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Dog Areas in Angier

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A little more than 5,000 people call Angier, a town in the Black River Township of Harnett County in North Carolina their home. Each year, more than 20,000 people come to the town to experience the Crepe Myrtle Festival, which celebrates a special type of tree that is common in the area. Angier is also well-known for its family-friendly Bike Fest event each year that brings in motorcyclists and bike enthusiasts from all over the country. 

Whether you're visiting Angier with your dog or you live there year-round, stop by Jack Marley Park. This 33.3-acre park has a six-acre lake, and it's a lovely place to go for an on-leash walk with your dog in Angier.

Other dog-friendly activities in Angier include stopping by Texas Pit BBQ on West Church Street. This popular family restaurant serves all sorts of beef brisket, pulled pork, smoked turkey, German sausage, and other delicious dishes that are smoked with mesquite wood shipped in right from Texas. You can also dine on sides like hush puppies, Texas pinto beans, corn pudding, mac and cheese, and collard greens. There are several outdoor tables at Texas Pit BBQ where your dog can join you. After your meal, you and your dog can make the short drive to one of several nearby off-leash parks to run off those extra calories!

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    Population Density 968/sq mi

    #1 Woodland Point

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    In less than 15 minutes, you and your dog can drive to southwestern Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina and arrive at the town's namesake dog park. The Fuquay-Varina Dog Park has a section for dogs who weigh more than 30 pounds, as well as an area for smaller dogs. There's no fee to visit this park, but your dog must have valid registration and current vaccinations. You can visit the Fuquay-Varina Dog Park seven days a week from 7 AM to dusk, and inside the park, there are water stations, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas. Puppies must be six months of age before they can visit this park.
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    Population Density 2,078/sq mi

    #2 Carolina Pines

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    Carolina Pines is a neighborhood in southern Raleigh known for its beautiful parks and outdoor spaces, and it's only a half-hour drive from Angier. It's also where you'll find the Carolina Pines Community Dog Park, and this park is beloved by many for several reasons. Within the off-leash area, there are different sections for big and small dogs, and the park's surface is made of wood chips which makes it easy to clean up after your pet. You'll also find drinking water stations, lots of seating for pet parents, and waste disposal supplies in the park. Your dog can join you in other areas of Carolina Pines Park as long as they remain on a leash.
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    Population Density 2,717/sq mi

    #3 Historic Oakwood

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    Historic Oakwood is an area of eastern Raleigh near downtown that's known for its historical Victorian homes. Just north of this neighborhood sits the Oakwood Dog Park, located a half-hour from Angier. The Oakwood Dog Park has an enclosure where dogs of all sizes can play, as well as an area just for small, shy, or elderly dogs. Pet parents can watch their dogs play from the shaded, comfortable seating areas. To keep canine guests comfortable, there is water available on-site. The regulars at this dog park are known to be welcoming to newcomers, so you and your pooch will make new friends in no time!
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    Population Density 2,566/sq mi

    #4 Northwoods Crossing

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    Cary is a town in North Carolina that's just west of Raleigh, and it's home to more than 160,000 people. There's a neighborhood in northern Cary known as Northwoods Crossing, and this is where you'll find the town's dog park. The Cary Dog Park at Godbold Park is a one-acre space where dogs are welcome to play off-leash, and it includes separate enclosures for large and little dogs. This park is very well-maintained, and that's largely thanks to the required membership fees that go toward keeping the park in tip-top shape. Other areas of Godbold Park have sports courts and fields, playgrounds, trails, and a skate park.
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    Population Density 3,051/sq mi

    #5 Litchford Forest

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    The area of northern Raleigh known as Litchford Forest is less than a 45-minute drive from Angier. Just west of this area is a place called Millbrook Exchange Park, and its 70 acres include playgrounds, tennis courts, a pool, a community center, and a dog park. The Millbrook Exchange Dog has a section for large dogs, an area for small dogs, and a third picnic area that's completely covered for hot or rainy days. If you plan on visiting at night, you'll appreciate that the park has lighting, and it also has water stations, a dig pit, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies.
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