Where are the Dog Parks in Nashville Found?

Davidson County is home to over 80 different parks and they cover over 9,000 acres. However, all of these parks don't provide a place for dogs.

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Where are the Dog Parks in Nashville Found?

Posted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX ADMIN on Tuesday, April 29th, 2014 at 12:53pm.

DogDavidson County is home to over 80 different parks and they cover over 9,000 acres. However, all of these parks don't provide a place for dogs. Only three of them actually have dog parks. Here are the three and a few guidelines you will need to follow.

  • Centennial Park - 222 25th Avenue North - Open from Dawn to 8pm
  • Warner Park - 50 Vaughn Road - Open from Dawn to Dusk
  • Shelby Park - Shelby Avenue and South 20th Street - Open from Dawn to 8pm

These three dog parks are found in Davidson County and are the closest choices for residents in Nashville. However, there are a few others in the Mid-Tennessee area including:

  • Freedom Run Dog Park - Franklin at Liberty Park
  • Maggie's Bark Park - 138 Claude Yates Drive, Franklin
  • Fenway's Park - 745 Caldwell Lane, Goodlettsville
  • Murfreesboro Bark Park - Old Nashville Highway and West College Street, Murfreesboro
  • Clarksville Bark Park - Highway 47 at Riverside Drive, Clarksville
  • Fairgrounds Bark Park - Clarksville Fairgrounds

Dog Park Guidelines

The dog parks in Davidson County and around Mid-Tennessee all have the same guidelines. You will want to understand some of these before taking a trip to the dog park of your choice. Guidelines include:

  • Only enter through the double-gated entrance
  • Unleash your doge once through the first gate, before you enter the actual park
  • Exit in the same manner and leash your dog in between the gates
  • Always clean up after your dog
  • All dogs must have current rabies and identification tags
  • No more than two dogs per owner
  • No dogs in heat
  • No dogs under four months of age
  • No spiked collars
  • No aggressive breeds or dogs

Follow these guidelines and any rules specific to each dog park in the Nashville and Mid-Tennessee area.

 

Gary Ashton

The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage

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