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Dog Areas in Chickamauga

2 Parks
2 Trails
1 Eatery
1 Groomer

Brick buildings, historic charm, gazebo-sprinkled parks and old battle cannons? You must be in no other than in Chickamauga, Georgia! This beautiful city and its residents take pride in their historic heritage and Southern welcome. While there are no pet hospitals in Chickamauga, but vet clinics can be easily found in the surrounding small towns.

Chickamauga remains a small city, but you and your pup will have a jolly good time nonetheless strolling in the center at the pawpular Helicopter Park. In remembrance of two fallen Chickamauga soldiers during the Vietnam War, this park features a Huey Helicopter on a pedestal in the middle of the park (hence its name). Around the park are walking trails, children’s playgrounds, picnic tables, gazebos, and grassy areas where you and Fido can play a round of lawn volleyball or soccer.

Check-in to Chickamauga’s local hotel at the General Bragg Inn for a pawsome overnight sleep next to your pal. Pet-friendly rooms are available for an extra fee per night, and all rooms come with a complimentary continental breakfast.

You and Fido will have a furtastic time exploring this charming Southern city! Wag on over to Chickamauga today, where homemade fudge, freshly popped kettle corn, historic museums and parks await you and your furry friend’s visit!  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chickamauga

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    Population Density 672/sq mi

    #1 Shadynook

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    Once you’re finished exploring Chickamauga’s charming downtown, head north to Fort Oglethrope and it's Shadynook neighborhood to discover the historic Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. You and your pal will be in awe at the preserved sites where two major battles of the American Civil War took place. Your doggoe is more than welcome to join in on the history lesson, as long as he is leashed. Note that pups are not allowed in the visitor’s center. Optimize your experience with Fido by staying overnight at the Battlefield Inn. Conveniently located, you will be just a paw away from all of the main attractions!
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    Population Density 255/sq mi

    #2 Kay Conley

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    Wag southeast of Chickamauga to the Kay Conley neighborhood in Rock Springs for a barking good time chowing down at the locally-owned Bob’s Brick Oven. There are plenty of outdoor seating for you to enjoy a bite with Fido. Choose from their diverse menu of melty, wood-fired pizzas and homemade ice creams. Pizzas can be customized so if you’re a pupperoni-lover, order double! Your faithful friend will love their special ice cream flavors, so don’t forget to ask about their daily rotations so you’re sure not to miss out on your favorite. Come to Bob’s Brick Oven to enjoy one of the world’s most loved foods with your puppy pal!

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    Population Density 725/sq mi

    #3 Lookout Mountain South

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    North of Chickamauga is the Tennessee/Georgia border. Wag to Lookout Mountain South in Lookout Mountain on the Georgia side to explore a variety of outdoor activities and cafes. Strap up your booties and leash up your pup to hit the trails at Rock City. Leashed furry friends are invited to hike with their humans on woody trails inside the Rock Gardens. Rock City features 14 acres of property with over 400 diverse species of flora, a waterfall, and pawtastic panoramic views that stretch across seven states on clear days! While you’re hiking the trails, don’t miss out on Southern cuisine at the pup-favorite Cafe 7, located at the Lover’s Leap lookout of Rock City.
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    Population Density 757/sq mi

    #4 Battlefield Parkway

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    The Battlefield Parkway neighborhood in the small nearby town of Ringgold is the pawfect location for you and your pup to chow down on cheesy quesadillas and bean-stuffed burritos at the locally-owned Tres Amigos. Fill up on delicious Mexican grub before you check-in at the pawtacular Battlefield Campground & RV Park, where you and Fido can swim during certain times of the year, play a game of horseshoes, walk on the nature trail, roast marshmallows over an open fire, or just hang out and chat to fellow doggoes and campers! You and your pup will have a furtastic time sleeping out in the woods of North Georgia and exploring the scenic surroundings.
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    Population Density 636/sq mi

    #5 Sand Mountain

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    Discover what lies beyond the west of Chickamauga by wagging to the small town of Trenton. Take an overnight trip to the Sand Mountain neighborhood to enjoy panoramic views, delicious food, and a restful stay in a pup-friendly hotel. If you're traveling via I-59, exit and grab lunch at the wooftastic Gurthrie's Chicken Fingers located right in the town. Tasty and crispy chicken sandwiches, fingers, wings and more are ready to be devoured by you and Fido. Make sure to sit outdoors where if you "drop" a bite, your pup can clean up quickly and sneakily. Come stay awhile and check-in at the budget-friendly Days Inn Trenton hotel which is conveniently located to nearby towns and attractions.
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