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See more about dog walking in Antioch
The city of Antioch is a southeastern suburb in the Nashville Metropolitan Area. There are a number of residential developments here where you and Fido can go for a quiet walk together. This dog-friendly area has two community parks and a hiking trail. There are four veterinary clinics in town that you can turn to when you need professional care for your pup.
One pawtastic area to go hiking with your special pal is Mill Creek Park off Culbertson Road. This facility includes open fields and wooded areas with a paved trail that loops around the property and alongside Mill Creek. Dogs are permitted to join you here as long as they're on a leash and you clean up after them.
On the eastern side of Antioch, by J. Percy Priest Lake, you and Fido can explore the Smith Springs Public Use Area. There are trails through the woods and a public boat ramp in this facility. Go hiking or bring a boat and launch out into the water with your pup here.
Another puptacular area to go hiking is the Anderson Road Recreation Area on J Percy Priest Lake. This natural facility has a paved fitness trail that winds through a stand of cedars by the lake. Walk or jog on this pathway, which is over a mile in length. Dogs on a leash are allowed in the area.
Greater Antioch offers a variety pawtastic of outdoor activities for you and your dog to share!
In the neighborhood of Antioch Park, you and Fido can walk down quiet roads past private residences. When you want a change of venue, take your furry pal to Antioch Park off Blue Hole Road. This facility has some open spaces and woodland area that you and your four-footed friend can explore. Walk along Mill Creek, or bring a canoe and launch into the water with your special buddy. Dogs are allowed to accompany you here, provided that you keep them on a leash no longer than six feet. Don't fur-get to bring some water and waste bags with you.
The Antioch neighborhood includes streets with private residences, some commercial establishments, and a few schools. There are some lovely developments where you and your pup can go for a stroll to get a little exercise. When you want to stretch your legs in some green space, take him to the Mill Creek Greenway Blue Hole Road section. This hiking path is two miles long and links the area middle school with the Antioch Community Center. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are welcome to join you on the trail. Make sure you clean up after your pup.
The Neighbors of Antioch area is a residential development that surrounds some undeveloped land. Here, you and Fido can walk along quiet lanes to get some fresh air. If you're looking for a pawtastic natural area where your dog can get more exercise with you, head to Ezell Road Park on Ezell Road, about three miles north of here. This facility has athletic fields, open space, and a walking trail. Bring a long tether and let your pooch run in the field. Dogs are allowed to accompany you in the park as long as you keep them on a leash and you clean up their messes.
In Cedar Pointe, you'll find apartment complexes and a shopping area. Take your pup on a walk on the streets past Beechwood Terrace Apartments. This peaceful area is bordered by Mill Creek. When you want to take a hike, head south on Hickory Park Drive to the Mill Creek Trail. There's a hiking loop that follows the water and circles back through the woods and open fields here. Dogs are welcome to join you if you keep them restrained on a leash and you pick up after them. Remember to bring some water along for you and Fido when you visit this trail.
Apache Hills is a residential development on the western side of the Greater Antioch area. Here, you can take a walk with your pooch down quiet streets. When you want to treat your furry friend to a special outing, take him to the Pitts Dog Park in William A. Pitts Park on Tusculum Road. This facility has a two-acre fenced section where canines can play off-leash. There are benches and tables in the enclosed area so that you can relax while your pup gets some exercise. No need to bring your own water; there's a drinking fountain in the park. Make sure you clean up your dog's waste.
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