’s in heaven -- where all dogs are welcome. This little gem has two separate areas for large and small dogs, as well as a restroom for their human nearby. Bring waste bags and clean drinking water, as you’ll want to keep this place nice and pretty for all the precious pups who visit.
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