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Dog Areas in Savannah, GA

3 Parks
2 Trails
11 Shops
32 Eateries
21 Groomers

Savannah called the “Southern Belle of the Georgian Coast” is the oldest city in the state. It’s one of the recommended travel destinations due to various points of interests in the city such as their cobblestone streets, parks, and historic buildings. If you want to give your pup some tail-wagging happiness, you can always pop up in the Savannah Dog Park. It’s a great way to give your dog a good work out since they can freely zoom around and wrestle to their heart’s content together with their dog buddies. Yearly, the park also hosts dog events that you and your dog can join.

Don’t forget your pup if you’re planning to escape the busy city life for a while. Dogs love to hike and explore the beauty of nature too, just like you. Skidaway Island State Park has a trail that runs through a maritime forest and past a salt marsh where you can spot other wildlife. Your dog can cool down in their picnic area and campground under live oaks and Spanish moss. It is an excellent getaway for your nature loving dog. Who said that history was only for humans? Well, in Savannah it isn’t! Your family and a furry family member can set out for a historical journey around the city with Oliver Bentleys Historic Dog Walk Tour. Plus, your dog can enjoy their delicious dog biscuit. It’s a tasty treat for them while you stroll and learn about the city.

Dog-friendly historical tours, parks, hiking trails, restaurants and more. Name it, they have it! They have it. No questions asked. These make Savannah, Georgia a “must-see, must stay” destination for pet lovers like you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Savannah, GA

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    Population Density 2,136/sq mi

    #1 Downtown

    Downtown Savannah is chock full of dog-friendly places and spaces. Here, you’ll find so many Fido-friendly activities and restaurants that you won’t know where to go first! Perhaps a great place to start is Battlefield Memorial Park, a historic site which welcomes leashed pets. Afterward, head into town to find several furrific restaurants where you and your pal can dine. Many of Savannah’s walking tours are dog-friendly, so book one to find out more about this historic muttropolis with your four-footed friend. The Black Dog General Store and the Five & Dime General Store are the pawfect places for a little dog-friendly shopping.
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    Population Density 2,136/sq mi

    #2 Parkside

    Looking for a good ol’ fashioned dog park in Savannah? Look no fur-ther than the Parkside neighborhood! It’s home to the Herty Pines Dog Park, a well-maintained park which is pawpular with the locals! The park includes separate sections for large and small breeds, water, waste bags, plenty of shade, and even free parking for your convenience. All you’ll need to bring is Fido’s favorite toy and plenty of energy to enjoy a pawesome day at the dog park!
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    Population Density 1,364/sq mi

    #3 Oakdale

    If you want something a little different to do with your dog in Savannah, head down to the Oakdale neighborhood, where you’ll find Savannah Botanical Gardens. This lush natural space is dog-friendly, as long as your pal is on a leash and cleaned up after. Sniff around the pond and amphitheatre, and don’t fur-get to stop by the historic Reinhard House. The nature trails here are the perfect place to enjoy a casual walk in nature. Be sure to keep the gardens as clean as you found them by bringing some doggie waste bags along.
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    Population Density 1,364/sq mi

    #4 Fort Jackson Rd

    Are you and your hound into history? Then you’ll want to head up to Old Fort Jackson, located at the end of Fort Jackson Road. You and your leashed dog are welcome to explore the grounds at this historic site. Just be sure to respect this space and clean up after your pet. Dogs aren’t allowed inside the fort, but it’s a great place for a quick walk along the waterfront. Keep in mind that Old Fort Jackson hosts daily cannon firings, so you may want to contact the fort or check the website for the times, as these are incredibly loud and will likely frighten your dog.
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    Population Density 1,364/sq mi

    #5 Greenwich Rd

    A cemetery probably doesn’t seem like the best place to take a walk with your dog, but Bonaventure Cemetery isn’t your average graveyard. This scenic cemetery has everything you might envision when you think of the Old South: mature Spanish moss trees, colorful flora, and quiet walking paths. This cemetery is home to the graves of some of Savannah’s most important historic figures, including John Mercer, and even some of Savannah’s late pets! It was also the setting for Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, a novel and film. Respect this place of rest by keeping your dog on a short leash and cleaning up after him.
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