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Dog Areas in Hopkinsville

13 Parks
1 Trail
11 Shops
3 Eateries
8 Groomers

Hopkinsville is a metropolitan city surrounded by miles of farmland and prairies. The city was actually founded by a couple from North Carolina, and has since been a major player in the agriculture market, with leading crops being Winter Wheat, Corn, and Dark Fired Tobacco. A lot of the older farmlands have been turned into beautiful parks, with many of the areas being dog-friendly. And with three animal hospitals, your pup is covered!

The dog-friendliest place to go in the city is the Hopkinsville Dog Park. The park is surrounded by trees that offer a private and quiet place for your pup to run around, and is completely fenced-in. There are also separate areas for small and large dogs, double-gated entrances, trash bins, water fountains, clean-up stations, and benches.

The Jeffers Bend Recreation Area is another popular place to stop with Fido in Hopkinsville. With over 40-acres of open space and 3 miles of paved trails, the area is perfect for getting out and playing with your pup. There's a fishing creek, scenic wildflowers, shaded sitting areas, and picnic shelters to enjoy. Don't forget to leash your pup before coming here.

The Hopkinsville Greenway System is a 3.15-mile trail made from asphalt and concrete, and rated as easy. Best of all, this trail is dog-friendly to leashed pups and has benches along the route.

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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hopkinsville

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    Population Density 2,794/sq mi

    #1 Central Hopkinsville

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    Central Hopkinsville is home to the city's downtown district with a bustling shopping center and most of the city's small businesses. Right along Little River is the Little River Park, a 2.78-acre park with paved walkways, rose beds, a scenic fountain, and picnic tables. There's also open green spaces perfect for playing with Fido, with additional features like water fountains, clean-up stations, and benches. The West 1st Street Park is also in the neighborhood, and has over 3 acres of open field and woods, with a shaded walking trail, fitness equipment, playground, water fountains, and picnic shelter. Dogs must remain on a leash in both parks.
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    Population Density 2,277/sq mi

    #2 Glass Ave/ N Main St

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    The Glass Avenue and North Main Street neighborhood offers a great place to walk Fido in Ruff Park, which will not only having him ruffing with joy, but will allow him to run around and play. The park his plenty of open space, enclosed ballfields, and paved walkways. Fido is welcome in the 8 baseball fields, enclosed tennis courts, or in the picnic areas. There are different spots for picnicking and sitting, with other amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, trash bins, and nighttime lights available. The park is also open from dawn until dusk, 7 days a week.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,730/sq mi

    #3 S Walnut St/ E 19th St

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    The neighborhood of South Walnut Street and East 19th Street is a residential one south of downtown, with rows of homes and busy streets. The favorite park of the area is the Joe Mumford Park, which takes up 3.5 acres of land with open areas, wooded spaces, a playground, two picnic shelters, and a basketball court. A historic park in town is the Cherokee Trail Of Tears Commemorative Park, a park that rests on the well-known Trail of Tears. The area encompasses over 34 acres of land, with a recreational area, trails, and a museum. Additional amenities include water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, and trash bins. Dogs have to remain on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 220/sq mi

    #4 Sivley

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    Sivley is a small neighborhood with access to shopping areas and the parkway. The Fort Campbell Memorial Park is the most popular park in the neighborhood, thanks to its large area, grassy lawn, shaded sitting areas, and paved walking trails. The park is perfect to bring Fido, thanks to the space available to play with or walk him, with additional features like benches, water fountains, and trash bins. If you plan on staying in the neighborhood, head over to the Rodeway Inn. The pet-friendly hotel allows two pets up to 10 pounds at an additional cost per night.
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    Population Density 7,264/sq mi

    #5 East Fort Campbell

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    East Fort Campbell is a residential neighborhood on the east side of Fort Campbell, 18 miles south of Hopkinsville. The area gets plenty of visitors thanks to the North Dog Park. This dog park is surrounded by farmland, with a fence surrounding the area for off-leash play. Dogs can enjoy the area to run around freely, either in the large or small dog section, with double-gated entrances, water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins. McDagin Park is another park in the neighborhood that provides residents with a forested area to walk Fido, and access to a paved walking trail and shaded sitting areas. Don't forget to leash up Fido before coming!
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