Dog Friendly Activities in Wesley Chapel, NC

There are 62 dog friendly activities within 20 miles of Wesley Chapel. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Wesley Chapel.

Pet Friendly William Davies Park
William Davies Park William Davies Park provides plenty of space for your pup to run off leash and features separate areas for small and large dogs, seating areas, and trees for shade. The park has two sides to it. One side is for small dogs from 20lbs on down, and the other is for big dogs fro 20lbs on up. Nice fenced in area plenty of water, running room, and toys. The parents also have a place to sit and watch their fur-children run wild. There plenty of trees around for some nice shade. See Details
Pet Friendly Barkingham Park at Reedy Creek Park
Barkingham Park at Reedy Creek Park This off-leash dog park is loved by both owners and dogs. It's a great spot for dogs to play and run in Charlotte. See Details
History Walk of the Queen City 'History Walk of the Queen City' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Bliss. You and Fido will take a walking guided tour of Charlotte to discover how the city was originally designed by its founders. See Victorian homes, First Presbyterian Church, the US Mint Site, Settler’s Cemetery, 4th Ward Park and more. The experience lasts 1.5 hours and can accommodate up to 10 guests ages 10 and up. Rates start at $25 per person. See Details
Queen City Craft Beer Tasting 'Queen City Craft Beer Tasting' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Mandi. Hop flight with PudgyGirlNC Tours on a memory making experience, visiting up to 4 Charlotte breweries, enjoying delicious selections and exploring the unique taprooms. Your guide will take you through the insider tidbits on the beers, brewery perks and you'll get a historic rundown, too. The experience lasts 3 hours and can accommodate up to 6 guests ages 21 and up. Dogs must be comfortable in crowds and in vehicles. Rates start at $50 per person. See Details
Close up Magic and Craft Beer 'Close up Magic and Craft Beer' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Hayden. This is a chance to experience a unique and interactive style of close-up magic and mentalism in an intimate, personable environment. This experience takes place in one of two pet-friendly breweries. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 10 guests ages 18 and up. Guests should be comfortable in a brewery as well as open minded to new experiences. Rates start at $40 per person. See Details
Frazier Dog Park Dogs are allowed to play off-leash in a designated area of this park on Sycamore Street. See Details
U.S. National Whitewater Center The U.S. National Whitewater Center (USNWC), a non-profit outdoor center situated on 400 acres of woodlands along the Catawba River, is dedicated to promoting the active, outdoor lifestyle. Alongside mountain biking and running trails, a climbing center, zip-lines, flatwater kayaking, high rope courses, and a canopy tour, the facility's most unique feature is a multiple-channel, customized whitewater river for rafting and paddling enthusiasts of all abilities. Dogs are allowed on the grounds, outdoor restaurant, hiking trails (on-leash), kayaks, and stand-up paddle boards, but cannot join you on the zip line, ropes course, or whitewater rafts. Dogs are also welcome at special events like the Thursday River Jam with live music, Olympic trials, and family camping weekends. See Details
Fetching Meadow at McAlpine Creek Park Pets love to play off-leash in the designated area of this Charlotte public park. This park is a one-acre, fenced-in, off-leash area for dogs. See Details
Shuffletown Park Shuffletown Park has a 4-acre enclosure for large dogs and a smaller area for small dogs. The area is partially-wooded for shade. See Details
Charlotte Trolley Trail (Charlotte Trolley Rail-with-Trail) The Charlotte Trolley Trail (Charlotte Trolley Rail-with-Trail) is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Charlotte! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Charlotte Trolley Trail (Charlotte Trolley Rail-with-Trail). Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. See Details
Anne Springs Close Greenway Anne Springs Close Greenway allows leashed pets to join you on its miles of hiking trails. See Details
The Dog Bar The Dog Bar is Charlotte's one and only dog-friendly, off-leash bar, located in the historical North Davidson Street neighborhood, known as The Arts District or NODA. This unique concept was created and opened in 2005 by owner and operator, J.P. Brewer. Brewer also owns Club K-9 of Charlotte and Club K-9 of Pineville and is heavily involved with dog rescue and fundraising. See Details
Carolina History & Haunts Whether or not you believe in ghosts, please join us for a stroll through Charlotte's streets guided by the eerie glow of candlelight. Within 75 minutes, listen to the stories of local history and haunts as we bring you to the sites where some of uptown's departed inhabitants are said to still linger. If seeing is believing, come and see for yourself. Pets are welcome on the tour. See Details
Sleepy Poet Antique Mall Not just an antique mall, but so much more! With over 55,000 square feet, Sleepy Poet is a great place to spend an afternoon. Wander the aisles with your leashed four-legged family members, and don't worry we have snacks and fresh water for everyone! Large green area out front to stretch your legs too. See Details
​Reedy Creek Nature Center and Preserve Reedy Creek Park and Nature Preserve has 10 miles of trails offering hikers and nature enthusiasts the opportunity to explore a variety of terrains while enjoying scenic views of the small lakes, forests, fields, and streams. One of the most popular routes in the preserve leads to the ruins of the Robinson Rockhouse, built circa 1790. Dogs are welcome on preserve trails, but must remain on a 6-foot or shorter leash at all times. See Details
Mary Warner Mack Dog Park Located on the Anne Springs Close Greenway in Fort Mill, SC, the Mary Warner Mack Dog Park features over 12 acres of enclosed natural space for dogs of all sizes to play and socialize. Situated among a mature hardwood forest and young stand of longleaf pines, the park provides a unique setting for dog lovers to enjoy time with their pets and is dedicated in loving memory to the life of Mary Warner Mack. The Mary Warner Mack Dog park is open to dogs of all sizes and includes a designated area for small dogs, as well as a mile-long off-leash trail leading to lakefront access. Other park amenities include a dog washing station, hydration stations, dog waste collection stations, benches and more. Access is granted to dog park members only and park rules have been adopted for the protection of the dogs, handlers, visitors and Greenway property. The park is conveniently located at the Adventure Road Entrance on Springfield Parkway in Fort Mill and is open seven days a week. See Details
Historic Rosedale Plantation Tour the 13-room federal house. Discover plantation and village life by examining the lives of the Frew, Caldwell and Davidson families who occupied this antebellum plantation. The garden at this plantation depicts the type of garden popular before it became fashionable for gardens to bloom all year. The main walks are bordered by boxwood. While pets cannot go into the house itself, they are welcome to explore the gardens. See Details
At Home Fido can tag along as you shop in At Home, the home decor superstore. At Home sells furniture, rugs, kitchen and dining items, bedding, bath, storage, garden items and more. Dogs must be in a cart during their visit to the store. This location of At Home is open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 10pm and Sunday from 9am to 9pm. See Details
Happy Tails Tours Biltmore Estate Tour Leashed dogs are welcome to join you as you explore The Biltmore's grounds and gardens, over eight thousand acres, on Happy Tails Tours Biltmore Estate Tour. Transportation and entrance to the Biltmore property, a self-guided tour and access to the Chateau, and access to Antler Village with its wine tasting and outdoor restaurants are all included. Dogs are welcome anywhere on the grounds but are not allowed in the buildings. Happy Tails will handle dogs while their owners are on the tour of the Chateau. Dog owners should check out Happy Tails Tours official website for information on what to bring and to book. Tickets are $249. See Details
Pike Nurseries, Ballantyne Fido can join you at Pike Nurseries, Ballantyne as you shop for indoor and outdoor plants, and lifestyle and outdoor patio items. Dogs must be on a leash during their visit to the store. This location of Pike Nurseries is open Monday through Saturday from 8am to 8pm and Sunday from 9am to 7pm. See Details
Lucky Dog Bark and Brew - Steele Creek Lucky Dog Bark and Brew is a dog-friendly sports bar with a difference, they're also home to an indoor/outdoor dog park. They offer doggie daycare, overnight boarding, and baths. As they are a 21 and over facility, they only welcome furry children. On Tuesdays, you can pick any beer and give your dog a bath for $15. This service is first come, first serve and starts at 5pm. Bath prices on other days vary. Lucky Dog Bark and Brew is open Monday through Thursday from 7am to 11pm and Friday to Saturday from 7am to 12am. See Details
Dogwood Park Dogwood Park has a dog park that has separate areas for small and large dogs. The park is 22.5 acres and includes paved and unpaved trails, picnic/grill sites, handicapped accessible fishing pier , little free library, geo-caching, amphitheater, and portable restroom facilities. See Details
Lucky Dog Bark & Brew Charlotte Lucky Dog Bark and Brew is a dog-friendly sports bar with an indoor/outdoor dog park. It is a 21-and-up establishment, so they only welcome furry children. You can let your pooch run off leash safely while you socialize in a sports bar atmosphere. They also offer other amenities, such as dog bathing salon, doggie day care and overnight boarding. See Details
Happy Tails Tours - The Hound - Asheville 2 Day Tour Bring Fido on a Happy Tails Tours, The Hound - Asheville 2 Day Tour. Happy Tails states that Asheville is "considered one of America’s most dog-friendly areas, with a great old downtown with many outdoor restaurants, breweries, bars and historic neighborhoods, as well as the French Broad River with a variety of water activities to enjoy." The tour group stays at one of Asheville's premier dog-friendly lodges and spends time in the city and on the trails. Transportation, lodging, and some meals are included. Dog owners can check out Happy Tails Tours official website for information on what to bring and to book. Tickets are $659. See Details