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Dog Areas in Graysville

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The early 1800s and 1900s saw the town of Graysville, Alabama go through some significant changes. The town was originally called Gin Town, not because they drank a lot, but because there were more cotton gins than there were people. Many of the settlers here came to work at the cotton gins.

Today, Graysville calls itself "Alabama's most progressive town", and you'll see why if you visit! If you are interested in camping, you and your pup would enjoy Brookside Campground. They have trails that lead along a good sized creek, as well as many places to explore. They offer cabins, RV, or tent camping. If you would like to come and visit for the day, you can get day pass, but you have to register your dog at the front desk. 

The historic spots of this area are well marked. You can walk through the city and see the old gins as the buildings are still standing. There are a few spots that are closed down, but you can still walk through the lots. Locals recommended walking the grounds of the old church. There is something peaceful about this site. 

While Graysville has a couple of Fido-friendly amenities, you'll find more conventional things to do with your dog just a short drive away in neighboring towns.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Graysville

#1 Horse Creek Trail

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Horse Creek Trail of , AL Dog Parks 0
Horse Creek Trail of , AL Population Density 168/sq mi

#1 Horse Creek Trail

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Many moons ago, this trail was home to a busy rail line. It was a much-needed gem for the city, and when it closed, the site was converted into a barktastic walking trail by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, which converts unused railroads into walking paths all across the country. Horse Creek Trail is a scenic, three-mile paved trail that runs from Sumiton to Dora. It is less than ten miles from Graysville. Bring plenty of water because there is no running water along the way. You will need to keep your dog on his leash while you explore this quiet trail.
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#2 Five Points South

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Five Points South of , AL Dog Parks 0
Five Points South of , AL Population Density 1,372/sq mi

#2 Five Points South

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Looking for something a little different to do with your dog? Head into the muttropolis of Birmingham. Its Five Points South neighborhood is home to all kinds of bustling businesses. Black Market Bar is a pet-friendly pub favorite, serving up drinks with strange names, like the Copycat Killer. The best part is you can bring your dog with you as you sip on their weird and wonderful concoctions. All of this fun is less than twenty miles from Graysville. Don't fur-get to bring your dog's leash along for this adventure!
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#3 Downtown

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Downtown of , AL Dog Parks 0
Downtown of , AL Population Density 710/sq mi

#3 Downtown

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Right in the heart of downtown, there is a quiet little green space where you can bring your dog for a walk. Railroad Park is designed to be the oasis of green in a concrete jungle. There are often pet-friendly events happening here, so check out what's on during your visit. The peaceful walking path down by the river the pawfect place to unplug and unwind with your pup by your side! Keep your pal on a leash in this community park which offers fantastic views of Birmingham's skyline. Afterward, head on over to Good People Brewing Company, a pet-friendly brewery within walking distance of the park.
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#4 Fultondale

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Fultondale of , AL Dog Parks 1
Fultondale of , AL Population Density 564/sq mi

#4 Fultondale

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Fultondale is less than ten miles away from Graysville. Right inside the city limits in Black Creek Park. Here, you'll find a one-mile path that goes around the pond. There are also some short trails that meander around the baseball fields and over the creek that feeds into the pond. If you would like a place for your dog to play off-leash, head over to the on-site Bark Park! It has watering stations for you and your pup, and there are three cleaning stations placed inside the fence. Two separate areas are designed to allow small dogs a safe place to play. Your pup is sure to make some new fur-iends at this scenic park!
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