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Dog Areas in Burlington, NC

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Burlington, North Carolina is a lush city with lots of greenery, close to lakes and rivers, and has plenty to do for every pet owner within. Whether you reside here or are just passing through, this is a great location to experience with your pet.

For a social outing, let your pet romp around free at the Jiggs Askew Memorial Bark Park. It's two acres of off-lead freedom will make your pet very happy. There are two separate sections for large dogs and older or smaller dogs. The park offers water and benches for visitors.

Another place you can visit is the Lake Mackintosh Marina. This is a great family outing location; built in 1993, the lake is the primary water reserve for the city. However, they offer fishing, picnic areas, row boat rentals, sailing, and much more. Even though you cannot swim in the lake, any pet will love a day out on the water with you.

When checking in for the night, choose the Econo Lodge. It has modest, clean rooms that will be cozy for your stay in Burlington. Best of all, they allow your pet to stay with you so you won't have to worry about leaving your furry friend elsewhere.

Eating choices that are pet-friendly in Burlington are quite slim, but you can take a small drive to Hillsborough to the Mystery Brewing Public House. They offer craft, organic beers, and some traditional pub tapas. Well-behaved pets are allowed to join you on the terrace while you taste some of the delicious craft beers.

Burlington is a nice, refreshing place to enjoy with your pet. Whether you prefer a day out or an outing close to home, your pet will be happy by your side in Burlington, North Carolina.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Burlington, NC

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    Population Density 586/sq mi

    #1 Huffman Mill Rd/ Kirkpatrick Rd

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    This neighborhood is home to the Joe C. Davidson Park, which features a ¾ mile walking track and a nature trail in addition to soccer fields, a playground, and a dog-friendly open park where well-behaved pups can spend time chasing balls, catching frisbees or just frolicking in the grass. If you two have worked up an appetite, there are 5 dog-friendly restaurants nearby. The Cork and Cow is a wine and cheese bar with a patio, Brixx Wood Fired Pizza features 9 outdoor tables, and the Mellow Mushroom, another pizza restaurant, features unique toppings and 12 outside tables. Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steak Burgers serves up a variety of delicious American-style eats, including sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, frozen custard, sundaes, and more. Fido is welcome to join you at one of their four pet-friendly outdoor tables while you enjoy your meal. Finally, Tickle My Ribs serves southern BBQ sandwiches, ribs and other delectables, and offers 3 outdoor tables.


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    Population Density 1,830/sq mi

    #2 South Mebane St/ Huffman Mill Rd

    36

    The South Mebane Street/Huffman Mill Road neighborhood of Burlington boasts a group of restaurants that provide outdoor tables, so dogs can join their humans for a meal.  One of these, DaVinci’s Table, serves classic Italian dishes and wines, as well as casual Italian foods such as pizza and calzones. Delancey’s Family Style Restaurant, on Tribek Court, is a welcoming haven specializing in comfort foods with space for Fido at 3 outdoor tables. Biscuitville Restaurant serves down home Southern fare, including traditional biscuits, of course. Dogs may dine with their owners at lots of outdoor tables. For folks that don’t want to leave their pups tied outside while they order, Biscuitville provides a drive-through window, complete with bone-shaped biscuits. Finally, La Cocina Restaurant at the Holly Hill Mall provides 10 outdoor tables for diners with dogs. Woof those tacos down!


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    Population Density 1,758/sq mi

    #3 North Church St/ North Graham Hopedale Rd

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    This large neighborhood in Burlington is home to the Town and Country Nature Park, a 50-acre park that welcomes dogs. Bordering the Haw River, its 1.4 miles of winding trails and water views invite you and your pup to stroll along and enjoy nature at its finest. As its name implies, the park teems with birds and small animals that may attract your pup’s keen senses, so be sure to keep him leashed at all times. The park also provides access to the Haw River Paddle Trail, a trail designated on the actual river for those who love the water.


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    Population Density 319/sq mi

    #4 Chapel Hill Rd/ Tucker St

    12

    The neighborhood of Chapel Hill Road and Tucker Street contains a cluster of 4 reasonably priced, dog-friendly hotels nearby to downtown Burlington, and close to many dog-friendly attractions. The Red Roof Inn welcomes your dog to stay with you without any additional fees. Motel 6 permits two dogs up to 50 pounds, also without a pet fee.  The nearby EconoLodge offers accommodations for up to two dogs for a small fee, and requires that dogs be crated if left unattended in the room. The Red Carpet Inn allows up to two pets also for a small fee, although dogs may not be left unattended here.  


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    Population Density 2,435/sq mi

    #5 Westbrook Forest

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    To the west of Burlington is the bordering village of Elon, home to the Elon Dog Park. Also known as K-9 Corner at Beth Schmidt Park, the dog park was Alamance County’s first, and the closest to Burlington. Comprising one acre, this is a great place to bring your dog for unleashed fun in the fenced area. For those who like to walk their dog on-leash first to condition them to play nicely, or for those pups who just prefer a stroll, there is a one-mile trail here too. There are water and waste stations, along with benches and picnic tables for you to relax while your pup gets down to some serious playtime. Be aware that dogs must have visible evidence of a current rabies vaccination to enter the dog park.


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