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The town of Pembroke has kept its small-town charm since its incorporation in the early 1900's. The area used to be a railroad town, where goods were shipped in and out. Nowadays, the town's historic district has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is open for dogs to explore as well!
The Pembroke Principal Park is a favorite among townsfolk and dog-walkers alike, thanks to its large open area, swimming pool, tennis court, basketball area, skate park, ball field, and playground. The park also has a perimeter walking path that encircles the park, and includes benches, trash bins, and water fountains. Dogs must be on a leash while taking a stroll at this park.
Lucy Belle Farm is a bed and breakfast and historical farm in Pembroke. The bed and breakfast and the land are dog-friendly, whether staying the night or visiting the area for a walk. Dogs must be on a leash or under complete verbal command when off the leash. The land itself offers views of the old barn and trails that head out into the woods. Owners must be prepared with water and clean-up bags before visiting.
Although no vets are in town, a vet is provided in neighboring Ellabell to the east.
Though Pembroke is a small town, it still has lots of dog-friendly places to go for dog walkers. The Dubois Square is a dog-friendly place offering a large area of grassy terrain to let Fido run around. The park has a sidewalk that wraps around the park which provides Fido the perfect place for a walk. Dogs must remain on a leash while at the park, with features including benches and trash bins. The Pembroke Old City Jail is a historical mark in town and allows dogs to come along on tours of the old jail. Owners must bring clean-up bags before joining in on the tour.
Ellabell is a quaint little community only 9 miles east of Pembroke. Visitors and residents come to the neighborhood for the dog-friendly twin parks of Hendrix Park and Hendricks Park. Both parks are side-by-side and provide a large area for dogs to roam around. There's paved walking trails, green fields, and beautiful views of the surrounding ponds. The parks are popular due to the 8 baseball diamonds inside, which allow dogs on them as long as no teams are playing. Owners must keep their pups on a leash, but with additional features like water fountains, benches, trash bins, and clean-up stations in both parks, you and your pup will have a grand time!
Nevils is a flat town about 14 miles northwest of Pembroke. The area was known for its old farming land, that now has been converted into the Statesboro County Parks & Rec, which is open to dogs and humans. The large park provides lots of open space, green fields and recreational ballfields that are dog-friendly to leashed pups. There are also paved walking trails throughout the park. Dogs are welcome onto the baseball diamonds to play, enjoy the grassy fields, or take a stroll on the path, and have access to additional features like benches, water fountains, trash bins, and nighttime lights.
Hinesville is a larger town 17 miles south of Pembroke that offers multiple dog parks just waiting for your pup! The Hinesville Dog Park was converted from an old baseball park and now provides separate areas for large and small dogs, double-gated entrances, clean-up stations, benches, and water fountains for dogs to enjoy while playing off-leash. Residents also can head to Donovan Field, a dog-friendly field that requires dogs to be on a leash, but offers a large area for dogs to run around, play fetch, or just go for a short walk. Owners will have to bring water and clean-up bags to the field.
Flemington is the largest neighborhood in the town of Hinesville and is just 19 miles from the town of Pembroke. Although a bit far, residents of Pembroke come here for the amazing dog park provided by the city. The Fort Stewart Dog Park is completely fenced-in, with over 8 acres of land featuring two separate areas for large and small dogs, which include covered sitting areas and an agility course. The parks hours are from sunrise to sunset. Additional features include double-gated fences, dog-sized water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations.
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