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Dog Areas in Troy, NC

6 Parks
3 Trails
1 Shop
5 Groomers

The quaint Town of Troy in North Carolina offers you and your pup the vibrancy of a big city, but the charm of a small town. Nestled on the edge of the beautiful Uwharrie region, Troy welcomes visitors from all over to explore its ramparts to become part of the town's excellent quality of life. There is one woofderful vet located in Troy, so no need to worry about access to health care for your pooch.

Just beyond Troy lies the enormous 51,000-acre Uwharrie National Forest. A trip to Troy without a visit to the Uwharrie National Forest would be a crime, so make sure to leash up your doggo and take a day or weekend trip here! The Uwharrie National Forest offers a wild range of activities, such as biking, hiking, camping, fishing, swimming, and more. Enjoy one of the expansive hikes with your pup, or go for a swim in the park's sandy beach area located on the northern shore. 

While in Troy, take advantage of the pawlethora of pup-friendly trails. Denson's Creek Trail is a moderate 2.2-mile trail which connects the Town of Troy to the Uwharrie National Forest. Another trail not to miss is the Badin Lake Hiking Trail which expands 5.6 miles and features a lakeside loop trail that connects several of Uwharrie's campgrounds.

Get a woof of fresh air with your pup and visit the remarkable Town of Troy today! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Troy, NC

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    Population Density 2,864/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Troy


    Downtown Troy is a quaint yet vibrant neighborhood not to be missed. In addition to its small-town, historic atmosphere, the Downtown neighborhood offers two shady escapes for pups and their owners. Blair Park is the pawfect location to rest your paws and enjoy the freshness of a shady patch of grass with your pooch. Enjoy a snack and watch the kiddos play on the swings and seesaws. Downtown also hosts the local Capel Park, which is primarily used for its two little league fields. Here you and Fido can enjoy a thrilling game of softball or baseball while you snack on concession food or enjoy a quick picnic. 

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    Population Density 1,029/sq mi

    #2 Central Northeast Troy

    In Troy's Central Northeast neighborhood lies the woofderful Lowe Warner Memorial Park. Visit here with Fido for a pleasant day out exploring the town. Enjoy a variety of park features with your pooch. There's baseball/softball, a kid's playground, sand volleyball, a horseshoe pit, disc golf course, and more! Take part in one of the many outdoor sports or enjoy walking or running side-by-side with Fido on the park's fitness trail. Lowe W. Park also has a sheltered picnic area for family and furiends to enjoy an afternoon grill-out in the park. Pack a day bag and come out to enjoy one of Troy's largest parks!

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    Population Density 306/sq mi

    #3 East Troy

    The East Troy neighborhood is packed full of adventure, so make sure to lace up your shoes and leash up your pup for a furrific day out exploring Troy's Nature Trail. This clean and well-maintained greenway connects from East Troy to the Roy J. Maness Nature Preserve, about 6 miles long. The Troy Nature Trail also serves as the trailhead and as the river and boat access to Little River. Whether on paw or in a boat, you and Fido can enjoy the breathtaking sites of the Town of Troy with a visit to the Troy Natural Trail! Keep your pup leashed while hiking and exploring the trail.
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    Population Density 819/sq mi

    #4 Northeast Troy

    Troy's Northeast neighborhood features one of Troy's best-kept secrets, the Roy J. Maness Nature Preserve! This wooftacular Nature Preserve can be accessed by car, bike, or on foot via the Troy Nature Trail (which is ruffly 6 miles long). The Preserve features camping, fishing, picnic and shelter areas, plus over 6+ miles of hiking trails. It marks the northernmost point of Troy's greenway, although the town will continue to add on in the years to come. Leash up your pup and enjoy exploring the many trails at the Roy J. Maness Nature Preserve. There's no shortage of hikes you can do with your pup while in Troy!
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    Population Density 14/sq mi

    #5 Northwest Troy

    Woofing for pup-friendly camping options in the area? Then visit the Northwest Troy neighborhood where canines and campgrounds go paw in paw. First, there's the Badin Lake Campground which is nestled between the shores of the lake and the edge of the forest. It attracts visitors and four-legged friends with its many outdoor activities, spacious campsites for both RV and tent campers, and more! Pups who love fishing and swimming will love Badin Lake Campground. Next is the Canebrake Horse Camp which welcomes travelers to enjoy its peaceful grounds and over 40 miles of hiking and horseback riding trails. It primarily houses equestrian camping, but also heartedly welcomes visitors without horses. Either location will fill you and your pooch with joy!
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