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Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Dahlonega, GA

There’s 1 dog friendly hiking trail in Dahlonega, and 8 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 Dahlonega.

Pet Friendly Preacher's Rock
Preacher's Rock Preacher's Rock is a pet-friendly hike in Suches, GA. As you walk the trail, you’ll be treated to incredible views for miles across tree-covered peaks and valleys. The biggest payoff is at Preachers Rock, which offers views to Big Cedar Mountain and beyond. During spring and summer, wildflowers line the pathway to add a bit of color to the pathway. This beautiful hike is also one of the easier stretches of the A.T. in the Peach State at just 2 miles roundtrip and takes 1-2 hours to complete. Leashed dogs are welcome. See Details
Pet Friendly Anna Ruby Falls
Anna Ruby Falls Anna Ruby Falls is a beautiful waterfall near Helen, GA. Located in the heart of the Chattahoochee National Forest, this picturesque spot can be accessed from a dog-friendly, half-mile trail within Unicoi State Park. Dogs are welcome on the trail, as long as they are leashed and cleaned up after. See Details
Unicoi State Park Fido is welcome to explore Unicoi State Park in Helen, GA! This dog-friendly park features 1,029 acres of adventure activities, a 53-acre lake nestled between mountaintops, and gorgeous trails to Helen and Anna Ruby Falls. Visiting pets must be friendly and on a short, sturdy leash. Dog owners must be courteous to other patrons and clean up after their pets in all areas of the park. There is an entrance fee per vehicle. See Details
Charleston Park Charleston Park is a dog-friendly park in Cumming, GA, where Fido is welcome to join you for a hike or picnic. It features boat ramp areas for Lake Lanier, a multi-use trail, picnic tables with grills, and restrooms. See Details
Mount Yonah Trail Popular with locals and tourists alike, Mount Yonah Trail is dog-friendly! Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners as they hike through a forest, past wildflowers, steep drop-offs, and exposed rock outcrops to panoramic views at the summit. The hike is roughly four miles round trip and is moderately strenuous. See Details
Unicoi to Helen Trail Unicoi to Helen Trail is a 3-mile, one-way, pet-friendly pathway that leads from Unicoi State Park into Helen's bustling Bavarian downtown. Leashed dogs are welcome to join their owners on this moderate, heavily trafficked hike, as long as all mess is cleaned up after them and they remain on a short leash. See Details
Raven Cliffs Trail Raven Cliffs Trail is a dog-friendly trail in Helen, GA. This trail is home to a trout stream, 40 foot waterfall, mossy areas, and acres of wildflowers. Your leashed dog is welcome to join you on the trail, but they must be picked up after to adhere to the Leave No Trace practices of the park. Please check the website for current rates of admittance. See Details
Chattahoochee National Forest The Chattahoochee National Forest is dog-friendly! When combined with the Oconee National Forest, the Chattahoochee National Forest spans nearly 867,000 acres across 26 counties and features thousands of miles of clear streams and rivers, 850 miles of recreation trails, dozens of campgrounds, picnic areas, and areas rich in natural scenery, history, and culture. Hikers bringing their dogs on the trails must keep them under verbal or physical restraint at all times—using a leash in crowded areas. Dog owners should be aware that they may run across horseback riders, mountain bikers, and four-wheelers on the trails. When in the campgrounds, dogs must be on a leash, tied up in a shady spot and given lots of attention to minimize barking. Owners should check the Forest's website and social media before planning their outing for wildlife warnings, which require dogs to be leashed at all times for safety. See Details
Blood Mountain Loop Blood Mountain Loop is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome on this six mile loop across the southern Appalachians. There’s a historic, rustic shelter to explore on the way. This trail is rated difficult. See Details