All dog owners know that their “tail wagging buddies” want to run around off-leash and have fun outdoors with other dogs. Our canine comrades need exercise and opportunities to be social the same as we do, so give your pooch an event to look forward to as often as you can. Take them to one of Atlanta’s great dog parks near you as often as you can.
Great Place to Live
Living in Atlanta is such a wonderful thing for many reasons. Our metropolitan “city in the forest” always has something happening or available to enjoy year round. This includes several well-maintained dog parks located Intown and also around the metro Atlanta area. Of course, not every park offers the same dog-friendly freedoms as the next, but there are more than a few to consider and the proximity of them to your home is certainly something for dog-loving homebuyers to consider.
Below is a list of Atlanta’s various off-leash dog parks and quick links to our communities located nearby with new homes available. If you’re moving into a new Atlanta home this year we want you to come and see the neighborhoods we’re building.
Dog Parks near West Midtown New Homes
Piedmont Park Dog Park – Midtown
This is a very popular dog park for Atlanta dogs living in Midtown, West Midtown, the Highlands, and other Intown neighborhoods just a few minutes away. This is an off-leash park offering nearly three acres where dogs big & small can run free and have fun with their friends.
Atlantic Station Dog Park – West Midtown
This little dog park in West Midtown is best for smaller canines. A spot that’s locally known as the location where pampered pooches mingle together, among the shopping, dining, and residential condo dwellings of Atlantic Station. There are often special events in this area so be aware if your furry little friend dislikes big crowds.
Dog Parks near East Atlanta New Homes
ParkGrounds – Intown Atlanta
This Intown location near East Atlanta, Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown, and Kirkwood is a coffee shop/ dog park. Enjoy something to eat and drink while your pup has fun running around with other dogs in attendance. They even serve alcohol at this unique Atlanta business. Always enjoy responsibly.
Oakhurst Dog Park – Decatur GA
Right next to the Boys and Girls Club, the park features almost two acres of open and wooded land. More dirt than grass so remember and plan ahead to clean off those paws afterward. They have a water fountain, clean-up station, and tables & benches in shady spots.
Available homes nearby in our East Atlanta community: Glenaire
Dog Parks near New Homes in Norcross
Pinckneyville Dog Park – Norcross GA
Here you’ll find a fenced in, off-leash dog park offering a separate smaller dog area, plus running water for thirsty pets.
Graves Dog Park – Norcross GA
This popular grassy, dog run in Graves Park is approximately 2 acres in size, with separate fenced areas for big and small dogs. Offers drinking water, plus seating benches for owners.
Chattapoochee Dog Park – Duluth GA
This large area dog park is located in Duluth, near Norcross will include a one-acre dog park for small dogs with an interactive fountain and a two-acre large dog park with an interactive fountain, seating areas, dog agility equipment, and green space.
Available homes nearby in our one-of-a-kind community: Adams Vineyard
Dog Parks near New Homes in Marietta
Lewis Dog Park – North Marietta GA
Located behind the baseball fields in Lewis Park. This simple, convenient doggie domain offers less than an acre sized fenced-in area with benches, drinking water stations and shady spots. Does not have a separate area for smaller dogs.
Sweat Mountain/ East Cobb Dog Park – Northeast Marietta GA
This is a completely fenced-in, two-acre dog park with separate areas for small and large dogs. Full of shady spots, doggy water fountains, clean-up stations, plus picnic tables and benches for owners to enjoy while their dogs play. There’s also a children’s playground close by and also a picnic shelter area as well.
Dog Park near New Homes in Woodstock
This is the dog park in Woodstock. It’s well maintained and kept clean by responsible owners. The ground cover is soft wood chips which are easy on paws compared to hard ground. Featuring two fenced-in sections for small and large dogs, with some shade structures, water fountains, bench seating, and public restrooms for owners.
Available homes nearby in our Cherokee County community: Oakhurst
Questions and Contact
If you have any questions about the homes we currently have available, then we hope you’ll contact us, or if you want to know more about the homes we’re pre-selling in various locations then we’re happy to help answer your questions. Start your own traditions in a new Brock Built Atlanta home.