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Dog Areas in Spencer, NC

3 Parks
1 Eatery

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!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Spencer, NC

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    Population Density 1,518/sq mi

    #1 Spencer

    Spencer's main neighborhood of Spencer gives you and Fido the oppawtunity to fill up your bellies with scrumptious food over at the Pinocchio's Restaurant! With a name like Pinocchio's, you and Fido are bound to enjoy a heaping plate of Italian cuisine! Steamy soup, melty pizza, tongue-twisting pasta, and more are up for grabs at Pinocchio's. Come and grab a seat outside on the pup-friendly patio to enjoy a meal side by side. Take note that outdoor seating begins in April, and is open every day of the week except on Sunday. Pinocchio's is only available in Spencer, so wag to this neighborhood for a barking good meal. Très bon appétit!
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    Population Density 1,612/sq mi

    #2 Salisbury City Park

    Spencer is nestled just on the outskirts of its bigger neighbor, the city of Salisbury. Hop in the car with Fido and take a short drive to the Salisbury City Park neighborhood to enjoy  Hurley Park and Salisbury City Park with your pooch! Hurley Park is a woofing 18-acre park which is primarily characterized by the beautiful composition of gardens, flowers, streams, woodlands, wooden bridges, and more. Leash up Fido and go for a stroll on one of its quiet walkways. Salisbury City Park is the neighborhood's largest park, feauturing over 40 acres of land. It hosts play equipment, a recreation center, tennis courts, picnic shelters, a 3-acre lake, and more! Both parks offer a fun-filled day in the Salisbury City Park neighborhood!
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    Population Density 2,762/sq mi

    #3 NOMA North Main

    Feeling hungry? How 'bout your pup? Head to the NOMA North Main neighborhood in Salisbury to curve the cravings with a tasty meal at the local Richard's BBQ restaurant. Rich's BBQ is a North Carolinian classic, offering traditional pulled-pork sandwiches served with a side of hush puppies, cole slaw, barbecue beans, and more! Rich's welcomes all visitors and travelers, whether two-legged and especially four-legged, to join in on the fun out on the patio. This outdoor seating area is pup-friendly, so don't worry about Fido tagging along! Whether for a quick bite or a lengthy evening with family and furiends, Richard's BBQ is a furtastic place to dine!
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    Population Density 3,164/sq mi

    #4 Belmont

    Belmont is a beautiful neighborhood in Salisbury. Visit here with Fido to enjoy the West End Community Park & Garden and the Kelsey Scott Park. The first is a gorgeous garden park in Salisbury, known for its nature-filled atmosphere with streams, flower beds, trees, and more. Reflect on life in this clean, well-maintained garden park as you take a walk with Fido. If you're woofing for a bit more activity, then head to the Kelsey Scott Park, where you and your pooch are welcome to play, eat, nap, and more! This park features a playground, basketball courts, a softball field, a picnic area with tables and grills, and a disc golf course!
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    Population Density 2,101/sq mi

    #5 Meadowbrook

    The Meadowbrook neighborhood in Salisbury will keep you and Fido on your paw tips as you explore the Foil Tatum Park. Although it might be smaller in size, the Foil Tatum Park is not short of character and charm. Pet owners love to come to this quaint and quiet park with their pups. Whether to just lounge about on a shady bench or get active and play a round of "Go Fetch," this park is a safe and ideal location to meander with your pup. The park and its dirt trail also makes the Foil Tatum Park the pawfect place to go jogging or bike riding with Fido!
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