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Dog Areas in Rutledge

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1 Eatery

Rutledge, Georgia is a beautiful small town with lots to offer its furry residents. This town has one park that welcomes dogs, and it’s just a short drive from many other pawesome dog-friendly parks, restaurants, and shops. While there are no veterinary clinics in Rutledge itself, there are many good options in nearby Madison, Social Circle, and Monroe.

Looking for a fun place to hike with your dog? Head over to Ben Burton Park! Located 31 miles from Rutledge, this park is home to a 1.2-mile mineral surface trail where you can walk your pup on-leash. This trail takes you through a peaceful forest and by the Oconee River. Bring doggy bags and water for your dog, and have a furrific time hiking here.

Indian Springs State Park is another great place to take your dog for a hike. This park is located 37 miles from Rutledge, and it allows dogs on-leash. Indian Springs State Park has two trails you can explore with your dog: a 0.75-mile nature trail that goes through the forest and a 3.25-mile multi-use trail that goes along McIntosh Lake. No matter which trail you choose, you and your dog are sure to have fun here!

Rutledge and its surrounding towns are filled with parks, restaurants, and shops that welcome dogs. When you’re in Rutledge, you and your dog will always be able to find great things to do together!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rutledge

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    Population Density 39/sq mi

    #1 Hard Labor State Park

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    If you’re searching for a pawesome place to hike with your dog in Rutledge, check out Hard Labor State Park. This park welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has two milelong hiking trails to explore with your pup. If you’d like to walk through a picturesque wetland area, check out the Beaverpond Nature Trail. Or, if you want to trek through a forest filled with hardwood trees, hop on the Brantley Nature Trail. If all this hiking makes you hungry, head over to The Caboose. This cute sandwich shop is located in a converted caboose car. Dogs are welcome to join you at the ten outdoor tables next to the caboose itself.

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    Population Density 477/sq mi

    #2 Southeast Dacula

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    Southeast Dacula is a residential Dacula neighborhood with an off-leash park all pups are sure to love: Harbins Dog Park. This dog park is about 29.5 miles from Rutledge, and it has separate areas for large and small dogs to play in. The dog park also offers agility equipment for your dog, including ramps, tunnels, and platforms to jump on. If all that playing makes your dog thirsty, water is available. If you want to go for a longer walk after the dog park, Harbins Park has a 1.5-mile paved trail that allows dogs on-leash. This trail takes you through the forest and past lovely Cedar Creek.

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    Population Density 1,403/sq mi

    #3 Woodland Hills

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    When you’re Woodland Hills, you won’t want to miss Athens Memorial Dog Park. Located 27 miles from Rutledge, this park features one fenced, wooded area where dogs can run, play, and make new friends. There are plenty of shady benches for owners, and a water fountain is available for thirsty pups. If you want to get a bite to eat after the dog park, head over to Butt Hutt Barbeque. This restaurant welcomes dogs at their three outdoor tables. To eat, they offer classic Southern barbeque dishes, including brisket, ribs, smoked chicken, mac and cheese, and fried okra. Bone Appetit!

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    Population Density 447/sq mi

    #4 Fort Yargo State Park

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    If you’re searching for another puptastic place to take your dog for an on-leash hike, check out Fort Yargo State Park. This historic park is located 32.5 miles from Rutledge, and it has 20.5 miles of trails to hike on. If you’d like to go on a short stroll, try the 0.5-mile Bird Berry Trail. This paved trail gives you beautiful views of Lake Rutledge, and it has a birding platform. If you want to go on a longer trek with your dog, try the seven-mile Lake Loop Trail. As you go along this trail, you’ll pass by Lake Rutledge, and you’ll also trek up into a hilly forest area. Bring water and doggy bags with you, and enjoy exploring this park.

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    #5 Cedar Creek

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    Located 31 miles from Rutledge, Cedar Creek is home to the always-fun Southeast Clarke Dog Park. This dog park has separate fenced sections for large and small dogs. Both areas have big fields for dogs to play in, and the large dog section also has a concrete pathway where dogs can go for off-leash walks. If your pup gets thirsty while they’re running and playing, water hoses and buckets are available. After the park, continue your fun day out with lunch or dinner at Cali N Tito’s. Sit at one of their four dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy their classic Cuban fare.

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