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.