What The Dog Saw Today

This morning we were in Myers Park.  What a beautiful place to run!  Myers Park was my first home in Charlotte.  As a student at Queens University of Charlotte (Queens College at the time), we spent many spring days enjoying a warm breeze under canopy of towering trees.  Who wouldn’t fall in love with the city after spending four years living in the heart of such a beautiful neighborhood?

Are you familiar with the history of this neighborhood?  Take a few minutes to browse the history on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission website.

Myers Park Neighborhood History

The tree-lined sidewalks are the perfect spot for dog to run and walk.  There is so much to see, smell and hear!  Flowers, birds, dogs, people, bikes, lawn mowers, and more provide a lot of mental stimulation in addition to the physical workout provided by the rolling hills.  We love that there are water fountains along the path!  Just one of the many touches of kindness offered by the residents of this historic Charlotte neighborhood.

Queens statue of neighbor walking dog Water fountains for all runners


Charlotte Dog Runner


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