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Dog Areas in Harrisville, WV

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Harrisville is a historic little town in West Virginia with plenty of charm for dog lovers who live in the area. If you're looking to move to the area, this rural town has lots of housing options to accommodate most families -- including those with furry members! 

If your fur-babies love to hike and camp with you, this is a great area to consider. The North Fork Hughes River defines the northern edge of the town. This river is frequented by dog walkers during the spring and summer months when everyone is looking for a way to beat the heat. The North Bend State Park Campgrounds are just a few minutes south of town and offer a variety of camping amenities whether you are bringing an RV or your tent! 

There is one animal hospital in Harrisville that services most of the animals in Ritchie County. Make sure you call ahead for an appointment and you are careful to maintain up-to-date records for your pets at all times. You will need a leash for your pup when walking through Harrisville and exploring the rivers, streams, and campgrounds.

If you and your precious pal enjoy exploring the great outdoors, you'll feel right at home in Harrisville!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harrisville, WV

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    Population Density 1,120/sq mi

    #1 North Harrisville

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    North Harrisville is a lovely part of town that is great for walking and camping with your fur family! The Lakeview Campground is a pupperific spot if your family wants to get away from it all and enjoy a dog-friendly weekend getaway. There are woods and streams throughout the campground, making for a truly invigorating and rejuvenating experience. Stewart Run flows right along the edge of the campground. You will see plenty of pups visiting the water there during the summer camping season -- after all, everyone loves a good splash to cool off! Just be sure to bring some waste bags for your trip.
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    Population Density 1,120/sq mi

    #2 South Harrisville

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    South Harrisville is a quiet area where you and your dog will find plenty of room to roam around. If you are just moving into the area, you will love the view of Back Run from the edge of town. This small stream is a puptastic place to stop while taking your evening walk before you settle in for the night. Harrisville Town Park is just a few minutes from the stream and is the pawfect place to bring a bag full of tennis balls and doggy waste bags for an afternoon of dog-friendly fun. Just don't forget to keep your dog on a leash while he's out with you. 

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    Population Density 433/sq mi

    #3 West Pennsboro

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    West Pennsboro is about a 14-minute drive north of Harrisville. You will find the short trip is well worth it if you and your pup love to hike, walk, or ride bikes together! The North Bend Rail Trail welcomes leashed dogs to explore the miles of repurposed railways that were once long abandoned. You will find the scene is serene and refreshing, and is the pawfect way to relax after a long week at work. If you are planning on spending a good bit of time in this area, you will want to bring plenty of drinking water and waste bags for the trip. 

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    Population Density 270/sq mi

    #4 Deerwalk

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    The community of Deerwalk is about 30 minutes away from Harrisville and is a pupperific destination for nature lovers. You will find Mountwood Park is a wonderful place to spend an entire day hiking, fishing, kayaking and more! The Mountwood Park Lake is right in the middle of the park and is a great way to beat the heat if you're visiting in the summer. The Sand Hill Wildlife Management Area is adjacent to Mountwood Park on the eastern side and is well worth the hike over if you want to see a more wild side of the area around you.
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    Population Density 13/sq mi

    #5 Brohard

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    Brohard is a community about thirty minutes to the south of Harrisville. You will find the expansive and beautiful Ritchie Mines Wildlife Management Area is just north of this town. This wildlife area allows leashed dogs to hike along the designated trails with their humans. You must clean up after your pup and make sure you have plenty of time and energy before heading over, as your dog won't want to leave any time soon! There are open green areas for a rest stop or even a picnis, as well as some room to throw around a tennis ball or two!
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