Spend The Day With Man’s Best Friend

After a long week, or even a REALLY long day, there’s nothing you want more than to unwind, recharge your batteries and maybe enjoy a little unconditional love.

No one and nothing can show you love like man’s best friend.

So, what are you waiting for? Grab that leash, lace up some walking shoes, grab some tennis balls or a frisbee, and take yourself and your dog to one of metro Atlanta’s fabulous dog parks!

Piedmont Dog Park

Rover will really enjoy the following features of Piedmont Parks dedicated for dogs area:

  • a nearly 3-acre dog run
  • separate enclosures for large and small dogs
  • new trails and landscaping
  • benches and restrooms for loyal owners

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Renaissance Dog Park

Spot will enjoy stretching his legs when you visit this first dog park in the Old Fourth Ward district. Located along Piedmont Avenue & Renaissance Parkway, the park boasts both big & small dog areas.

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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport Dog Park

Traveling with your dog, by plane? Want to make sure Fido’s tuckered out so he can sleep through part or all of the journey. Well isn’t it great that the Atlanta airport had you in mind when they created their dog park?

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Freedom Barkway

After you get done chuckling at the clever name, you’ll want to check out this bark park. The Old Fourth Ward Freedom Barkway Corporation created an off-leash dog park on an under-utilized 2 acre green space in the Old Fourth Ward that is now part of the Atlanta Public Parks network.

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Looking for something closer to your neck of the woods? Check out these resources:

Unleash The Hounds

Take Your Dog To These Atlanta Area Dog Parks

If you’re looking for a little more exercise for you and your furry friend …

You might want to check out these dog friendly hiking/walking trails:

Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area: Your leashed dog will love walking with you through this beautiful recreation area with woods and river.

Trolley Line Trail: Previously an unused railroad corridor, this “rail-trail” is now a great place to walk Fido in Atlanta!

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