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Dog Areas in Huntington, WV

7 Parks
2 Trails
8 Groomers

Huntington is one of the largest cities in West Virginia, situated on the Ohio River, and 53 miles east of the State’s capital Charleston in Cabell County. This city has parks-aplenty, and is a great spot to spend some time in with your pet. Huntington takes great care of pets with four animal hospitals and two vet clinics, meaning your pooch is in safe hands should he fall ill while you are here.

For some much-needed off-leash time, head to the Huntington Pet Safe Dog Park in Ritter Park.
There are two fenced areas here, one for larger dog and one for the little pups, each with some agility equipment for extra fun. Benches are conveniently situated in the play areas for you to relax at while your pooch gallops around, and waste bags and water fountains are provided. Outside the dog park, Ritter Park is well worth spending some time in. You will need to put your pup back on the lead here while you enjoy the walking trails, picnic areas, rose garden and shady trees.

There’s no shortage of pet-friendly places to eat in Huntington. Le Bistro is a lovely French-inspired restaurant, where you can enjoy brunch, lunch or dinner with your pet by your side at one of the outdoor tables. The Marshall Hall of Fame Café has more American-style cuisine on their extensive menu of appetisers, salads, soups, sandwiches and hearty mains. Pets are also welcome here at the outdoor seating area. Likewise with Five Guys, take a seat outdoors with your pup and enjoy a burger, sandwich, wings or hotdog, washed down with a delicious milkshake.

So, head out and explore this pawsome pet-friendly city – you and your furry friend will love it here!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Huntington, WV

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    Population Density 3,358/sq mi

    #1 Anita Heights

    Rotary Park in Huntington covers over 100 acres right near the city centre, and is a fantastic place to spend the day with the whole family. Your pup will love walking the trails with you that lead through the bushland, and up to an observation tower and an overlook for a spectacular view of the city. Bring his favourite ball for a game on the expanse of green grass, or just take some time to wander the grounds and see what you can find. If you have kids with you, they will enjoy the disc golf courses and softball fields, basketball court, and playground. Afterwards, set out a packed lunch at one of the picnic areas and enjoy the quiet surroundings while you plan the next activity on your agenda!
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    Population Density 3,225/sq mi

    #2 Downtown/ Marshall

    Wander down to Harris Riverfront Park in Huntington for a walk or picnic lunch with your pup and take in views of the Ohio River. Pets are welcome here, but must remain leashed at all times. If you are up for a little more activity, exercise stations are dotted along the paths to really get you moving, and there is a playground and skate park if you have little ones in tow. Once you have worked up an appetite, take your dog to Black Sheep Burrito and Brews and sit with him at one of the outdoor tables. On the menu here is a vast selection of appetizers, specialty wings, quesadillas, burritos, tacos, salads and soups. Chipotle Mexican Grill is also close by and another pet-friendly dining option, with five outdoor tables suitable for furry companions.

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    Population Density 2,412/sq mi

    #3 Altizer

    Altizer Park on the eastern edge of Huntington is another great park to bring your pup for an on-lead walk. The paved track makes for an easy stroll, or pick up the pace for an energetic jog with your pooch. There are also exercise stations at Altizer Park to paws at for a quick workout. The kids will love the outer-space themed playground and the skate park, basketball courts and ball field, or riding their bikes around the track with you and your pup. Bring water, a doggie drinking bowl and cleanup bags here, and keep your pet leashed during your visit.

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    Population Density 799/sq mi

    #4 Harveytown

    Clean, well-maintained and a lot of fun, head over to Harveytown Park in the western section of Huntington for a great excursion with your pup. Nature trails throughout the park area make for a lovely on-lead walk and chance to escape the city amongst some trees. The farm-themed playground will also keep the kids happy, and the picnic areas include grills for cooking up a delicious hot lunch. Just north of Harveytown Park is Kiwanis Park, where you can take pleasant walk along the Fourpole Creek on the paved path. Another playground, shady trees and more picnic spots will also greet you here.

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    Population Density 2,836/sq mi

    #5 West Huntington

    Saint Cloud Commons is a popular spot for walks and puppy plays, located in the far western end of Huntington. Fourpole Creek runs through here and can make for a little bit of mud, so if you are visiting in wet weather – bring a towel for the trip back to town! There is a paved walking trail around this park, and a ball field to enjoy. Bring your pup’s Frisbee or ball for a great game and really wear him out! Pack water, as there aren’t any fountains here, and have some waste disposal bags handy. For a treat after your play, head up to Dairy Queen for an ice cream or milkshake, or try one of their savoury options.

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