7 Reasons Why Your Dog Wants to Visit Greater Morgantown
Pet-Friendly Places for You and Your Dog to Enjoy
Want to plan a trip this summer, but don’t want to leave your dog at home? Bring your dog along with you and visit these dog-friendly places around Greater Morgantown!
Restaurants, Cafes, & Bars
Greater Morgantown is filled with dog-friendly restaurants. Visit restaurants such as Black Bear Burritos on the Evansdale campus that welcomes dogs and their owners with outdoor seating. The Greeks, Oliverio’s Ristorante, Panera Bread, Sandwich U, and Terra Cafe also allow dogs in their outdoor seating areas.
Stop by The Grind for your morning coffee with your dog and enjoy sitting either outside or inside the coffee shop. For a night out, take your dog to Mountain State Brewing Company, Tropics, or Table 9 for a relaxing evening at their outdoor seating areas.
Have a sweet tooth? Cold Stone Creamery has outdoor seating that is perfect for a day out with your pup, or visit Dairy Queen and give your dog a sweet treat of vanilla soft serve ice cream!
Not only are there multiple parks throughout Greater Morgantown such as Rowlesburg Park or Jack Roberts Park, there are also dog parks for your best friend to play with other dogs. Krepps Park has a forest-like terrain and offers complimentary doggie bags. There are also areas for both small or large dogs, benches, drinking water, and even a pool for dog owners and families. Or try Stanley’s Spot Dog Park, Morgantown’s original dog park, near Decker’s Creek Trail.
Spoil your pup with a new toy at one of Greater Morgantown’s pet shops, such as Petco. Woofs is also a pet shop that offers upscale and holistic food items, pet supplies, gifts, and even has a whimsical clothing boutique.
Treat your dog to a new haircut or nail trimming at one of the pet salons in Greater Morgantown, such as Paradise Pets Grooming or Pampered 4 Paws. Mark Jones Grooming, TLC Dog Grooming Services, Divine Canine, Talk to the Paw, and Fur Babies, LLC also offer grooming services.
Explore the trails of Greater Morgantown at Cheat Lake Park and Trail, Dorsey’s Knob Park, or Whitmore Park and Trails that feature acres of park trails. Other popular hiking trails include Cooper’s Rock, WVU Arboretum, Decker’s Creek Trail, Allegheny Trail, and Cranesville Swamp.
Take a Walk for a Good Cause
Bark for Life of Monongalia County is a walking event for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for the American Cancer Society. As a noncompetitive event, Bark for Life is a day filled with demonstrations, contests, games, and of course, walking with your best friend.
Have you scheduled your trip to Greater Morgantown, yet? There are plenty of dog-friendly hotels such as the Heldreth Motel Kingwood that we can help you book with our booking tool below. And don’t forget to follow these pet travel tips before you hit the road!
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