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Dog Areas in Ridgeland, MS

5 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
18 Eateries
4 Groomers

Ridgeland is a small friendly city located just 15 minutes north of Jackson near the Ross R. Barnett Reservoir. Pups and their families can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities in town, including Wolcott Park. This a wonderful area to take your pooch for some exercise, and there are ball fields where the kids can play. The park features clean restrooms and you can refill water bottles at the fountain. When you and your pooch need a quiet and peaceful stroll, this park is perfect.

Finding great pup-friendly restaurants is easy in Ridgeland. There are eighteen different establishments to choose from, and one of the best is Primos Café. This restaurant has been owned by the same pup loving family since the 1920’s. You can order delicious Southern cooking and relax with Fido at one of the outdoor tables. Another option for dinner is Newk’s Eatery located on Harbour Drive. Order a tasty artisan pizza and chat with friends and their pups on the outdoor patio.

When Fido needs his annual medical checkup, there are two veterinarian clinics in Ridgeland. You can make both routine appointments and call for emergency care at these well-qualified pet hospitals.

Fido also deserves the best pup food and treats – so head over to Hollywood Feed. This local family-owned business provides a variety of goodies your pooch will love. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable and will even help carry your puppy products to the car. 

If you are searching for a great place to spend time with Fido, Ridgeland should be at the top of the list. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ridgeland, MS

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 934/sq mi

    #1 St Catherine's Village


    About six miles north of Ridgeland, Liberty Park is a great place to stop when traveling on Interstate 55 in Madison. You and your pup can get out and stretch your legs, and the playground is perfect to let the kids run off some excess energy. The wide-open ball fields offer a place for Fido to run around and chase a ball or roll in the grass and sniff the plants. You will need to bring your own doggie waste bags and be sure to clean up after Fido. After playing at the park, stop by the Corner Bakery Café for a quick breakfast at one of the outdoor tables, or check out Back Yard Burgers for lunch or dinner. Fido will love relaxing under the table on the patio and drinking some fresh water. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 835/sq mi

    #2 Madison Avenue


    Just two miles north of Ridgeland, Strawberry Patch Park features over 7 acres of space in the town of Madison. Pups and their parents will enjoy the one-mile running/walking path and the fishing pond. You and your pooch can stroll through the park and watch the geese and ducks while the kids are running around on the playground. The park is also well lit, making it a perfect place to take Fido for his evening stroll. If you need a great pooch-friendly place to eat dinner, Hokkaido offers wonderful Asian cuisine, and you can sit at one of the many outdoor pup-friendly tables.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 660/sq mi

    #3 Summers Bay


    One of the most pupular destinations in Ridgeland is the Dog Park at The Rez located next to the Ross Barnett Reservoir. There is plenty of parking, and Fido can run around off leash in a large open space. The area is filled with shade trees where pooch parents can relax on a bench and Fido can show off his skills on the agility equipment. A doggie water fountain is available in the park where your pooch can get a drink after running around socializing with other pups in the park. Walking through Old Trace Park outside the dog park will also offer additional exercise for both you and Fido. The scenic well-maintained pathway is perfect for an energetic walk.  

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 346/sq mi

    #4 Dinsmor


    When traveling through Mississippi, The Natchez Trace Parkway covers over 444 miles, and the Natchez Trace Multi-Use Trail is located in the Dinsmor neighborhood. You can stop in the parking area and read about the historic use of this travel corridor and let your pup out to stretch his legs. The path is often used for hiking, biking and even horseback riding, giving you and Fido a scenic place to walk and get some exercise. If you need something to eat while in the area, P.F. Chang’s features several pooch-friendly tables where you can relax and enjoy a variety of Asian cuisine. 

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    Population Density 302/sq mi

    #5 Old Town Station


    Check out the Freedom Ridge Park in the Old Town Station neighborhood with your pup. This great destination for Fido and the family offers pawtastic paths to give your pooch some exercise. Let the pup roll in the grass as the kids enjoy the two playgrounds on offer here. There are various sports fields where you can throw a frisbee for your pooch, between games of course! When you need a rest, find one of the shaded picnic tables to enjoy a snack and drink of water with your furry companion. 

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