Sidewalk Scenes in Dublin GA
If you were to take a stroll, jog, bend the corner along the sidewalks in Dublin GA, what would you see? Yes, beauty at it’s finest. Bring the camera, take a selfie and tag #DublinGA to share the love.
Scenes by Foot
The best way to explore the streets of Dublin GA is by foot. Downtown Dublin Walking Tour will allow you to explore as fast or slow or as much as you want in a day. This all inclusive self guided tour will lead you to over 70 different historical sites in Dublin with four audio boxes, bringing scenes of history to life.
Get your steps in while watching the ducks! Fairview Park Walking Trail is open to the public 24 hours a day with an outdoor paved trail looping around a scenic pond where ducks, squirrels, birds, and goldfish frolic. You can even bring Fido as long as he is on a leash because the trail is pet friendly.
Scents in the Air
If you’re riding, jogging or walking by, you can’t help it, the waft of fresh food truck food sucks you in. Don’s All-American Hotdawgs is bunning up the best sausage dogs you’ll cram in your mouth at their food truck parked between Title Max and Captain D’s on Veterans Boulevard.
History from the Sidewalk
Take an evening walk on the sidewalks of Historic Bellevue Avenue. The homes lined along this street were referred to as mansions on Millionaire’s Row, homes that were built when cotton was king. Along the path you’ll find a classic Greek Revival home known as the Page House Bed & Breakfast that was built in 1903 and a little further down you’ll find a beautiful Craftsman style home known as the “Barnes House”, now home to Brown’s Interiors. This historic home was built in 1915 and can easily be found by the beautiful rose garden out front.
Georgia Grown Garden
Stretch your legs, have a picnic and do a little exploring. The Dublin Visitors Center & Dog Park is located at exit 51 off of I-16 offering a great picnic area, plenty of room for Fido to roam in the dog park and check out our Georgia Grown garden where you’ll discover sprouts of new plants peeping through the soil. Make sure to take a photo and tag #DublinGA to share the love.