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Dog Areas in Mebane

Mebane is a small, quaint town in North Carolina. The city got its name after Alexander Mebane, who was a general of the American Revolutionary War and also a member of the U.S. Congress. It is considered to be one of the fastest growing municipalities in North Carolina.

If you find yourself in Mebane along with your pup and you need a place to grab a bite or coffee, you should visit Moe's Southwest Grill or Filament Coffee + Tea. If you're in the mood for something a little stronger, you should visit the Trackside Market, which is a local bottle shop and gathering spot that offers local craft beers and select wines. Your dog is welcome here as long as he's well-behaved. If you're in need of a dog-friendly place to spend the night, you can go to Triangle Creation Spa and Gardens, or check out Mebane AirBnB Rentals.

There are a couple of veterinary clinics in the vicinity in case you need to avail of their services while you're here. These clinics offer routine and emergency care to keep your best fur-iend in tip-top shape.

Looking for a fun, Fido-friendly activities? Visit Lake Michael Park, which is a gorgeous lakeside park that's dog-friendly. Your pal will need to be on a leash here, though.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mebane

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    Population Density 554/sq mi

    #1 South Mebane

    If you're in Mebane, North Carolina and you need a place where your fur baby can exercise, you have to visit the APS Dog Park. The park is an off-leash, properly fenced area where dog socialization and exercise are the top priorities. It's a pretty well-maintained park that has trees and shade all over the park. Moreover, there are benches where the dog owners can sit back and relax while their dogs play around. In order to visit the park, the dog owners must attend an orientation class and there is also an annual fee required for entering the park. There are water facilities available as well as lots of toys for the dogs.
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    Population Density 2,687/sq mi

    #2 South Chapel Hill

    Around 24 miles away from Mebane, in south Chapel Hill, is a pretty large dog park named Chapel Hill's Southern Dog Park
    where you can take your four-legged friend. The park is fenced and includes a separate area for small dogs and another area for large dogs. The park has plenty of shade trees for your pup's maximum enjoyment and comfort. For the human visitors, there are benches in the park where you can watch over your beloved pets. The trails outside of the fenced area are also dog-friendly, but your dog must be on-leash. There are picnic tables and bathrooms for people, in addition to water and doggie waste bags.
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    Population Density 2,687/sq mi

    #3 North Chapel Hill


    In the northern part of Chapel Hill, which is located around 18 miles from Mebane, you'll another dog park that you can visit. The park is called Homestead Dog Park and it's a fenced area where dogs can run around off-leash. There is a small dog area and a large dog area so you don't have to worry too much about your smaller pup ruffhousing with larger breeds. For the dog owners, there are plenty of benches and chairs. The park also provides a water spigot so there is fresh water at all times. In the summer, the park even puts a kiddie pool for the dogs to cool off in!

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    Population Density 785/sq mi

    #4 elon

    Tired of dog parks yet? If not, we've got another one for you! Approximately 18 miles away from Mebane, in Elon, is another pawesome park called K-9 Corner at Beth Schmidt Park. It's a one-acre fenced park where dogs can play and socialize off-leash. The park offers fresh water for your pup and poop bags for cleaning up. There are benches and picnic tables in the park for the human visitors. Your pet has to be socialized to enter and must have all of the necessary vaccinations. If you want to take an on-leash walk, you can do it on the one-mile Beth Schmidt Park trail outside of the fenced area.
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    Population Density 3,018/sq mi

    #5 West Carrboro

    Twenty miles south of Mebane is the Anderson Community Park in West Carrboro. This is an off-leash, fully fenced dog park that provides plenty of space for dogs to play and exercise. It has a double-gated entry and benches for human visitors. There are no separate areas for small and large dogs, and all dogs have to play in the same area. So if your pup has a problem with that, this might not be the right place for you. If you're visiting the park, make sure you bring plenty of water because there is no water available here. Bringing a leash and some doggie waste bags is always a good idea, too.
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