Dog Walkers in Clinton, AR

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Dog Areas in Clinton, AR

4 Parks
12 Trails
20 Shops
12 Eateries
2 Groomers

Clinton, Arkansas is a delightful town. It may be small, but it has a ton of history packed into the area. The town's official website is full of fun facts about Clinton. For instance, during the Civil War, the courthouse was burned down, and a nearby church was used as the courthouse for four years after that. Another fun fact is that, until 1970, there were less than 1,000 people living in the town. The high school football team is the Yellow Jackets, and the first governor, whose name the city took, was Dewitt Clinton. Now that you know a little something about the area, let's explore!

Your first stop is Main Street. You and your dog will love the 1.2-mile trail located at Clinton City Park. While you're here, you can see the Three Rivers Trailhead water sculpture. There are learning kiosks set up so you can learn about the history of the area. Just keep your pup on a leash, and be prepared for a crowd when you stop by.

Archery Fort Park is a more family-friendly park than the trailhead. It has lots of trees, a playground, and picnic areas. The short trail is less than a mile long, but is perfect if you want to stretch your legs.

Happy hounds (and humans) abound in Clinton!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clinton, AR

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 22/sq mi

    #1 Route 65

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    Right down Route 65, you will find a hidden little gem that is just perfect for an afternoon getaway. Nature Bridge Trail features a quiet little trail with natural rock formations. There are also a couple of historic cabins that you can tour as well. Your dog can join you on this adventure, as long as you keep him on a leash. You will probably want to carry water with you because it does get hot in the afternoons. There are seasonal guided tours if you would like to learn all you can about the area and the history of the cabins.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 22/sq mi

    #2 Roger Heights

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    L'Attitude Bistro invites you, your friends, and your fur-baby to enjoy a fun-filled evening! The fare is authentically delicious, with apps like French onion soup and dishes like bacon-wrapped meatloaf. Dessert is covered as well. You simply have to try the coconut cream pie! The food isn't the only reason you should come here to eat, though -- they also have live music on the weekends. The pet-friendly patio is the place to be to enjoy local music. Remember to keep your pup on a leash and make sure he can handle loud music and crowds because this is a pawpular spot with the locals!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 22/sq mi

    #3 Greers Ferry Lake

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    Choctaw Campground is an exciting place to bring your dog for a weekend adventure. There used to be a city right here, where Greers Ferry Lake is. The city was flooded and the water never receded -- you can even see the remains of the city if you choose to scuba dive here! Of course, your dog probably isn't interested in the underwater world, but he will be excited to walk the trails and chase the squirrels. Be sure to register your pet when making the reservation to get a dog-friendly spot. Dogs aren't allowed in the bathhouse. Remember to bring water and a dish, and don't forget your leash.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 22/sq mi

    #4 Gates Roger

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    The South Fork Nature Center has two miles of public trail where you can walk your dog. You'll have to keep your dog on a leash while you are walking. Gates Rogers does have other features, but most of them are not pet-friendly. The trails are clearly marked and are open from dawn 'til dusk. You will want to have water on hand because there are no water fountains. Trash cans are provided along the way so that you can properly clean up after your dog. This is a great place to walk your dog because it is safe and there isn't a lot of traffic.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 22/sq mi

    #5 Highway 65

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    If you're looking for a great place to stay with your dog, you should try the Best Western Hillside Inn. This pet-friendly inn allows you to bring up to two dogs with you. However, there are breed restrictions, and you can't bring dogs over 80 pounds. The inn also requires that you keep your dog in a kennel if you are not in the room. There is a place to walk them outside, but you'll have to have a leash with you. Please make sure that you clean up after your dog when you walk him. You'll also need to let the hotel know that you have a pet when you make the reservations.
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