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Dog Areas in Wendell

A town in Wake County, North Carolina, Wendell is known to locals and visitors for its small-town charm, in spite of the population not being all that small. It’s not as busy as the nearby city of Raleigh by any means; in fact, it can be something of a welcome reprieve from the bustling technology hub. It’s easy to see why people would flock to the area, especially dog lovers of all sorts. 

While Wendell itself doesn’t have many attractions of its own, its proximity to Raleigh and other big cities in North Carolina make it a must-see location for a doggy day trip. So whether you’re just visiting, or if you’re there long term, it’s always good to know the slices of doggy paradise in the area. One such location, smack dab in the middle of Raleigh, is Oakwood Dog Park. An expansive space which features an area for dogs of all sizes, as well a separate section for small or frail dogs, your pup is sure to fit in with the friendly faces in this park -- be they man or beast! Water is provided, though you will need to clean up any messes that your pup may make!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wendell

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    Population Density 46/sq mi

    #1 Umstead

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    If your pup is the adventurous sort, and you’re already in the Raleigh area, it’s worth making a stop in the neighborhood of Umstead. This is where you’ll find Sal’s Branch Trail within William B. Umstead State Park. With a dog-friendly hiking trail around 2.7 miles in length, you and your leashed companion will be sure to enjoy the sights and sounds that Sal’s Branch has to offer. Rated as moderately difficult, it will be a welcome challenge for newbies, or a relaxing stroll if you’re a serious hiker. Either way, bring plenty of waste bags and water to hydrate you both!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,282/sq mi

    #2 Pineywood Townes

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    To run off a bit of excess energy, there’s nothing better than a good game of frisbee catch. In Pineywood Townes, a neighborhood in Durham, there’s a dog park with a whole section dedicated just to frisbee catch! At Piney Wood Dog Park, your dog will have plenty of space to romp and play. If you’re not feeling the interactive aspects of frisbee tossing, allow your dog in one of the other two fenced areas -- one is for large dogs, and the other is for small, frail, or elderly pups. There are plenty of places to sit, and water is provided.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 583/sq mi

    #3 Ramblewood

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    If your pup is nervous about getting off their leash, or if their voice command isn’t so great, never fear! Make your way to Ramblewood, a beautiful neighborhood in Apex. Ramblewood is home to Apex Community Park, which houses hiking trails as well as playgrounds and plenty of woodlands to explore. Your pup pal will need to remain on their leash at all times, but that won’t stop you from having a good time! Just be sure to bring some clean drinking water and waste bags. Trash cans are evenly dispersed through the park, so disposal won’t be a problem.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 11,831/sq mi

    #4 Cameron Park

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    Want to pick up a few souvenirs from your trip? Or maybe you’re just looking for that perfect accent piece for puppy’s room, and want your furry friend to offer their valued opinion? In Cameron Park, a neighborhood in Raleigh, you’ll find the Cheshire Cat Gallery, which houses a little bit of everything. Your dog is welcome to join you inside the store and choose from a number of items, including both vintage and modern furniture, as well as specialty pet items and even little knick-knacks to liven up your home or give as gifts. You’re sure to find something to take home!
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    Population Density 2,826/sq mi

    #5 Grove Park

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    After a long day of enjoying the sights with man’s best friend, there’s no better way to unwind than sampling a selection of delicious brews -- of the alcoholic sort, of course. Make your way to Grove Park, where you’ll find Raleigh Brewing Company. There are a number of craft brews here, from porter to stout, and although they do not serve food within the brewery, there are usually a number of food trucks on-site. Well-behaved and leashed dogs are allowed both inside and outside, so grab yourself a drink and settle down with your pup and some new pals!
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