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Dog Areas in Pinebluff

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The Town of Pinebluff, North Carolina might be tiny in size, but it is big in character! This sweet little dot on the map will charm any two-legged or four-legged visitor. There is a great sense of family and community present in the town. Surely, you and Fido will feel right at home! Un-fur-tunately there are zero vets in the area, but a quick drive to neighboring Aberdeen or Southern Pines will do the trick!


Pinebluff is home to three wooftacular parks: The West Pinebluff Park, Pinebluff Athletic Park, and the Donald S. Cunningham Park! If you're woofing for a safe and active location to take Fido, family or friends, then the West Pinebluff Park is for you! This all-in-one park houses plenty of greenspace for you and Fido to explore. Plus, there's play equipment for kids to enjoy in a safe, fenced environment. 

The Pinebluff Athletic Park primarily features a woofderful baseball-softball field. However, the park is set in a natural wooded area, giving you and your pooch lots of space to explore on paw. Finally, the Donald S. Cunningham Park is a woodsy park with a gated playground, quaint park benches, and picnic tables. These parks all make the pawfect place for a fun-filled morning or afternoon!

Pinebluff might be overshadowed by its larger neighbors, but it has so much to offer you and your explorer pup! Visit this sweet little town with your pooch today. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pinebluff

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    Population Density 165/sq mi

    #1 Ashley Heights

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    Wag just a mile eastward of Pinebluff to hike the All American Trail with your pup! The All American Trail is easily accessed, just visit the Ashley Heights neighborhood in Ashley Heights to begin your ascent! This woofderful trail is a great way to get outdoors and enjoy some fresh air with your pup, although pets must be kept on a leash while along the trail. At just over 20 miles in length, the All American Trail is a lightly-trafficked trail stretching from Ashley Heights to Aberdeen and Southern Pines to the north. Most importantly, the trail is open only from February-September and is closed during hunting season. Make sure to keep your pet leashed and have a barking good time!
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    Population Density 1,768/sq mi

    #2 Oak Tree

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    While in and around Pinebluff, make sure to reserve a pup-friendly place to stay! For all your sleepy needs, visit the neighboring town of Aberdeen and wag to the Oak Tree neighborhood. Here in Oak Tree, you will find a number of pet-friendly vacation rentals! One special place to stay in pawticular is the Pine Gables of Aberdeen Bed & Breakfast. Set inside a gorgeous Victorian-style home in the heart of the historic district, Pine Gables offers pups and their owners an exquisite and memorable stay. There are beautiful gardens and swinging porches for you and your pooch to enjoy (not to mention the gourmet breakfast)!
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    Population Density 1,284/sq mi

    #3 Aberdeen Center

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    The Aberdeen Center neighborhood in Aberdeen is a vibrant and safe place to visit with Fido! The highlight of the neighborhood is by far the Aberdeen Town Lake & Park. This pawtastic place is just minutes from downtown, but with its beautiful, vast grounds, and 2-mile lakeside trail, it doesn't feel like you're anywhere near a bustling town center. The Aberdeen Town Lake also offers fishing and boating (however, no gas engines) for pooches who love to play with water. Enjoy a bite to eat at the picnic shelters or have friends and family tag along and rent one of the park's charming gazebos! Pack your lunch, a basket, a book, and head out to the Aberdeen Town Lake & Park for a fruitful day!
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    Population Density 3,682/sq mi

    #4 Southern Middle

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    In need of more variety when it comes to food and sleeping options? No problem. Just head to the safe and friendly Southern Middle neighborhood in Aberdeen! This woofderful neighborhood features the pawsome Mazatlan Mexican Family Restaurant, where your doggo's water is refilled just as much as yours is! This lovely restaurant happily welcomes its furry customers to join their owners for a meal on the pup-friendly patio. Southern Middle is also a great place to check-in for the evening. Both the 5-bone rated Towneplace Suites and the Hampton Inn Southern Pine/Aberdeen welcome puppy dogs to their establishments for little to no fee per night. Now that's a wooftastic deal!
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    Population Density 647/sq mi

    #5 Northern Aberdeen

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    Take a small drive north from Pinebluff to visit the woofderful Northern Aberdeen neighborhood. This neighborhood is a safe, remote location to visit with Fido when you wish to get out of the town and visit a pretty park! The Ray Mills Park boasts a peaceful atmosphere. If you enjoy fishing, you and Fido can fish straight off the dam or from the brand new pier. Otherwise, take advantage of the park's other pawtastic amenities, such as: picnicking, trail walking (five laps equal one mile), kayaking/canoeing, reading a book, observing flora and fauna, and more! All who wish to relax with their canines are invited to Ray Mills Park!
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