Dog Walkers in Kinston

Find trusted dog walkers near you.

How Wag! Works

Book a Dog Walk with One of our Trusted Wag! Walkers
Track your Dog's Walk with our Live GPS Tracker
Receive Custom Reports Detailing your Dog's Activity

Vetted Walker Trust & Safety

Thoroughly Vetted
Wag! Guaranteed

Dog Areas in Kinston

10 Parks
3 Trails
11 Shops
2 Eateries
4 Groomers

The suburban town of Kingston is a bustling one, with other 20,000 people inhabiting almost 17 square miles. Long ago, before the city was established, the area used to be called the Atkins Bank. Later, the town changed its name to honor King George lll in 1762. Within the last 30 years, Kingston has won two All-American City Awards, the last one from 2009. To celebrate, enjoy some of the pawsome places in town with your furry best friend!

The Neuseway Nature Park is an excellent place to head to. The park is 55 acres and is located right along the river. There are plenty of dog-friendly activities to be found here, such as kayaking, boating, and even train rides that allow leashed dogs! Enjoy the open area of Southeast Park for a local walking experience that is sure to be snifftastic!

You don't have to go far to get some grub with your pup either, as Sugar Hill Pizzaria is open to all leashed-dogs at their outside seating area. Grab some water for Fido and a delicious slice of pizza for yourself. Still hungry? Head to the dog-friendly Peach House Resturant. This doggerific town also offers two veterinarians to keep your pup at his healthiest.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kinston

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,492/sq mi

    #1 Sandy Bottom

    Surprisingly, the Sandy Bottom neighborhood in Kinston isn't actually very sandy. Instead, it's filled with open fields and lush grass, which is exactly what you'll find at the Rotary Dog Park. The dog park is a large area that allows off-leash play throughout. Here, dogs can run in the open fields and splash in the two ponds. There is even an exercise area and a fenced-in agility course for those dogs looking to get some serious exercise in. The fenced-in area has a double-gated entrance. Clean-up stations, doggy-sized water fountains and trash bins can be found in various locations in the park.
    Dog neighborhood?
  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,107/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Kinston


    Looking to do something different in Downtown Kinston with your dog? Well, look no further, as the Caswell No. 1 Fire Station Museum is dog-friendly! Head on over to the 100-year-old fire station turned museum, where all dogs are allowed inside and outside on a leash.They even offer complimentary water for those thirsty pup! For a walk, the best park for your dog in the neighborhood is Pearson Park, a 4-acre open area with picnic tables, benches, a gazebo and walking trail. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags when walking in the forested park.

    Dog neighborhood?
  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 841/sq mi

    #3 Rouse Rd/ Carey Rd

    The Rouse Road and Carey Road neighborhood have many options for walking your dog. Want all the amenities? Head to the Bill Fay Park, which welcomes all leashed-dogs to its picnic shelters, ballfields and nature trails. The park has clean-up stations, water fountains and plenty of benches for humans too! Need something a bit more open? Head over to Fairfield Park, friendly to all leashed dogs, and features plenty of free areas to run around and play. Be prepared with clean-up bags, as you must pick up after your pet.
    Dog neighborhood?
  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,876/sq mi

    #4 Falling Creek

    The Falling Creek neighborhood is on the western edge of Kinston and features a fantastic park. The Barnett Park offers 12 dog-friendly acres with all that an owner could ask for. Open fields for running and playing, well-kept trails for leisurely walks, and closed off ballparks all allow dogs to come and play off leash in a safe area. Other features of the park include benches and water fountains. Grab some doggy bags from the clean-up station at the parking lot and you'll be all set for a pawsome afternoon adventure.
    Dog neighborhood?
  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,006/sq mi

    #5 E Highland Ave/ Old Snow Hill Rd


    The Emma Webb Park gives all dog-loving residents of the East Highland Avenue and Old Snow Hill Road neighborhood a place to bring Fido for some romp and runtime outside. The park is dog-friendly to all sized leashed-dogs, and has a vast open area for running and playing ball. Relax under the shaded areas of the park on the benches, or bring Fido out for a picnic under the pavilion. You even have access to the trash cans, clean-up stations and water fountain located near the public pool, and are allowed to stay from dawn until dusk.

    Dog neighborhood?
Book me a walkiee?
Sketch of smiling australian shepherd