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Dog Areas in Mammoth Spring

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Located in Fulton County, the town of Mammoth Spring is a rural community. There are several outdoor recreational opportunities located within about 20 miles of town. If you need a veterinarian for your pup, you'll find a clinic about 3.8 miles away in Thayer.

Plan an adventure with your four-footed friend, and head about 8.5 miles northwest to explore Grand Gulf State Park. Hike along the Natural Bridge Trail or the Interpretive Trail to view spectacular scenery here. Dogs can accompany you as long as they're on a leash that's no longer than ten feet. Make sure you have tick protection and plenty of water.

You can explore nature with your pooch in Cover Prairie Conservation Area, located about 14 miles northwest of town. This property features undeveloped prairie and brush. There's an access trail that you can use to walk through the property with your fur baby. Dogs need to be on a leash and under control. Bring water and waste bags with you.

Head about 21.6 miles west to White Ranch Conservation Area and spend the day fishing and hiking with your canine companion. This 6,614-acre facility offers trails, a fishing pond, picnic areas, and primitive campsites. You can bring dogs as long as they're on a leash up to ten feet long.

The town of Mammoth Spring offers access to several outdoor recreational facilities that welcome dogs.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mammoth Spring

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    Population Density 286/sq mi

    #1 Mammoth Spring

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    Mammoth Spring is a small town with single-family homes and some apartment buildings. You'll be able to take Fido for a stroll through the neighborhood here. If you're looking for a place to take your furry pal for a campout, look no further than Mammoth Spring Campground off U.S. Highway 63. This small facility has sites for tents and RVs along Spring River. Cook out with your pooch and share an outdoor meal before you sleep under the stars. Make sure you keep your dog on a leash and under control at all times. Bring waste bags so that you can clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 100/sq mi

    #2 Mammoth Spring State Park

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    Right at the edge of Mammoth Spring, you'll find Mammoth Spring State Park. This facility houses a ten-acre lake and the largest spring in Arkansas. You can go hiking with your fur baby on the trails here. Follow the interpretive pathway around the spring lake and learn about Arkansas history. Bring some food and grab a picnic in the park with Spot. Dogs are welcome to accompany you in this state property, provided that you keep them appropriately restrained on a leash and stay out of the buildings. Remember to bring waste bags with you so that you can pick up any droppings.
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    Population Density 39/sq mi

    #3 Thayer

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    Just 2.6 miles north of Mammoth Spring, you'll find the town of Thayer, Missouri. This community has residential areas, some small businesses, and the local high school. Here, you can take a daily stroll around the block with your four-footed friend. When you want to enjoy a float down the Warm Fork Spring River with your special pal, bring your canoe to the launch area off Oregon County Road 256, just south of Highway 63. There are picnic tables and some open space here where you can share a meal together. Remember to keep your pup under control and pick up his waste.
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    Population Density 68/sq mi

    #4 Griffin Park

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    The neighborhood around Griffin Park in the town of Hardy is about 18.3 miles south of town. This area has some private residences and a stable. You and Spot can take walks along wooded lanes here. To spend a day by the South Fork Spring River, get a day pass to Griffin Park. Hike or jog on the trails in this facility, or launch into the water and go floating. Pack a basket and share a picnic together. You can bring dogs as long as you keep them on a leash and under control. Remember to clean up after your pup when you visit.
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    Population Density 47/sq mi

    #5 Loberg Park

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    Loberg Park is about 16.7 miles south of Mammoth Spring. This Hardy neighborhood includes some lakeside estates and a commercial district. Walk along the river with your furry pal in this neighborhood. To enjoy an outdoor meal and some playtime in the grass with your pooch, head to Loberg Park. This pawesome facility has open fields, a playground, and a paved pathway that wanders along the Spring River. Bring your pole and fish from the shoreline here while Spot relaxes by your side. You can bring dogs with you, provided that they're on a leash and you clean up after them.
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