Dog Friendly Activities in Prattville, AL

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Prattville, and 9 more nearby. 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 Prattville.

Pet Friendly Cooters Pond Dog Park at Cooters Pond Park
Cooters Pond Dog Park at Cooters Pond Park Cooters Pond Dog Park at Cooters Pond Park features a large fenced in dog area with bags and 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. See Details
Pet Friendly Hannah Daye Ridling Bark Park
Hannah Daye Ridling Bark Park The Hannah Daye Ridling Bark Park is located off of Vaughn Road in Blount Cultural Park. There is a main entrance that leads to two separate areas; one being for small dogs and the other large dogs. In each area there is a wash station available along with a gazebo. There are also benches and fountains available throughout each area of the park. See Details
Blount Cultural Park Blount Cultural Park features over 3.5 miles of paved walking trails several ponds, and exquisite statuary throughout the property. Dogs are required to be on leash. Serving as a regional destination for park users, this 77 acre park is also home to the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. See Details
Lagoon Park Trail 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. See Details
TA Montgomery This location has a dedicated area for pets that need some exercise or a rest break. Waste bags and trash receptacles are also available for easy cleanup. TA and Petro Travel Stores also carry a variety of pet care products. TA also has a Country Pride restaurant. See Details
The Shoppes at Eastchase The Shoppes at EastChase has a number of pet-friendly stores for you and Fido to explore. Located on the east side of Montgomery at the intersection of Interstate 85 and Taylor Road, this popular mall allows pooches inside a number of their stores. The following stores allow pets inside: American Eagle Outfitters, Banana Republic, Chico’s, Claire’s, Francesca’s Collections, J.Jill, Justice, Kinnucans, LOFT, Lotus Boutique, Soma, Talbots, Ware Jewelers, White House, and Black Market. Small dogs are allowed at A-Z Toys and dogs inside their carriers can be taken inside Pier1, Dillard's, and Express. See Details
Common Bond Brewers Common Bond Brewers has a dog-friendly patio in front of the building. Fido can join you on the patio, but not inside or on the back terrace of the building. Claiming to be the city’s only production brewery, Common Bond was built with the intention of bringing the local folks together. The four flagship beers on draft are a variety of ales: amber, rye, blonde, and pale. Common Bond Brewers is open Wednesday to Thursday from 4pm to 10pm, Friday to Saturday from 12pm to 10pm, and Sunday from 12pm to 6pm. See Details
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice The National Memorial for Peace and Justice is pet-friendly. Although dogs are not allowed inside the buildings, the outdoor memorial space welcomes pups. They welcome you and your pets to visit the outdoor space of The Peace and Justice Memorial Center. It is dedicated to the women, men, and children who were victims of racial terror lynchings or violence during the 1950's. Don't forget to visit the memorial for over 2,000 people who were lynched between 1865-1876. Dog owners are reminded to clean up after pets and to keep them leashed during your visit. They are open Wednesday through Monday from 9am to 5pm. See Details
Civil Rights Memorial Civil Rights Memorial is pet-friendly. Created by Vietnam Veterans Memorial designer Maya Lin, the Memorial is located across the street from the Southern Poverty Law Center's office building in Montgomery. The centerpiece is a circular black granite table that records the names of the martyrs and chronicles the history of the movement. Dogs are not allowed in the museum or Memorial Center, but are welcome to join their owners at the outdoor memorial. See Details
Civil Rights Audio Walking Tour Civil Rights Audio Walking Tour is pet-friendly. Hear historic information about civil rights attractions in Montgomery, AL along with excerpts from the civil rights pioneers who made a difference. Follow the path of civil rights history through the area. Download the tour audio files directly from the website to your phone. As the tour is outside, dogs are welcome to join their owners along the way. See Details