Dog walking in Chatsworth

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Dog Walking in Chatsworth

Welcome to Chatsworth, a pleasant town nestled in the Northwest Georgia Mountains. Dubbed the "Gateway to the Appalachians," this beautiful town has plenty to offer in the way of sights, attractions, and pet-friendly vibes. Chatsworth is well-known for its stunning mountain vistas, as well as its low crime rate, which makes it an excellent option for furry families!  

Thinking of moving to northwest Georgia? Find an affordable place in Chatsworth that welcomes your fur-kids and settle into the cozy suburban charm that envelops the area. Plus, you can load up the car and drive less an hour over the border to the neighboring city of Chattanooga, TN.  

Sunny weather abounds in Chatsworth, so those who appreciate the great outdoors will find plenty to do to pass the time. Enjoy longs walks in the Chatsworth City Park with Fido, but remember to keep them safely leashed. The Murray County Recreation Department on Chestnut Street also offers 30 acres of parkland where you can both stretch your legs! Don’t forget to take a trip out to the Chattahoochee National Forest, where you can camp out with your pup. For an extra fee, you can even rent a cabin in Fort Mountain! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chatsworth

Fort Mountain State Park

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Fort Mountain State Park

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Speaking of Fort Mountain, this beautiful state park has over 3,000 acres of beautiful Cohutta Wilderness to explore. Fort Mountain State Park is just a 20-minute drive away from the center of Chatsworth. Here, you’ll find hiking trails that show off the remarkable views of Fort Mountain. The Fort Mountain Lake Trail, for example, is pawfect for Fido! Along with 1.1 miles of short, mostly flat trails, you can enjoy a lush green tunnel that flourishes beautifully in the spring. For overnight stays, you can pitch a tent in one of the campgrounds, but be sure pups stay on a leash shorter than 6 feet while in the park.

Cloudland Canyon State Park

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Population Density
45 per sq. mi.

Cloudland Canyon State Park

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About 60 miles west of Chatsworth and just a few minutes outside of Rising Fawn, GA is the Cloudland Canyon State Park. Here, you can enjoy plenty of outdoor activities with your pups while reveling in the breathtaking canyon views that give the park its name. Camp on a hemlock grove, discover waterfalls and hike up to 1,900 feet with your favorite furry friend. This incredibly popular Georgia state park is family-friendly, and you can even rent a pet-friendly cabin! Keep your vacation going with a trip down to Rising Fawn for a culture-rich town named for the child of the area's former Cherokee chieftain.

Cannondale

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Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,612 per sq. mi.

Cannondale

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Looking for a dog park where Fido can let loose and run off-leash with other pups their size? Head over to Cannondale, a neighborhood just over the state line in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and visit the off-leash dog park tucked away in Heritage Park. After a trip at the Heritage Dog Park, wag over to Bruster’s Real Ice Cream. You can enjoy a sweet treat and get Fido one, too! If you are thinking of moving to the area, Cannondale has tons of lovely homes pawfect for you and your four-legged companions. The neighborhood boasts a beautiful suburban charm just a few minutes away from the center of a big city!

Big Canoe

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Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
435 per sq. mi.

Big Canoe

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Just 10 minutes outside of Atlanta and about 50 miles away from Chatsworth is the private community district of Big Canoe. This prestigious mountain society consists of a gated association sandwiched between the Sconti, Disharoon, and Petit Lakes. This hidden area is flush with furrific views of the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains. With tons amenities for its residents and year-round visitors, Big Canoe has plenty to offer – including two dog parks! These fully-stocked parks, like the Wildcat Dog Park, provide separate areas for large and small dogs so that they can play comfortably. You can also leash up and explore over 20 miles of hiking trails within Big Canoe, along with tons of other activities!

Amicalola

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Population Density
49 per sq. mi.

Amicalola

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Georgia is flush with spectacular sights nestled away in the dozens of parks throughout the state. As its name suggests, Amicalola Falls State Park is revered for its phenomenal waterfall, which spans over 729 feet tall – making it the biggest waterfall in the Southeast. To see the waterfall, visitors must hike 7.5 miles from Springer Mountain, but it is well worth it! Plus, Fido is always welcome, but be sure to keep them on a leash no longer than 6 feet. Amicalola Falls also marks the southernmost point of the Appalachian Trail, which is a National Scenic Trail spanning over 2,200 miles throughout the East Coast.