More and more dogs are coming to Holly Springs, North Carolina. They’re bringing their humans with them as well! Nestled in between the neighboring towns – Apex, and Fuquay Varina, Holly Springs continues to grow in population every year.
Many families that live in this area have a four-legged member of the pack. If you’re someone who’s living or going to live in Holly Springs and don’t know all the dog-on places to do with your pup then be sure to keep reading!
Greenways to Take Your Dogs for a Stroll in Holly Springs
There are too many trails to count on one’s paw and many more are being constructed in the near future! Greenways are the ideal place to walk your dog if you’re looking to break a sweat, having adventures, and being one with nature.
Below are a few greenways and neighborhood locations for you to bring your “Holly” self over to and get that “Spring” in your step:
Furthermore, there’s a trail near downtown that actually guides you down to the old historic springs. Hidden trails exist all over town as well off of the main roads.
Parrish Womble Park off of Grigsby Avenue, with approximately 46 acres of land in the heart of Holly Springs has trails available. Holly Ridge Middle School has a greenway located on its campus as well.
Dog-Friendly Restaurants and Bars
My Way Tavern restaurant has two locations: one in Holly Springs just off of Highway 55 and North Main Street. Many of the patrons bring the dogs to sit outside and enjoy their delicious food! Most importantly, the pub is known for its local feel, excellent service, nice cold brews, and live music. Many of the regulars say to try their seafood mac & cheese.
Pop a squat at one of the several outdoor tables to enjoy your savory meal at Bass Lake Draft House. People have been howling over their “Beer Pretzel Breaded Cheese Curd Bites” with famously known Wisconsin cheddar cheese curds. Are you drooling too?
You’ve got to sniff out Holly Springs’ first bottle shop, Black Dog Bottle Shop that also welcomes dogs. This “create your own six-pack” shop has a total of 20 taps that rotates varieties of craft beer from all over the country! They also have wine available for you wine-o’s to try. Find out more about why it’s named, “Black Dog Bottle Shop”.
Local Pet Shops
Pet Mania NC has locations in Raleigh, Wake Forest, Cary, and of course Holly Springs. This pet store gives you more access to much more information that helps them make the best and healthiest decisions for your furry loved ones. Pet mania’s goal is to be “the resource for quality products and supplies for all your pet’s needs.”
Ting Park, which you can see driving into Holly Springs from Apex off of Highway 55, has a couple of events at the park that allows dogs to attend!
The Holly Springs Salamanders will be hosting Bark in the Park again for 2019 and presented by Triangle Veterinary Referral Hospitals. All proceeds from these tickets will be donated to Pawfect Match. The ball games are scheduled for June 13, July 11, and August 1. Ruff for your home team!
Pet-Friendly Airbnb Rentals Available in Holly Springs, North Carolina
If you’ve never been to this paw-some town in Wake County, check out Airbnb Rentals that allow pets in Holly Springs. Make sure when you are searching the listings that the house rules say it’s ok for your dog to stay.
My wife and I absolutely love Airbnb because of the fact that it’s more available these days to bring your furry friends with you. As a result, most of the best adventures we’ve experienced are due to the fact that our dogs wagged along with us. Plus Fifi can be a security blanket when it’s bedtime.
WoofPack Pet Care’s Professional Pet Sitters and Dog Walkers Services Holly Springs, NC
Looking for pet sitting near you? Our local pet sitters serve Holly Springs, as well as Raleigh, Apex, Cary, Fuquay Varina, and Morrisville.
Schedule an appointment with WoofPack Pet Care for pet sitting services. We’ll stop by for a free consultation to get to know more about you and your pet!
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