We are in Seagrove North Carolina The pottery capital of the United States, and we are 20 minutes from the North Carolina zoo, The largest natural habitat zoo in the world. We have about 12 acres some wooded And a couple of fields for parking campers and RVs. We love dogs and welcome them with open arms. We have three Shitszus and great Pyrenees. There is approximately a 1 acre fenced in field attached to an old pig barn that is completely fenced in for allowing dog to run. They are also free to run anywhere on the property as well. The electric is limited and is more to top off batteries then run complete systems. But we will do whatever we can to make your stay comfortable. Feel free to bust out the grill turn on the music walk the property and enjoy yourself.
Please be respectful and use good judgment
Well maintained gravel drive.
We have a super large lot, 12 plus acres plenty of space for parking
Local Pottery shops are in abundance. North Carolina zoo is 20 minutes away
Like it “say love Paradise”we got to this place late night, so we didn’t have the time to appreciate the beauty of it… but in the morning OMG paradise, ours dog love it they ran like crazy.
I will love to be back again to this place.
Had a relaxing night at Dogs Paradise. Very quiet and peaceful. Great place for the dogs to run around and play.
We even enjoyed some of the local pottery shops as well.
I tried calling as promised when I got there, but I had no cell service where I was. I parked and got all set up where I was told there was on a day ago (by a nice lady), but no electric & water there.
Turns out was told wrong location, needed to move about 150 ft to the left. Maybe location could be marked for Boondockers and where the hidden 15amp socket & water is located, & with instructions on how to turn on the well water pump, etc.
There is definitely room for several RV's here, but not with amenities, only self contained Boondockers would ❤️ the peace & quiet in the back acreage.😊
I have a 25 ft TT that got scraped by the low hanging entry trees & 2 as I was backing in to camping spot. I'm sure upon return he'd get that squared away quickly.
Thanks for the quiet location to rest my head. And my 1 little dog liked it too.
Definitely a dogs paradise and a dog owners as well. Lots of land. No light or sound pollution so the stargazing is spectacular. Definitely a favorite spot and will be going back