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Dog Areas in Beaufort, NC

6 Parks
1 Trail
7 Eateries
2 Groomers

Beaufort is a puptastic little coastal town found on a channel in North Carolina. It is one of the oldest towns in the state. The town sees a population boom during busy tourism seasons, feeding the majority of the local economy. The town is geographically isolated, making development a challenge, but the tourism business has more than made up for those early struggles over the years. 

Beaufort was originally a fishing and whaling town back in the 1600s. Some of the original homes from that time period are still preserved, and you will find historic plaques outlining when they were originally built and who inhabited them many years ago. The original town, which was planned out in 1713, is a 12-block area that is still on the National Register of Historic Places. 

Backstreet Pub is a pupperific place to enjoy a cold beverage on a hot day. This tap house welcomes dogs both inside and outside and is one of the top-rated food and drink establishments in the town. 

There are four animal hospitals in Beaufort, giving you and your fur family plenty of options for stellar veterinary care to keep your pup in the best shape of his life! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Beaufort, NC

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    Population Density 911/sq mi

    #1 Beaufort Meadows

    Beaufort Meadows is a moderately priced neighborhood on the northern end of Beaufort. You will find Newby Creek just a short drive or walk to the east if you are looking for an easy place to take your pup for an afternoon walk after a long day at the office. You can also access Atlantic Beach and Harkers Island from this community as you travel toward the North River. This neighborhood is an oasis for families that dream of a single-family home with plenty of room for their family to play and grow. The neighborhood is close to main roads, which makes it easy to get to Downtown Beaufort in a hurry!
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    Population Density 911/sq mi

    #2 Courtyard East

    Courtyard East is a large townhome community in Beaufort. It is just a few minutes from Downtown Beaufort with easy access to the main roads and highways leading out of town. It is a great place for commuters who work either in other parts of Beaufort or other nearby towns! Freedom Park isn't far from this community and is a lovely dog-friendly green space to spend the day picnicking or throwing around a Frisbee with your four-legged best friend. You will need to keep a leash on your pet in this park, but your pup will be too busy sniffing around and making new friends to notice much!
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    Population Density 911/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Beaufort


    Downtown Beaufort is near the water and is a pupperific place to bring your dog. There is a local boardwalk that runs along the creeks and docks and will take you right to several shops and gardens that will have your dog's tail wagging all afternoon! The Boardwalk Cafe is a well-loved eatery that serves all manner of delicious dining options when you are feeling hungry while out with your pup. You can sit with him on their outdoor patio that overlooks the boat docks! Fishermen's Park is another puptastic place to sniff out where you can access the water and enjoy a small sandy beach area or a picnic! 

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    Population Density 911/sq mi

    #4 Rachel Carson Reserve


    The Rachel Carson Reserve is an amazing place to bring your whole family. Your dog will have plenty of room to get out all of that extra energy along the many trails that wind through the 2,000 acres of land. There are more than 200 species of birds that move through this area through migration and year-round habitation. There is a herd of wild horses that were brought to the area in the 1940s and eventually became wild. They are now loved by the locals and monitored closely for health concerns and to make sure they don't upset the natural ecosystem. 

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    Population Density 911/sq mi

    #5 Fort Macon State Park

    This dog-friendly state park is just thirty minutes from Beaufort. It was originally built to protect the area from naval attacks and pirates in the 18th and 19th centuries, leaving behind an exciting history for present generations to enjoy with their families when they visit. It is even said that the infamous pirate Blackbeard passed through Beaufort! Today, the state park serves as a museum, Civil War Era monument, and a natural oasis loved by all who visit it. You can hike, explore beaches, fish, and even ride horses through the multi-use trails found in this expansive and stunning state park.
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