Hike With Your Dog

the site where you won't be able to wipe the wag off your dog's tail


National Parks With Hiking

Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area
Dogs are allowed on the trails in this park

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park
Dogs are allowed on the trails in this park

Fort Frederica National Monument

Fort Pulaski National Monument

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
Dogs are allowed on the trails in this park

Omulgee National Monument
Dogs are allowed on the grounds of this park

Links to National Forests With Hiking
Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests
State Parks With Hiking
Georgia State Parks
Dog are welcome at Georgia state parks and campgrounds; however, they are not allowed in or around historic sites, cottages, lodges, group camps, swimming areas, or Panola Mountain's trails.

A.H. Stephens Historic Park 

 Amicolola Falls Park

Black Rock Mountain Park 

Cloudland Canyon Park 

F.D. Roosevelt Park 

Fort Mountain Park 

Fort Yargo Park 

General Coffee Park 

George L. Smith Park 

Hamburg Park 

Hard Labor Creek Park 

Hart Park 

Little Ocmulgee Park 

Magnolia Springs Park 

Mistletoe Park 

Moccasin Creek Park 

Panola Mountain Conservation Park 

Providence Canyon Conservation Park 

Red Top Mountain Park 

Skidway Island Park 

Sprewell Bluff Park 

Sweetwater Creek Conservation Park 

Tallulah Gorge Park 

 Tugaloo Park

Unicoi Park 

 Victoria Bryant Park

Vogel Park 

 Watson Mill Bridge Park

Share A Favorite Hike With Your Dog In Georgia

Your Dog's Favorite Hikes In Georgia

Submitted by Leonard
Shorty Howell Park and Piedmont Park are both excellent places to hike with your dog while in Atlanta.

Submitted by Laura and Nena
In Albany GA there aren't alot of place to hike/pack with your dog. However, My weimeraner, Nena, and I have found a few worthwhile places. Our Personal favorite is Pirates Cove in Lee County. It's tucked away in a residential neighborhood and keep up by the sheriff's department. The trail is rather short, but full of great sights and smells. We've seen white-tail deer, many species of turtles and few snakes. The terrain is quite passable and rather solitary.
Other great place we discovered is the Parks at Chehaw. While it is both zoo and campgrounds, there are numerous trails to hike. A beautiful marsh is within the inner trails, full of waterfowl. Ticks are a problem here, so Nena has her Lyme disease vaccination up to date.
Since stumbling across your website, I have been determined to find dog friendly hiking trails in my area. I plan on visiting a place called the Little Grand Canyon, or Providence Park as it's also known. I am in love with the way my dog acts when she's packing with me. As a weimeraner owner, I am always busy finding new ways to keep her active and happy. Hiking is the right fit for her. I'm glad to give her purpose. Thank you for coming up with such a great site for all the dogs and their owners!


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