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Dog Areas in Luthersville

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Luthersville, Georgia is a city that was once the underdog. It was created and thrived along the rail line. As that rail line become a part of history, Luthersville looked like it was going to become a ghost town like so many other cities. Then, something amazing happened. The city residents came together and rallied their support for the city! Now, the city has acquired more land and has become the strong city that the residents knew that it would be. 

As you walk through the city, you will see that it is a quaint, family-friendly locale. The neighbors wave as you walk by. You can walk your dog down the street and everyone will ask you how you are. It is a friendly city full of history. As you walk, please check out the Chamber of Commerce. They can help you to map all historic places so that you can discover what the city was like when it was founded. You will also learn what the residents did to save their city and why they worked so hard to do so.

Unfortunately, there aren't many Fido-friendly attractions within Luthersville, but you'll find plenty of things to do just a short drive away. From day camps to many shops, Luthersville offers many activities for you to do with your family. If you're looking for a quiet city that looks like it came straight out of a black-and-white movie, Luthersville is the pawfect place for you!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Luthersville

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,346/sq mi

    #1 East Peachtree City

    Did someone say tacos? You simply must make a trip over to Los Mariachis to get some of their delicious tacos. You only have to drive about 17 miles to get your paws on some delicious Mexican food. Your pet is more than welcome to join you at any of the outdoor tables as long as he's on a leash. You can get authentic Mexican food that smells almost as good as it tastes! The enchiladas are a local favorite. All the chips and salsa are made fresh in house. While you wait for your sizzling fajitas, order a cold brew to wash down the salsa.
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  2. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,346/sq mi

    #2 Macintosh Trail

    PTC Dog Park is the pawfect place to spend a day that your dog will be absolutely barking about for days on end! This is a 3.5-acre dog park that allows you to finally let your dog off his leash and run. You can introduce your fur baby to new fur friends while you meet pet owners. There are water fountains for you and your pup. You will have all the poop bags that you need so that you don't have to worry if you forgot yours at home. All you need to bring along is Fido's favorite toy for a pawesome day at the dog park!
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  3. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,346/sq mi

    #3 Lexington Road

    Bruster's Real Ice Cream invites you to bring your pup and grab a cone or a sundae. They have all of your favorite flavors, but what is really incredible is how they treat your pup. You can order them a pup sundae that even has crushed dog bones on it as a topping! All of this deliciousness is waiting for you just 17 miles away. Just remember to bring your leash because you will need it in order to visit here. All the outdoor seating is dog-friendly. Come and meet your friends here for an afternoon treat!
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  4. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,346/sq mi

    #4 Peachtree City

    Peachtree City Dog Park is set up so that you can come and let your dog off the leash to play with some new fur-iends. The dog park is shaded and covered with mulch so that you can relax and watch your dog play while chatting with other pet owners. There are water stations for the fur visitors, but you will need to bring your own water. There are poop bags, but there are often complaints about the trash not being cleared out enough, so be mindful of that. You will love the safety and security of this park, which is just a 20-minute drive from Luthersville.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 50/sq mi

    #5 Franklin Delano Roosevelt State Park

    Pine Mountain Trail has 23 miles of footpaths that you and your dog can explore. You can talk a walk through quiet meadows and see the wild turkeys. Be sure to marvel at the waterfalls while you're here! You can see the rivers and streams that you and your pup can splash and play in, too. You will need to keep your pup on his leash for the whole time that you play. There is running water around the campsites, but for day trips, you need to bring your own. Please remember to always pick up after your pup.
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