The small puptown of Spencer, North Carolina boasts tree-lined sidewalks, small-town charm, a community-centered atmosphere, and a general love for nature and our furry friends. Spencer is rich in history and is the official site of the North Carolina Transportation Museum. Although Spencer doesn't have any vets in town, there are several located just a few minutes drive away in Salisbury.
Spencer is a small town with a single town park--the Spencer Park! Although it is small, the park offers a huge amount of fun! You can enjoy watching a game of little league softball/baseball, or come and have a family cookout over at the park's picnic area. The Spencer Park is clean and well-maintained, and pup owners are encouraged to keep it that way by picking up after any pooch waste!
If you're looking for a wilder outdoor activity to enjoy, Spencer has that too! This puptown boasts the furrific Fred and Alice Stanback Educational Forest and Nature Preserve, a 52-acre park with a natural small pond and floating dock, wooden picnic shelters, and over 2.5 miles of woofderful pup-friendly trails. Get exploring with Fido on-leash!
Spencer is a sweet North Carolinian town dipped in sugar and served with a side of sweet tea. Come discover this barktastic puptown today!