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Dog Areas in Rural Hall

Rural Hall, North Carolina is a town which proves that one person can make a difference. The reason that it is standing today is because of a little trapper's lodge. Around that one person's desire to keep a piece of paradise, an entire town grew. You can still see this lodge today; it stands as a reminder of the town's humble beginnings.

When you come to visit, be sure to stop and visit Covington Memorial Park. This park is the center of everything that happens in town. You will find that the community uses it as a place to gather together to celebrate holidays and local events. There beautiful trails to walk here, as well as ball courts to play on. Your little ones will even love the "tot lot". Please keep your dog on a leash at all times, and do not feed the ducks. Stop by and check in with either of the two vets in Rural Hall for tips to make your trip more dog-friendly. 

If you are looking for something more adventurous, you could try out a new activity at the Rural Hall Disc Golf Course. Bring your pup along and let him help you to chase your frisbees!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rural Hall

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    Population Density 382/sq mi

    #1 Industrial Park

    Horizon Park is just the place you are looking for to spend the day. You will find beautiful trails with footbridges that lay in the shade waiting to be enjoyed. There is also a dog park that is simply the place to take your dog to play. The whole area is fenced in and you can let your pup off his leash to just run. There are pup watering stations and cleaning stations for your convenience. You can enjoy watching your dog play from the benches while you chat with other pet owners. Grab Fido's favorite toy and head on down to enjoy a pawesome day at the dog park!
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    Population Density 43/sq mi

    #2 Hanging Rock

    Grab your pup's leash and come and create your own path at Hanging Rock State Park. This park is about seventeen miles from Rural Hall, but the short drive is well worth it. You will find many different levels of trails here. When you reach the summit, you will find views that will take your breath away. You and your pup can even splash through the waterfalls when you get too hot! There are no water fountains, so please bring your own water. This quiet, serene park is the perfect place to unplug and take a digital detox for a few hours with your best fur-iend by your side.
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    Population Density 1,346/sq mi

    #3 Burke

    If you want an adult's night out, but you still want to spend time with your dog, then you need to come on over to Old Winston Social Club. This is an adults only bar that allows dogs if they remain on leash. The best part? It's just twelve miles from Rural Hall. You will find that they do not serve food and do not allow you to bring food, but you can always grab a pizza from across the street. There are plenty of things to do while you sip, including darts! This activity might not be so good for dogs that aren't fond of crowds or noise, though.
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    Population Density 44/sq mi

    #4 Downtown

    Hankering for a bite to eat after hiking at the state park? Head over to the Green Heron Ale House in Danbury, just 2 miles from the state park's entrance. Their bar specializes in hard cider and wine, but offers a full range of your favorite craft beers, too. You will need to keep your pup on his leash while you are here. You should carry some water and a water dish for your pet while you are out on the trails at the state park. The alehouse often hosts live music, so be sure to check the website to see what's on. Your pal will need to be on his best behavior here, especially if he expects to get a bite of your meal!
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    Population Density 1,201/sq mi

    #5 Broad Street

    If you are looking for a dog park that is close to home, then you should check out Washington Dog Park. It is less than fifteen miles from Rural Hall. This is a very busy dog park, which means that your dog will have plenty of opportunities to have social interaction! They do have a smaller space set up if your pup is shy. Don't worry about water or waste while you are visiting; they have water fountains and poop bags for you and your dog to use. You both may make a great new friend or two while getting some fresh air.
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