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Dog Areas in Harvest

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Harvest is an unincorporated area that's part of the Greater Huntsville-Decatur statistical area. This region offers some outdoor recreational activities that dogs and their owners can enjoy together. Just two miles northeast of town in Toney, you'll find a veterinary clinic that offers health care services for dogs.

Take your pooch hiking at Rainbow Mountain Nature Preserve. This Land Trust of North Alabama property has hiking paths that you and your leashed pooch can use. Check out the 1.5-mile loop on the eastern ridge to see a waterfall and stunning rock formations. Collect any droppings that your furry pal leaves.

About 12 miles south of town, in Madison, you'll find a pawtastic exercise spot for your pup. Mill Creek Dog Park on Balch Road has a fenced play area that includes separate sections for large and small canines. Water stations, waste bags, and trash cans are available in this facility.

Another land trust property where you can take your leashed pet to go exploring is Wade Mountain Nature Preserve off Spragins Hollow Road. This 843-acre space includes over 11 miles of rugged hiking trails. Enjoy the scenic views as you make your way along the south and east sides of the mountain.

The town of Harvest is near some pet-friendly outdoor facilities. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harvest

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    Population Density 571/sq mi

    #1 Harvest

    Harvest is a combination of residential developments and farmland. This community includes an elementary and middle school, a few churches, and some small businesses. Near the shopping mall off Jeff Road NW, you'll find a pawesome natural area to explore with your pooch. Head to Harvest Square Recreational Preserve to enjoy the outdoors. This 69-acre Land Trust of North Alabama property has just over two miles of hiking trails, ponds, a picnic area, and an open field. Stroll on the scenic paths with your special pal. You'll need to keep them on a lead. Bring bags for waste and some water with you.
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    Population Density 204/sq mi

    #2 Toney

    The village of Toney is just two miles north of town. This small rural community has an elementary school, a church, and a residential development. You'll be able to walk on country roads with your four-footed friend out here. A pawesome place to visit in the area is Blue Water Springs Park. There are athletic fields, a fishing pond, and wooded space in this 40-acre facility. Hike on the footpath that wanders through the trees. You can also bring your pole and try fishing while your furry pal rests by your feet. Keep dogs on a lead or cord and collect any waste when you're here.
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    Population Density 3,053/sq mi

    #3 Parkwood Estates

    The neighborhood of Parkwood Estates in Huntsville is about ten miles southeast of Harvest. This community includes an educational facility, some commercial buildings, and residential developments. Just to the north of here, on Watson Drive NW, you'll find a furrific place to take Spot. Mastin Lake Park is a 31.7-acre facility that includes athletic fields, a playground, picnic areas, and a disc golf course. Catch a ball game or meander through the woods with your canine companion. Dogs are welcome in public parks if they're on a cord or leash at all times. Owners must be responsible for removing any droppings.
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    Population Density 1,452/sq mi

    #4 Dunwoody Place Apartments

    There are apartment complexes in the Dunwoody Place Apartments neighborhood of Huntsville. This community is about 10.5 miles southeast of Harvest. You'll find a shopping and entertainment district to the south. To treat your fur-baby to some recreation, head to the northern section of the Indian Creek Greenway. Connect to the paved trail at Providence School off Pawtucket Street NW. You and your special pal can stroll along the 0.8-mile path that leads through the woods and along Indian Creek. Keep pets on a lead for your jaunt. Carry some water and bags so that you can collect their droppings.
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    Population Density 657/sq mi

    #5 Midtowne on the Park

    Midtowne on the Park is about 10.9 miles south of Harvest. In this development, you'll find single-family homes. The planned community includes green space, two ponds, and a walking path where you and your four-footed friend can stretch your legs. There's a 71.9-acre facility on Harvestwood Court in the area. Bring your pup to Creekwood Park to visit the Madison Dog Park. Give your furry pal a chance to play with other pooches, then leash up for a walk together. You'll find a path that connects to the southern part of the Indian Creek Greenway Trail. Have bags to collect waste with you.
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