Dog Walkers in Clarksville, FL

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Dog Areas in Clarksville, FL

Clarksville, Florida is a cozy community situated within Calhoun County. The Chipola River is a local must-see. The river flows on for miles, but the part of it that rests against Clarksville is simply pupperific, with plenty of room on the riverbank for a picnic or a quick splash on a hot day. The Tri-State Off Road Park is 8 minutes to the south of Clarksville. While it is popular with those looking for a place to tear up some mud with their ATVs, dogs are welcome to walk around the grassy areas with you, as long as your dog is on-leash and close to you. Just pay close attention to the off-roaders around you and monitor your dog for stress from the noise. 

One consideration when looking into joining the Clarksville community is the distance from animal hospitals. The nearest animal hospital is in Panama City, about thirty minutes to the south of Clarksville. You will need to plan your vet visits around this distance and make sure that if you notice any problems with your pup that you make arrangements for care as soon as possible. The veterinary staff in the towns surrounding Clarksville are friendly and compassionate and will help you make the most out of each visit. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clarksville, FL

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    Population Density 11/sq mi

    #1 Clarksville

    Clarksville is a peaceful community, pawticularly for dog owners. There is plenty of real estate if you are looking to move your fur family into the area. Compass Lake is about a thirty-minute drive to the northwest of Clarksville. It is well worth the drive if you are looking for a place to take your pup for some one-on-one time on the weekend. The lake is surrounded by green grass, and you are both welcome to lay out a picnic blanket and enjoy that Florida sunshine. Just make sure you have a secure leash and plenty of waste bags on hand.
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    Population Density 328/sq mi

    #2 Blountstown

    Blountstown is a community just 10 minutes to the east of Clarksville. This town is home to the beautiful M&B Railroad Park, where leashed pets are a welcome sight as long as you clean up after them and keep them close to you. Make sure you have plenty of waste bags on hand and have a tennis ball or two with you to throw around when your pup needs some extra exercise. You will find Sam Atkins Park just a few minutes down the main road is a larger green space with plenty of room for an entire afternoon of pupperific fun!
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    Population Density 54/sq mi

    #3 Youngstown

    Youngstown is a lovely community just a few minutes to the southwest of Clarksville. This is a great community to visit or live in if you and your dog love the outdoors. The Ecofina Creek Water Management Area is a popular destination for nature enthusiasts who get their kicks both on and off land. You can kayak or hike here, and the nearby Florida Trail Highway 20 Trailhead offers a more challenging path if you are looking for a reason to harness up and head out. Just make sure you have plenty of drinking water for the two of you, as well as some dry towels!
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    Population Density 55/sq mi

    #4 Florida Highway Estates

    Florida Highway Estates is a lovely pup-friendly residential area in Fountain, just a few minutes to the west of Clarksville. This neighborhood is split by Sweetwater Creek, a natural water source which will lead you all the way up to the Floirda Trail Scott Road Trailhead, where you will find miles of gorgeous trails for hiking and exploring with your dog. Just make sure you have your dog's favorite harness and plenty of drinking water ready to go for the trip. You will also need some doggy waste bags tucked away in your pack for quick and easy clean up as you stop to rest.
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    Population Density 650/sq mi

    #5 Torreya State Park

    Torreya State Park is a puptastic place just thirty minutes to the east of Clarksville. This natural oasis is well worth the trip on a warm weekend, with an abundance of green grass, hiking trails, walking paths, and a fantastic view of the Apalachicola River. This river is wide and deep with plenty of bright sand to dig your toes (or paws!) on a warm day. Leashed pups are welcome, but you must keep your dog secure and safe on a leash throughout the entire park to make for a pleasant experience for everyone involved. Don't forget the tennis balls!
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