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Dog Areas in Stallings

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Stallings is a dual-county town in North Carolina with a population of more than 15,000 people. The town sits in both Mecklenburg and Union Counties, and there are several programs in Stallings dedicated to preserving the town's natural beauty, as well as that of the surrounding areas in North Carolina. In additions to farms, vineyards, and other recreational centers in town, there are spacious parks where you can take your pooch for an on-leash walk. There may not be an off-leash dog park directly in Stallings, but there are several that are just a short drive away!

One nearby off-leash park is just fifteen minutes east of Stallings in southern Charlotte, North Carolina. The Davie Dog Park is a five-acre dog park within William R. Davie District Park, and it has a section for dogs under 20 pounds, as well as a section for bigger dogs. There are also bathing stations and pools for dogs within the park, so your dog will always be cool and clean. If you forget drinking water or doggy bags for your dog, the park has them, too! The other 102 acres of William R. Davie Park has activities like playgrounds, walking trails, sports fields, picnic shelters, and a pond. 

Once you've crossed this park off of your list, it's time to visit all of the other great dog parks near Stallings!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stallings

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    Population Density 2,994/sq mi

    #1 Whispering Oaks

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    The neighborhood of Whispering Oaks is just over 20 minutes from Stallings in northeastern Charlotte. Right near this area is Reedy Creek Park, a 146-acre park with sports fields, disc golf courses, fishing facilities, playgrounds, and even its own four-acre dog park called Barkingham Park. This dog park includes a small dog area, and part of the general park is a wooded area, while the rest is an open grassy field. There are water stations and doggy waste clean-up tools in the park, and just adjacent to the dog park there are ten miles of hiking trails at the Reedy Creek Nature Preserve.
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    Population Density 2,252/sq mi

    #2 Stonehaven

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    Stonehaven is a community in southeast Charlotte that's only a ten-minute drive from Stallings. The southeastern tip of Stonehaven is home to Ray's Fetching Meadow at McAlpine Creek Park. This one-acre dog park is part of a 114-acre public park with a fishing pier, a walking trail, a biking trail, a three-acre lake, and plenty of other fun amenities. The dog park is just one general area and isn't separated for small and large dogs, so if you have a little dog who fancies themselves a big dog or vice versa, they'll be thrilled! There are water spigots at the park, along with seating, shade, and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 2,790/sq mi

    #3 Wesley Heights

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    Wesley Heights is a community that's just west of Uptown Charlotte, and it takes about 25 minutes to get there from Stallings. It's also where the Frazier Dog Park is located, and you'll definitely want to add it to your "must-visit" list. Frazier Dog Park is a 1.3-acre space that has separate runs for big and small dogs, and both sides have drinking water for dogs and seating for their humans. The large dog area has kiddie pools so your dog can splash around on hot days, and there are various toys throughout the park, too. Like all Charlotte dog parks, children must be over the age of 12 to enter.
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    Population Density 1,719/sq mi

    #4 Mountain Island

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    Shuffletown Park is 23 miles directly northwest of Stallings in the Mountain Island neighborhood of northwest Charlotte. Shuffletown Park has soccer fields, a playground, volleyball courts, and even its own four-acre dog park! The Shuffletown Dog Park has separate big and small dog sections, and a big part of the park is wooded, which provides much-needed shade on hot days. The dog park is also stocked with doggy bags, seating, and paths for walking. There's access to drinking water for your pup at Shuffletown Park, but be sure to bring your own bowl! If you'd like to take your dog for a leashed walk, there is also a walking trail at Shuffletown Park.
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    Population Density 1,446/sq mi

    #5 Southeast Tega Cay

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    The Central Bark Dog Park in Tega Cay, South Carolina is a half-hour drive from Stallings, and this pawesome dog park is worth every minute of the drive! This dog park isn't particularly spacious, but there is more than enough room for your pooch to have a great time. The dog park isn't divided into big and small dog sections, and the whole space is about 6,000 square feet. The benches and trees in the park make it a comfortable experience for humans, and there are clean-up stations, too. To visit this dog park, you'll need to register and purchase a pass to get the access code.
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