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Dog Areas in Efland

Let's take a trip in time. Let's go back in history to Orange County in the 1700s. This is the heart of the Native American community. They thrive on living off the land. Their belief is that, if you take care of the land, it will take care of you. As more and more Americans started to move west, they took this land. They cut down trees. For a while, this became a war zone. It simply wasn't safe for anyone anymore. This is where the Treaty came in. The newcomers took lessons from the Native Americans, and Efland became the center of peace, and hope, an example to the surrounding areas. 

While you are taking in the history of this area, visit the David Faucette House. Here, you can learn more about the architecture of the area and see what homes looked like back them. Outside tours run daily, and you can bring your dog with you! Inside tours are by appointment only, and are breed restrictive. 

The Efland Rodeo puts on a great show if you are looking for something to do, but you can't take your dog inside the shop. However, you can stop by the gift shop, which is open daily, anytime you are in the area. They even have something for your best fur-iend: personalized dog collars! They also do engraving if you want something a little extra. When the rodeo isn't in session, you can bring your dog with you. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Efland

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 234/sq mi

    #1 Churton Road

    You'll want to check out the Weaver Street Market, which is only about five miles from you, while you're in Efland. This is the pawfect place to grab some lunch and do a little shopping with your dog by your side. This is a co-op market where you can get locally grown fruits, veggies, and meats. They serve dishes that have only fresh and local ingredients You can eat healthily and still have a quick delicious meal. If that wasn't wonderful enough, you can even bring your dog with you! There is a water dish waiting for them outside on the patio. Be sure to bring a leash, though, since your dog will need to wear one.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 415/sq mi

    #2 Dogwood Acres

    Dogwood Acres, located approximately 15 miles from Efland, is Chapel Hills' southern dog park. If you want to socialize your dog, then this is the place to come! The locals that come here are friendly and welcoming. You will love that there is lots of shade to sit and rest. If you don't want to let your dog off the leash, or if you just want a little more exercise for yourself, then you could always go walk the trails. This is a great way to spend the day with your dog and make new friends.
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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 234/sq mi

    #3 Nash St

    Call your friends and come grab a drink at the Mystery Brewing Public House. This Fido-friendly eatery offers a huge selection of brews that you can choose from. The locals rave about their homemade brews that are complex but very delicious and like nothing that you will get anywhere else. Don't fur-get to check out the extensive menu of pub grub if you're hungry. Your dog can come with you at any of the outdoor tables. Bring him a water dish and let him join you and your friends. Be sure to bring a leash, as your pal will need to wear one.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,827/sq mi

    #4 Elliot St

    Need to visit a good ol' fashioned dog park? Take a 15-mile trip down to Durham Dog Park, where your dog will have a blast! You can let him off of his leash and watch him romp and run to his heart's content. You will have access to cleaning stations and drinking water while you are here. There are two separate areas so that your dog will always feel safe with other dogs his own size. You can sit and chat with other pet parents who frequent this park. Both of you are sure to make some new fur-iends here!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 234/sq mi

    #5 Occoneechee Mountain


    Hankering for a hike? Occoneechee Mountain Trail is less than ten miles from you. It's about two miles long and takes approximately an hour to complete. If you want more of an adventure, you can find a map with other trails at the beginning of this trail, or check out the visitor's area. Most of the trails are marked. You should stay on the marked trail to minimize your risk of being caught unaware by wildlife and to stay out of poisonous plants. Your dog will love all the new smells as you explore, but he will need to stay on a leash. You will find that this is an area that is all-natural, so there is no running water. 

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