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Dog Areas in Rolesville

3 Parks
2 Trails
2 Groomers

Not only does Rolesville, NC have the distinction of being the second oldest city in Wake County, it’s also one of the fastest growing. It’s easy to see why -- Rolesville is simply a great place to live. Not only does this small town have a real neighborly vibe and a strong community spirit, it’s less than a thirty-minute drive from all the opportunities and amenities of Raleigh. Rolesville isn’t bad to look at, either -- three of its lovingly preserved historic buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places, and the town is as close to nature as it is to the city.

Rolesville has one other point of interest -- if you think that geology rocks, you might be glad to know that the town sits on a batholith, and striking rocky outcrops can be seen in Rolesville itself and in its surroundings.

There’s no designated dog park in town, but you and your pooch shouldn’t have too "ruff" a time sniffing out exercise options! The parks system is the pride of Rolesville -- there are plenty of pretty places here where you two can stretch all six of your legs. There are also some fabulously Fido-friendly hiking options nearby, and if your buddy longs to lose the leash, don’t worry -- you’ll find plenty of op-paw-tunities for off-leash adventure just a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rolesville

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 647/sq mi

    #1 Granite Falls

    With a green space like Main Street Park right on your doorstep in Rolesville, you’d need to be barking mad not to check it out! Located centrally at the junction of Main Street and Young Street, the park has a couple of relatively lengthy walking trails that wander through woodland. They’re pretty pawpular with local pups and their people -- your four-pawed pal might even make some new friends. As an added bonus, the paths are flat and paved, making this an accessible walk for all the family, regardless of age and ability. You can even bring a stroller! Non-furry family members might also appreciate the well-maintained playgrounds. You’ll have to bring your own bags and water, but the park has plenty of trash cans for easy and discreet clean-up.
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 357/sq mi

    #2 Clearview Estates

    Make no bones about it, if your furry friend likes hiking, a trip to Mill Bridge Nature Park is sure to leave them one happy hound! You won’t need to drive out to the back of beyond to get to this preserve, either -- it’s right on the edge of town, next to the quiet residential neighborhood of Clearview Estates. While you won’t get the same wilderness experience you’d have in a larger state park, the two-mile trail here does run by a pretty picturesque stream, and even features a small waterfall. There’s scope for spotting wildlife too, so you might want to keep a tight leash on your fur-ball if they’re the type to tear after squirrels!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,373/sq mi

    #3 Flaherty Farms

    Flaherty Dog Park is just a five-mile drive from downtown Rolesville, and this off-leash area is a real mutts-visit for you and your doggo! Tucked away in the suburban Wake Forest neighborhood of Flaherty Farms, this park has enough room in both the small and large dog areas for your fur-ball to leap about to their heart’s content. Unlike many parks, the terrain varies from flat to hilly, so fitter furry friends can charge up and down the slopes to burn off a little excess energy. Bags and water are provided, so all you need to do is BYOB (Bring Your Own Beast)!
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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 12/sq mi

    #4 Falls Lake Ventures

    Local trails are all well and good, but sometimes, a person and their pup just need to feel like they’ve left civilization behind. Luckily, Falls Lake State Recreation Area is just twenty-five minutes away from Rolesville, and this preserve is a pawfect place for you and your buddy to get back to nature! Your pooch won’t be allowed in the swimming areas around the vast and majestic Falls Lake, but there are a couple of trails here that feature fabulous views of the water. You’ll also find a six-mile stretch of the Mountains to Sea Trail, a sixty-six-mile route that connects North Carolina's peaks to the seashore. Don’t forget to bring bags and water!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,135/sq mi

    #5 Avington Place


    If you and your pooch are looking for a little variety in your off-leash activities, why not hop in the car and take the eighteen-minute trip to Buffaloe Road Dog Park? This pawesome park is situated in the northern Raleigh suburb of Avington Place, right next to the aquatic center. At one and a half acres, the dog run isn’t quite as large as the one in Wake Forest, but there’s still plenty of room for even the most energetic of doggos to run around and blow off a little steam. Like Flaherty Dog Park, this one has a separate small dog area, but Buffaloe Road Dog Park has a chip-bark surface, so there’s no need to worry about your buddy getting muddy after it rains! Waste bags and water are also provided.

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