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.