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Dog Areas in Jackson Springs

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Jackson Springs is an unincorporated community in North Carolina located east of Charlotte. Hidden in close proximity to Uwharrie National Forest, Jackson Springs is a calm, close-knit place with no tourist attractions or historically significant places to visit. The surrounding areas in the county, on the other hand, have more to offer. You'll find plenty of pet-friendly amenities in Taylortown, Southern Pines, and Whispering Pines, including parks, cafes, and veterinary clinics. You won't even need to leave town to find quality vet care, though!

Martin Park in Southern Pines is a beautiful place to enjoy some time in nature with Fido. This unfenced park offers more than 50 acres of open space, complete with trees, trails and creeks to explore. The park is easy to find; it's located behind Walmart on Commerce Avenue.

Southern Pines’s downtown area is a pawfect place to grab some tasty treats to-go, or treat your dashing dog to a dinner date! Your sweet tooth will go mutts for the fresh pastries at Broad Street Bakery & Café. Snag a seat and dig in!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jackson Springs

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 531/sq mi

    #1 Elizabeth Road North

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    Whispering Pines is a primarily residential village in Moore County. Enjoy a woof-derful ride through the sleepy residential quarters until you find what you and Fido are looking for – Pooch Park in The Pines. This is a membership-only park maintained by Moore Humane Society at Elizabeth Road North. The park features about 3.5 acres of a fenced area split into two sections for small and large breeds to play separately. The entrances are separated as well. This is a very nice and clean place covered in wood chips, with friendly locals and tail-waggers to socialize with! Benches, shade and drinking water are also included.

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    Population Density 0/sq mi

    #2 Uwharrie National Forest

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    Uwharrie National Forest is located a short ride west of Jackson Springs and is part of two cities – Troy and Uwharrie. This is a huge, 51,000-acre area offering a range of outdoor activities and a bunch of joy! This park is a public area, so make sure you keep your buddy on their leash at all times while you enjoy camping, hiking, fishing and more! If you're visiting the park for the first time, take a moment to enjoy the scenic environment along Denson Creek Natural Trail, an easy 2.2-mile hike that will take about an hour to complete with Fido. The trails are well-shaded and promise a nice walking experience for beginners.

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    Population Density 2/sq mi

    #3 Morrow Mountain State Park

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    Morrow Mountain State Park, located on the western banks of Pee Dee River, is smaller than Uwharrie National Forest and is located about 40 minutes east of Charlotte. This is a beautiful spot with mountain views, lakes, camping options, multiple walking trails, and friendly surroundings. Your fur baby should stay on a leash no longer than 6 feet and behave themselves; this park is a public area and does not allow any off-leash activities. Feel free to choose one of the hiking options here before ending the day with a picnic in the designated areas. Food always tastes better outside and after a good stroll!

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,355/sq mi

    #4 Bastogne Drive North

    12

    Fort Bragg is a small community on the northern outskirts of Fayetteville, North Carolina, featuring a museum and an expansive golf course for visitors. If you're traveling with your pooch, follow along Bastogne Drive to the northwest to find some off-leash fun at Bark Park. The dog park is small and rather simple, but is fairly popular among locals, featuring two separate sections for small and large canines and some seating. The park lacks shade, so avoid visiting during the hottest parts of the day, and make sure you have enough drinking water with you!

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,585/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Fayetteville

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    Fayetteville is one of the major cities in North Carolina, with a pet-friendly downtown area offering a variety of casual and exotic treats in pet-friendly eateries on virtually every corner. Walk off all those extra calories and enjoy the friendly atmosphere of Riverside Dog Park, a cool, off-leash park for puppies to play and frisk together. Featuring two separate areas for small and large breeds, the park is double-gated, well-maintained, fairly shaded, and extremely popular among locals and visitors traveling through North Carolina. Drinking water facilities are available for thirsty pups, as well as benches for tired owners!

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