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Dog Areas in Belmont, NC

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Belmont is a city in North Carolina with a population of over 10,000 people. Located in Gaston County, Belmont is just 15 miles west of Charlotte, and a short distance from other large cities in the state. Belmont means "Beautiful Mountain," and it got its name in 1833 due to its proximity to Crowders Mountain. Downtown Belmont was settled in the 1750s, and today the downtown district is on the National Register of Historic Places. Belmont is growing quickly, and there are several great restaurants, businesses, and shops in town -- many of which can be explored with your pup!

When you're craving southern comfort food in Belmont, and you want to bring your dog with you, look no further than Nellie's Southern Kitchen in downtown Belmont! Not only is this a dog-friendly restaurant where dogs can join you on the patio, but their food is exceptional, too! Nellie's serves comfort food dishes like biscuits and gravy, mashed potatoes and meatloaf, fried chicken, mac n' cheese, and plenty more, and the food is all locally sourced. Now that your appetite is satisfied, it's time to head out for a walk in Belmont with your dog and get to know the city!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Belmont, NC

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    Population Density 1,781/sq mi

    #1 Wessex Square

    The Wessex Square neighborhood in south Charlotte is just over a half-hour drive from Belmont. This neighborhood is home to William R. Davie Park which has its very own dog park. This 107-acre park has sports fields, playgrounds, walking trails, and picnic shelters in addition to the Davie Dog Park. Davie Dog Park is a five-acre, off-leash space with a section for dogs under 20 pounds as well as a section for bigger dogs. There are water stations at the park, as well as separate entrances with double-gated entry systems, seating, and kiddie pools set up for dogs to cool off in, too!
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    Population Density 2,394/sq mi

    #2 East Forest

    Another pawesome dog park in Charlotte that's only a half-hour drive from Belmont is Ray's Fetching Meadow at McAlpine Creek Community Park in the East Forest neighborhood. McAlpine Creek Community Park is a 114-acre park with a fishing pier, a three-acre lake, a two-mile bike trail, a 1.5-mile nature trail, and many other amenities. The dog park takes up one acre of the park, and it's just one big section rather than being divided into sections for dogs of different sizes. Several regulars make use of this park, and they always welcome friendly newcomers with open paws!
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    Population Density 1,292/sq mi

    #3 Southeast Tega Cay

    Tega Cay is a city in South Carolina that's about a half-hour drive from Belmont. In the southeastern quadrant of the city, there's a place called Central Bark Dog Park, and you won't want to miss it! This 6,000-square-foot dog park isn't a particularly large park, but this is ideal for people who always like to keep a close eye on their pooch at the park. You'll need to register and purchase a $25 annual pass to access the park, and the fees go toward keeping it a clean and fun place. There is seating in the park, as well as all kinds of trees, and doggy clean-up stations.
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    Population Density 2,790/sq mi

    #4 Wesley Heights

    A twenty-minute drive east of Belmont gets you to the heart of Charlotte and the Wesley Heights neighborhood in downtown. This is where you'll find the Frazier Dog Park, which is completely free to use! There are big and small dog sections at the park, as well as doggy water fountains in case you forget to bring your own. Frazier Dog Park is a 1.3-acre off-leash space that's open from 7:30 AM to sunset every day, and it also has small pools where dogs can cool off in the summer and walking trails for you to traverse with your pooch.
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    Population Density 1,603/sq mi

    #5 East Gastonia

    One of the closest dog parks to Belmont is the George Poston Dog Park in Gastonia, North Carolina. It only takes 15 minutes to drive to this park, and your dog will love how much room there is to run and play here! The small dog section of the George Poston Dog Park is one acre, and the big dog section is a generous 4.5 acres. Seating and waste disposal items are provided, but please bring your own water. The rest of George Poston Park has other amenities your whole family can enjoy, like walking trails, a fishing lake, playgrounds, and sports fields.
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