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Dog Areas in Fort Oglethorpe

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Fort Oglethorpe is located in Georgia, but is only a fifteen-minute drive from nearby Tennessee, so it is a natural attraction to visitors looking to see both states in a short time period.  In Fort Oglethorpe, you will find dog lovers abound, and those with furry pets will be glad to know they are currently in the process of building a pawesome off-leash dog park!

Visitors to this lovely city can find accommodations at the Battlefield Inn (small dogs only, with a pet fee, but you can have multiple pets), Super 8 (small dogs only, with a pet fee and a max of one pet), or their selection of Air BnB rentals with varying pet policies and fees. Once you settle in, you and Fido can find a meal at the local fast food joint, which welcomes dogs at the outdoor tables.

While you are exploring this historic city, be sure to visit Chickamauga Battlefield Memorial Trail, where you both explore and imagine you stepped back in time to the Civil War era. There is a museum on-site, but only service pets are allowed inside.

No need to worry on your trip about Fido's health -- if there are any concerns, you can confidently visit one of the five different veterinary and animal wellness clinics for top-of-the-line health care no matter the problem!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fort Oglethorpe

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 692/sq mi

    #1 Green Acres

    One of the distinctly unique neighborhoods in Fort Oglethorpe is Green Acres, known for its diversity.  In fact, many of its residents speak primarily German/Yiddish! This suburban neighborhood has a population made up mostly of families, so you will likely run into many children who will want to play with Fido on your nightly walks.  The low population density and friendly atmosphere make Green Acres a great neighborhood to leash up and explore.  While there are no parks here, the scenery is still beautiful anywhere you go in north Georgia, so bring a camera and a supply of water, and go enjoy the peace and quiet of this diverse area.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 692/sq mi

    #2 Heritage Woods

    Heritage Woods/Colony Circle is a larger neighborhood in Fort Oglethorpe where you can find many restaurants and retail stores to get your basic necessities for your trip.  Many of the stores are pet-friendly for small, well-behaved pets.  Pet care is available in one of the animal medical centers located here, should anything unexpected occur on your trip.  While there are no specific trails or parks in the neighborhood, you can always take Fido for a stroll -- as long as he is leashed -- through the Farmer's Market, where you are sure to find goodies and treats to set his tongue wagging!
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    Population Density 2,706/sq mi

    #3 Westside

    Across the Georgia/Tennessee border, just a quick ten-mile drive from the city of Fort Oglethorpe, you and Fido can play all day in Chattanooga at the Chattanooga Chew Chew Canine Park. At this fully fenced-in park, which is separated for big and small dogs, you can enjoy the spaciously situated benches while Fido enjoys his freedom and exercises on the provided agility equipment specially designed for the best physical activity for your canine companion. Your dogs will enjoy the finishing touch of the fire hydrant bathrooms, and clean drinking water for Fido to stay hydrated is available seasonally.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,930/sq mi

    #4 Central Lookout Mountain

    Just 30 minutes from Fort Oglethorpe, you and Fido can sniff out an un-fur-gettable adventure! Hounds who love to hike will pawsitively love Lookout Mountain, the scene of the Battle of Lookout Mountain during the American Civil War.  Fido will be in doggie heaven as he chases squirrels through the woods while you traverse the path that takes you to the peak of the mountain.  At the highest points, you can see the states of Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee.  You can also explore the caves of Ruby Falls.  Be sure to bring lots of water for your expedition!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 617/sq mi

    #5 West Ringgold

    Looking for a yummy pup-friendly restaurant to dine at while you are visiting Fort Oglethorpe?  Check out Tres Amigos in Ringgold, near the Ringgold City Center.  At this family-friendly Mexican restaurant, you can enjoy the festive atmosphere and ambiance on one of their five outside tables while partaking in authentic Mexican cuisine and dog-friendly treats.  Before you eat, check out the Elsie A. Holmes Nature Park on the other side of town, where you and Fido can enjoy a nice midday stroll along the shaded nature trails.  Make sure you hit the park early, though -- their normal operating hours are from 9 to 5 seven days a week.
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