Love’s adds dog parks at travel stops; 29 planned for 2019

Updated Dec 13, 2018
Love’s has opened four dog parks and will add two more this week. (Love’s photo)Love’s has opened four dog parks and will add two more this week. (Love’s photo)

If you have a dog that travels with you on the road, your pup will be pleased to know a national truck stop chain has them in mind.

Love’s Travel Stops yesterday announced it has opened dog parks at four of its locations and plans to open them at 29 other travel centers in 2019.

Love’s that now have dog parks are located at:

  • 200 Lower River Road NW, Charleston, Tennessee (I-75, Exit 33)
  • 9155 Highway 321 N. Lenoir City, Tennessee (I-40, Exit 346)
  • 1911 Highway 34 W. Dillon, South Carolina (I-95, Exit 190)
  • 3205 Five Chop Road Orangeburg, South Carolina (I-26, Exit 154A)

Each dog park is 50 feet by 100 feet and includes double air-locked gates, pet waste stations, a bench, smoker’s receptacle, and an off-leash area. The dog parks are clearly marked from the parking lot and are open to both professional drivers and the traveling public, according to a statement from the company.

Love’s statement also says the company plans to open its next dog park at the new Sidney, Ohio, location Thursday, Dec. 13 and the Choctaw, Oklahoma, location Saturday, Dec. 15.