Get Your Tails On The Trails

Stokes County, NC

The dog days of Stokes are here! Bring your pooch to enjoy the trails and pet inclusive businesses throughout Stokes County. Em-bark on your weekend adventure with a Pup Cup from Rocky’s Coffee and Ice Cream or Front Porch Creamery, both conveniently located just outside Hanging Rock State Park in Danbury, North Carolina. With state certified special frozen pup cups made up of Greek Yogart, Berries and Peanut Butter, Rocky’s pup cup is a nutritionally sweet treat for your four legged best friend. Your pooch isn’t the only one who can have a bone, Front Porch Creamery offers multiple add-ins for smoothies, including Bone Broth, Greens, Protein Powder, Granola, and energy shot. These smoothie combos are sure to make you outlast your doggo.

Don’t forget to take your pup cup and energy smoothie to go! Enjoy it with Fido at the King Recreation Acres Dog Park where you can toss Frisbees or balls to your hearts content. And while your fur baby is busy with its chew toy, pass time with friends at the newly opened City of King’s Disc Golf Course, located in Recreation Acres. Sure your pet loves chasing Frisbees, in Stokes County there are many opportunities to chase a Disc yourself including the new Neatman Creek Disc Golf Course located in Germanton.

Bring your Fur Baby to the 48th Annual Stokes Stomp Festival on the Dan River this month on Saturday the 10th from 9am until 6:30pm. Doggo can take a dip in the river while you stand by watching Rubber Duckies float in the annual Duck Race competition, or enjoy the sounds of bluegrass, Americana, and Folk music from one of two stages. Stokes Stomp is a longtime favorite and must attend event in Stokes County featuring arts and craft vendors and demonstrators, children’s area, food trucks, raffles and much more!

You’ll be sure to howl and cheer for this line up including Will Easter, High Strung Bluegrass Band, The Noah-Montgomery Trio, Kirk Sutphin and Friends, Old Dominion Cloggers, The Sarah Burkey Trio, CC Dance Company and more. Stokes Stomp kicks off with a parade through Historic Danbury, this year themed as “Pets On Parade”, after the parade festivities kick off with performances by all three High School Marching Bands. For information 336-593-2496 or

The perfect mountain getaway, closer than you think. Experience hiking trails, waterfalls, rock climbing, mountain biking, horseback riding, camping, fishing, and more. Enjoy a leisurely float down the Dan River by canoe, kayak, paddleboard, or tube.

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