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Dog Areas in Marshville

1 Park
20 Shops
15 Eateries
1 Groomer

The summer of 1876 saw the first iron stake driven into the foundation of the railroad depot after a long hard fight over the land. This was the Reconstruction Era and it was the time for boom towns to thrive. The railroad brought supplies and a way to sell the cotton that was grown here. It was the year 1900 when Mr. Marsh decided it was time for a church and therefore donated the land. After that, cotton fields sprung up. Homes became permanent. In 1975, soybeans, corn, silos, and beef farms became what this city thrived on. Of course, you can still see all these crops when you come through town, but there is more than that to draw you in.

The Color Purple was filmed here. You can get the details at the Marshville Museum and Cultural Center. While dogs are not allowed inside, you can walk the streets and see the sights that are clearly marked. Town Hall holds more for the history lover. You can see the history of the war, the building of the city, and learn about prominent residents. 

The Marshville Park is a community hotspot. Whether you are looking for somewhere to throw the ball with your pup or just want to find a quiet spot to walk, this is the place. From time to time, there are community events that happen here which allow you and your dog to come along and enjoy the fun, so be sure to check the official city website to see what's happening while you're in town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Marshville

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,747/sq mi

    #1 Central Matthews

    Kristopher's Sports Bar and Restaurant is the place to bring your dog for a great night out. You can order a Catcher Mitt's sandwich, the catch of the day, or some loaded nachos from the one-of-kind menu, and enjoy your meal with your pal on the back patio. They are open until 2 AM on the weekends so you can get you some cheesy fries satisfy those late night cravings. It's all about the pub food while you are here, so don't count calories, count the score instead! It is only a half-hour drive to get here from Marshville, so come on and bring your fur buddy for your favorite comfort foods!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 195/sq mi

    #2 Bonn E Lane

    Troyer's Country Amish Blatz prides themselves on homemade food that you can feel good about. Fresh handmade sandwiches from the deli will fill your belly with warmth as you and your pup take in the aroma of freshly baked bread and muffins. When you are done eating, pick up some handmade soaps, quilts, or even candies. This is the place to find some unique pieces of jewelry for that special someone or event. You will love everything about this place so much that you will want to come back. The best part is you and your furry friend can get here in about twenty minutes.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 195/sq mi

    #3 Charlotte Highway

    Whistle Hop Brew allows dogs both inside and outside as long as they are polite and kept on a leash. You can taste their unique brews that have both an English and American flair to them which are crafted right at this brewhouse! They have pretzels and peanuts to snack on, but if you want a more hearty snack or a full meal, you can visit one of the food trucks that are in the parking lot. All of this fun is just twenty minutes from you. You are sure to find your favorite brew or find an all new favorite brew!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 195/sq mi

    #4 miller

    Beads and Beyond invite you to bring your dog along to learn how to make jewelry. They have everything that you need, including minerals, gemstones, and even the settings. You and your dog are even welcome to wait while they fix your jewelry. Grab a seat by the fire pit and make some new friends. This is definitely one place that will bring out your artistic side. Don't worry about the 20-minute drive to get here; your dog will love hanging his head out the window! This is a one-of-a-kind experience that you can walk away from with a beautiful keepsake that is definitely a conversation starter!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 752/sq mi

    #5 Anne Springs Close Greenway

    Sometimes, you just have to make the thirty-minute drive to show your dog that there is a space just for him. Mary Warner Mack Dog Park is a one-of-a-kind place in the area. It is designed so that you can let your dog off his leash and just let him run with his own kind. There are fully stocked cleaning stations, well-kept watering stations, and even a pup washing station. There is a mile-long off-leash trail that will lead you to the lakefront. You do need a permit to play here, though. You can get a day pass if you are just visiting, or go online and buy your pass by the year.
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