Dog Friendly Activities in Deatsville, AL

There aren't any dog friendly activities in Deatsville. However, you'll find information on all of the dog friendly activities within a 20 mile radius of Deatsville below! Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Deatsville, AL, or call 877-411-FIDO to speak with one of our pet travel experts!

Pet Friendly Cooters Pond Dog Park in Prattville, AL
Large fenced in dog area with bags/trash cans for clean up. Picnic areas available outside of dog play area. Directions: coming from Montgomery, take US 31 North towards Prattville. Once you pass county road 4 (on left) take your next right - Scenic Dr (there is a sign for the park just prior). Take another immediate right onto Cooter Pond Rd and follow for a few miles to the park. Once at the park take a left and then another left up the hill to the overlook. The dog park is at the far end of the overlook park.
Pet Friendly Hannah Daye Ridling Bark Park in Montgomery, AL
The Hannah Daye Ridling Bark Park opened May 2013 to positive reviews and many happy dog owners! The new park has two areas; one for small dogs and the other for large dogs. Both areas have gazebos, doggie dog washing stations, multiple benches and water fountains. The park has a " dog park ranger" on duty to make sure that all dogs that come through are up to date on shots (please make sure you have rabies tags or paper work on hand) and to answer any questions or concerns you may have concerning the park. Each side of the park also has walking trails, plenty of doggie waste stations and many more amenities not found in other areas!
Pet Friendly Blount Cultural Park in Montgomery, AL
Over 3.5 miles of paved walking trails, usually not very busy (especially in the morning). Dogs are required to be on leash.
Pet Friendly Lagoon Park Trail in Montgomery, AL
Bring Fido for a trek along Lagoon Park Trail. Located on 176 acres, Lagoon Park Trail offers miles of natural surface paths that "meander through hardwood forest and pine flats, over meadows, along a creek, and around a scenic lagoon." Dogs must be cleaned up after and leashed during the entirety of their hike.
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