Dog walking in St Marks

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Donna MSt Marks, FL

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Hello everyone! I’m Donna and I am very happy to help you with your pups! I love dogs of all sizes and can be available for different walking services.

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Ava RSt Marks, FL

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Hi I’m Ava Redding! I’m 19 years old and attend college in Tallahassee! I am an avid dog lover and tend to be very good at handling any type of dog whether he/she is energetic, aged, or timid. My dog is a beagle mix and deals with severe anxiety, so I am very good at making timid dogs comfortable!

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Sydney WSt Marks, FL

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Hello! My name is Sydney! I am a nurturing, lighthearted, animal lover! I am extremely active and would love to help you and your puppers in anyway! (: I am willing to work with all shapes, sizes and ages of dogs! Please don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions! I look forward to hearing from you!

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Shelton WSt Marks, FL

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“Business focused; great handling and care.”

I've owned 3 dogs, who I raised and watched over. I love to be around animals and I find connecting with dogs easy. Because I’ve spent time with many different breeds, different sizes and personalities as well, I grown to get along and work well with dogs. I look forward to meeting different breeds and their owners.

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Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker

Dog Walking in St Marks

Saint Marks is a small city located 20 miles south of Florida’s capital Tallahassee, in Wakulla County. With less than 300 people residing in the whole town, this is a perfect spot for a quiet getaway with your pooch. There aren’t any vets in Saint Mark’s, but five animal hospitals and a vet clinic are located nearby in Crawfordville.

This area is perfect for getting out and about for a good walk. The Wakulla River Park has a lovely little path where you can walk Fido on-lead along the river. San Marco De Apalache Historical Park is another great local place for a walk. Here you will find the southern end of the Tallahassee - Saint Marks Historic Railroad State Trail. This unused railroad corridor from years gone by is now a fantastic dog-friendly walking track enjoyed by many locals and visitors alike. The entire asphalted trail is 16 miles in length, but you can choose to travel as much or as little as you like.

In town, Cooter Stew Café offers a dog-friendly dining experience. Here you can enjoy a burger, hand-cut fries or a selection of fresh sandwiches. Pups are welcome at the outside tables, and may enjoy listening to the live music with you!

If you are after a peaceful getaway, Saint Marks is the place to go. With scenic walks, quaint dog-friendly eating places, and easy access to many other poocheriffic towns nearby, your pup is sure to have a great time with you!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in St Marks

Saint Marks

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Population Density
5 per sq. mi.

Saint Marks

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The Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge offers walking trails, access to the river, and a wonderful nature-filled outing for you and your pooch. From here, you can take a walk down to the beach and around the trails of Mounds Pool. You will need to keep your pup on a lead through this area as it is a nature preserve, and don’t forget your clean up bags. After you have explored the trails and waterways, head to Ouzts' Too Oyster Bar and Grill for a delicious meal of seafood, burgers, or pit-smoked barbeque. Your dog is welcome to join you here at one of the outside tables.

Bethel/Hilliardville

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Population Density
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Bethel/Hilliardville

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To the north of Saint Marks, in Crawfordville, you will find another great pup-friendly place for a walk. The Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park offers walking trails and a beach, where you can spot a host of incredible wildlife including birds, turtles, gators, and even manatees if you are lucky! Nearby is the Cherokee Sink Trail. This 2.4 mile-long walking track within Wakulla Springs State Park takes you down to a former swimming hole and along several viewpoints above and along the sink. Keep pup on a lead in both of these areas, and don’t forget your clean up bags.

Crawfordville Parks

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Population Density
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Crawfordville Parks

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Over in Crawfordville, to the west of Saint Marks, are a couple of great little dog-friendly parks. Hudson Park has a paved half-mile walking path around it and is a lovely place to stop for a picnic. Close by is Azalea Park, with another great paved walking track to take a stroll around. There is a toilet block here and easy access to the main centre of Crawfordville. Pup will need to stay leashed in both of these parks. If you are looking for a pup-tastic place for lunch, visit Lindy’s Fried Chicken, where you can both enjoy a good meal at one of the outside tables.

Wacissa/Waukeenah

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Population Density
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Wacissa/Waukeenah

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The Aucilla Wildlife Management Area is a beautiful place to take your pup for a walk and to soak up some nature. Located just a little northeast of Saint Marks, Aucilla WMA sits between two rivers and provides a fantastic place for an on-lead hike with incredibly diverse scenery. There are paved roads through the area, as well as numerous trails, including sections of the Florida National Scenic Trail that covers an impressive 1300 miles throughout the state. Within the WMA, there is also the Aucilla Sinks Trail to explore and the 7.1-mile Aucilla River Trail. Make sure you take plenty of water for you both here, wear protective, comfortable clothing, and clean up after your dog. 

Helen/Norfleet

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To the north of Saint Marks, just below Tallahassee, is the Apalachicola Wildlife Management Area, where hikers with pups are welcome to enjoy a walk along the Ochlockonee River and through the oak and pine trees. Your pooch will need to stay on a lead through here as it is a part of a National Park, and make sure you clean up after him. There are numerous trails through the area and plenty of wildlife to spot along the way, including herons, deer, ducks and even turkeys. There aren’t any facilities up here, so pack water and any snacks you and pup might like.