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Dog Areas in Cramerton

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The town of Cramerton, North Carolina is home to more than 4,400 people. Located in Gaston County and also a suburb of Charlotte and Gastonia, Cramerton has all of the charm of a small city as well as all the convenience of big-city living. The town's motto is, "Pride in our past and faith in our future," and this spirit is evident throughout town and the effort that's put into providing prosperous futures for its residents. There are several parks in town that offer residents a variety of recreational opportunities, and many of these green spaces are dog-friendly. There isn't a designated off-leash park in Cramerton, but you're never more than a hop, skip, and a jump from one in a nearby town.

Another dog-friendly activity in Cramerton you can enjoy with your pooch is visiting the Eagle's Nest Restaurant on Fuskie Lane. This restaurant is attached to Bloody Lane Golf Course, and it's just a short walk from the beach. Eagle's Nest Restaurant includes four outdoor tables where your dog can join you for your meal as you dig into a variety of classic dishes like seafood, pizza, or steak. Once you've crossed this dog-friendly restaurant off of your list, its time to visit a nearby dog park with Fido!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cramerton

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    Population Density 2,954/sq mi

    #1 Wessex Square

    As a suburb of Charlotte, Cramerton is just a short drive from all of the amenities of the big city. Just outside the Wessex Square neighborhood, there's a place called William R. Davie Regional Dog Park, and it's less than a half-hour drive from Cramerton. Davie Dog Park is a five-acre off-leash space that includes an area for dogs 20 pounds and under, as well as a section for bigger dogs. You'll find water stations, waste disposal supplies, benches, and shade in this park. There are also plastic pools set up for dogs to cool off in, so be sure to bring a towel to dry your dog off at the end of your visit.
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    Population Density 2,790/sq mi

    #2 Wesley Heights

    The Wesley Heights area of central Charlotte is only 20 minutes from Cramerton. Frazier Park is a 16.5-acre park that has sports fields, playgrounds, greenway trails, and its own dog park! Frazier Dog Park is a 1.3-acre off-leash park with big and small dog sections. There are bowls and a water fountain in the park, as well as waste disposal supplies, benches, and plastic pools in the big dog section. The park is open every day from 7:30 AM to sunset, and your dog can also join you on the greenway trails in Frazier Park if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,719/sq mi

    #3 Mountain Island

    The northwestern Charlotte area of Mountain Island is also where you'll find Shuffletown Park, and it's only 20 minutes from Cramerton. Shuffletown Park has volleyball courts, baseball fields, a playground, a soccer field, and an off-leash dog park! The Shuffletown Dog Park is a four-acre space with big and small dog sections, and part of the park has plenty of trees for shade. There are doggy clean-up stations and drinking water in the park, as well as seating and a walking path for pet parents, too. If you'd like your dog to join you in other areas of Shuffletown Park, they're welcome to do so if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,085/sq mi

    #4 East Gastonia

    One of the closest dog parks to Cramerton is in George Poston Park in eastern Gastonia. Less than a ten-minute drive away, George Poston Park is sure to become a new favorite place of yours and your dog's! George Poston Park has all sorts of facilities and activities your family can enjoy, from playgrounds and sports fields to trails and even a dog park! The George Poston Dog Park includes a 4.5-acre big dog section and a one-acre section for little dogs. George Poston Park is open from 7 AM to sunset each day, and your dog can join you on the seven miles of trails in the park as well, as long as they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 647/sq mi

    #5 Anne Springs Close Greenway

    A paradise for dogs and their owners awaits you in northeastern Fort Mill, South Carolina, and it's only a half-hour drive from Cramerton. The Mary Warner Mack Dog Park has everything you could ever dream of in a dog park. Its 12 acres include a section just for small dogs, as well as a general area for all dogs. There's also a mile-long off-leash trail that leads you to a lakefront where your dog can swim! Mary Warner Mack Dog Park also has dog wash stations, waste disposal supplies, water fountains, and seating. There's a small membership fee required to join this park, and it's certainly worth the investment!
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