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Dog Areas in Aiken

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The city of Aiken and the SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare have a partnership when it comes to the Aiken Dog Park. As a matter of convenience, or simply great city planning, the dog park is located right next to the SPCA and spans over two acres and is open during daylight hours. A membership is required to utilize this park. An individual membership (limited to two dogs) costs $40 per dog, and a family membership (must have at least three dogs) costs $100. As with most dog parks, any dogs who are visiting must have proof of rabies vaccination and be spayed/neutered.

Leash up your dog and grab some water and trail mix, because Cathedral Aisle Trail is calling your name! This trail is part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, which consists of 1,600 rail-trails. Hear the birds chirp, watch a squirrel scamper up a tree, and simply let the stresses of reality melt away while you and your pooch take in nature’s beauty.

Do you enjoy the great outdoors, but also prefer not to give up all your luxurious amenities (like A/C)? Does your pooch go with you everywhere you go? Then Aiken RV Park is the place for you! Rates start at $35 (not including the pet fee), and dogs are allowed as long as they’re on their leashes when outside and are cleaned up after.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Aiken

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    Population Density 3,835/sq mi

    #1 Whiskey Rd/ Berrie Rd


    Hitchcock Woods is a beautiful urban forest tucked away in the Whiskey Road/ Berrie Road neighborhood. This natural setting sprawls over 2,000 acres and is a pupperific spot to bring your furry friend. Since there are dozens of trails to choose from, local joggers, walkers, and equestrians flock to these woods. Dog walkers also use this space, so your dog will have the chance to socialize with some four legged friends. The trails spread through longleaf pine forests and are lined with a variety of shrubs, vines, ferns and herbs. Your canine companion can commune with nature while getting some much needed exercise.

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    Population Density 3,904/sq mi

    #2 Crosland Park

    If your pup is itching to get out, head over to the Aiken Dog Park. Let your canine buddy run wild in this off leash park. He’ll appreciate the chance to roam free while getting to know new four legged friends.  The park is split into three areas to provide the best experience possible for the furry patrons. One area is for large dogs, one is for small pups, and the third is a common area for both. There is also a wading pool for those pooches that want to splash and cool off. Registration is required, so stop by the Aiken SPCA. Make sure to register today, or you’ll have one sad puppy on your hands.
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    Population Density 4,997/sq mi

    #3 Boundary Ave/ Banks Mill Rd

    If your pup is a sports enthusiast, take a trip to Citizens Park in the Boundary Avenue/ Banks Mill Road neighborhood. This park has over a dozen ball fields, so chances are you’ll catch a game or two during baseball season. If walking or jogging is your pup’s style, get his heart rate going with some laps around the walking path. This park is a pupperific place for some exercise! Virginia Acres Park is also in the area, and offers tennis, racquetball and basketball courts along with its green space. Take a couple of turns around the walking track, then get your dog a big drink at the on site water fountains.
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    Population Density 6,997/sq mi

    #4 Hampton Ave/ Lauren St

    For some evening exercise, clip on your pup’s leash and check out Perry Memorial Park in the Hampton Avenue/ Lauren Street neighborhood. After lying around all day, your pal will thank you for the chance to get out and stretch her legs. Be aware that during school hours, Schofield Middle School has exclusive use of the park, but outside of those hours, everyone is welcome. Take advantage of the walking track to exercise your pooch. To switch up the scenery, head over to Eustis Park and stroll down the walking path.  No matter where you go, your pup will just be happy to be at your side.
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    Population Density 5,316/sq mi

    #5 City Center


    Aiken’s City Center is home to a couple pawsome canine shops. Stop by Bone-i-Fide Bakery and Grooming and pick up a decadent treat for your favorite four legged friend. Choose from delicacies like  Cheeze Twists, Blueberry Lovers or Cheddar Bacon Balls. This local barkery uses healthy ingredients to produce their high quality treats. Personalized birthday cakes are also available. For supplies, head over to the nearby Downtown Dog. Their shelves are stocked with everything your pooch needs. Check out their selection of toys, collars, leashes and natural food.  A trip to either of these stores will make your furry friend’s tail wag with delight!

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