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Dog Areas in Signal Mountain

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Much like many of the towns in the south, Signal Mountain has a very rich history. Before colonization, Signal Mountain was used by Native Americans to quite literally send smoke signals across the valley. Later on, the Union Army used the same point in Signal Mountain as a place of communication. After the war, there were only a few families living in the area due to many health epidemics. 

Since then, the town has become one of the best places to raise a family according to Bloomberg BusinessWeek. The town's rich history is something that all its inhabitants know. However, many residents also choose to focus on the future. Signal Mountain has an abundance of attractions for locals and tourists. In addition to natural and commercial attractions, the city has many outdoor events for humans and dogs throughout the year.

Need to get out of town for a little while? You can always make your way down to the busy city of Chattanooga. You will find many restaurants, shops, activities and things to do with your pooch here. You can also head to one of the many national forests and nature preserves in the area. Trust us -- there’s no shortage of activities for you and your pooch in and around Signal Mountain!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Signal Mountain

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 217/sq mi

    #1 Applewood

    Sometimes, you don't need to go to a park, you don't need to go for a walk, and you certainly don't need to spend time at home. Sometimes, all you need is some fried chicken! If you feel your stomach rumbling, take your dog to one of the only pet-friendly restaurants in the city: Guthrie's Restaurant. This local chain restaurant is famous for -- you guessed it -- its crispy fried chicken. Plus, you can even take your pooch with you to chow down! If you don't want them stealing a bite from your plate, make sure to pack some dog snacks and a collapsible water bowl.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 217/sq mi

    #2 Town Center


    Unfortunately, there are no dog parks in Signal Mountain. However, if you head to the center of town, you will find Green Gorge Park. This family-friendly park has plenty of amenities and activities that you and Fido will love. What pup doesn't love a large open space? There are also wooded areas of the park where you and your pooch can hunt for mushrooms under the tall trees. The park also has plenty of walking and hiking trails that you'd be barking mad to miss! Just make sure you keep your pooch on a leash at all times and clean up after them. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 288/sq mi

    #3 East Powells Crossroads

    There is nothing like a fun day of getting lost in the mountains with your four-legged companion. Of course, we don't mean literally, so make sure you take your cell phone and a physical map! Drive only five minutes west to take your pooch to Prentice Cooper State Forest. This large forest has thirty-five miles of trails so you and your dog can get a great workout. Just make sure you keep your pup on a leash at all times because this state park requires it. Whether you spend an afternoon, a weekend, or even longer at the park, you and your dog will have a furrific time!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,026/sq mi

    #4 Hamillville

    Sometimes, dogs just need a place to run, play, and socialize with other pups. Drive twenty-five minutes to Hamillville to find a place where Fido can do just that! Greenway Farms Dog Park is a gigantic park with plenty of space for you and your pooch. It also offers many activities, such as kayaking, gardening, and hiking. You will often see many people picnicking with their pooches in the park. But don't worry if you are not in the mood to make friends -- the park is large enough for you and your pooch to find your own secluded oasis. Don't forget the waste bags!
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 803/sq mi

    #5 Broad St

    Gather all the dog toys in your home, load up your car with some snacks and your pooch, and head to Chattanooga Chew Chew Canine Park. It will only take you approximately fifteen minutes to get here, but the short trip is well worth it! This park has a chill atmosphere and plenty of pup pals to play with. This fenced park provides water fountains, but you'll need to bring your own waste baggies. Chattanooga Chew Chew Canine Park is also just a skip and a hop from downtown, which is pawsitively packed with dog-friendly eateries where you can refuel before heading back home.
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