Love’s celebrates opening of 400th dog park

Parks in 42 states give furry friends a chance to stretch their legs along your journey

The opening of Love’s newest location in Rural Hall, North Carolina, marked a special milestone for travelers and their furry friends, Love’s 400th dog park.

Love’s began adding dog parks to locations in late 2018. The fully fenced yards are approximately 50 by 100 feet with turf, grass and gravel surfaces and well-maintained pet waste stations with bags. Many of the parks have separate areas for large and small breed dogs.

The dog parks are open 24 hours per day, seven days a week, so your pet can stretch their legs whenever needed.

Some Love’s locations offer dog food, cat food, kitty litter, dog treats, leashes and food bowls.

To find dog parks along your journey, click here.

Dogs at a Love's Dog Park

About Love's

Love’s has been fueling customers' journeys since 1964. Innovation and perseverance continue to lead the way for the family-owned and -operated business headquartered in Oklahoma City with nearly 40,000 team members in North America and Europe. The company's core business is travel stops and convenience stores with 642 locations in 42 states. Love's continues its commitment to offer products and services that provide value for professional drivers, fleets, four-wheel customers, RVers, alternative fuel and wholesale fuel customers. Giving back to communities Love's serves and maintaining an inclusive and diverse workplace are hallmarks of the company's award-winning culture. To find out more about Love's, follow us on social or apply for a job, click here.