National Forest

Tuskegee Dog Policy

Tuskegee National Forest is Dog Friendly

Dogs Allowed
Dogs Allowed

Tuskegee National Forest is northeast of the city of Tuskegee, and consists primarily of forests in sandy hills. The National Forest offers hiking, lake/pond fishing, bicycling, and hunting.

Tuskegee National Forest is very dog friendly. Dogs are allowed throughout the Forest, but should be kept under restraint or on a leash.


Trail Policy

Dogs are allowed on trails while on a leash, including the following popular trails:

  • Bartram National Recreation Trail (8.5 miles long)
  • Pleasant Hill Trail (3.8 miles long)

Campground Policy

Dogs are allowed in the campgrounds. There are designated primitive campsites that can be used at any time of the year. Outside of gun deer hunting season, primitive camping is allowed anywhere in the Forest.

Location & Map



Warning: Hunting is allowed at this location. Please be aware of and familiarize yourself with hunting seasons, and exercise appropriate caution with your dog. During hunting season(s), you may also want to consider having your dog wear a blaze orange vest.

For more information on hunting seasons and policies, please see:

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Note: Policies can change -- please make sure to check official dog/pet policies prior to making plans or booking travel.

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