If your pup is of the smaller sort, not to worry! There is one play space designed with the needs of the small, elderly, and shy in mind. Your doggo a bit of a bruiser? Carolina Pines Community Dog Park has a large fenced area specifically for pooches who like to play hard and run fast! The third enclosed space is reserved for training purposes. Periodically, the Wake County SPCA offers on-site classes for pooches looking to learn some new skills after their pawrific play time at the park. For the schedule of current classes, you will need to contact the Wake County SPCA.
Though off-leash play is warmly welcomed at Carolina Pines Community Dog Park, you'll still need to keep a leash on you at all times. Don't forget to have Fido on a lead when coming back and forth from your car as well as in all areas of the family-centric Carolina Pines Park.
This pawsitively awesome park is very well-shaded and is lined with benches where you can kick back and breathe in the wooftastically fresh air while your pooch shows off their best moves for their furry furiends. Water is provided, but you will need to bring cleanup bags with you from home.
As with other Raleigh dog parks, Carolina Pines Community Dog Park has some expectations of doggoes and their families enjoying their play areas. Dogs aged four months or older must be vaccinated for rabies. They are required to bear a tag as proof of immunization on their collar at all times. In addition to this, choke, prong, pinch, and spike collars are not permitted on the grounds. Food is also prohibited in the play spaces.
Bring Fido and the fam to visit Carolina Pines Community Dog Park! It's barking great spot to spend the day!