Savannah is known as a historic city with beautiful architecture, well-known plazas and squares, and Southern charm. As a popular tourist destination, Savannah is the birthplace of Girl Scouts founder Juliette Gordon Low, Flannery O'Connor's childhood home, a thriving culture of music and performing arts, a popular riverfront, museums, historic buildings like homes and churches, and a few local colleges.
Positively, Metropolitan is a very flat neighborhood, so you and your pup should have a leisurely and relaxing walk. Most of this city is relatively flat, so you should have a similar experience no matter what part of the Savannah neighborhood you visit.
The borders of Metropolitan include East Anderson Street to the northeast, Bull Street to the southeast, East Victory Drive to the southwest, and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to the northwest. Bull Street is home to many of the local businesses and may have more traffic than other streets.
Thankfully, there are a few other greenways within walking distance of Metropolitan. First, only a few blocks to the north, you will find the famous Forsyth Park. This 30-acre park is one of the most iconic spaces and tourist attractions in Savannah. It is home to sports facilities, walking paths, playgrounds, a large fountain, and a fragrant garden for those with visual impairments. Sometimes, this park hosts public events like outdoor concerts and features special decorations for holidays like turning the fountain water green for St. Patrick's Day!
Other nearby greenways include Floyd "Press Boy" Adams Park, Entelman Park, Kavanaugh Park, Guckenheimer Park, Lattimore Park, and Baldwin Park. The nearest dog park is a mile away to the east, located in Daffin Park.