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Graves Dog Park

Fido will enjoy playing off-leash at Graves Dog Park in Norcross, GA. This fenced dog park features separate areas for large and small dogs, grassy spaces, benches, small shade shelters, canine drinking water and agility equipment. Please note that dogs must be leashed within the larger Graves Park when they are outside of the dog park. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Graves Dog Park has received a rating of 3.9 out of 5 bones by 8 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Nicky
    Aug 23, 2021
    Loved it

    lots of friendly people they took responsibility for their dogs. Nice Walking trail too

  • Morgan
    Dec 23, 2020
    Great Pit Stop!

    Was pleasantly surprised to find this gorgeous park right of the highway! It even had restrooms for humans lol The dog park was really nice, and well kept. All the dogs played very well together. Was a great spot to stretch our legs and give the dog a break from the car to wrestle and sniff about. Will definitely be back.

  • Claire
    Dec 3, 2019
    Great Park!

    Great grassy areas and equipment. Really just missing some potty bags, but no biggie! All the dogs we met were various sizes and ages were all super sweet and playful with good attentive owners!

  • Katie
    More than a year ago
    Like the choices!

    Nice park that seemed to be well-kept. I like that there are multiple fenced in areas to choose from. Only bummer was that we forgot potty bags and every single pick-up station was empty. (But it’s not the park’s fault that I forgot ours in the first place). Will be visiting again!

  • Angel
    More than a year ago
    Great Park

    I love that it's 3 different sections. The Dog run is quite large and gives all the dogs the exercise they require. The 2 smaller sections: Large Dog & Small Dog, are equipped with benches, and water fountain for the humans and a little dog course sections as well as water fountains for the the pets.
    Shayanne loves it so much, she dances...which is funny. The track to get to the park seems to take a while, but it's a great walk for both you and your four legged friend and well worth it

  • Kendra
    More than a year ago
    Large, Dominant Breeds Welcome

    I have two little pit/rat terrier mixes, and one of them is pretty dominant, so I was hesitant to take them to a dog park, because Zelda is really controlling when she meets dogs that are smaller than her. But this park has several different runs, one for big dogs, one for little dogs, and one general area, I guess, so it's easy to avoid the dogs yours won't play nice with. When I went there were german shepherds and pit bulls, and terrier mixes, that all played really well with my two, which was great. Such a relief to find a place where they can run around and play a little rough without scaring anyone. And if you have a small dog, or a dog that doesn't like full-contact play with giants who don't know their own strength, there's other runs you can go to, all complete with benches and water fountains for you and the dog. I was really impressed, and will be going there often.

  • Jim
    More than a year ago
    Tough neighborhood...

    the park is nice but pitbulls and other aggressive dogs dominat the park. I was there today and ready to go into the large dog side and the person told me that his dog is aggressive. So i just tsayed away. I was there before when a person of little english had 2 pitbulls that would climb the 6' high fence into other parts of the park.

  • Champ
    More than a year ago
    It's worth the long walk

    We love this dog park...it has a huge general play area and then 2 separate areas for big dogs and little dogs. Everyone there seems to be nice and tolerant of all breeds. I think humans should just use some common sense sometimes...don't let your dog off the leash if you see a dog you don't like and vice versa if your dog is the type that doesn't get along well with others then be considerate and don't let them off the leash until they find a run that they seem to be happiest in. Pitbulls are alpha dogs, they have to be and will fight to be so if you see one and your dog is an alpha dog then don't go in that run. The walk seems to take forever, but my owner says its better that way because it allows us to burn off some of our extra excited energy before we get around other dogs. I don't know, I think its also a good time to use the potty so that we don't have to humiliate ourselves when we see our owner picking up the poo. LOL

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