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Dog Areas in Woodstock, GA

1 Park
1 Eatery
10 Groomers

Where yesterday lives and tomorrow waits, that's Woodstock, Georgia. The city's distinctive historic town has plenty of southern charm in their locally owned shops for dining and shopping.

Woofstock Park is Woodstock, Georgia's first Dog Park that was opened on July 6, 2013. The park has a small and large breed area for playing that has an obstacle course and agility equipment. The park also has a shade structure, human and doggie water fountains, benches and a restroom facility. If you’d opt for some leisure walk, it also has a trail head bridge to Noonday Creek and Town to Creek Trails. This is a public park, and you can use it at no cost.

Victoria Campground is a stunning camping area in the countryside. It has campsites positioned near the dock and swimming beach with a gorgeous view of Lake Allootuna. Camp comfortably with picnic areas, fire rings, drinking water, flush toilets and showers. Don’t forget to pack for your pup, they’re also welcome at camp! Be guided, pets are not allowed in building or on any of the swimming beaches. Always keep them on a leash and don’t leave them alone at your campsite.

In case you missed it, the Woofstock Dog Festival happens yearly. It’s a fun-filled affair for dog lovers with music, food and dog related vendors. It’s like Woodstock, just with your dogs!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Woodstock, GA

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    Population Density 1,297/sq mi

    #1 Pine Hill

    Woodstock, GA is part of the Atlanta muttropolitan area and is known for its great outdoors filled with parks, trails, and trees. It’s even a member of Tree City USA! The Pine Hill neighborhood is one you’ll want to consider in Woodstock if you’re a dog owner. Woofstock Dog Park not only has a catchy name, but also provides plenty of room for your dog to run off his leash, with shade and benches for owners. This area also has an abundance of dog-friendly restaurants with outdoor seating for you and pup, like Freight Kitchen & Tap. This unique restaurant sits in an old train station and offers some of the best Southern food around.
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    Population Density 145/sq mi

    #2 Pine Tree

    A 20-minute drive from Woodstock will bring you to the Pine Tree neighborhood of Kennesaw, GA. This area has a good mix of shopping areas and quiet, recreational areas for families to enjoy. Your pup is sure to love Swift-Cantrell Park, a 42-acre area with playgrounds, walking trails, picnic areas, and more. The park also has its own dog park with high fencing to ensure your dog’s safety! Closer to the central area of the neighborhood is Good Rascal Dog Training, where your pooch will be in good paws with a certified dog trainer. Visit Frozen Cow Creamery with your dog and ask for a doggie ice cream for him to eat at one of the outdoor tables.
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    Population Density 1,822/sq mi

    #3 Old Roswell

    About 13 miles from Woodstock is Old Roswell, a popular and historical neighborhood in Roswell, GA. This is the place to stop if your dog’s belly is howling for some food, since it has several restaurants in the neighborhood that provide dog-friendly seating. Gluten Free Cutie offers all kinds of special treats for those with allergies and has outdoor tables for you and Rover. Or, for something a bit more high-end, try Pastis, a French-style restaurant that welcomes your pup outside! The area is also home to the Chattahoochee Animal Clinic, a trusted vet team providing paw-lity care for pets.
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    Population Density 2,530/sq mi

    #4 Newtown

    Newtown in Johns Creek, GA is about 24 miles from Woodstock. Way on the west side of Johns Creek, this large, popular area is loved for its outdoor extravagance. But it’s also a great place for you and your dog to enjoy some quality time in the great outdoors. Newtown Dream Dog Park is located in Newtown Park and is a beautiful, grassy, fenced-in location for your pup to play, socialize, splash, and run. And small dogs have a separate area to keep them safe! Need some special supplies for your furry friend? Head to Furever Fit Pets for a huge selection of foods, leashes, grooming products, and more.
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    Population Density 727/sq mi

    #5 Wills Park

    If you drive a few minutes north of Newtown in Johns Creek, you’ll come to Wills Park in Alpharetta, GA, which is just about 16 miles from Woodstock. Wills Park is a pawsome place to spend the day. In addition to the Community Center, sporting fields and courts, swimming pool, playgrounds, a Recreation Center, and more. Wills Park also has its own dog park! Waggy World Paw Park has separate areas for small and large dogs and, of course, some fire hydrants to mark. When you’re done playing, you can head to some dog-friendly restaurants in the area, like South Main Kitchen, which has outdoor seating for dogs and their owners.
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