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Dog Areas in Blytheville

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Forestry and the lumber industry brought prosperity and people to Blytheville in its early days of its founding in 1879. As forests were cleared, cotton farming grew, with soybeans and rice following later. The area’s hot, humid and long summers, mixed with extremely mild winters make it an ideal place for growing such crops. Blytheville also has five veterinary clinics to help your pooch stay in furrific shape!

One furrific Blytheville outdoor area to visit with your pup is Nelson Park! This newly renovated community park is a pawsome place to spend time with your leashed pooch! The park has lush, manicured grass where you and your dog can play, plus there are tons of mature trees that make this a cool place to hang out even in the heat of the summer! Two-legged kiddos will love all the playground equipment, too! There are picnic tables around the park in both the sunshine and the shade, plus barbecue grills.

Traveling through the area? You and your furry companion are welcome at Blytheville’s Comfort Inn and Suites! The hotel has fur-iendly rooms where your pup can curl up with you for the night for a nominal fee.

Visiting and local dogs agree, Blytheville is pawsitively pawsome!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Blytheville

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    Population Density 225/sq mi

    #1 North Blytheville

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    One of the most pawsome places for walking with Fido is in the North Blytheville neighborhood! It’s home to the Blytheville Sportsplex which is located at Thunder Bayou Golf Links. Leash your pup and explore this 50-acre recreational area that has baseball, softball and soccer fields. The 1.5-mile Thunder Bayou Walking Trail loops around the playing field portion of the complex for a pawrific stroll. The trail also winds around the park’s woofderful, sparkling seven-acre lake. It’s a pleasant spot for a jaunt with your four-legged friend! There’s also tons of open grass and trees around the complex. There are restrooms, but you’ll want to bring drinking water for you and Fido.
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    Population Density 405/sq mi

    #2 E Main St/ S Ruddle Rd

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    Check out one of Blytheville’s most pawpular dog walking destinations in the this neighborhood! You and your leashed dog will love visiting the neighborhood’s Walker Park. The park has a paved walking path that winds around the calm waters of a large pond. To add to the pleasantness, there’s benches along the path where you and your pooch can take in the views of the spraying fountain and the quaint footbridge. Walker Park has tons of open grass where you and your pup can romp! You’ll also find tennis courts, a playground, picnic areas and a plethora of mature trees!
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    Population Density 524/sq mi

    #3 Blytheville City Center

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    A pawsome park awaits you and your furry pal in Blytheville’s City Center neighborhood! This area’s Cypress Park is a furrific place to take your leashed pup, as there’s tons of wide open grassy space! If it’s a hot day, bring a chair or a blanket and grab a spot beneath one of the big shady trees and relax while you listen to the birds chirp. There’s a woofderful paved walking path through the east portion of the park where you and your pooch can stretch your legs. The park also has covered picnic tables, tennis and basketball courts, plus ball fields and restrooms.
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    Population Density 1,203/sq mi

    #4 W Main St/ N 10th St

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    Whether you’re in the mood for a stroll or just a quiet respite with your dog by your side, check out this neighborhood! There, you and Fido will find Williams Park, a large community green space with ample stretches of lush grass and tall trees that provide woofderful relief from Blytheville’s subtropical climate. There is a paved path that loops around the south end of the park where you and your dog can do a few tail-wagging laps. Williams Park’s covered picnic area with a barbecue grill is a pawsome spot for family gatherings. If you have any two-legged children along with you, they’ll have fun on the playground and the ball field. Bring drinking water and cleanup bags for your trip.
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    Population Density 224/sq mi

    #5 Northwest Blytheville

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    If you find yourself in the Northwest Blytheville neighborhood with your pup, check out the area’s Candyland Park! This community park has a bunch of open grass where you and your leashed furry friend can play or take a stroll. Rest assured, your pup will find something to sniff and wag about beneath the park’s many mature trees! There is a covered picnic table where you and your pup can enjoy snack time, too. If you have kiddos with you, they’ll have a blast on the playground while you and your pooch watch from the shaded bench. For another nearby green space, check out Green Park just a few blocks to the north.
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