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Dog Areas in Grovetown

5 Parks
19 Shops
16 Eateries
2 Groomers

Grovetown, Georgia is a cozy Southern town that was established thanks to the railroad. Once the depot went up in 1881, the town grew around it. You and Fido will feel the small-town charm of this beautiful locale as you walk through the city streets. The townsfolk are always welcoming, so don't be surprised if you see people waving as you walk by. The city's history is on display in the architecture and well as in the museum.

Grovetown is a pupular place for pet owners thanks to an abundance of green spaces and recreation opportunities. Goodale Park offers trails, playgrounds, and even picnic areas for you to enjoy. You can even bring your leashed dog with you to get some exercise. The trails here aren't paved, though, so wear some good walking shoes.

Grovetown Trails at Euchee Creek are simply pawfect for a morning of exercise. There are several trails that are open for you and your dog to enjoy. They are on-leash trails, but there are usually other dogs here for your dog to greet. It is open all year long from dawn to dusk.

You and your precious pup will go mutts for everything Grovetown has to offer pet owners!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Grovetown

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 772/sq mi

    #1 Olde Town

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    Augusta is just over ten miles from Grovetown. This muttropolis has a few options for pet families. If you're hungry, you can stop by New Moon Cafe and grab a bite to eat with your dog in tow. This is a local coffee shop that has fresh baked goods and sandwiches. It is the pawfect place to start your day on the right foot! (Or paw.) Their outdoor tables are pet-friendly to any pup that is on a leash. Stop by day of the week -- you will be impressed with the quality of the food and the friendliness of the staff.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 772/sq mi

    #2 Riverwalk

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    If you're looking for an adventure that is peaceful and exciting, then you should consider a riverboat tour. The Patriot is a dog-friendly water tour down the Savannah River. The views are simply breathtaking! There are some rules, though. Your pup has to be well-behaved and on a leash on at all times. You are responsible for your pup. Your whole family will love this tour because it is a unique experience that you can't get just anywhere. You'll have to call ahead for reservations and let them know you're bringing your dog. Tours aren't always canceled due to rain, but they may be canceled in inclement or dangerous weather conditions.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 772/sq mi

    #3 Augusta Downtown Historic District (Downtown)

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    If you and your hound get hungry while exploring Augusta, head to Nacho Mama's. Their award-winning fare will leave you begging for more than your full belly can handle. All of their outdoor seating is dog-friendly as long as you keep your dog on a leash. The area is pretty and scenic, which makes sitting outside even more enjoyable. They are open daily and serve mouthwatering light bites like burritos, nachos, salads, and more. Try the Big Juan nachos, loaded down with roasted potatoes, pico de gallo, Monterey Jack cheese, and mango habanero salsa. Bring some treats along so Fido doesn't get jealous!
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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 772/sq mi

    #4 National Hills

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    Any Rails-to-Trails experience is going to be unique and beautiful. The Augusta Canal Trail is no different. While most Rails-to-Trails pathways take you through scenic natural areas, this one includes a beautiful tour of the historic areas of Augusta. You and your dog can walk through the trails together and see what the passengers along the former railroad would have seen. You'll need a leash to enjoy these trails. Most of the trail is unpaved, featuring a mix of dirt and rocks, but there are some sections of paved road. It is considered an easy trail to walk. You can access the trail from Eisenhower Park.
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    Population Density 772/sq mi

    #5 Pendleton King Park

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    Pendleton King Park is a family-friendly park where you can play the day away. There is plenty to do here, whether you want to play for a while or get a walk in. There is even a disc golf course! If you want something for your fur-baby to do, then you should check out the Bark Park. This is an off-leash park where your dog can play with other pups. The park provides water at the water stations, and the doggie waste bags are stocked and ready for you to use. This is a public park, so you don't need to register -- you can just come and play!
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