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Dog Areas in Holly Springs, NC

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A town in Wake County, North Carolina, Holly Springs boasts a relatively large population, but don’t let that intimidate you. While the city is rather large, it’s nothing compared to its neighbors, Raleigh and Durham. Compared to the two of those, it’s actually a rather peaceful and welcome reprieve from the hustle and bustle.  Holly Springs itself could be considered a doggy paradise in its own right, with a selection of six dog-friendly restaurants to choose from, in addition to the attractions in the neighboring cities. 

If you’re in Holly Springs, a dine-out doggy day trip is certainly in order. If you happen to find yourself in the scenic neighborhood of Glenwood, you and Fido should definitely make the trip to Bass Lake Draft House, a restaurant that serves a selection of tantalizing bar fare with a unique twist. Choose from a number of appetizers, salads, soups, steaks, and sandwiches, or check out one of their specials. The locals swear by The Ugly Vampire Slayer Burger, which has a spicy kick that anyone would go dog wild for. Your canine companion is welcome to join you at any of the ten outdoor tables as long as he's on-leash and well-behaved, so get ready to chow down!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Holly Springs, NC

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,605/sq mi

    #1 Avent Acres

    Your next stop should definitely be in Avent Acres, home of My Way Tavern, where you’ll find a selection of classic tavern food, as well as nachos, gourmet hot dogs, and braised ribs. Your dog will be welcome to join you at the outdoor table, so grab a pint and kick back with your favorite furry friend. You’ll need to bring plenty of fresh drinking water to keep your pup hydrated, as well as possibly bringing some tasty treats for your toothy tot to try. After all, you shouldn’t be the only one leaving with a tummy full of delicious food!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,263/sq mi

    #2 Oak Hall

    For some more tasty tavern fare and a menu that’s a bit more diverse, make your way to Oak Hall. This scenic neighborhood is where you’ll find the Mason Jar Tavern, which features a dog-friendly patio and scrumptious dishes that will have your mouth watering from the moment you sit down! Try their buffalo chicken egg rolls if you’re feeling adventurous, or maybe their blackened fish tacos. If you want something a bit more classical, their barbeque sliders can't be beat with a rolled-up newspaper. Enjoy the views on the outdoor patio, and be sure to bring a leash and plenty of drinking water for your pup.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,284/sq mi

    #3 Wheeler Park

    After all that munching along on tasty treats, you and Fido alike will probably want to enjoy a nice walk to let everything settle in. In this case, mosey on over to Wheeler’s Park, a neighborhood in Raleigh. There, you’ll find Carolina Pines Community Dog Park, a fenced-in enclosure that includes separate areas for large dogs and small, frail, or senior pups. You’ll find plenty of shade here, and you'll also have access to drinking water, at least for your pup. You may want to bring a bottle along for yourself. You will need doggy waste bags as well.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,867/sq mi

    #4 Highlands on The Lake

    For a spot of adventure, as well as the opportunity to explore the beautiful scenery in North Carolina, you should stop in Highlands on the Lake, a neighborhood in Cary where you’ll find the Hemlock Bluffs Nature Reserve. A slice of nature lover’s paradise, there are miles of trails for you and your leashed pup to explore. Enjoy the views, but be sure to bring some drinking water for the both of you, as the hike can go on for a little ways. Additionally, you’ll need to bring doggy waste bags to clean up after your pup, and be prepared to hold onto them until you reach a trash can.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,284/sq mi

    #5 Four Acres

    Finally, you’re definitely going to want a memento to remember this trip by, and what better souvenir than a custom portrait that will last through the ages? Not of you, silly, but of your precious pup! In Four Acres, a neighborhood in Raleigh, you’ll find Amy’s Creative Corner. The artist puts her heart in every piece and prefers to work off photos. However, you can easily stop in to pick up your masterpiece when it is completed. What better to display in your living room or den than a pretty picture of your precious pup? Nothing at all, that’s what!
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