Pitner Road Dog Park

2450 Pitner Road

The Pitner Road Dog Park is comprised of two adjoining but separately-fenced play areas for off-leash dogs with approximately 2 acres of space for larger and one acre of space for smaller dogs. The dog lots have both open-space and shady, wooded areas with benched seating for dog owners. Each area has dog water fountains and "poop-mit" stations providing bags for owners to pick up after their pets. A gravel access road and parking lot with 50 parking spaces.

A combination picnic shelter and restroom building (presently with four picnic tables) sits on a rise and overlooks the playground and dog lots. A multi-function playground for children ages 2 to 12 is between the picnic shelter and the dog lots and can be easily seen from the seating areas of both locations.


Elliott Obrien

Saturday, May 20, 2017

A well maintained and enjoyable park to bring a dog. There are many benches and resting areas for people and pups alike. The park offers grasses areas and wooded area for the dogs to play. The fence line has been well worn and makes a great walking trail for people. Water is provided for pups. Two different areas, one for large and one for smaller dogs.

Angelynn Damato

Monday, Aug. 28, 2017

We rescue cats and do not have a dog, but my husband and I love to watch all the dogs have fun. It is a great park with lots of grass for the dogs to run in. All the people who bring their dogs there are very friendly and so are the dogs. A couple of the dogs are "WALMART GREETERS" as you enter. :-)

Lee Goldberg

Friday, Sep. 1, 2017

2 huge areas, one for big dogs and one for small. Grassy and wooded spaces in each. Water on site. Long hiking/bike trail cam be used for leash walking.

Kimberly Austin

Saturday, June 24, 2017

The playground is pretty nice and the group shelter is useful. I'm glad there are restrooms here. The dog park is nice as long as everyone is aware of their dog's behavior and/or aggressiveness. There are some areas where you'd have to walk far from the benches to keep an eye on the dogs.

Perry Collins

Sunday, April 2, 2017

Drove over 2 hours to get to the dog park. Have a female black lab mix and she LOVED it! We had brought Wendy's and ate at the pavilion before going into large dog enclosure. She ran and played and made lots of dog and human friends! I had brought water and a little bowl, but there was a community water bowl there. We were there on a Sunday from about 2-4. Will definitely be back. Live an hour south of Atlanta. Went to dog park closer to me twice and there was not even 1 dog for her to play with! So even though it's a drive for us to get there, it was SO worth it to see her have such a good time!