Looking for a great place to take your dog in Nashville? Well, luckily for dog owners in Music City, there's no shortage of dog parks, both big and small, to take the four-legged part of your family. And while our list is hardly comprehensive, here's a closer look at a few of our favorites around town.
Centennial Dog Park
Centennial Dog Park is a great place to bring your four-legged family member in West End. This off-leash park includes both a fenced-in dog area, plus a separate area for small dogs to run and play.
Two Rivers Dog Park
For a large open space, make plans to head to Two Rivers Dog Park. This popular park consists of a large grassy area for dogs to play, surrounding by a walking loop and plenty of benches.
Riverfront Park Dog Park
The relatively new Riverfront Park Dog Park sits in Downtown Nashville, right along the Cumberland River. It’s the only dog park in the downtown area, featuring a fenced-in artificial turf play area, plus a water fountain designed just for your pet.
Edwin Warner Dog Park
The Warner Dog Park, meanwhile, offers up a flat open space for pets and people to play in the sun. There’s also a doggie water fountain in the park, plus you’ll find benches for the rest of the family.