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Dog Areas in Cass

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The remote mountain community of Cass is located in a forested area in Pocahontas County. This historical logging village offers access to several parks and trails that allow dogs. If you're seeking veterinary services for your pup, the nearest clinic is about 29 miles southwest in Marlinton.

Enjoy a night under the stars with your furry friend at Whittaker Campground on Harry Gunn. This facility has tent and trailer sites and is located just west of Cass. Spend time exploring in the woods or try your hand at fishing. Make sure you keep your pooch restrained on a leash when visiting this property. 

If you're looking for a place to go hiking or backpacking through the Monongahela State Forest, connect to the West Fork Trail, about 19 miles north of Cass in Durbin. This 25.7-mile trail stretches north along the West Fork Branch of the Greenbrier River. Keep Fido on a leash and bring lots of water for your outing.

Also in Durbin, you and your furry friend can go camping at the East Fork Campground off Meadow Lane Drive. This site offers full hookups and has access to trails, fishing, and canoeing. Dogs are welcome here, provided they're kept on a leash.

The small town of Cass in West Virginia's northcentral highlands is an outdoor paradise for dogs and their owners.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cass

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    Population Density 50/sq mi

    #1 Cass

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    Cass is a small village in the Monongahela National Forest. There are single-family residences and resort homes in this quaint historical town. You can walk along the mountain roads with your pooch here. If you want to go hiking through the Alleghenies with your four-footed pal, connect to the Greenbrier River Trail at the lot off Deer Creek Road. This 78-mile rail-trail stretches south from Cass to Caldwell. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you on the scenic pathway. Enjoy pawtastic views as you hike with your pooch. Make sure you bring plenty of water and waste bags with you.
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    Population Density 10/sq mi

    #2 Dunmore

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    Dunmore is about an 8.2-mile drive southeast from Cass. This sprawling neighborhood features private residences, a church, farmland, and a country inn. For some daily exercise, you and Spot can walk along peaceful mountain lanes here. If you're looking for a more rugged setting to go hiking, take your fur baby to Seneca State Park off Browns Creek Road. This 11,684-acre forest has 23 miles of trails that you can explore with your special pal. Climb the fire tower for spectacular views. You can bring dogs as long as they're on a leash and under control. Bring your own water and waste bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 29/sq mi

    #3 Snowshoe

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    The ski resort town of Snowshoe is about ten miles west of Cass. There are condo developments and some private estates here. You'll be able to take your pup for a walk along back roads on the west ridge to get some exercise. For a change of scenery, head west about 13.7 miles to the Tea Creek Wildlife Management Area. Hike through the woods or fish for trout and bass in the streams in the expansive property. You can bring dogs in this state property as long as they're restrained on a leash. Pack water and waste bags for your outing.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 37/sq mi

    #4 Green Bank

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    Green Bank is a small, rural neighborhood with single-family homes, farmland, and a few small businesses. Here, you and your furry pal can take peaceful walks along country lanes. For a hike through the forest, connect with the Hosterman Trail at the end of Slavin Hollow Road. This out-and-back pathway stretches northwest about 2.7 miles to Hosterman. Climb the ridge and follow the Greenbrier River on this challenging trek. Dogs that are leashed and under control are permitted to accompany you when you hike here. Remember to bring along water and some waste bags so that you can clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 23/sq mi

    #5 Arbovale

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    The mountainside area of Arbovale includes single-family homes, some small businesses, and a science observatory. There are plenty of quiet lanes here where you and your canine pal can take a little stroll together. Take your pooch and go fishing in the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park. Access Deer Creek off Cass Road, which is located about 5.7 miles southwest of the neighborhood. Cast your line in the water while Fido relaxes by your side. You can bring dogs with you if they're on a leash and you pick up their droppings. Arbovale is about 8.3 miles northeast of Cass.
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