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1832 was when Turin Georgia became a home. Since then, it has seen soldiers leave to fight the Civil War. It watched the railroad place its line through the heart of it. The city saw the community expand around that rail line until it was no longer needed. Just when the history was thought to be lost, someone stepped in. The original schoolhouse became its city hall. The people have thrived because of the quiet that surrounds it. Turin, Georgia is the quiet locale that distances itself from the busy city so that you can find rest and embrace your history. 

While you are here, you should bring your dog on a walking tour around the city. Since it is a city that is so rich in history, you will find many historical markers that will highlight the key points in the city. There is the original schoolhouse, a handful of original houses, and parts of the old rail line that still graces the town. Be sure to stop in the town hall to see what it is going on at the community center, which is in the town center. You will be amazed at how everyone seems to stop and have a smile for everyone else. The small town feel is welcome especially if you have been stuck in the city for a while. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Turin

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,346/sq mi

    #1 East Peachtree City

    PTC Dog Park is about seven miles from Turin. It is the perfect place for you and your dog to come and play for a little while. It is part of the Macintosh Trail, but it has three completely enclosed spaces for your dog to play without being on a leash. There are water and cleaning stations for you to use. The seating for pet parents is inside the fenced-in areas. You will find that the gazebos offer a welcome respite from the summer sun. Even the path to the park is lined and easy for you and your pup to walk. All you need to bring is your pal's favorite toy for the pawfect day out!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,523/sq mi

    #2 Camp Drive

    At first, thirty minutes seems like an awful long way to drive to let your dog play, but once you get here you can see why Canine Crossing is so great. Your dog has a little bit over five acres to run and play. The enclosure is completely fenced in with five-foot high fencing for extra security. There are tunnels to climb in and on. They have fire hydrants, water stations, and even cleaning stations during the warm months, but in the winter the water is turned off. If you are looking to socialize with pet parents while your dog runs and plays, then this is the perfect place to be.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 147/sq mi

    #3 Selborne

    In only about fifteen minutes, you can get to a cute little bistro called Blue Eyed Daisy. They have outdoor tables that you can bring your pup to so that they can join you for lunch. Grab a burger or a pulled pork sandwich. If you are looking for some brunch, they have French Toast that the locals all rave about. If you bring your own water dish, the staff will bring water for your pup, but they don't have pet dishes. Just remember that you will need a leash here. This is a great place for a quick lunch with friends!
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  4. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 149/sq mi

    #4 Main Street

    Five miles is all that stands between you and breakfast that is served no matter what time of day that you go. Katie Lou's Cafe doesn't stop at constant breakfast. They also have melt in your mouth, fall off the fork BBQ that you can smell a mile away. It will get your belly rumbling for sure. Their outdoor tables are always pet-friendly as long as you bring a leash with you. This is a great place to meet up with friends before exploring the city. The owner is a pet lover and is known for coming out and petting pups!
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 779/sq mi

    #5 Central Newnan

    You need to take a thirteen-mile trip and come visit Big Joe's Bar & Grille. The outdoor tables are on a covered porch with large fans to keep the air moving. You can bring your pup to share a shrimp kabob. The grilled salmon is a local favorite, and the side dishes are just as good as the main course. It is obvious that the place is ready for pets and will even bring your dog water if you would like. Come try something new or reach for an old favorite with your fur buddy in tow. The southern hospitality offered here can't be beat.
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