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Dog Areas in Hope Mills

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Hope Mills is a charming town in Cumberland County, North Carolina with a population of over 16,000 people. Although it's a relatively small town, Hope Mills offers full-service recreational facilities and other amenities for its residents. Located minutes from four major hospitals, Hope Mills also has its own police and fire departments, nine schools, five shopping centers, a downtown district, and more than 20 churches. Throughout the year, Hope Mills hosts several events for its residents, including art festivals, father/daughter dances, farmers markets, and more. Dog owners love living so close to off-leash parks and other dog-friendly spots in Hope Mills.

There are a few dog-friendly restaurants in Hope Mills, so there's no need to leave your dog at home when you head out for a bite to eat. One of these restaurants is called Mi Casita, and it's located on Camden Road in northwestern Hope Mills. Mi Casita serves up authentic Mexican dishes like enchiladas, fajitas, quesadillas, chimichangas, tacos, and plenty more. There are seven outdoor tables at Mi Casitas where your dog is welcome to join you. After your delectable meal at Mi Casitas, it's time to make the quick trip to one of several nearby dog parks!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hope Mills

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    Population Density 1,860/sq mi

    #1 Cape Fear

    A ten-mile drive northeast of Hope Mills will take you and Sparky to the Cape Fear area of eastern Fayetteville, North Carolina. This is where you will find the Riverside Dog Park, and you and your dog are sure to love it! This off-leash dog park has separate areas for big and small dogs, and it's open daily from dawn to dusk. Your dog must be licensed and registered with their tags on display to visit Riverside Dog Park. There are fire hydrants that provide drinking water for dogs, as well as waste disposal supplies and seating in the park.
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    Population Density 1,540/sq mi

    #2 Bastogne Drive North

    Fort Bragg is a military installation in North Carolina with more than 50,000 active personnel, and it's less than a 20-minute drive from Hope Mills. In addition to the active staff living in Fort Bragg, it's also home to around 30,000 residents. The western-central area of Fort Bragg is where you'll find the Main Post Bark Park. This off-leash dog park has separate sections for big and small dogs, and there are also water fountains and waste disposal supplies. Main Post Bark Park is open from dawn to dusk, and if you plan to visit late at night, you'll love that the dog park has lighting.
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    Population Density 991/sq mi

    #3 Jack Britt

    One of the closest dog parks to Hope Mills is just five miles from town, located in the Jack Britt area of Fayetteville. The dog park is part of Blessed Oasis Pet Resort, and it features six acres of grass and wooded areas for your dog to explore. The Blessed Oasis Dog Park also features agility equipment, drinking water, waste disposal supplies, and seating. A membership is required to visit this park, but it will only cost you $20 a month. You must provide proof of your dog's registration and vaccinations to visit this park, and your dog will also have to pass a temperament test.
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    Population Density 253/sq mi

    #4 Barker Ten Mile

    If you drive about 20 miles south of Hope Mills, you'll arrive in northeastern Lumberton, North Carolina. This area is home to the Barker Ten Mile neighborhood, an affluent residential community that is also where you'll find the Meadow Road Dog Park. This dog park is equally divided into two sections: one for big dogs and another for little pups. The park provides visitors with waste disposal supplies and seating, but don't forget to bring your own drinking water. You and your dog may also enjoy walking the streets of Barker Ten Mile and taking in the spacious homes and the tall trees surrounding them.
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    Population Density 479/sq mi

    #5 West Southern Pines

    Martin Park is just over 30 miles northwest of Hope Mills, and it's a skip and a hop outside of the western Southern Pines neighborhood. This off-leash park sits on more than 50 acres of land, and it is only partially fenced. Most of the park only has natural boundaries like trees or bodies of water, so if your dog doesn't have good recall skills, it may be best to keep them on a leash. Martin Park is known for being clean and well-maintained, and it includes grassy fields, water for your dog to swim in, sandy areas, and seating. There's free parking available for visitors, and the park is open from dawn to dusk.
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