Private dog parks for rent in and around Asheville, NC


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Have you heard of Sniffspot? It’s like Airbnb for dog parks. Whether you’re looking for a place to safely socialize your pup or just luxuriate in the freedom of being off-leash, we’ve rounded up five local ready-to-rent private dog parks for your pooch to enjoy.

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Beautiful Private Park

Fully fenced | $10 per dog per hour, three dogs max | Asheville, NC

This top-rated spot boasts half an acre of lush green space for your dog to roam, plus dog treats + toys for the pups and hammocks, bug spray, and WiFi for the adults.

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Sorrentinos Sniffspot

Fully fenced | $12 per dog per hour, 20 dogs max | Fairview, NC

With just under an acre of land with a stream running through it, your dog will have a blast at their own personal Splashville. Oh, and there’s also a large deck, water, granola bars, and doggie ice cream, too.

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Kennedy’s Fully Fenced Yard For Dogs

Fully fenced | $6 per dog per hour, five dogs max | Fletcher, NC

This quarter-acre lot offers flat land and a ledge for pups to explore, as well as shaded and sunny areas. Dog toys — including a doggie pool — will delight doggos and people alike. Plus, there’s an indoor restroom available for human use.

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Central Oakley play space

Fully fenced | $5 per dog per hour, 20 dogs max | Asheville, NC

Rest your bones on the deck while your pooch gets all their zoomies out on this quarter-acre of flat, open space.

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Fun Field for a Furry frenzy

Fully fenced | $8 per dog per hour, 20 dogs max | Asheville, NC

Live out your big land fantasies by bringing your pup to explore nearly five acres of fenced pasture with both sunny and shaded areas. To make things even more picturesque, there’s also a creek on the property.

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