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Dog Areas in Mount Holly, NC

4 Parks
1 Trail
1 Eatery
2 Groomers
Mount Holly is a barktastic city that connects community with nature! From historic museums and parks, to adrenaline-filled outdoor activities, Mount Holly has something for every human and pup to enjoy. One veterinarian is located in Mount Holly to ensure your pooch's well-being while in town. 

Your woofer is going to love Mount Holly for one pawticular reason: the Tuckaseege Dog Park! Open daily from dawn to dusk, the Tuckaseege Dog Park is a pawpular spot where pups are welcome to romp and play with other canine pals (no leashes allowed!). The park is conveniently separated into small and large dog sections to paw-timize available space and keep your doggoe safe. Plenty of shady trees and benches are scattered throughout the park to keep both you and your panting pup cool. Bigger dogs will especially enjoy the large hoops to jump through! Make sure to bring your own water, as no water spigots are on site.

After playtime, leash up your pup and take a stroll on the short and sweet 0.7 mile walking trail located behind the Tuckaseege Dog Park. Let Fido lead the way on the trail towards Mount Holly's Stormwater Wetland for a scenic overlook, where you can stop for a rest or have a small treat!

Mount Holly is a wooftacular city to visit with your pup in tow, so pack up your bags and just GO!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mount Holly, NC

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    Population Density 1,764/sq mi

    #1 Catawba Heights

    The Catawba Heights neighborhood near downtown Mount Holly offers you and your pup the chance to dive into a mouthwatering plate of American favorites at J Peters Grill & Bar. At J Peters. Your pup is invited to try out their special slow roasted prime rib with you at one of the six tables outdoors. Locals love to dine at J Peters time and time again, thanks to their wooftacular portions and diverse menu. Sink your teeth into something new with each visit! Burgers, ribs, seafood, pasta and more (not to mention a cinnamon apple crumb cobbler), are ready to be devoured at J Peters Grill & Bar. Hurry p-up, your food's awaitin'!
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    Population Density 1,729/sq mi

    #2 City Center

    When in Mount Holly, you won't want to miss out on a visit to the City Center neighborhood with Fido. Lined with food trucks on Fridays, and speckled with city parks, the City Center is the place to be! Wag to the Rivers Street Park to enjoy scenic views of the Dutchmans Creek which flows into the Catawba River. Fido will love playing a game of ball, or even throwing in a line at the fishing pier. A pup-friendly walking trail offers the less sporty pups to come hang out and enjoy the company of their humans. For extra grassy space, playgrounds, and a birds eye view of local life in Mount Holly, the Veterans Park is a paw away and offers pups an equally wooftacular time.
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    Population Density 449/sq mi

    #3 Moores Chapel

    Mount Holly is surrounded by many communities and cities, one of which is the pawtastic city of Charlotte (go 49ers!). Wag to Charlotte's Moores Chapel neighborhood for a furtastic day filled with adventure at the U.S. National Whitewater Center (USNWC). This non-profit outdoor center welcomes outdoor and pup-enthusiasts alike to enjoy a day of mountain biking, running trails, pawtastic zip-lines, rope courses, exhilarating whitewater river rafting, and more! Doggies are free to join their owners anywhere on the site grounds, on the hiking trails, at the outdoor restaurant, and on the kayaks and stand-up paddle boards. Is your pooch ready to get splashed?
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 911/sq mi

    #4 Lakewood

    Do you and your pup love to explore new parks? Then wag to the Lakewood neighborhood in Belmont for a pawtacular day with Fido at the Goat Island Park and Greenway. A small fenced-in dog park is located at Goat Island for pups who love to roam and romp off-leash with other doggoes, but if you want to explore with Fido on foot, there are many other activities to do (on-leash). There's an observation pier, a treehouse-style playground, a greenway, fitness pavilion and more, but Fido will love to go for a stroll on the park's walking trails or scenic greenway to join other walkers and outdoor-goers.
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    Population Density 1,381/sq mi

    #5 Woodrow Ave

    While in Belmont, head over towards the city center in the Woodrow Ave neighborhood to indulge your taste buds at some of the best pup-friendly eateries in town. Start at The String Bean Fresh Market and Deli for a furtastic selection of tasty bites and great wines, beers, and ciders. Dig into the Duck Fat Fries or juicy Pesto Burger with Fido while you enjoy a live band or the establishment's outdoor fireplaces. Make sure to save some room to dine at Nellie's Southern Kitchen, another local favorite in Belmont. This decked-out southern-style restaurant has all the comfort food you need for a great night including mac and cheese, taters, and chicken n' dumplins. Bone appétit!
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