When visiting Cullman, Alabama, you'll notice a history enriched area, filled with influences from the early English settlements, the Cherokee Tribe, and Southern traditions. The city is located in the northern central part of the state, and nowadays boasts a bustling downtown and small-town vibe. With 20.56 square miles of land, the town also hosts multiple dog-friendly parks and trails.
The gem of Cullman is the Smith Lake Park, with over 21,000 acres of land along the lake, which makes up 500 miles of shoreline. The entire park is dog-friendly, with year-round camping sites, eight pavilions, a fishing pier, 12 miles of trails, and a large stage venue that Fido is welcome to for yearly events. All dogs must remain on a leash shorter than 10 feet, but have access to water fountains, trash bins, benches, and picnic areas.
Located in town is the Heritage Dog Park, a fenced-in park with 1.5 miles of walking trails, shaded benches and plenty of open space to run around and play. The park even has separate areas for smaller and larger dogs, water fountains, and clean-up stations.
The town also boasts 7 different veterinarians, and plenty more space for Fido to get some exercise to the point you'll be calling the town Culldog instead of Cullman.