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Dog Areas in Shepherdsville

5 Parks
2 Shops
2 Eateries
4 Groomers

Shimmy on down to the sweet city of Shepherdsville with your pup to discover its historical salt lands once part of the Buffalo Trails. Just south of pawpular Louisville, Shepherdsville is now a bustling small city with a quaint hometown feel. Amongst the pawpular entertainment and public services are three animal clinics waiting to welcome your pup to their offices in case of any mishaps.

Take Fido for a walk and a wizz in the two nearby pawpular parks. The Shepherdsville City Park and the Bullitt County Parks & Rec offers you and Fido peaceful, scenic views as you stroll along paved walking trails. Relax and unwind as you woof in the fresh air next to the Salt River that cuts through the city of Shepherdsville (try not to inhale a bug!). Keep your doggoe on a leash at both parks.

Shepherdsville offers you and your pup rest outside of the larger surrounding metropoles. The Super 8 Shepherdsville hotel is a pawpular pitstop for weary two-legged and four-legged travelers who are in need of some shelter. The facilities are clean and the service is appawently even better. A small fee per doggoe per night will be required upon check-in.

Shepherdsville is waiting to warmly welcome you and your furry pal! Head on over for a wonfurful time in the land of the Bluegrass State.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Shepherdsville

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    Population Density 1,314/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Shepherdsville

    Wag over to Downtown Shepherdsville for a paw-leasant stay with Fido at the Best Western Shepherdsville. Right at the heart of downtown, the Best Western Shepherdsville offers the convenience and comfort of a budget-conscience hotel without sacrificing on excellent service and quality. Up to two doggoes under 80lbs are allowed in the rooms for an extra fee. Another great pawption is the Motel 6 Shepherdsville, which is right around the corner and offers pup-friendly service and bedrooms at no additional cost. While in town, take Fido to Bearno’s Pizza and treat him to his favorite pupperoni pizza while enjoying each other’s company out on the fur-friendly patio!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 399/sq mi

    #2 Brooks

    For more pawsome overnight stops, just north of Shepherdsville is the small town of Brooks. Stop by at the furtastic Baymont Inn & Suites Louisville South I-65 for a wooftacular overnight experience where doggoes are even allowed to join you by the poolside as long as they are kept on leash and are always attended to. Up to three pups are allowed to stay for an extra fee per pet. Another pawpular choice to sleep with furry travelers is the Econo Lodge & Suite Brooks. This is the pawfect place for small dog owners, as Econo only allows pups up to 25lbs. You’re bound to have a pawsome night’s sleep while passing through Brooks!
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    Population Density 113/sq mi

    #3 Belmont

    A short drive south of Shepherdsville will take you and Fido to the wide open country. Visit the Belmont neighborhood in Clermont to discover the pawsome Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest. This unique park boasts over 35 miles of hiking and walking trails for you to enjoy with your leashed pup. Make an entire day filled with fun and discovery as you explore and learn about the park’s biodiversity. Folks from all over come to connect with nature in this beautiful nature preserve that spreads across 15,650+ acres. You and faithful Fido will have a wooftastic time in the Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 107/sq mi

    #4 River Bend Estate


    The River Bend Estate neighborhood in Shepherdsville offers you and Fido the pawfect chance to pitch a tent and grill some marshmallows over a crackling fire. The Louisville South KOA campground is just the spot to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature on a weekend getaway in the Kentucky countryside. Dogs are more than welcome on campgrounds, as long as they are well-behaved. Best of all, the KOA campground features a four-legged exclusive K9 Kamp Interactive Dog Park complete with a dog playground! Just make sure to abide by the park’s policies and clean up after your pooch before leaving.

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    Population Density 1,398/sq mi

    #5 Hillview

    Wag north to the city of Hillview where you and Fido will have a pawtastic time chowing down on some local favorites. The central Hillview neighborhood serves up fresh food for hungry two-legged and four-legged customers searching for some grub. Feast alongside your canine compatriot at Culver’s, where you can dig in to their specialty ButterBurger or Wisconsin Cheese Curds. If it’s as delicious as it sounds, it’s bound to be good! Another great eatery in town is Beef O’ Brady’s. Stop by here for a hot plate of award-winning wings, appetizers, and more! Both establishments welcome your pup at their furiendly outdoor seating areas. Bone appétit!
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