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Saint Paul is a beautiful Virginia town on the Clinch River, in the lower corner of the state. The town was built intentionally around the river and through the hills of the area. The town has a whimsical feel to it that you are sure to enjoy if you stop by to visit or if you are looking for your next home in the area. The community has a rich history in the Industrial Revolution, as well as back to colonial times. The area was settled by mostly French immigrants in the late 1700s seeking freedom from oppression.
Dog walkers visiting Saint Paul love to explore the Clinch River. The river is a popular destination for those who love to stay by the water during the warmer months. You can sail small boats, fish, hike, or wade into the water throughout the year. If your dog doesn't care much for the water, there is plenty of greenery in the surrounding areas for you to explore if you prefer. Just make sure your pup stays on a leash and you have plenty of waste bags to clean up after them as you make your way through this cheerfully pupperific town!
Saint Paul is a small town, but there are plenty of places for you to explore with your dog if you find yourself looking for a way to burn off some steam before dinner time. Mountain View is a large off-road trail system with plenty of multi-use trails spanning more than 100 miles. There are spaces designated for hiking, horses, and even ATVs! If you are planning on bringing your dog to sniff out these trails, make sure you steer clear of the OHV trails to make sure your pup stays safe while exploring this stunning network of nature trails.
An hour away from Saint Paul is the Natural Tunnel State Park. This fiercely unique state park is home to a large, natural limestone ridge that formed a "tunnel" over a period of thousands of years. You can hike, camp, and even picnic throughout the park. The park has accessibility features to assist everyone who wants to enjoy the natural beauty of the stone. If you are bringing your dog, make sure they stay on their leash and you have plenty of drinking water for both of you to stay hydrated as you take a break on your way through.
Breaks is a charming little unincorporated community on the Kentucky/Virginia border, right before you head into the mountains. This charming community has a small-town feel and plenty of greenery to enjoy with a mountain view off in the distance. Breaks Interstate Park is located in the mountains on the border of this town, where you will find rivers and hiking trails to explore, along with places to camp and enjoy the stunning views around you. Just make sure you pack plenty of drinking water, snacks, and doggy waste bags to make for a stress-free adventure with your canine companion.
Rock Hill Park is a community in the town of Walnut Hill, just an hour south of Saint Paul on the Tennessee side of the border. Nearby, you will find Steele Creek Park. This regional park has more than 2,000 acres of amazing green space for a puptastic afternoon. The park was going to be a state park, but the plans never materialized. The entrance to the park is part of the original plans for the state park and still has its own gateway. There is a lodge on-site that has been there since 1964. Be prepared to meet plenty of other dog walkers in this area!
West Ridge is a lovely community on the western side of Bristol, about an hour from Saint Paul. This little Tennessee community has plenty of places to keep your pup entertained throughout the week, whether you are visiting or staying for a little while. Morning Rotary Centennial Park is a popular destination for dog walkers with small children, with plenty of room for the whole family to roam. You will need to pack your doggy day bag full of drinking water, snacks, treats, a tennis ball or two, and plenty of waste bags for a seamless afternoon of fun in the sun!
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