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

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

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