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Dog Areas in Black Mountain

2 Parks
12 Eateries
2 Groomers

Black Mountain is a town just 15 miles from Asheville, North Carolina. This unique town offers the best of history and beauty and has been ranked the "Best Small Town in Western North Carolina" by WNC Magazine. The town is known for its spectacular mountain views and has also developed a reputation for the arts. The area is growing, with more than 200 businesses thriving there. Businesses love Black Mountain for its many conference centers in scenic and relaxing locations. The mountains that surround the town have plenty of walking, hiking, and camping opportunities, as well as views of waterfalls! 

Visitors and residents with dogs find plenty of sights for sore eyes throughout the town square, with plenty of window shopping and ice cream shops to enjoy with the whole family. There is one animal hospital in Black Mountain that treats all of the resident and visiting dogs like their own. 

If you are looking for a popular place to grab a great meal with your dog, Black Mountain Ale House is a top-rated favorite! The establishment offers award-winning service and menu options that will have you coming back the next time you are in the area! There is an outdoor seating area for you and Sparky to take a load off and enjoy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Black Mountain

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 127/sq mi

    #1 West State Street


    West State Street is a well-known street that will take you right to one of the popular parks in Black Mountain. Riverwalk Park has its own walking trails, picnic areas, and a dog park for its four-legged visitors to have some off-leash fun! The park covers about two acres, so there is plenty of room for your whole family. The Riverwalk Trail is one of the most pupular places to walk. It is a half-mile of scenic views and wildlife that your pup will have a blast sniffing out! Just make sure your dog is on a comfortable and sturdy leash. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 127/sq mi

    #2 Tomahawk Avenue/Laurel Circle Drive

    At the intersection of Tomahawk Avenue and Laurel Circle Drive is the entrance to Lake Tomahawk Park. This park is the gem of the town and gives visitors a safe and beautiful place to get some exercise across 16 acres of land! You can hike, picnic, and even fish in this park! The park welcomes families with dogs to visit and enjoy the walking trails and the view of the local lake. Dogs will need a leash, and you will need to be sure to pick up after your pooch, as the park is visited by many humans and pups throughout the year.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 227/sq mi

    #3 Montreat

    Robert Lake Park is a pupular destination in the heart of the town of Montreat, just a few minutes away from Black Mountain. This park has lots of scenic rocky streams that run through the whole park. Visitors with children appreciate the unique layout of the playground equipment, which gives children a more interesting play scene! There are small waterfalls and other places to stop and take it all in, and your dog is welcome to join your family as long as he has a leash on and minds his best manners. There is also a lake nearby where paddle boating and canoeing are common activities.
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    Population Density 127/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Black Mountain


    Downtown Black Mountain is the place to be if you get hungry while you are out and about with your dog! Veranda is one restaurant with a dog-friendly back deck where you can order soup and salad or a wrap that will meet all of your expectations. Dark City Deli and Pub is a 100-year-old building turned tavern where you can enjoy modern sandwich delights with your dog on the outdoor patio. Louise's Kitchen is a pupperific brunch spot with everything from sandwiches to quesadillas for your enjoyment! They have a beautiful wrap-around porch where you can grab a table for you and your dog. 

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    Population Density 63/sq mi

    #5 Chimney Rock State Park

    Chimney Rock State Park is only a half-hour away from Black Mountain. It is home to Lake Lure and is a truly amazing place for nature lovers to enjoy a variety of activities that are great for the whole family! The park has a flavorful history of its own and was the set of the film Dirty Dancing. There are seven different trails to choose from, so make sure you have a fully stocked pack and a good harness for your pup's comfort. There's also outdoor rock climbing and even an animal den discovery area. You can join in on one of the many outdoor educational experiences year-round, or just enjoy some of the best mountain views for miles.
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