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Dog Areas in Stanfield

The town of Stanfield, North Carolina is located in Stanly County, and you know what that means. Only people named Stan or Stanley can live there! Just kidding, of course. Stanfield was founded in 1912, upon the completion of the railroad tracks linking Raleigh and Charlotte. The state needed somewhere official between the two cities, and thus Stanfield was born!

Today, Stanfield is still a small town, but it does now have a post office! There aren’t many dog-friendly options in Stanfield. None of the restaurants are dog-friendly, and there isn’t a dog park. Don’t fret just yet, though. Charlotte is about 30 miles away from Stanfield, so if you don’t mind a short drive, you shouldn’t write the town off. Concord is also nearby, which offers some more options. There are a few veterinarian clinics in the immediate area, so if you need care for a sick or injured pup, you won’t have to go very far to find help. Stanfield is a beautiful small town with a rich history, and if you don’t mind a short drive, it can also be a great place to start a life with your canine companion!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stanfield

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    Population Density 196/sq mi

    #1 Morrow Mountain


    Albemarle is about 17 miles from Stanfield, and if you and your dog enjoy hiking, you have to visit the town’s Morrow Mountain State Park! The park has over 15 miles of hiking trails winding throughout it, so you and Fido definitely won’t run out of room to roam. There are two picnic shelters in the park, so you can also bring along a picnic; we’re sure Fido wouldn’t mind. You’ll need to keep your pup on his leash at all times, and that’s mostly for his safety; wildlife is frequently spotted in the park. Bring plenty of water and some comfortable shoes. You’ll need them!

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    Population Density 4,350/sq mi

    #2 Sardis Woods


    Charlotte’s Fetching Meadow at McAlpine Creek Park is a nearby dog park that’s sure to be pawsitively fun for Fido. This one-acre dog park allows your dog to enjoy some playtime off his leash. Whether he’s making new friends with other dogs in the park or digging in the dirt, your dog will howl his appreciation for you driving him over. Fetching Meadow is about 20 minutes away from Stanfield. Waste bags and water aren’t provided, so make sure to bring some from home. No one wants to clean up after someone else’s pup!

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    Population Density 3,893/sq mi

    #3 Whispering Oaks


    Whispering Oaks, a neighborhood in Charlotte, is about 20 miles away from Stanfield. Barkingham Park, located in Reedy Creek Park, is just a skip and a hop from this residential area. This off-leash dog park has two separate sections to ensure safe play amongst all the dogs. Barkingham has mostly dirt on the surface, so if it’s been raining, this dog park becomes very muddy. We’re sure Fido won’t mind if you don’t, but make sure to bring along a towel. You’ll also want to bring some water and waste bags, just in case the park has run out. What are you waiting for?

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    Population Density 807/sq mi

    #4 Concord Mills


    Concord Mills is home to Concord Bark Park, and as the name implies, this is another dog park that will have your pooch panting in excitement! This dog park has two separate sections: one for small dogs and one for large dogs. This allows your dog to play it safe while making plenty of pawesome new friends. Concord Bark Park does have water fountains for your dog, so you won’t need to bring any water from home. You will, however, want to bring along some poop-scooping bags. We’re sure the other dogs and dog owners will appreciate it!

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    Population Density 3,196/sq mi

    #5 Elizabeth


    If you’re looking for places to eat with Fido, consider driving over to Charlotte’s Elizabeth neighborhood. This neighborhood is about 45 minutes away from Stanfield, but there are a handful of dog-friendly dining options. Hawthorne’s NY Pizza and Bar serves up mouthwatering pizza, pasta, and wings. It’s a furrific choice! Sabor Latin Street Grill is a great option for vegetarians and vegans, but don't pass it over if meat is more your thing. The grill always has something delicious cooking! Both restaurants allow dogs on the patio, but not inside. Will you be able to resist sharing your grub with your pooch?

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