Off-Leash Dog Parks in Reidsville, NC

There’s 1 off-leash dog park in Reidsville, and 6 more nearby. 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 Reidsville.

Pet Friendly Love's Travel Stop
Love's Travel Stop Love's Travel Stop in Reidsville, NC, is a dog-friendly gas station and rest area. Across America, you'll find Love's Travel Stops that offer facilities for traveling canines. This location has a fully-fenced dog park with a convenient waste station. See Details
Pet Friendly LeBauer Park
LeBauer Park LeBauer Park has pet enrichment activities and accommodates 30 small- to medium-sized dogs and their owners. See Details
K-9 Corner at Beth Schmidt Park In 2006, Elon opened Alamance County's first dog park. This one acre enclosed dog park is a place to bring canine friends, unleash them in this fenced area and let them run, play, and socialize with other dogs as the owner is nearby to observe the play. There is fresh water for the dogs and poop bag stations for easy access and use so humans can assure the area stays clean. Benches, and picnic tables are provided. You do not have to reside in Elon to use the K-9 Corner. Please have your pet current on all vaccinations and socialized. You may also bring your canine friend for an on-leash walk on the one-mile trail in Beth Schmidt Park. Please remember to pick up after your pet. See Details
Jiggs Askew Memorial Bark Park Before using Jiggs Askew Memorial Bark Park, you will need to register. The park has a small dog area and drinking water. See Details
Southwest Park Dog Park Your pet will love to roam free over the 2.5 fenced acres of this off-leash dog park, which includes separate sections for large and small dogs as well as fresh water and treats. Fees apply.
Use 3403 Wall Road, Greensboro for GPS purposes.
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Stephen M. Hussey BarkPark at Country Park Greensboro's first off-leash dog park was established March 2003 in honor and memory of Stephen M. Hussey, one of the BarkPark Fundraising Committee's founding members. The off-leash area is divided into 3 separate, air-lock gated areas. Open daily from sunrise to sunset.

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Paw Park Paw Park in Axton is pet-friendly. In honor of his late wife Jewel Spencer Marvin, Ed Marvin wanted to embark on a variety of projects that the whole community of Henry County, Virginia could enjoy. This desire, and the help of volunteers and local organizations, is how the Paw Park at Smith River Sports Complex came to life. The state’s first wild and natural dog park covers 2.5 wooded acres, contains a loop trail, tubes for dogs to climb through and has shady picnic tables dotted around. The code for the gate can be obtained with proof of vaccination from the local SPCA. See Details