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Dog Areas in Young Harris

Young Harris is a very small city located in Georgia that was originally named McTyeir after the Bishop Holland McTyeire. Later, the place was renamed to honor a local judge named Young Harris, who was the benefactor of the McTyeire Institute -- what is now Young Harris College.

Your hound probably doesn't care about the city's history, though. Looking for a relaxing pup-friendly adventure in Young Harris? Visit Chatuge Lake, which is around 8 miles from Young Harris. It's a man-made lake which is fairly shallow and clean -- pawfect for a visit with your dog. Near the lake, you can also visit the Hamilton Gardens at Lake Chatuge, which are non-profit botanical gardens that can be observed all year round. 

A mutts-see in Young Harris is Cupid Falls, which are breathtaking waterfalls surrounded by nature. Picnic tables and plenty of parking are available here, so you and Fido can explore all day!

If you need a place to stay in this cute town with your pooch as your companion, check out the Brasstown Valley Resort & Spa. Many cottages and Airbnb rentals in town are also welcoming of canine guests. 

Want to dine with your doggie date? Head to Helen, around 25 miles away, where you can choose from a wide variety of dog-friendly eateries. Don't worry about veterinary care, since Young Harris has its own veterinary hospital!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Young Harris

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    Population Density 663/sq mi

    #1 West Blairsville

    If you find yourself in Young Harris or you're thinking about moving there with your four-legged companion, then you should know that one of the closest places where your pup can frolic around leash-free is the Union County Recreation Center Dog Park. This off-leash dog run isn't the largest, but there's still enough space to play. If you prefer to hike and walk around the park's trails with your leashed pooch, you'll have the oppawtunity to do that as well. The park is perfect for a peaceful day in a wooded area complete with scenic nature and -- Fido's favorite -- squirrels! Don't forget to bring waste baggies to help keep the park clean.
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    Population Density 147/sq mi

    #2 Central Helen

    If you're feeling extra adventurous and want a different experience for you and your doggo near Young Harris, we recommend that you check out Cool River Tubing! Located around 30 miles away from Young Harris, this place offers plenty of fun tubing trips down the Chattahoochee River. Doggies are allowed on the tubing trips with their family members, and you don't have to pay any additional fees. The river is fairly shallow, and the water is clean with a gentle current, which makes this the perfect place to relax together with your canine buddy. Make sure you bring the essentials such as water and waste baggies. 
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    Population Density 25/sq mi

    #3 Franklin Suburbs

    If you're in the mood for some serious hiking with your canine buddy, head to Rufus Morgan Falls Trail. You can find the trail near Franklin, North Carolina, which is around 43 miles from Young Harris. The hike is rated as moderate and it will take around 40 minutes to finish with Fido. Along the way, you will see a beautiful waterfall, wildflowers and plenty of natural scenic views. Doggies have to be on-leash on hiking trails between April 1 and August 15, and you have to clean up their mess. Don't forget to take water with you, as well as some snacks and waste baggies. 
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    Population Density 13/sq mi

    #4 Tallulah Falls

    Another trail where you and your pup will pawsitively have an awesome experience is the Tallulah Falls Rail-Trail. This trail can be found in Tallulah Falls, around 40 miles away from Young Harris. The trail is long 2.9 miles long and it's considered an easy to moderate trail, which makes it suitable for both beginner and advanced hikers. The path is paved and goes through a wooded area, providing shade and beautiful natural views. You can trek this trail that follows along the river all year long, but your pup has to be on-leash. Don't forget to bring plenty of water for you and your dog as well.
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    #5 West Mountain City

    Black Rock Mountain State Park is another day trip destination at 39 miles from Young Harris, but it's pawsitively worth visiting both for you and your beloved doggo. This park boasts the highest elevation in Georgia, so you will inevitably see mesmerizing views and stunning scenes. There are four trails in the park where dogs are allowed, but they must be wearing a leash no longer than six feet. Dogs are not allowed on the campground, in the swimming areas, or the historic sites. If you decide to visit this furrific state park, bring plenty of fresh water and poop baggies for cleaning up.
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