Where yesterday lives and tomorrow waits, that's Woodstock, Georgia. The city's distinctive historic town has plenty of southern charm in their locally owned shops for dining and shopping.
Woofstock Park is Woodstock, Georgia's first Dog Park that was opened on July 6, 2013. The park has a small and large breed area for playing that has an obstacle course and agility equipment. The park also has a shade structure, human and doggie water fountains, benches and a restroom facility. If you’d opt for some leisure walk, it also has a trail head bridge to Noonday Creek and Town to Creek Trails. This is a public park, and you can use it at no cost.
Victoria Campground is a stunning camping area in the countryside. It has campsites positioned near the dock and swimming beach with a gorgeous view of Lake Allootuna. Camp comfortably with picnic areas, fire rings, drinking water, flush toilets and showers. Don’t forget to pack for your pup, they’re also welcome at camp! Be guided, pets are not allowed in building or on any of the swimming beaches. Always keep them on a leash and don’t leave them alone at your campsite.
In case you missed it, the Woofstock Dog Festival happens yearly. It’s a fun-filled affair for dog lovers with music, food and dog related vendors. It’s like Woodstock, just with your dogs!