Dog walking in Berryville

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Dog Walking in Berryville

Sitting pretty on the watershed of King’s River in the shadow of the Ozarks, Berryville, AR is as historically interesting as it is friendly. The small city features two museums dedicated to preserving its heritage -- not bad for a town of five thousand! The Carroll County museum gives a general overview of the area’s pioneer past, while Saunders Museum focuses on Berryville’s rowdy Wild West History, featuring guns belonging to famous outlaws such as Buffalo Bill Cody and Billy the Kid. 

The days of gunslingers and saloons are truly gone, though -- these days, Berryville is known as a quiet, family-friendly town with a real neighborly vibe and a strong sense of civic pride. The town’s community spirit is clear for all to see, from its charming downtown filled with local businesses to the fine showing of enthusiasm at the Carroll County Fair.

There’s no designated dog park in Berryville, but that doesn’t mean you and your pooches should get too "melan-collie!" The town has two parks that are ideal for leashed walks -- Saunders Heights Park in particular is a favourite of local pups and their owners and boasts some lovely views over the city. And if your four-legged pal longs to run off leash, don’t worry -- you’ll find a furrific dog run just a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Berryville

North Eureka Springs

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
62 per sq. mi.

North Eureka Springs

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Eureka Springs Bark Park is the closest dog run to Berryville, so it’d be a huge faux paw not to visit! The dog run isn’t the largest, but there’s still plenty of room for even the most rambunctious fur-balls to burn off their excess energy. There’s a separate small dog area, too, so your pooch can play and socialise no matter their size! Not only that, but the park features a small wooded area for curious pooches to sniff and explore. Bags and water are provided, and as an added bonus, there’s plenty of shade, making this an ideal choice for a hot summer’s day.

Pilot Knob Conservation Area

36
Population Density
6 per sq. mi.

Pilot Knob Conservation Area

36

Pilot Knob Conservation Area is just a twenty-minute drive from Berryville, so if your furry friend likes hiking, you’d be barking mad not to check it out! The park is a perfect place for you and your pooch to get back to nature -- it’s common enough for hikers to finish the 2.5-mile out-and-back trail without seeing another living soul. The path wanders through natural Ozark woodland, and there’s not much of an incline, making Pilot Knob an ideal day out for fitter four-legged pals and less athletic animals alike. Remember to bring doggie waste bags and water!

Historic District

24
Population Density
101 per sq. mi.

Historic District

24

Pine Mountain Village is a real Eureka Springs gem! This pawesome open-air mall allows your pooch to browse with you. You two can check out the local crafts at the Christmas store, pop in to Fresh Harvest to investigate their oil and vinegar collection, or sniff out the spices at The Spice Boat! If you two are looking for somewhere to chow down afterward, you’re in luck -- a couple of grrreat restaurants in the area welcome doggy diners. For soul food, consider stopping in at Grandma’s Beans and Cornbread. Their chicken and dumplings are delicious, and they cater to canines outside.

Beaver Dam

12
Population Density
84 per sq. mi.

Beaver Dam

12

Beaver Dam Site Park might be a ways away from Berryville -- about 23 miles down US-62 -- but it’s still a mutts-visit! Fitter furry friends looking for a challenge might enjoy the Dogwood Overlook Trail, which features some steep inclines, unique flowering dogwoods, and some breathtaking views over Beaver Lake. For those who feel out of breath just thinking about it, don’t worry -- you’ll find some more moderate walks here too. Just be sure to look up a trail map before you go! If your pooch likes to swim, they’ll have a whale of a time splashing in the shallow waters at the small beach.

War Eagle

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Population Density
239 per sq. mi.

War Eagle

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If you and your four-legged friend are looking for something different to do, why not take a day trip to Rogers and take in the War Eagle Cavern Tour? The guides here are true storytellers, and they'll bring you up to speed on the history of the area as you head into the cave that Jesse James once used as a hideout. There are several fascinating rock formations to spot here, but be aware that you and other tour takers will be in close quarters, so keep an eye on your pup’s temperament, and make sure to keep Fido on a short leash.