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Dog Areas in Kill Devil Hills

1 Trail
1 Shop
11 Eateries

Kill Devil Hills, a town in Dare County, North Carolina, may sound like something out of an action movie. In reality, it’s a pleasant little getaway in the Outer Banks of the state, with plenty of action-packed activities for you and your pup to enjoy together, from the eleven dog-friendly restaurants to the surrounding beaches where your dog can have a splashing good time in the salty sea water. 

While in Kill Devil Hills proper, you should definitely check out the Wright Brothers National Memorial, a key location in our nation’s history. While your dog must remain leashed, and can’t enter any of the actual buildings, don’t let that discourage you from visiting this national treasure! Bring a kite, or even a yummy picnic filled with treats for you and your pup, and take in the location where the nation’s first successful flights took place. You can visit the start and finish locations of the first flight and enjoy the beautiful memorial itself. Your dog may not understand the history behind it, but you’re sure to have a good time, and your precious pup pal will be excited to spend a day with their favorite person!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kill Devil Hills

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,206/sq mi

    #1 South Croatan Highway

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    Make your way through town to South Croatan Highway, and your stomach is sure to thank you, and so will Fido’s rumbly tummy! Here, you’ll find Pigman’s Bar-B-Que, a delicious barbecue restaurant that serves a wide selection of meats cooked in the usual barbecue style -- with a unique spin here and there! They make their own delicious sauces, and for seafood lovers, they offer their signature tuna-cue: yellowfin tuna served with a dash of their delectable sauce. Your precious pup is welcome to join you at any of the outdoor tables, but be sure to bring plenty of fresh water.
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    Population Density 1,206/sq mi

    #2 North Croatan Highway

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    After you’ve scoped out the food scene in Kill Devil Hills, your pup will be very excited to stop into a shop dedicated just to them. At Holistic Pet Shop, located in North Croatan Highway, you’ll find a selection of dog food, delicious treats, as well as beds and leashes. Your diva doggy will be walking in style, as well as enjoying a properly formulated treat for their little body. Just be sure to keep your doggy on their leash, or carry them in the store. Let your pup pick out their own wardrobe -- how can that possibly go wrong?
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    Population Density 425/sq mi

    #3 East Soundside Road

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    If you’re willing to step out of the local area a bit, just make your way towards Nag’s Head, a small coastal town not far from Kill Devil Hills. You and your pup will have a great time walking along the beach all year round. Although your dog will need to remain leashed, the leash only has to be under ten feet, giving your doggy plenty of room to get their paws wet. Just be prepared to clean up after them, and you’re sure to have a ball -- it’s just a matter of whether it’s a cannonball or tennis ball!
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    Population Density 1,206/sq mi

    #4 South Virginia Dare Trail

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    Everyone loves a good slice of pizza, be they man or beast. If you’re looking to get a delicious sampling of some of the best pizza in the state, make your way to South Virginia Dare Trail, where you’ll find American Pie Pizza and Ice Cream. With a shaded outdoor deck for you to settle in with your pup pal, get yourself a nice pepperoni pizza. Too bad they don’t have pupperoni pizza! Bring plenty of drinking water for your doggy, and remember, no matter how much Fido begs with those puppy dog eyes, too much pizza is bad for his tummy!
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    Population Density 365/sq mi

    #5 Fonck Street

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    Finally, make your way a bit further down to Kitty Hawk, another beautiful coastal city in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. If you’d rather let your dog have a bit of off-leash fun, and as long as they’re stellar at following voice commands, you’ll want to stop at Kitty Hawk Beach. Though you will have to keep a leash on you at all times, you're free to let Fido loose as long as your precious puppy doesn’t bother the other beach inhabitants. They’ll go dog wild splashing around in those cool ocean waves; just be sure to bring some doggy waste bags.
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