10 Best Dog Parks in Tennessee!
It's no secret that Tennesseans love their four-legged friends. From Chattanooga to Cleveland and everything in between, no furry companion's time in the Volunteer State would be complete without a trip to one of the many dog parks throughout the area. Whether your pup is a city-slicker or a country-dweller, Tennessee has something for them! Read on for some of the best dog parks in the state.
Located in Metro Nashville Park, Centennial Dog Park gives your pup an excellent place to exercise and play while you enjoy the beautiful surroundings. There is an area for dogs of all sizes, so everyone can have a paws-itively good time!
Located within Sharp Springs Park, Bark Springs Dog Park is a great place to let your pup run free and happy. The park has two different areas, one for large and one for smaller dogs, plus doggie water fountains to keep hydrated during a long day of zoomies and excitement
For your pup to have the ultimate puppy playground experience, visit Freedom Run Dog Park in Liberty Park! It features a section for smaller pooches, as well as areas for larger dogs, so no matter their size, all furry friends are welcome to stretch their legs and sniff away.
If your pooch is dreaming of a big, wide green space, Miss Peggy's Bark Park is the place for them! The park features two separately fenced areas, with multiple shaded benches, water fountains and a nearby creek for your pup to dip their paws in or splash about.
Chattanooga's Chew Chew Park has two separate fenced areas with a separate entrance for smaller dogs. The park also offers water fountains and is kept clean and well-maintained.
Fenway's Dog Park is the perfect place to let your pooch roam around while making sure they stay safe. So grab the leash, and get ready to let your pup play!
If your dog needs some room to really stretch their legs with some cardio or to lay out and go for an outdoor snooze, take a trip to K-9 Korral Dog Park at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm. This 4-acre dog park features a secure fence and tons of space to explore and socialize!
The Murfreesboro Bark Park offers dogs a safe place to run, play, and socialize with other canine companions and pup parents alike. There are separate fenced areas, as well as water fountains during the warm season for your pooch to lap up.
At Big Turtle Park in west Oak Ridge, your dog can experience two fenced areas to run around off-leash. The park also features benches for owners, pet waste bags and a water fountain in each area so all your dog adventure needs are met.
Tucked away in Cleveland, the Tinsley Park Dog Park is a must-visit place for your pup to stretch their legs and investigate their environment. With four softball fields, concession stands, restrooms, playgrounds, and pavilions, you and your canine can make an entire day out of it!
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