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Dog Areas in Knightdale

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Knightdale is a city in northeastern North Carolina, and with a population of almost 15,000, it's one of the fastest growing cities in the area. No matter how quickly Knightdale grows, however, its residents love that it maintains the small-town charm it has always had. The climate is ideal year-round for the outdoorsy types, and with mild winters and hot summers, you and your dog will happily explore outside any time of year together. There are a couple of veterinarians in Knightdale, and not far outside of the city lines there are many more.

The recently built 76-acre Knightdale Station Park is a source of pride for the city, and it has become a hub for much of the activity in town. The park has a playground, walking trails, sports fields, and it even has its own dog park known as the Ashley Wilder Dog Park. The dog park has separate, fenced-in areas for big and small dogs to play safely, and visitors love how clean and tidy the city keeps the park. Ashley Wilder Dog Park is just the beginning of all the dog-friendly activities in the Knightdale area, and you and your pooch will enjoy all of them!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Knightdale

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    Population Density 3,051/sq mi

    #1 North Raleigh

    North Raleigh, North Carolina is only a 25-minute drive from Knightdale, and it's where the Millbrook Exchange Dog Park can be found within the larger Millbrook Exchange Park. The dog park has three separate fenced-in sections: one for large and energetic dogs, one for small dogs, senior dogs, puppies, or shy dogs, and there is a third fenced-in picnic area. The park is also lit up for use at nighttime, and it provides users with water spigots and plenty of waste receptacles to help keep the park clean. To finish it off, the park also offers plenty of seating so you can sit in comfort and enjoy watching your dog play!
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    Population Density 1,614/sq mi

    #2 Southwest Raleigh

    You can get to southwest Raleigh from Knightdale in under 20 minutes, and this quick trip also gets you to the Carolina Pines Community Dog Park. This park is almost four acres, and it has separate sections for dogs of different sizes and abilities. Carolina Pines is a popular and busy dog park, but it's known for having friendly dogs and humans who frequent it, and there is plenty of room for everyone. There is also seating, shade, water, lighting, and the ground is covered in wood chips. It has everything you need for a great trip to the dog park!
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    Population Density 1,634/sq mi

    #3 Flaherty Farms

    Wake Forest is a city in central North Carolina that is only a half-hour drive from Knightdale. There's an area of Wake Forest known as Flaherty Farms, and right beside some baseball fields is the Flaherty Dog Park. This is Wake Forest's first dog park, and it has quickly become a favorite spot for both dogs and humans in town. Although it's only about two acres in size, the park features separate sections for different-sized dogs. There is a five-foot fence surrounding Flaherty Dog Park so every pup plays safely, and the park also provides users with water, picnic tables, waste bags, a doggie clean-up station, and a walking trail.
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    Population Density 1,885/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Raleigh

    Downtown Raleigh is just a 17-minute drive from Knightdale, and there's always so much going on in the heart of the city that you won't want to miss. If you are looking for something to do with your dog in the downtown Raleigh area, consider visiting the Oakwood Dog Park, where you're both bound to have a pawesome time. This is a good-sized dog park with two sections for dogs of different sizes and plenty of pooches for yours to play with. The park also provides water, toys, and waste bags, and there is plenty of seating as well as shade for hot days.
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    Population Density 1,874/sq mi

    #5 Northwest Raleigh

    If you have a dog who loves obstacles and you enjoy quiet dog parks, the Hawthorne Bark Park in northwest Raleigh will be you and your dog's new favorite place! This park isn't one of the biggest in Raleigh, but it tends not to be overly busy, so there is lots of room for your dog to play and to use the equipment, which includes a tube and ring jump within the park. Some parks are too big or too busy for some dogs and some owners, but you won't experience the problems a bigger dog park brings at this peaceful spot in Raleigh.
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