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Dog Areas in Martin, GA

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Martin, Georgia is a tiny little town that is only one-and-a-half square miles. It keeps its small-town feel by holding seasonal festivities to bring the community together. There is not much to do within the town itself, but it is centrally located so that you can get to other cities quickly. It's a great place to raise a family, even the furry members! Martin is quiet and peaceful, which makes it the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of urban life. To find quality vet care, you'll need to take a 10-minute trip to Lavonia.

A quick thirty-minute trip will get you to Tallulah Gorge State Park, home to Tallulah Falls Rail-Trail. This is a barktastic trail that was once part of the nineteenth-century railroad. The thing that sets this trail apart from others nearby is that it overlooks some barktastic waterfalls! This trail is also an easy trail, which makes it perfect for beginner and advanced hikers alike.

If you don't want to drive that far, you could visit Tugaloo State Park instead, which is only ten miles away in Lavonia. This state park has cottages for rent that are dog-friendly so that you and your dog can enjoy fishing or camping.

Martin, Georgia is a charming small town that's close to some big-city amenities and furrific recreation opportunities!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Martin, GA

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    Population Density 90/sq mi

    #1 Broad River

    Broad River Outpost is water adventure where you can bring your dog with you to enjoy the river in a kayak or canoe. This unique adventure is located in Danielsville, which is about thirty miles from Martin. You can let your dog off their leash while on the water, but you have to keep your dog on a leash whenever you're out of the water. You can make reservations or just stop on in with your pup as you're passing through. If you want to make some un-fur-gettable memories with your water-loving pooch, this is a great way to do it! Don't forget to bring some drinking water with you.
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    Population Density 124/sq mi

    #2 Hartwell State Park

    Just nineteen miles away from Matin is Hartwell, GA, a pawpular vacation destination for people and pooches from all over the Southeast. Hart State Outdoor Recreation Area includes a campground where you can bring your dog to camp, hunt, and fish on Lake Hartwell. There is a trail that is a little over a mile long that will lead you through a wooded area. It is the pawfect quick adventure if you are looking for a way to spend an afternoon or weekend. You will need a leash while you are here. If you are a day visitor, you won't have access to the full restrooms, but there are water fountains. As always, make sure you pick up after your dog.
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    Population Density 124/sq mi

    #3 City Center

    While you are in Hartwell, you should check out Market 50. This is a grrreat place to come before your hike at Hart State Outdoor Recreation Area because it offers a huge selection of trail mix and fresh nuts. You can also get fresh deli sandwiches as well. Dogs are not allowed in the store, but they can enjoy a deli sandwich made fresh at any of the outdoor tables. You'll need to have a leash here. Market 50 prides themselves on customer service, so if you need any help picking out fresh food for your trip, you should speak to them. This is a family-owned business, so stop on by to support the local economy!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 44/sq mi

    #4 Old Federal Rd

    It will take you about twenty minutes to get to Carnesville, but if you are in the area, then you and your dog can stop in at Petro Carnesville. This gas station has a pet run where you can let your dog off his leash so he can stretch his legs. The store also offers a huge selection of pet products. The restaurant is pet-friendly and serves a full menu. You will love being able to stop and rest if you're passing through, but the food doesn't disappoint, either. Be sure to stop by if you're taking a long trip through the area, or if you just want to unwind in a dog-friendly area.
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    Population Density 1,345/sq mi

    #5 Five Points

    If you are looking for an old-fashioned dog park, then you may want to make the hour trip over to Athens. Athens Memorial Dog Park features a fenced area where you can let your dog off her leash so she can play and socialize with other dogs. The park provides water and cleaning stations. If you decide you want to exercise a little more, you can walk the nature trails, but your dog will need to be leashed. There's plenty of activities for the whole family to enjoy together at this furrific park, so the hour-long trip is well worth it!
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