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Dog Areas in Hahira

A picturesque, beautiful town located in southern Georgia, Hahira is definitely one of a kind. This town is lush green and full of trees, animals and winding dirt roads. Although there are not a lot of dog parks in the area, there are plenty of things you and your pup can do in your free time. 

The most popular activity for locals with pets is to run through the gorgeous, serene neighborhoods with their dogs. Don't be too surprised if you see children in the neighborhood selling lemonade and Girl Scout cookies. The streets are lined with trees, and the older the neighborhoods, the bigger and mossier the trees. You will often see pups running with their humans on dirt roads. Just be weary of other animals, as snake and lizard sightings are completely normal here.

Many humans even decide to take advantage of the nearby horse riding classes and take their horses on trails through the forest with their pups. Could you imagine a better day than that? When you're done relaxing in the sun, you can head to one of the many restaurants that Hahira is home to. Just make sure you call in advance to see if pups are allowed to dine.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hahira

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 406/sq mi

    #1 Bemiss


    Because Hahira is purely a residential city, there are not any large parks here. To get to the closest dog park in the area, you will have to drive fifteen minutes south to Bemiss, in the large neighboring city of Valdosta. Here, you will find Freedom Park. True to its name, Freedom Park will give your pooch just that -- freedom! The park is open to all in the community with plenty of ball fields and golf course. And the best part? There is a dog park within the park where dogs can run freely and play on the agility equipment. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 56/sq mi

    #2 Central Lakeland

    If you drive less than twenty minutes from your home in Hahira, you will arrive in Central Lakeland -- home to the Banks Lake National Wildlife Refuge. This gigantic nature preserve is 4,049 acres with plenty of open space. It is also a natural location for an ancient geologic sink. The refuge welcomes all leashed dogs. Not only are there plenty of trails to choose from and open spaces to sit and relax in, but the park also has plenty of wildlife viewing spots. You know your pooch would love to watch the ducks in the water or the deer prance through the forest. It is also a popular destination among locals year round for fishing! Who wouldn't love a day outdoors with their pooch boating, fishing and relaxing?
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 678/sq mi

    #3 Adel

    Located only fifteen miles north of Hahira is the quiet, quaint city of Adel. Central Adel is home to what can only be seen as a beautiful, serene park perfect for a sunny Georgia afternoon. Adel City Park does not have a dog park, but it is a medium-sized stretch of land with attractive brick accents, making it perfect to take photos of your pup. It also has plenty of playground equipment if you want to make it a family event and take some toddlers along. Just be sure to take a leash and your own doggie poop bags as the park does not provide any.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 84/sq mi

    #4 Deenwood

    Georgians are incredibly lucky people. Not only do they get to live in a beautiful place, but they are also surrounded by gigantic nature preserves. If you drive an hour from your home in Hahira, you can visit the Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge. This nature preserve is like no other. It has plenty of amenities, guided tours and restaurants. However, alligators roam freely in the park, so you will definitely want to keep your beloved companion on a leash at all times! Consider making your trip to Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge a day trip and spend your time exploring the vast forest and swampland.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 84/sq mi

    #5 Berlin

    Located less than fifteen miles from Hahira, in the town of Berlin, is Reed Bingham State Park. Like many other state parks, Reed Bingham does not have a designated area for dogs. However, it is 1,613 acres in size with a 375-acre lake. You and your pup will definitely be able to find a quiet spot to play, eat food or relax. Just make sure you keep your pooch on a leash, as every now and then there are alligator sightings. When you are done playing in nature, you can always check out the mini-golf course and gift shop.
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