Mistletoe Park in Augusta, Georgia is known for many things. One of the biggest attractions of this natural park is based on its name. During the holiday season, locals gather together at this park to pick the Mistletoe that grows abundantly here. Mistletoe Park is also well known for the phenomenal bass fishing that goes on here.
This exceptional state park in the state of Georgia is roughly 15 and a half miles of walking trails that can be explored. It also offers great amenities like fishing, camping, boating, and swimming. Your dog is welcomed to join you on all trails as long as they are on a leash than six feet long or shorter.
Also, dogs are welcomed to camp or be in cabins with you. There is $45 fee per dog to stay in a cabin, however. And there are no more than two dogs allowed per cabin. Dogs should have all of their vaccinations and tags while visiting Mistletoe Park. The park asks that you take the time to always clean up after yourself and your pet. Also, be sure to bring water for your pup when out on the hiking trails.
During the holiday season pets are welcomed to come and even visit Santa for a picture. This is one park that is all about families and the holidays. It’s even more amazing to see that they allow for pet-friendly activities during the holidays which you don’t see very often at other parks.
If you and your pup feel like you are in the holiday mood or just need a good old fashion walk out in nature, then this is the place to be! I highly recommend you take advantage of all the Mistletoe Park has to offer. Whether you are on the naughty or nice list, there is plenty of mistletoe to go around.