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Dog Parks in the CSRA

Dog Parks in the CSRA

Here at CSRA Kids we know that Fur-babies count as children too! It is wonderful to have a place your dog can run freely off leash and socialize. It is also a great opportunity to socialize with other fellow doggie parents! Getting your dog out for physical activity can help with behavioral problems as well as keeping your dog happy and healthy. Most importantly, dog parks are great for strengthening any community. For a tail wagging good time, check out any of our local CSRA dog parks! As always, if we have missed any – please let us know!

Riverside Dog Park

Website
4431 Hardy McManus Rd.
Evans, GA 30809

Open 8 a.m. until Dusk 
Fenced in grassy area where you dogs can be let loose to run. It can get muddy when it rains.

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Goodale Park

Website
5207 Wrightsboro Rd.
Grovetown, GA 30813

Open Dawn til’ Dusk 
Fenced in grassy area where you dogs can be let loose to run. Has a large dog area and an area for small dogs. Has a covered seating area and water features for the dogs.

Dog Park at Evans Towne Center Park

Website
7016 Evans Town Center Blvd.
Evans, GA 30809

Open Dawn til’ Dusk 

Fenced in area with separate area for small and big dogs. Agility equipment, seating, sand and some grass. 

Dog Park at Pendleton King Park

Website
1600 Troupe St.
Augusta, GA 30904

Open Dawn til’ Dusk 

Fenced in area contains areas for small and large dogs. The area includes ramps and agility equipment. There is seating.

Fort Gordon Dog Park

Website
Brainyard Ave
Fort Gordon, GA
Open Dawn til’ Dusk 

Fenced in area contains areas for small and large dogs. The area includes doggie obstacle courses and watering stations.

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North Augusta Bark Park

Website
North Augusta Greenway
North Augusta, SC
Open Dawn til’ Dusk 

Fenced in area contains areas for small and large dogs. The area includes doggie obstacle courses and watering stations.

Jessi is a stay at home mom to her two young children. She is new to the CSRA! She enjoys exploring with her family, eating good food, and making new friends.

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