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Dog Areas in Calvary

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Calvary, Georgia is the kind of small town everyone wants to escape to now and then. It is a place with a strong sense of community. This is a town that has never had more than 250 residents. It thrives not because of its size, but because of the people that live in it. The Calvary Baptist is the reason for them in the first place. The church was established in 1882. It is still an active church that is a historical landmark. The original building has been restored and updated, but you can still feel the same sense of community and brotherly love when you visit. 

One of the things that bring people to Calvary is its location right next to Georgia Pines hunting grounds. They specialize in training dogs with their owners so that you can take your dog hunting with you. They open their land for hunting, fishing, and bird watching. It is assumed that you will bring a dog with you when you come to visit. They encourage owners to take a hands-on approach to training and teaching across all aspects of the dog's life. The entire property welcomes off-leash dogs and their owners to explore or walk the trails. The trails are clearly marked, but you don't have to stay on them if you don't want to. 

You'll find more conventional dog-friendly amenities just a short drive from Calvary.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Calvary

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 98/sq mi

    #1 Hinson Main St.

    Havana Hobbit is a great sports bar that is only about ten miles from Calvary. You can bring your dog with you so you can grab a beer or two with your buddies. You should try the bottle caps -- they're a local favorite. Pair them with a fried egg burger and you have a hearty meal that will leave your belly full and your dog's tail wagging. They have a big screen so that you can catch the game if you want to. This is a great environment to spend time with your dog, but remember it is loud. Make sure your dog can handle the crowd before you come.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 98/sq mi

    #2 May Nursery Rd

    Chuckwagon BBQ has a fully covered and screened-in patio that is open for you and your dog to enjoy a mouthwatering chicken sandwich. You can stop in for lunch and get a quick bite, or come and sit for a while with a plate special. All of their meat is slow-cooked and falls right off the down. The smell is enough to have your belly growling before you get in the building. This great place is only about ten miles from you. Come on over and make sure you bring your appetite (and a leash). Don't forget to try the pie!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 98/sq mi

    #3 Downtown

    Oscar's in Havana is about ten miles from you. You can bring your dog along to enjoy some classic Italian food. The mouthwatering combinations they use in their sandwiches will have you coming back for more. You can make reservations for a fancy dinner with your other half. You could also just stop in for a slice of pizza covered in pepperoni and gooey cheese. This is a great place for simple yet hearty food choices. Your dog is welcome to join you whenever you would like; just remember to bring your leash and a water bowl.
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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 108/sq mi

    #4 S Broad St.

    Cairo City Grill has burgers that are topped with fried cheese sticks and then covered in ranch. Need we say more?! You can also get steaks cooked to perfection while you wait, or even order a meal to-go. This is the place to go for classic American cuisine. From jalapeno poppers to classic salads, you'll find something that you will love to munch on. You can bring your dog with you to enjoy all this deliciousness as long as you don't mind sitting on the covered deck while you eat. Don't forget that you need to bring a leash with you. A water bowl is probably a good idea, too.
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 112/sq mi

    #5 Pinetree Ave

    Thomasville Dog Park is nearly a half-hour drive away, but every mile is worth it for several reasons! First, there are three fenced-in areas to run and play in. Sometimes, the park opens all three areas up so that they are one big area. Water stations are provided, and the park keeps the cleaning stations stocked and the trash cans clean and empty. All you need to worry about is bringing Fido's favorite toy (and plenty of energy)! The whole area is an off-leash heaven for dogs to come and just enjoy being a dog.
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