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Dog Areas in Charenton

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Charenton is a small community in St. Mary Parish, Louisiana. It surrounds the Chitimacha Reservation and is just minutes from the Bayou Teche. The bayous are great for dogs who love to go out on boats with their humans! Just make sure you have a harness on your dog and she is comfortable listening for your voice while out on the water. 

Herbert Washington Park is on the northern side of Charenton. It is a pupperific place to take your dog for a walk after a long day away from him at work (or whatever it is that humans do all day!). It is a small park but not bad for a short walk or a weekend picnic with your dog and even some friends! 

The nearest animal hospitals are just fifteen minutes away in nearby Franklin. The staff at all of these locations are compassionate and welcoming, whether you are stopping in for a quick exam or need some specialized care to keep your pup happy and healthy for years to come. Keep a leash on your dog while walking through this small town. There may be plenty of room to roam, but roaming with you is always the safest option!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Charenton

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    Population Density 334/sq mi

    #1 Charenton

    Charenton is a small town, but it is close to a lot of big fun for you and your pup! The Attakapas Island Wildlife Management Area is an expansive nature preserve where you can hike, hunt, and fish with your pup on the weekends. The Atchafalaya River is part of the Attakapas area and it is simply pawfect for fishing and taking out your boat with your furry friend. You will want to break out the harness and sturdy leash for your adventures in this beautiful wild area. You will also need plenty of drinking water -- the humidity can get pretty high in the summer!
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    #2 North Franklin

    North Franklin is an amazing place to visit with your dog if you are looking for a place not far from Charenton. Just fifteen minutes south, this neighborhood on the edge of the city of Franklin is home to Caffery Park. This small but popular green space is a wonderful place to visit with your dog during the week or on the weekend if you have a little extra time for a picnic. There are lots of fast food restaurants around the area for a quick bite. The Yokely Bayou makes for a lovely scenic walk or picnic with your best friend after a long week.
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    #3 Central Franklin

    Central Franklin is just fifteen minutes from Charenton and is home to the gorgeously pupperific Broussard-Harris Park. The park is pretty and well-tended, making the pawfect green space for the two of you to get in some quality time when you can. You will want to throw some tennis balls in your bag if you are heading to this park for sure! The Franklin Historic District has plenty of dog-friendly walking paths for you to enjoy together. There is plenty of room to make friends, and events are frequently held in this space, making for an interesting walk at the least!
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    #4 South Franklin

    South Franklin is twenty minutes from Charenton and is a quiet area that is half residential and half wilderness. The Paddling Trail is found on the western side of town and is a pawfect spot for sightseeing and hiking with your puppy pal. You will want a harness and a good leash with you if you plan on exploring this awesome area. The Yellow Bayou to the east is another puptacular spot for a walk with your dog. It is well worth the drive once you see how lush and green the area around this bayou truly is. Just don't forget some towels for those curious puppers!
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    #5 Bayou Teche National Wildlife Refuge

    The Bayou Teche National Wildlife Refuge is about twenty minutes south of Charenton, on the outskirts of the city of Franklin. It is a simply amazing place to be a pup with plenty of room for hunting, fishing and exploring miles of nature trails with you! Comprised of a whopping 9,028 acres, there is something for every nature lover inside of this natural oasis. Keep your binoculars handy, as this wildlife refuge is home to the Lousiana Black Bear. While spotting a bear while on your walks is uncommon, it is definitely a neat experience -- from a safe distance of course!
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