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Dog Areas in Cleveland, VA

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Home to just under 130 residents, Cleveland is a tiny settlement in Virginia, Russell County. About 43 families enjoy the local facilities and are proud to be a part of the history. The town borders with Jessees Mill, which was built in the mid-19th century and is now a historic site. Set on the Clinch River, the town offers beautiful views and a set of outdoor water attractions. The closest vet clinics can be found in Lebanon if you're traveling with Fido.

Tank Hollow Falls is a stunning natural attraction near Cleveland. This hidden gem is tucked away: look out for the gravel road not far from Cleveland Baptist Church. This beautiful waterfall may be off the beaten path, but you and Fido will be glad you sniffed it out! Your pup pal will pawsitively love exploring the 0.5-mile hiking trail. The area is open year-round and is perfect for all levels of hikers. Puppies are welcome to join you on-leash! Locals say that the place is strikingly beautiful in winter when the water is frozen!

More spectacular waterfalls, towering cliffs, and miles of walking trails are waiting for you in Pinnacle Nature Preserve. This is another of Virginia’s natural wonders that's pawfect for the whole family! The preserve is open year-round and from sunrise to sunset.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cleveland, VA

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    Population Density 600/sq mi

    #1 Whites Mill Road


    The White Mill Road neighborhood, north of Abingdon, is a historic area with another grist mill dating back to the mid-19th century. But, unlike the mill near Cleveland, this one is still in working condition! The area is not densely populated and has no amenities to visit, but it does offer a vast terrain to explore with Fido! There’s also a small dam nearby to explore. A bit farther south, you'll find Riverside Campground on North Fork Holston River. It’s a pet-friendly camping site where you can soak in the beauty of Virginia’s nature! The area feature hook-ups and cabins, outdoor attractions, and miles of trails! Who's up for a stroll?

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,016/sq mi

    #2 McChesney Heights


    McChesney Heights is a neighborhood in Bristol, a city split between Tennessee and Virginia. This neighborhood, located on the Virginia side, comes complete with residential quarters, shops, parks, and schools. You will find everything your barking bestie needs in Sugar Hollow Park, a vast recreation area with tons of facilities. There are several sports fields, a playground, and more! Puppies are welcome to explore the grounds with you, as long as they are on-leash. There’s no place you can't bring Fido! Picnic shelters are available year-round, as well as biking and walking trails. There’s also a fenced doggy spot for small pups to play together.

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    Population Density 0/sq mi

    #3 Channels State Forest


    The massive Channels State Forest sprawls throughout Washington and Russell Counties. There are several entrances to the natural area. The closest one for you will be near Rosedale, a town east of Cleveland. The forest is not entirely pet-friendly, but some areas are. The Channels Natural Area Preserve is one of them. It’s a beautiful place with elevated forest and rock formations. The local wonder is the maze-like system of boulders and sandstone crevices on Clinch Mountain! The area is also pawfect for hiking! Most of the trails are moderate and easy to follow. Keep in mind that camping is not allowed.

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    Population Density 1,105/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Abingdon


    Visiting the historic downtown of Abingdon is a fantastic idea! Do you live in Cleveland? Your adventure will take no more than 40 minutes south. According to the locals, Abingdon is a small town with big charm! It’s also a snifftastic spot for shopping and dining out. If you want to bring Fido with you on a doggie dinner date, no problem! The Tavern on the Main Street will welcome you with a mix of American and German hospitality. The outdoor seating area has a cozy atmosphere, making this a mutts-see for beer fans! Love coffee? Zazzy’z Coffee House down the street is at your service and welcomes canine customers outside.

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    Population Density 494/sq mi

    #5 Northern Lebanon


    Northern Lebanon is an area near Little Cedar Creek, centered on Main Street in the northeastern part of Lebanon, Virginia. It’s a busy area with commercial attractions, cafes, and residential quarters. Dog owners will love J.S. Easterly Park, a city park with crystal-clear waterfalls and beautiful nature (it is Virginia, after all). The park is perfect for sports enthusiasts, offering a tennis court and miles of walking trails. Get your leash ready; it’s time to embark on a walking adventure! You can treat your buddy to something tasty in Bonanza Steakhouse, which serves up hearty meals to doggie diners in the outdoor seating area.

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