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Dog Walking in Jesup

Nestled on the banks of the Altamaha River in the heart of Southeast Georgia, Jesup is a charming community that maintains a close connection to its past. It is home to one of the state's few remaining drive-in movie theaters, and trains still travel through the city daily. Jesup has two animal hospitals to ensure that visiting and residing canines are able to enjoy all that the city has to offer.

The Cracker Williams Park is a nice spot to spend some quality time with your furry best friend. Leash up and take a stroll on the grassy areas at this beautiful park, which houses a large social hall that the residents use for gatherings and reunions. Several trees throughout the site offer ample shade and give the park a woodsy feel despite its downtown location.

Should you and Fido find yourselves in the eastern part of town, stop by the Hungry Hillbilly's Grill and BBQ to grab some grub. This eatery has some outdoor tables at the back, so you can enjoy your meal with your pup by your side. The outdoor dining area is right next to a duck pond, so Fido might make some bird friends while you're there.

Expect to have a pawrific time with your pooch in Jesup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jesup

Old Jesup

48
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
2,839 per sq. mi.

Old Jesup

48

If your dog is an adorable furball of unlimited energy, take him to the Jesup Dog Park so he can run it all off. Located on East Plum Street, this fenced-in, off-leash dog park has two separate areas for large and small dogs, and benches for the dog parents. Pick-up bags are also provided in case you forgot to bring your own. The Jesup Dog Park is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so Fido can run and play unfettered anytime. Make sure your pup's rabies vaccine is up to date, and that he's wearing his tag and ID on his collar.

Golden Isles Pkwy

36
Population Density
202 per sq. mi.

Golden Isles Pkwy

36

Is your pup bored and in need of some exercise? Take him for a leashed walk at the Bill Morris Park. This spacious park contains multiple athletic fields, as well as a mile-long nature trail that goes around the James Boykin Lake. Go for a leisurely stroll around the water and say hello to the ducks that call it home. The lake is named for county commissioner James Boykin, who played a key role in improving the recreational opportunities in the community. Note that shade is limited at the Bill Morris Park, so wear sunscreen and bring enough water for you and your pooch.

East Jesup

24
Population Density
1,068 per sq. mi.

East Jesup

24

For pet-friendly accommodations in Jesup, check into the Quality Inn, where pets up to 20 pounds are allowed for an additional fee. Offering the conveniences of a contemporary hotel in a country inn setting, the Quality Inn features rooms that are furnished with comfortable pillow top beds, a work area with free Wi-Fi, cable TV, and more. Another option is the nearby Baymont Inn & Suites, which welcomes two pets up to 30 pounds for an extra fee. The Baymont's rooms include a sitting area, mini refrigerator, microwave, and flat-screen HDTV. Always contact your hotel in advance to make sure you get a pet-friendly room!

Northeast Jesup

12
Population Density
40 per sq. mi.

Northeast Jesup

12

Head up northeast to the Jesup Drive-In Theatre to enjoy a blast from the past with your pup! Opened in 1948, the Jesup Drive-In is the oldest drive-in in Georgia and one of the few left in the entire country. The drive-in plays contemporary flicks in a vintage setting, complete with carhops dressed in '50s outfits serving diner food. After the movie, get a good night's sleep at Motel Jesup, where pets of any size are welcome for a nominal fee. The motel's amenities include free Wi-Fi, free parking, and a picnic area, while rooms are equipped with refrigerators, microwaves, and flat-screen TVs.

Forest View

0
Population Density
1,728 per sq. mi.

Forest View

0

This neighborhood in nearby Hinesville, 25 miles northeast of Jesup, has two woofderful parks for you and Fido to enjoy. Spanning 150 acres, the Bryant Commons is a beautiful passive park where you and your pooch can take a leashed stroll around the 15-acre pond and along the Veterans Memorial Walk. Half a mile away is the smaller Bradwell Park, which features benches, a gazebo, and mature trees. A serene spot in the heart of the city, this park hosts a weekly farmers market and is a good place to rest if you and Fido need to take a break from walking around downtown.