Dog walking in Mt Judea

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Dog Walking in Mt Judea

Mount Judea, Arkansas is part of Newton County. This area is known for its peaceful nature that seems almost isolated from the rest of the state. This largely residential area is the pinnacle of peace and quiet. Most of the homes have large, grassy yards that are just pawfect for your pup to play in. While you're here, be sure to paw on over to Mount Judea Mercantile. This local shop housed in a 1920s-era building is where you can pick out goods made by the locals! It's unclear if pets are allowed inside, though, and the shop is only open during certain parts of the year.

Looking for some dog-friendly fun nearby? Just a skip and a hop south of Mount Judea, you'll find Ozark National Forest. All throughout the park, you can find multiple trails to explore with Fido, some of which stretch across the state! One of them, The Ozark Highland Trail, is practically in Mount Judea. This trail takes you through the mountains and along the paths of the former railroad. This is a fascinating way to enjoy nature with your dog. Make sure that you bring lots of water with you because you aren't going to want to leave!

Mount Judea is perfect for pups and people who pre-fur a laidback, rural lifestyle.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mt Judea

South Harrison

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Population Density
81 per sq. mi.

South Harrison

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Harrison is about thirty miles away, but it is worth the car trip to visit Tallgrass at Prairie Market. This tail-waggin', dog-friendly restaurant supports local farmers by serving in-season meal options. The menu is constantly changing so that the locally sourced dishes are fresh and nutritious. Not hungry? No worries! Grab a smoothie, a glass of juice, or just a cup of coffee. Prefer something stronger? Sip on some organic wine or your favorite craft beer! Tallgrass at Prairie Market is the pawfect place to refuel after a long hike. Make sure your pup has a leash. All the outdoor seating is pup-friendly.

Saint Joe

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Population Density
80 per sq. mi.

Saint Joe

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The Buffalo River allows your dog to come and join you for an off-leash hike. You can travel the Mill Creek, Overlook, Forest, and Campground Trails. Or, you could also take advantage of the river itself. There are points where you can canoe or kayak. Fishing is also a fun option. Bird-watchers and their pups may enjoy keeping track of all the species they see along the way. You will need water with you -- there are no stops. While this is a leash-optional trail, you should still keep one with you. This is a fun place to play on the river, but swimming isn't permitted except in marked areas.

Downtown

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Population Density
24 per sq. mi.

Downtown

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If you want to take your pup for a pizza, you will have to take about an hour trip over to That Little Pizza Place. Not only do they have some of the best stretchy-cheese, piping hot pupperoni pizza, but they also have outdoor tables that are paw-friendly! There's a ton of toppings to choose from that will have both your tummies rumbling. Locals note that this joint has the best pizza they've ever tasted! We'll let you and Fido be the judge of that, though. Don't forget that you do need a leash. Dogs are not allowed inside, but the wait staff will come take your order so you don't have to leave your canine companion alone.

Withrow Springs State Park

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Population Density
24 per sq. mi.

Withrow Springs State Park

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Since you are coming to Huntsville for pizza anyway, you should stop by Withrow Springs State Park. There are three trails of varying degrees of difficulty and lengths for you to enjoy. You can also canoe or kayak if your dog is trained to ride. The fishing here is legendary. Grab a pole and chair and relax the day away. There is a picnic area with grills should you want to cook your catch.  Please remember that you will need to keep your pup on a leash. There is no swimming in the lake for pups or people. This is the pawfect day trip or weekend getaway destination!

South

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Population Density
55 per sq. mi.

South

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It will take you a couple of hours to get to Altus, but if you want an adult adventure that you can bring your dog along on, then the long drive is worth it! Post Familie Vineyard is strategically located so that you can take in the sweeping views of the entire area. Saint Mary's Church, a historical landmark, is less than a mile away from here. You and your pup can tour the vineyard grounds, visit the tasting rooms, and shop in the visitor's center. Please keep your dog on a leash at all times, and remember to pick up after him.