Dog walking in Montrose

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Dog Walking in Montrose

The small village of Montrose is a remote community in Randolph County. There are a number of outdoor activities in the area that you and your pooch can check out together. When you need healthcare for your special pal, you'll find three small animal clinics in Elkins, about 11 miles south of here.

Take your furry pal to Teter Creek Lake Wildlife Management Area for an outdoor adventure. This 137-acre facility has hiking trails through the woods and a 35-acre lake. Bring your boat and go fishing in the area lake. Dogs must be on a leash that's no longer than ten feet.

Go hiking in the Pheasant Mountain area by connecting to the Shingletree Trail. There's a small trailhead along US Highway 219, about seven miles east of Montrose. You and your canine companion will get some exercise on this rugged pathway. Bring water and waste bags. 

Another pawtastic trail that you and your leashed pooch can check out is the Otter Creek Trail. This primitive pathway through the Otter Creek Wilderness offers a vigorous workout. Enjoy the incredible sights as you hike along the water on old logging roads.

Montrose and the surrounding areas have a lot to offer dog lovers and their pups!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Montrose

Montrose

48
Population Density
747 per sq. mi.

Montrose

48

Montrose is a remote rural area with some farms and single-family homes that's near the Monongahela National Forest. You can take your furry friend for walks along country lanes here. There's also a pawtastic multi-use pathway that cuts through the neighborhood. Connect to the Allegheny Highlands Trail to take an extended hike or run. You'll find a parking lot trailhead off Seneca Avenue near the post office. This pathway stretches south to Elkins and northeast to Hendricks. Dogs are allowed to join you here if they're kept on a leash and under control. Bring water and waste bags with you for your outing.

Kerens

36
Population Density
120 per sq. mi.

Kerens

36

The community of Kerens is about four miles south of Montrose. This area includes some farms, homes, and the fire station. You and fido can go for a walk in the country for exercise here. If you're looking for a place to explore nature with your furry pal, head to Stuart Recreation Area. Walk or jog along the two mile River Loop Hiking Trail with your four-footed friend. Watch for birds and other wildlife, or bring a pole and do a little trout fishing. You can bring dogs here as long as they're on a leash and you clean up after them.

Smoky Hollow

24
Population Density
38 per sq. mi.

Smoky Hollow

24

Smoky Hollow in Parsons includes some school property, single-family homes, and a campground. There are some quiet wooded roads here where you and Fido can take a daily stroll together. Plan an outdoor getaway with your pooch at Five River Campground off Walnut Street. This puptacular facility offers full-service hookups and tent sites. Walk along the river or try your hand at fishing here. Dogs are welcome to join you as long as you keep them under control and on a leash. Make sure you clean up any droppings while you're visiting. Smoky Hollow is located about 11 miles east of Montrose.

Leadsville

12
Population Density
170 per sq. mi.

Leadsville

12

About ten miles south of Montrose, you'll find the community of Leadsville. This neighborhood includes a church, private residences, and some small businesses. There's a furrific park along Tygart Valley River, just two miles south of the community. Head to Glendale Park with your canine companion and go hiking around the perimeter. This 36 acre facility has open spaces where you and fido can play ball or frisbee together. After you get some exercise, share a meal at one of the picnic tables. Dogs are permitted in the park as long as they're kept on a leash and you pick up their waste.

Mill Race

0
Population Density
51 per sq. mi.

Mill Race

0

Mill Race in Parsons lies between two forks of the Cheat River and is located about 11 miles east of Montrose. This peaceful area has single-family dwellings and a lovely park. Walk through the neighborhood with your furry friend. For a nice jog, head to Mill Race Park off Seneca Trail. This facility has a paved loop that circles the property. Take a few laps, then spend some time playing ball on the lawn with your special pal. Dogs on a leash can accompany you here. Bring waste bags with you so that you can clean up after your fur baby.