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Camping with Pets

Hiking the Appalachian Trail with your mastiff, Max, or RV'ing across the country with your poodle, Polly - we all love our pets and want to find ways to share our passion for camping with them. We'll share stories of camping pets and tips for keeping your pets safe, comfortable, and happy - on the road and in the outdoors.

 

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Dog's Guide to Charlotte, NC

Pet friendly things to do in Charlotte, North Carolina

North Carolina is a beautiful state, with many attractions. Visitors can stop at the sites of important historical events, enjoy the fun cities and stunning outdoors. A visit to North Carolina is always better when you can bring along you pooch. Here are a few resources you can use to make your trip to North Carolina with your pet the best vacation ever.

Dog-Friendly Parks
Freedom Park - 1900 East Boulevard
Lower Little Sugar Creek Trail - 1900 East Boulevard
Mallard and Clark's Creek Greenway - 9801 Mallard Creek Road
McAlpine Creek Greenway - 8711 Monroe Road
Upper Little Sugar Creek Trail - 2100 North Davidson Street

Off-Leash Dog Parks
Barkingham Park - 2900 Rocky River Road
Barkingham Park Dog Park - Reedy Creek - 2900 Rocky River Road
Dog Park - 1201 W 4th Street Extension
Fetching Meadows Dog Park - McAlpine Park
Ray's Fetching Meadow - 8711 Monroe Road
William R. Davie District Park - 4635 Pineville-Matthews Road

Restaurants
Angry Ale's Neighborhood Bar & Grill - 1600 Montford Drive
Burgers & Bagels - 4327 Park Road Building 25
Burgers on East Blvd - 1531 East Blvd
Dog Bar NoDa - 3307 N Davidson Street
Fuel Pizza - 214 Tryon, 1501 Central Avenue
Fuel on the Green - 500 S College Street
Moe's Southwest Grill - 1500 East Blvd
Rudino's Pizza and Grinders - 2000 South Blvd
Smelly Cat Coffee House - 514 E 36th Street
Starbucks - 1401 East Blvd
Thomas Street Tavern - 1218 Thomas Ave
Wolfman Pizza - 8418 Park Rd