Dog Friendly Hiking Trails in Newton, NC

There are 4 dog-friendly hiking trails within 20 miles of Newton. 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 Newton.

Pet Friendly Lake Norman State Park
Lake Norman State Park The dog-friendly Lake Norman State Park is a great place to hike and explore with Fido in Troutman, NC. There are several trails to hike on with your furry friend ranging from easy to moderate in difficulty. Parkgoers can also enjoy a picnic, boating, swimming, and fishing, among other activities. Dogs are not allowed in swimming areas but are permitted everywhere else as long as they remain leashed. See Details
Pet Friendly Oak Hill Community Park
Oak Hill Community Park Oak Hill Community Park is a pet-friendly recreation and nature preservation area in Lenoir, NC. Bring Fido out for an afternoon of exercise or relaxation. The park includes paved walkways, unpaved trails, picnicking shelters & spots, a children's playground, and sports fields. Dogs are welcome as long as they're leashed and well behaved. See Details
Riverbend Park Riverbend Park is a dog-friendly spot in Conover, NC. The 690-acre area features lovely trees and grassy lawns with 1.25-miles of shoreline along the Catawba River. You and Fido can enjoy a hike on the 19.7 miles of trails, where you'll see a variety of wildlife habitats that range from freshwater wetlands to upland forest. Come and experience the beauty and diversity of Catawba County's natural heritage at Riverbend Park. See Details
Mountain Island Educational State Forest The pet-friendly Mountain Island Educational State Forest in Stanley, NC offers a scenic natural retreat full of plant and animal life. Educational programs are hosted frequently for all ages to promote awareness of North Carolina's forest health. Bring your dog along to explore the wooded trails and learn together. See Details
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