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Dog Areas in Double Springs

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2 Trails
1 Eatery

Families and their pups who enjoy hiking and spending time outdoors will love living in the small town of Double Springs, about an hour northwest of Birmingham. Situated on the western edge of the Bankhead National Forest, Double Springs is the county seat of Winston and features a historic courthouse area. When you are out walking with your pooch, take a stroll around Main Street and admire the gardens, or relax on a bench under one of the shade trees. Your pooch will also feel right at home when visiting the veterinarian clinic in Double Springs. The friendly staff and experienced vet provide both routine and emergency care.

Spending quality time with the kids and Fido, while getting some exercise, is even more fun when you visit the Double Springs Park & Rec. You can walk laps around the track while the kids run around the playground. The walking track is well maintained and paved making it easy to push a stroller or wheelchair while you and Fido get your heart rate up. After walking, take a break on one of the shaded benches.

The Lakeshore Inn Restaurant is a perfect destination to enjoy a meal with your furry family members. There is a large patio in back of the restaurant where Fido is welcome to relax under the table with a bowl of water while you enjoy a variety of menu items and admire the views of the lake.

The quaint town Of Double Springs offers friendly neighbors and enough amenities and convenient businesses to keep families and their pups entertained. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Double Springs

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 502/sq mi

    #1 Southeast Double Springs


    Pups and their parents can enjoy an adventure close to home at the Corinth Recreation Area Campground on County Rd 57. The modern campground offers RV and tent camping with a large swimming area and boat launch. When you and Fido need to spend some time in the great outdoors, hike along the trails and roast hot dogs over the fire. The clean and well-maintained restrooms and bathhouse are perfect after a day of exploring the nature trails. Fido can swim in the lake, just be sure to keep a leash handy when walking through the campground. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 593/sq mi

    #2 Northeast Double Springs


    One of the best features of living in Double Springs is being surrounded by the Bankhead National Forest! This is a great area to spend time with your family and the pups exploring and enjoying the fresh air. The park rangers are friendly, and can answer questions about which trails are easy and which trails require a little more stamina. When you are out with your energetic puppy, spend some time climbing along the rocks and hiking over the creeks. If you want to take your older pooch for a stroll, walk along one of the flat trails and let your pup sniff all the plants and trees. The area is popular during the summer months, so be sure to keep Fido on a leash, and bring plenty of water bottles and doggie waste bags. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,617/sq mi

    #3 North Double Springs


    Invite friends and their furry family members to spend some time on the Sipsey River Trail off County Rd 23. You can easily walk along the trail and find the waterfall and the beautiful camping areas. There are easy trails where the kids can walk and learn about nature, and your senior pup will be able to stroll along the creek without getting tired. When hiking with more energetic dogs, climb through the rocks and chase some butterflies, just be sure to keep Fido on a leash. There are 25 miles of hiking trails throughout the area, so plan to spend the weekend enjoying the outdoors and having a puptacular time with your pooch. 

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,173/sq mi

    #4 Mount Hope

    The Thompson Trailhead in Mt Hope is north of Double Springs and offers beautiful walking trails where you and Fido can enjoy peace and tranquility. Plan to spend an afternoon exploring the different trails and admiring the trees and plants while your pup gets some exercise. The trails are well marked and easy to follow. There is limited parking, so be sure to keep Fido on a leash when getting in and out of the car. If you are looking for a more secluded hike, go off on one of the side trails and explore more primitive areas.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,515/sq mi

    #5 North Jasper


    If you are looking for a camping adventure, head south of Double Springs to the Clear Creek Campground in Jasper. Your pups are welcome in the campground, just be sure to keep them on a leash. There are RV and tent sites with electric and water hookups and the bathrooms area well-maintained and convenient. You and Fido can hike along the trails during the day and return to your campsite in the evening for a warm shower. The beach area is great for the kids, and there is even a playground to keep the little ones entertained. Walk your pup along the paved bike path or head over to the boat launch and take Fido in the canoe. The whole family will enjoy spending time in Jasper camping and admiring nature. 

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