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Dog Areas in Indian Trail

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This city was established in 1861, and, as you probably already guessed, it gets its name from a trail that the settlers used to trade with the Waxhaw Indians. This trail was a big part of life for the settlers back then.

Today, Indian Trail, North Carolina is a wonderful place to visit. It has a lot of beautiful scenery for you and your pooch, as well as several fun activities that you can do together. There are various restaurants where you and your pooch can dine together. A great option is Madison’s Coffee House, which serves lattes, coffee, breakfast sandwiches, milkshakes and other light bites. Madison’s Coffee House is very welcoming to canine friends, and they have patio just for you and your pooch to sit together and enjoy a drink or a meal.

Looking to share a more substantial meal with your best pal? Head on over to the Trail House. This Fido-friendly restaurant offers standard pub grub, and they are also very welcoming to your pooch! There are several seats on the patio just for you and your pooch to sit together and enjoy a meal. These restaurants are just a couple of the pet-friendly places to eat in Indian Trail, so you and Fido will be spoiled for choice no matter what you're craving.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Indian Trail

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 36,360/sq mi

    #1 Central Indian Trail


    If you and your pooch are looking to dine together, there are several restaurants that are pup-friendly in this neighborhood. The first is Bruster's Real Ice Cream, which will give your pooch a free cone! The next place is Sonic Drive-In, where you can enjoy a burger and shake with your pooch in the comfort of your car. Looking for somewhere a little more local? Check out the Athenian Grill. This restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine and has a lot of menu options. You and your canine pal are invited to dine together on the outdoor patio. You will just need to make sure your pooch is on a leash.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,587/sq mi

    #2 Pineville


    This neighborhood is a great place for your pooch to have a blast. It is located about 16 miles from Indian Trail, and is home to the William Davies Park. This park is an off-leash park that's completely fenced in. This park lets you decide where your dog would feel the most comfortable. There are three sections: two are for larger dogs, and one is for pups less than 20 pounds. The park provides water stations and kiddie pools, which your pup will have a doggone good time splashing in. There are also buckets for drinking water. Park benches and shade trees are added bonuses. Your pooch will enjoy playing on the equipment available at this park and exploring the many open areas.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,967/sq mi

    #3 Silverwood


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is located just 16 miles northwest of Indian Trail. If your pooch is looking to burn some energy, this neighborhood has just the park for him! The Barkingham Park at Reedy Creek Park is an off-leash dog park that has a lot of room for your pooch to run around and explore. The park is fully fenced, so you won’t need to worry about your pup running off. The park surface is mainly grass and some patches of dirt. There are trees for shade as well as benches to sit on. Grab a ball and head over to this park for a fun game of fetch!

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,110/sq mi

    #4 Mountain Island


    If your pup is looking for a great place to sniff out new smells and explore, this neighborhood is for them! The Shuffletown Park is a large 4-acre dog park that is completely fenced in. This off-leash dog park has wooded areas that will intrigue your curious canine friend. The trees also help with providing shade for both you and your pooch. Remember to bring water for your pup since the park does not provide any. Benches are provided for the humans. The terrain of the park is mostly grass but has a few areas with gravel. If you're worried that your smaller pup might try to ruffhouse with the big boys, you needn't be -- smaller pups get their own separate area here!

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    Population Density 6,439/sq mi

    #5 Sycamore


    Your pup will have a blast at the Frazier Dog Park. This off-leash dog park is totally fenced and separated into two different areas: one for smaller dogs and one for larger dogs. There are walking trails for you and your pooch to explore together, as well as clean water in both areas for the canines to drink. There are several toys for your pooch to play with, and, in the area for larger dogs, there is a kiddie pool for your pup to make a splash in! Shade trees and waste disposal stations are available here, but you'll need to bring your own waste bags. Put on your walking shoes and come to this park for a paw-tastic time!

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