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Dog Areas in Charlotte

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Charlotte is a city teeming with history, culture, and entertainment. Its many museums and theaters attract visitors every day, and its parks keep travelers of the four-legged variety amused throughout the year.

The city boasts a variety of dog parks, including one located at Frazier Park. The park itself has a multipurpose field, as well as tennis and basketball courts. If you’re on your own, stop by the community garden for some fresh air, or else bring your pup to the attached dog park for some fun socialization.

For a place that was built with both humans and dogs in mind, visit The Dog Bar. This pet-friendly bar is completely fenced in, so your dog can roam off-leash both in and outside the bar. It's easy to watch your dog while enjoying a drink and chatting with other animal lovers at the counter.

The 700 acres of the U.S. National Whitewater Center offers more than enough room for you and your dog to roam, as well as different trails to explore. Whether you’d like to be getting active outdoors or taking it easy on a restaurant’s patio, you and your pet are sure to find something that suits both of you in Charlotte.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Charlotte

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    Population Density 5,980/sq mi

    #1 Third Ward

    The Third Ward neighborhood offers so much to do for a pawtastic time in Charlotte. Be sure to check out one of the area's top dog parks, Frazier Dog Park. This off-leash dog park is a popular area for Charlotte residents to come and let their dog loose for some tail waggin’ fun. In addition to the dog park you’ll find loads of dog-friendly activities throughout the year, such as the annual Cinco de Mayo Chihuahua Races and the annual Checkers Pooch Party. Third Ward is really one of Charlotte’s premier dog-friendly neighborhoods. Around every corner you are sure to be greeted with a tail wag or three.
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    Population Density 1,560/sq mi

    #2 Rain Tree

    The Rain Tree neighborhood is home to Charlotte’s largest off leash dog park. The William Davies Dog Park has over 5 acres of available off-leash play area! There is plenty of water available for your pooch throughout the park, as well as plenty of seating space for you to sit and take in the scenery of the area. There are also a lot of sniff-tastic areas surrounding the McMullen Creek Greenway in Rain Tree. Leashed, well-behaved dogs are always welcomed on the greenway. With so much to see, do, and sniff in the Rain Tree neighborhood, there’s no wonder why dog owners love this place.
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    Population Density 3,190/sq mi

    #3 Myers Park

    It doesn’t matter if you and your pooch are city slickers or southern belles. The Myers Park neighborhood in Charlotte has something to offer for everyone. This neighborhood is lined with scenic views, but with an added historic southern charm. There are plenty of trees to sniff at Freedom Park with over 98 acres of landscape for you and your pooch to discover along with a 7 acre lake, concession stands, and playgrounds. Plus, many walking paths and trails let you discover the beauty of Myers Park. Known as one of Charlotte’s most prestigious neighborhoods, you can’t go wrong with dog friendly Myers Park.
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    Population Density 2,390/sq mi

    #4 Newell South

    Newell South is a historic, dog friendly neighborhood in the Charlotte area. It is also the home of Reedy Creek Park. There is so much for you and your dog to discover, do, and sniff at this 125 acre park, including Barkingham Park at Reedy Creek. Barkingham Park is a popular off-leash dog park. It is the second largest dog park in the Charlotte area, with 4 acres of fenced-in land. There are also other pawsome amenities at Reedy Creek Park such as ponds, a fishing pier, and playgrounds. If you enjoy southern charm with plenty of outdoor adventure, Newell South is where you and your pooch will want to explore.
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    Population Density 2,390/sq mi

    #5 East Forest

    The East Forest neighborhood in Charlotte has that pawfect mix of city and scenic living. There are plenty of shops and sidewalks for your pup to visit, but this neighborhood is also home to McAlpine Creek Park. This 114 acre community park boasts a 3 acre lake, bike and nature trails, and, of course, an off-leash dog park. The dog park offers a full acre of fenced-in freedom for your pooch. There are also areas at the park where you and your pup can enjoy a picnic while you take in the scenery of the historic East Forest neighborhood.
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