Shelby Farms Off-Leash Dog Park
Address: 7171 Mullins Station Road, Memphis, Tenn.
Phone: (901) 386-3614
Hours: Sunrise – Sunset
Description: 3-acre off-leash area, fenced, parking, water, trash, benches, tables. Dogs permitted off-leash around Patriot Lake (outside dog park) until noon daily; smaller lakes in the dog park are accessible to off-leash dogs all day for swimming; most park trails allow on-leash dogs.
Maggie’s Bark Park
Address: 138 Claude Yates Drive, Nashville
Description: Park has a quarter of a mile on leash trail, and a very large fenced area filled with agility equipment for off leash fun. The park is located on the property of Williamson County Animal Control, and the money was donated to start the park by two of our very special volunteers to honor their Bearded Collie Maggie, they lost last year at the age of 14 years.
Bark ‘n’ Park
Address: 3626 Eaton Rd., Cookeville
Hours: Mon – Fri 8am-5pm
Description: A fenced in place for pets to run and enjoy. 1.5+ acres. Newly opened, we will be adding agility equipment and other fun doggy stuff. Included (to open spring 2003) will be 85 acres on Nature Trails to enjoy on-leash.
PetSafe Village Dog Park
Address: 10427 Electric Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee 37932
Phone: 865-777-DOGS (3647)
Description: PetSafe introduced Knoxville to its first public dog park. It is situated on a little over an acre and offers a natural pond, a full set of agility equipment, park benches, picnic tables, walking trails, and a doggy water fountain. This is an on leash dog park; however, there are daily hours when dogs may be off leash when it is being supervised by PetSafe staff personnel. Off leash times are after 5 pm Monday through Friday, and after 3 pm on the weekends. All dog park participants must sign a park usage agreement. Dogs of all sizes are allowed, and they must be well behaved, leashed (except during supervised hours), and cleaned up after at all times. Also on site is a boarding/grooming/training/24 hour pet care facility.