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4605 North Rocky River Road
Indian TrailNorth Carolina28079US
4.616
35The property was beautiful and my dogs enjoyed exploring on such a nice day. One of them even did some swimming in the small pond. As described in the listing there is a parking spot right in front of the house with a trash can, water dish, towels, and dog treats. There is a very long driveway from the property entrance up to the house and only the land in the front part of the house is the 'sniff area' which is roughly 3-4 acres maybe (the property lines to the sides are not entirely clear). The listing notes 15 acres but most of that is on-leash only. You do have to be very careful as stated in the front off-leash area because the fencing is minimal and missing in some areas and the property is on a relatively busy main road. Dogs must have very good recall to visit this location or you have to stay very close to the house with dogs who do not wander far from their person. During my visit there were 3 different times that a truck or van either entered or left the property via the driveway and I had to move out of the way with my dogs to avoid the vehicle. I do not feel that this is something I should have to encounter during a visit. Additionally, one of the times a van entered, a man got out of the van and approached another man who appeared from the rear of the property to speak to him. My dogs are not comfortable with strangers and thankfully both have good recall because one of them did charge at the men. I wanted this to be a peaceful and relaxing time for my dogs but we had to remain watchful. When we decided to leash up and check out the 'chicken farm' and corn field at the rear of the property we encountered another person (this was ok because we were on leash) however the ground back there was littered with trash from food and beer cans and the chickens were being kept indoors (?!). I had to be careful where I stepped and make sure my dogs didn't eat any leftover food or trash off the ground. I was told by this man that I could walk through the corn fields (it was all dead) which I did for a little while but it wasn't clear where the property ended and I didn't want to accidently trespass. I think this spot actually has great potential but use some improvements.
45The area was awesome!
55Great visit as always!
55We had a great time, took the ball launcher and our pup loved having so much space to run around in.
55Excellent and a bench for me by the pond
45This spot is alright if your dog doesn’t wonder around too much. I was aware of the partial fence however it’s not stated that there’s a busy road right in front of the place. Any dog could easily end up getting out. It would be beneficial to know where the land limits are, we went to the back of the house but it seems like there were men working and figured to keep playing in the front yard. It’s not in the instructions where one is allowed to go or what’s going on in the backyard. I’m not exactly sure if the front yard alone is 15 acres, unless there’s a big chunk of land hidden in the back. The ponds looked quite dirty, maybe it’s due to the weather.
55Mariana’s place was wonderful for my two dogs! A big front yard with a small lake that the dogs loved. She left out a towel, dog perfume, and water! I would just mention there were people working in the back yard, so stick to the front! But overall we will definitely be back!!
55Our dogs had such a great time! Host was super nice and accommodating
55Great place for the pups to play, ours especially loved the pond and stream, host is very accommodating and responsive to messages. Will return!!
55Was a great place to work on off leash training. Host was amazing left out water towels toys and treats!
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Nancy's Partially Fenced Private Dog Park In Indian Trail

Indian Trail, North Carolina
Partially Fenced
15 acres
4.616 reviews
Sniffpass
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Hosted by Mariana R.

Fencing

Enclosure

Partially Fenced


Amenities

Lake or pond

River, stream or creek

Field

Dog drinking water

Chairs

Dog treats


Pricing
$12 per dog per hour

50% off all dogs after the 1st dog

25% off hourly price for 30 min visit

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Location

Indian Trail, North Carolina

Description

A private paradise to allow Dogs to connect with your animal instincts Around naturals elements. It’s tall grass spring season! A lot of wild flowers! Sniffers are Welcome at Night for stargazing.

Cleanliness

88% of guests said this spot was as clean as expected during their visit.

Host Rules

Minimum visit length
30 minutes
Max dogs per booking
20
Is the host present?
I generally do not meet my guests
Additional rules

Welcome to Nancy sniff spot! A private paradise for dogs to play and explore. Enjoy the freedom to run, sniff, and have a tail-wagging country style good time!🐾 INSTRUCCIÓN: - if you find the gate closed, please Feel free to opened, just if is possible love it closed after you come in and after You come out, it will helps prevent the runners to go to the road. - when you drive down the road you will see a parking space on the left. You may park there. - you will find a tall trash can that You may use if you need. And a red small chair will have clean dry towels in case you need it, you will also find some treats, poop bags, toys and a few dogs products. (Nancy will appreciate the tips). -there’s a hoes by the office Door, and there’s also a plate for fresh water. SUGGESTIONS: - if you exploring by the front fence, I suggest the leash especially if you have a runner. (Don’t let that prevent you from enjoying it. It’s very beautifully natural, and there’s many things to observe. -the sniff area is the entire front yard. You can go and explore in the back after the fence to the corn field BUT! it has to be on the leash, there’s a chicken farm in the back, and also a car washing area per reservation only ( fell free to reserve that service extra service )


Community safety rules
Dogs must be leashed when entering and exiting the spot.
Make sure the area is safe and secure before bringing your dog in.
Never enter a spot before your booking start time and never leave late.
Pick up after your dogs. Leave the spot as it was when you arrived.
Always review and abide by spot specific rules.
Unless otherwise stated, restrooms are not available on site.

Booking Policies

Booking Policies
Only one booking is allowed at a time at any spot and there is an enforced 30 min buffer between all bookings to ensure dogs in separate bookings do not meet.
This spot is set for Booking, which means you will be instantly confirmed for any booking you request. You will receive the address and access instruction immediately following booking.
Visits can be moved or cancelled up to 2 hours before a visit.
Visits can be extended and dogs can be added throughout the visit.

(16) Reviews

  • DG G., Mar 22, 2024

    The property was beautiful and my dogs enjoyed exploring on such a nice day. One of them even did some swimming in the small pond. As described in the listing there is a parking spot right in front of the house with a trash can, water dish, towels, and dog treats. There is a very long driveway from the property entrance up to the house and only the land in the front part of the house is the 'sniff area' which is roughly 3-4 acres maybe (the property lines to the sides are not entirely clear). The listing notes 15 acres but most of that is on-leash only. You do have to be very careful as stated in the front off-leash area because the fencing is minimal and missing in some areas and the property is on a relatively busy main road. Dogs must have very good recall to visit this location or you have to stay very close to the house with dogs who do not wander far from their person. During my visit there were 3 different times that a truck or van either entered or left the property via the driveway and I had to move out of the way with my dogs to avoid the vehicle. I do not feel that this is something I should have to encounter during a visit. Additionally, one of the times a van entered, a man got out of the van and approached another man who appeared from the rear of the property to speak to him. My dogs are not comfortable with strangers and thankfully both have good recall because one of them did charge at the men. I wanted this to be a peaceful and relaxing time for my dogs but we had to remain watchful. When we decided to leash up and check out the 'chicken farm' and corn field at the rear of the property we encountered another person (this was ok because we were on leash) however the ground back there was littered with trash from food and beer cans and the chickens were being kept indoors (?!). I had to be careful where I stepped and make sure my dogs didn't eat any leftover food or trash off the ground. I was told by this man that I could walk through the corn fields (it was all dead) which I did for a little while but it wasn't clear where the property ended and I didn't want to accidently trespass. I think this spot actually has great potential but use some improvements.

  • Amanda B., Mar 11, 2024

    The area was awesome!

  • M B., Feb 24, 2024

    Great visit as always!

  • Florence P., Feb 19, 2024

    We had a great time, took the ball launcher and our pup loved having so much space to run around in.

  • Evelyn A., Feb 16, 2024

    Excellent and a bench for me by the pond

  • Angeles C., Feb 3, 2024

    This spot is alright if your dog doesn’t wonder around too much. I was aware of the partial fence however it’s not stated that there’s a busy road right in front of the place. Any dog could easily end up getting out. It would be beneficial to know where the land limits are, we went to the back of the house but it seems like there were men working and figured to keep playing in the front yard. It’s not in the instructions where one is allowed to go or what’s going on in the backyard. I’m not exactly sure if the front yard alone is 15 acres, unless there’s a big chunk of land hidden in the back. The ponds looked quite dirty, maybe it’s due to the weather.

    Host replied: Thank you so much for the feedback! we only have a few weeks into the sniff spots industry and still adjusting and learning better ways to share with the community our blessings. About the pond, my daughter was kayaking a few days ago and it was fine, but is a complete natural pond, we try to allow the nature to do her thing as much as possible before interfering with the natural process. We sorry this was an inconvenient for you. I just updated the instructions as specific as I could. Come back soon. I’ll be glad to share my space with you again. 🐕‍🦺

  • M B., Feb 3, 2024

    Mariana’s place was wonderful for my two dogs! A big front yard with a small lake that the dogs loved. She left out a towel, dog perfume, and water! I would just mention there were people working in the back yard, so stick to the front! But overall we will definitely be back!!

  • Kayla D., Jan 28, 2024

    Our dogs had such a great time! Host was super nice and accommodating

  • Leigh D., Jan 25, 2024

    Great place for the pups to play, ours especially loved the pond and stream, host is very accommodating and responsive to messages. Will return!!

  • Beth C., Jan 22, 2024

    Was a great place to work on off leash training. Host was amazing left out water towels toys and treats!

Meet your host

Mariana R.

Joined in January 2024


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Nancy's Partially Fenced Private Dog Park In Indian Trail

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