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Dog Areas in Dalton

Dalton is a medium-sized city in Whitfield County, Georgia that is home to a large number of the nation's manufacturers that produce floor covering, including carpets, rugs, and vinyl flooring. The city was named after the American politician Tristram Dalton. Another thing that's interesting about this place is that the Northwest Georgia Trade and Convention Center is located here, which is where you'll find the Georgia Athletic Coaches' Hall of Fame. 

Like most places in Georgia, the climate in Dalton is humid subtropical, which means that, if you decide to move here, you're in for hot, humid summers and mildly cold winters. You and your pooch can explore the great outdoors all year round here! There are seven veterinary hospitals, clinics, and services in Dalton that will help you and your pooch in case of accident or emergency. If you and your dog need a place to spend a couple of nights in Dalton, you'll have plenty of options: La Quinta Inn & Suites Dalton, Quality Inn Dalton, and Days Inn Dalton all welcome canine guests. 

When it comes to dog-friendly restaurants, Dalton has plenty of them. We recommend Hamilton's Food & Spirits, Cheesecake Heaven, Chelsea's on Thornton, and Gondolier Pizza. Whether you want to chow down with your hound or explore beautiful natural spaces, Dalton has a little something for every pup and person!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dalton

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    #1 Cannondale

    The closest dog park to Dalton is the Heritage Dog Park, located around 28 miles away. You can find this park in the Cannondale neighborhood of Chattanooga, TN. The park is spacious and includes fenced areas for both small and large doggos. There is a water station in the park so dogs can stay hydrated while playing with their furry friends, and there is also a bath station for dirty pups. If you go there on a sunny day, you can sit on the benches and enjoy the park's cool shade. Agility equipment assures you that your pup will have an extra fun time here!
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    #2 Broad St

    Another furrific park that you can take your pup to is the Chattanooga Chew Chew Canine Park, located in central Chattanooga. The fully fenced area offers separate spaces for small and large pups. This park has lots to offer! Water fountains and waste removal stations are available, as well as fire hydrants and plenty of greenery. Your pup will love playing on the agility equipment that the park has in place, and you can sit back on the benches and relax. During the winter months, the water is turned off, so if you're visiting in winter, don't forget to bring your own water.
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    #3 Hixson

    Thirty-six miles away from Dalton, you can find the Greenway Farm Dog Park. This park has a large, properly fenced area where your pup can hang out with other doggies. The place includes a separate area for small doggos in case you don't want your petite pup ruffhousing in the large dog area. Water is provided, as well as benches for the dog owners. A couple of trees in the fenced area provide a bit of shade. If you're just looking for a quick stroll, you can walk on the trails outside of the fenced area with your pup and even visit the nearby creek.
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    #4 Central Lookout Mountain

    Sometimes, a fenced park isn't the right choice for your hyper hound. If you're looking for an awesome mountain adventure, visit Rock City Gardens! You can find this place around 35 miles away from Dalton, in central Lookout Mountain. Pets are allowed on the trails and in the gardens as long as they're leashed and cleaned up after by their humans. One of the trails, called The Enchanted Trail, will lead you through a 14-acre area enriched with over 400 species of flora, mesmerizing views, a waterfall, and a lot more! Exercise caution on the narrow pathways, especially when there's a crowd.
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    #5 East Chatsworth

    Around 20 miles east of Dalton, you can find another great place where you and your pup can hang out called Fort Mountain State Park. This expansive state park is located in East Chatsworth. Here, you can enjoy more than 50 miles of trails that are used for motorbiking and horse riding. These trails range from easy to challenging in difficulty, so you'll find the pawfect adventure here whether you're a seasoned hiker or just starting out. You'll have to keep your four-legged friend on a leash that is no longer than six feet. There are cute cottages in the park that dogs are allowed to stay in for an additional fee per stay.
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