Well-renowned for its air of tranquility, the Red Clay State Historic Park grounds provide the ideal backdrop for a relaxing hike or day reconnecting with nature. Situated near to the Georgia border, its location is convenient for residents of both states.
Though no designated dog play area is housed on the property, dogs are welcome to join their owners on the trails so long as they remain on a lead of no greater than six feet in length. There are no on-site amenities provided for dogs. Bathrooms are available for public use; however, owners should bring drinking water from home for their dog's refreshment.
Poop bags are not supplied. Since all canine waste removal is the responsibility of each owner, it is important for owners to carry bags with them at all times. Red Clay State Historic Park is a public property. Entrance to this beautiful recreational area is offered to all people and their pooches free of charge.
Among the on-site amenities are a visitor center, hiking trails, and a museum dedicated to the history of the Cherokee Indians. The land was formerly used for cotton farming and pasture in previous eras. It is comprised of picturesque valleys which are narrow in scope, and that now offer hiking opportunities over varied terrain.
Also housed on the grounds is a natural spring trail and an overlook tower which both provide breathtaking views. Picnic areas are also situated throughout the property, affording families a relaxing space to enjoy a meal or light snack together.
Red Clay State Historic Park encourages all families to ensure their dogs are current on vaccinations and possess an up to date city license tag. For a great day learning more about American history in an idyllic setting, plan to visit Red Clay State Historic Park!