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Dog Areas in Catawba

1 Park
1 Trail
1 Shop
3 Eateries
1 Groomer

Catawba, South Carolina is Native American Country. The Indians fought the English for it until the early 1900s. The soil was once perfect for farmland, but then the red clay that lies under it become its downfall. It leads to the soil being washed away with each planting. Eventually, the English turned to the Native Americans and they began to trade so that they could thrive side by side. The Native American culture is still very strong in the area. You can see it in the architecture all through the city. 

While you are here, you should visit Landsford Canal State Park. It is perfect for learning the history because it is the original canal system, and you can even take a canoe down this same system today. You will love how the park is perfectly set up to enjoy a picnic with the family. It is a great place to spend the day and enjoy the beauty of nature. 

Just sixteen miles from Catawba is Fountain Park. It is worth the trip while you are visiting because it was designed by the students of the area. The fountains shoot up sixteen feet. They are beautifully designed and so perfectly beautiful. It is very much worth the quick drive. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Catawba

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,378/sq mi

    #1 New Gray Rock Road

    Central Bark is a dog park that is about fifteen minutes from you. You will enjoy meeting other pet parents while your dog plays with fur friends. This is a members-only dog park. Membership is to ensure that all the dogs that come and play have their shots and are not aggressive. It is a small dog park. They do not provide water or cleaning stations, so you will need to bring your own supplies. For a quiet spot to just play, this is the place to come. It is perfect for getting away and has plenty of shady spots to sit and read a good book in.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,491/sq mi

    #2 Pineville-Mattews

    The William Davies Dog Park, located just 25 miles from Catawba, is wonderfully set up. You can choose to walk the trails with your dog while she is on her leash, or you can let her off of her leash and let her play in the fenced-in area. The park provides drinking water and cleaning stations. All you need to do is come and sit while your dog plays! There is plenty of room to run and play, but there are also lots of toys to play with as well, so don't worry if you forget your pal's favorite ball.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,491/sq mi

    #3 Colony Road

    Hankering for a bite to eat, but don't want to leave your best fur-iend at home? The Lodge is a great place to grab a burger. You can get a classic burger loaded all the way with toppings. Or, you could grab a something completely new and add a little bit of spice. All of the outdoor tables are fur-friendly. You can almost always catch a game on the big screen here, making it the perfect place to grab a beer and relax. It is about a thirty-minute drive, but it is well worth it because it is the perfect place to meet up with friends and bring your dog along with you on your adventure!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,717/sq mi

    #4 Providence Road

    Hickory Tavern is another option for you while you are in Charlottesville, about thirty miles from Catawba. The patio is perfect no matter what the weather is because there are large fans in the summer and heaters in the winter. Your dog can join you anytime that you want to. The fare is your choice of classics, from tacos to burgers and everything in between. Meet your friends here for drinks while you catch the score or stay and cheer with the crowd for the entire game. There is always a sense of excitement no matter what team is playing.
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  5. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 4,350/sq mi

    #5 McAlpine Creek

    Fetching Meadows is a two-acre dog park that is completely fenced in, making it the pawfect place to let your dog off of her leash so she can run and play. It is a public park that has lots of regulars. You are sure to find new pet parents to bond with and talk to here! Your pet is going to love that she has so much to room to run and chase her fur friends. Water and all the necessary supplies for cleaning up after your pal are available here. All you need to bring is some energy to burn and your BFF's favorite toy!
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