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Dog Areas in Morrilton

6 Parks
2 Trails
18 Shops
17 Eateries
4 Groomers

Morrilton's motto is, "Small city. No limits." And when you and Fido visit, you'll see why! This cozy city of ruffly 6,000 people and pups is just a short drive away from some of Arkansas' largest cities, so dog-friendly fun is never far away! But you can also find some creature comforts -- both of the human and canine variety -- right in town. From shopping opportunities to a vibrant arts community, Morrilton has pawlenty to offer pet parents.

If the availability of four groomers and several vets isn't enough to convince you that this is the pawfect city to visit with your pets, then let the multiple parks be what bring you to Morrilton. The City Park has a large area where local dogs often meet to play and run. It isn't fenced-in, but during these times, a leash is optional. The playground is also located here, but dogs are not allowed to play. There is water for you and your dog as well as doggie waste receptacles.

Looking to venture further afield to find dog-friendly adventures? Morrilton is within a bone's throw of some of the most stunning natural areas in the state, including expansive state parks where you can explore the day away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Morrilton

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 740/sq mi

    #1 City Center

    Right in the middle of the city, you will find the Nature Trail. The City Nature Trail is dog-friendly as long as you have a leash. This loop trail is paved, and there are benches to rest on as well as a pavilion to relax in. Along the trail, you will find water fountains, and doggie waste receptacles are also easy to find. There is a rule that you must stay on the trail. You can also check out pocket park while you're here. This is a quiet little park nestled in between two buildings which makes it just right after a nice walk.
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 90/sq mi

    #2 Petit Jean State Park

    Petit Jean State Park is THE place to bring your whole family for the pawfect adventure. You have plenty of options if you want to embark on a Fido-friendly camping adventure. Don't want to ruff it? No worries! Just rent a cabin -- they're dog-friendly. You can fish for your dinner or stop in and grab a meal at the restaurant. Dogs aren't allowed inside, but they are allowed on the patio, or you can call ahead for pick-up. The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has established several trails in this park as well. You can pick a trail by its length or difficulty. The rules are simple: you have to have a leash on your pet and you must clean up after your pup. Now, go have fun!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 87/sq mi

    #3 Amboy

    You are going to have to drive almost an hour to get to Murray Park Off-leash Area, but this furrific park is worth every minute of the drive! You can let your pup off their leash to make new fur friends. Just remember to follow the posted rules to keep the park fun for everyone. In the summer, there are pools where pups can have a splashin' good time, as well as water fountains. The downside is that the park doesn't have much grass, and it does tend to get rather muddy, especially when the pools are full. Bring a towel!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 789/sq mi

    #4 Cogdell

    Maumelle is a little bit closer at ruffly forty miles or so. The city has a pawesome dog park called 4 Paws Park. You and your dog will pawsitively love coming here because there is plenty to do. There is agility equipment, obstacle courses, two plastic kiddie pools, and -- best of all -- a toy on a rope to play with! This park is double-gated so you can feel safe letting your pooch off-leash. Locals note that there isn't much shaded seating in this park. Don't furget to bring the water and waste baggies!
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 262/sq mi

    #5 College Park

    Laurel Park in Conway is about twenty miles away. This is the perfect spot for the whole family because there are pawlenty of things to do. You can walk along the trails, play on the playgrounds, or catch a ball game. When you and your pup are good and tired and need to refuel, Patticakes Bakery is right at the corner, within walking distance. Your pooch is welcome to come and try a pupcake while you get yourself a treat. Everything is made fresh at this local spot! Of course, you and your pup will leave full and happy.
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