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Powhatan Point is a small village on the west side of the Ohio River. You can find a variety of outdoor recreational facilities within about 25 miles of this community. There are four veterinary clinics about nine miles northeast of here in Moundsville.
About 15.5 miles west of town, there's a furrific property that you and Spot can visit together. Head to Beallsville Veterans Memorial Park. This community facility has ball fields, a playground, a fishing pond, and picnic areas. Keep pets on a lead and scoop their droppings when you visit here.
A fun place to go for a picnic with your pooch is Hannibal Locks and Dam about sixteen miles south of town. This facility includes a visitor center and day-use area. Walk along the Ohio River with your four-footed friend and have lunch at one of the tables. Pets must be on a cord or leash no longer than six feet.
Another pawesome place to go with your pooch is Kiedaisch Point Park just north of Hannibal. This property has about 230 acres of outdoor space. Hike up the crest to enjoy scenic views of the Ohio River below. Your fur-baby needs to stay on a lead while here.
The community of Powhatan Point is near some pet-friendly recreational facilities.
Powhatan Point is a small community with apartment buildings, houses, a cemetery, and some businesses. There's a boat landing off Railroad Avenue where you can launch into Captina Creek. To treat your family to a day outdoors, head to the Village of Powhatan Point Park District on Allen Avenue. Here, you'll find athletic fields, a basketball court, open space, a pool, and some tables. Wander around the property's perimeter or bring a ball to play catch in the field with Fido. Pups need to be on a lead or cord and under control. Carry bags so that you can collect their droppings.
Clarington is on the Ohio River about 7.8 miles south of town. This community has single-family homes and some businesses. A fun place to visit here is the Ohio Valley River Museum on Ferry Street. Just north of the village, you'll find a large outdoor recreation area that you and your canine pal can check out together. Share an outdoor adventure at Sunfish Creek State Forest. Dogs can be here with you as long as they're under complete control. Wander through the oak and hickory mixed forest on the property. Carry water and bags for collecting any waste. This 637-acre facility is open for public recreation daily from 6 am to 11 pm.
Jerusalem is a rural village in Monroe County. This small community includes farms, single-family homes, and a post office. There are country roads here that offer a peaceful place to go hiking with Fido. Just southwest of the area, you'll find the Monroe Lake Wildlife Area. This 1,333-acre property has steep, rolling hills that include forest, brushland, and open ridges. Choose from a variety of recreational activities here, including hiking, wildlife-viewing, boating, fishing, and hunting. Bring your pooch, but remember to restrain them on a leash or cord. You may use this land for dog training between September and April.
22.9 miles northwest of Powhatan Point, you'll find the village of Belmont. This area includes some farms, single-family homes, and local businesses. There are some quiet country lanes here where you can take a hike with your furry pal. About 5.8 miles to the northeast, there's a pawtastic natural space that you and your pooch can investigate together. Head to Dysart Woods Park of Belmont County and walk through the old-growth forest. Restrained dogs on a cord or leash can join you on the trails in this 50-acre property. Protect the environment by scooping and disposing of your special pal's droppings.
The entrance to Barkcamp State Park is about a 2.3-mile drive from the village of Belmont and 24.9 miles from Powhatan Point. There are single-family homes around the border of this 1,005-acre facility. Pups and their owners will have a pawtastic time exploring the hills and valleys of this Appalachian Plateau property. You'll find four easy to moderate difficulty trails and a paved interpretive trail here. Bring your hand- or electric-powered boat and float or fish on Belmont Lake with Spot. Leashed pets can be in designated sections of the park and campgrounds. Be careful to remove your canine companion's waste.
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