Dog walking in Princeton

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Dog Walking in Princeton

Known as a Jewel of the South, the city of Princeton is a lovely place for dogs and their owners. With five area parks and a city path, you and your fur baby will be able to get fresh air and exercise here. If you need professional services for your pup, there are five veterinary clinics in town.

Take your four-footed pal for an outdoor adventure in Pinnacle Rock State Park, located about 13.5 miles to the west. This forested facility has over six miles of hiking trails and a picnic area. Go exploring in the woods or climb Pinnacle Rock for stunning views of the area. Make sure you keep Fido on a leash and bring along waste bags.

Another pawtastic park to visit is about 15 miles north of town. Camp Creek State Park off County Highway 19/5 has almost 6,000 acres of land to explore. There are miles of trails and some trout streams for you and your pooch to enjoy together. Spend the day exploring or reserve a site in one of the four campgrounds.  Bring water and waste bags with your and keep your pooch on a leash while visiting this property.

Princeton is a family-friendly community that provides easy access to several outdoor recreational facilities that you and your pup can check out.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Princeton

Green Valley

48
Population Density
6,338 per sq. mi.

Green Valley

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The community of Green Valley is a residential neighborhood with single-family homes and an apartment complex. For some exercise, you and Fido can stroll around Village Green Circle or by Brush Creek. When you want to get out and explore nature, head west to Glenwood Park. This 325-acre facility has hiking trails, a fishing lake, and a picnic area. Watch for wildlife as you wander through the woods with your special pal. Bring a canoe or paddle boat to get out on the water. Remember to keep your pup on a leash and bring along waste bags to clean up any messes.

City View Heights

36
Population Density
1,941 per sq. mi.

City View Heights

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The neighborhood around City View Heights is a residential area with a mixture of houses, trailer homes, and private estates. There are some quiet streets here where you can take your canine pal for a stroll. When you're looking for a furrific park with trails and lots of green space, head to Princeton City Park off Emory Avenue. This facility includes wooded sections with hiking paths, a picnic area, and a disc golf course. Get some exercise as you hike along the two-mile trail with your four-footed friend. Make sure you keep fido on a leash and pick up his waste.

Quail Valley

24
Population Density
2,269 per sq. mi.

Quail Valley

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The Quail Valley neighborhood includes single-family homes and apartment complexes. This area of town features quiet lanes where you and Fido can take a walk together. When you want to spend some time in the park with your pooch, head to Earl Muse Memorial Park on Pine Street. This community facility features a playground, some open lawn, and a basketball court. Bring your pooch here to work on obedience drills or play some frisbee. Dogs need to be on a leash or under your control while visiting public spaces. Make sure you bring some waste bags to pick up after your pup.

White Oak Valley

12
Population Density
5,821 per sq. mi.

White Oak Valley

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In the White Oak Valley area, you'll find some woods and roads with houses and trailer homes. There are sidewalks in the neighborhood where you can take your fur baby for a daily walk. If you're looking for some green space to enjoy with your special pal, head to McKinley Park on McKinley Avenue. This facility features open field and wooded areas. Walk along the edge of the trees or play in the grass with your canine companion. Dogs are permitted in public areas as long as they're on a leash or under control. Bring water and waste bags with you.

Lilly Grove

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Population Density
1,303 per sq. mi.

Lilly Grove

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Lilly Grove is a primarily residential neighborhood with homes, a church, and a few small businesses. You'll find some peaceful streets here where you can take your special pal for a walk around the block. For a change of venue, head to the community park on Oliver Street. This small facility includes a basketball court and some open lawn. Play frisbee or run through some obedience drills. Bring a blanket and stretch out on the grass for a picnic with your pooch. Remember to keep Spot on a leash and under control. Make sure you have waste bags to pick up after your pup.