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Dog Areas in Tryon

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A small town in Polk County, North Carolina, Tryon is popular statewide for being a prime location for equestrian activities and competitions. The land is beautiful, and the weather is prime to enjoy any number of outdoor activities. It’s not just horses that will enjoy this scenic location, however. Dog lovers and their canine companions flock to Tryon for a number of dog-friendly activities in the immediate area, as well as a short distance away in Asheville or other larger towns. 

Though it may seem a sleepy little town, Tryon will definitely surprise you if you give it half a chance. While there are plenty of exciting things to occupy your time, if you’d rather start out with a bit of relaxation while still enjoying the quiet of the mountains, you’ll want to make your way to central Tryon, where you’ll find just what you need to satisfy your inner geek. The Book Shelf is a store with a vast selection of books on just about any subject you could imagine. Search their shelves, find yourself something to read, and pull up a seat with your precious pup. We're sure they’ll like to hear an interesting story, be it adventure or one of those romance novels that are a guilty pleasure. Either way, your dog is welcome to join you inside!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tryon

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    Population Density 955/sq mi

    #1 South Tryon

    If you’re looking to accomplish a couple of things in a relatively short amount of time, you’re in luck if you make your way to South Tryon. Here, on the Overmountain Victory trail, there are a number of things to keep you occupied: from the two-mile historic trail itself, which you'll need to bring plenty of water for, to the Overmountain Vineyards and Winery tasting room, where you’ll find hydration through other means! Your pup will be welcomed with open arms at either of these Overmountain locations, so be sure to stop in, be it for a nice walk or a tasty vintage wine.
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    Population Density 955/sq mi

    #2 East Tryon

    Another stop, located in East Tryon, is Foothills Equestrian Nature Center, where horses are the main attraction -- but don’t let that stop you. There are plenty of streams, paths, and beautiful wooded areas for your dog to run and explore. You’ll need to keep them leashed, but they’ll be surrounded with so many fascinating things, they certainly won’t mind. Just be sure to bring plenty of water some doggy waste bags for any messy mishaps, and maybe some treats -- both for your dog and the horses. Look, master! The big dog likes me!
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    Population Density 955/sq mi

    #3 Central Tryon

    If you happened to come across a particularly tasty vintage wine, and you’re wanting to enjoy it in an atmosphere that's a bit more relaxed than the classy winery tasting room, make your way to Central Tryon, where you’ll find Huckleberry’s Tryon. It’s a bring-your-own-bottle establishment that serves a vast selection of delicious entrees, and it also boasts menus for both your human and furry children! If you want your regal rover to feel like real royalty, bring them here. There is covered outdoor seating where your pup can join you and get plenty of attention, both from staff and customers.
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    Population Density 63/sq mi

    #4 Central Chimney Rock

    Looking for a bit more excitement? If you and Fido are seeking entertainment that will span an entire day at least, make your way to Central Chimney Rock, the home of Chimney Rock State Park. There are plenty of hiking trails on which your pup can join you. Or, if you’re just looking to enjoy a bit of shopping or dog-friendly dining, the small village located just outside of the state park has just about anything you could ask for. The locals are especially friendly, and the village is a utopia for lovers of various knick-knacks. Keep your pup leashed, and you won’t have any trouble!
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    Population Density 2,244/sq mi

    #5 Paris Mountain State Park


    Finally, if you enjoyed Chimney Rock State Park, it’s worth making the trip to Paris Mountain State Park. Although you’ll need to cross state lines into South Carolina, it’s a relatively short trip that will be worth every moment. Located within Paris Mountain, you’ll find an expansive lake and plenty of hiking trails to keep you busy all day. Go for a long walk with your pup, and then relax on the shores of the gorgeous lake and enjoy the scenery. Just keep your canine companion on a leash no longer than six feet at all times, and be prepared to clean up any messes.

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