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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Barretville

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    Population Density 723/sq mi

    #1 Bluffs of Winding Oaks

    Bluffs of Winding Oaks is a neighborhood in the northern part of the city of Bartlett, which lies 15 miles from Barretville. Bartlett Dog Park is located almost on the border of the neighborhood at 5220 Shelter Run Lane, with the Bartlett Animal Control office behind it. The park features a fenced, spacious grassy area with lots of room to play and socialize for pooches of all sizes. Your pup can join other mutts in three separate areas of the park. One section is just for puppies, while the other two are separated for small and large dogs. There’s plenty of shaded benches for dog owners to catch a breath from that never-ending game of fetch.
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    Population Density 1,852/sq mi

    #2 Shelby Farms Park

    The enormous Shelby Farms Dog Park is located in eastern Memphis, behind Avron B. Fogelman Expressway. The place offers a whopping 4,500 acres of outdoor activities for leashed dogs and their owners. The park also has a special 100-acre area for pooches in the northeastern part! Here, your mutt can go wild and explore the area full of new places and adventures including several lakes to splash and swim in. The best part? He doesn’t need a leash here. Two- and four-legged visitors are in love with this park, making it the pawfect destination for an unfurgettable weekend!. Apart from the activities, the park also has a dog-friendly eatery called The Butcher Shop Steakhouse. Your dog is welcome to join you on the spacious patio. All this and more is waiting for you just 35 minutes from Barretville!
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    Population Density 3,446/sq mi

    #3 Midtown

    The Midtown region of Memphis covers a significant part of the area and actually spans several neighborhoods, including Central Gardens to the south and Medical District to the west. Midtown has many cultural attractions and historical architecture, but your pooch will bark in excitement at the prospect of visiting Overton Park, not far from the Memphis Zoo. There’s an aptly named dog park, Overton Bark, within the park. Your mutt will be able to play in the 1.3-acre fenced area divided in two parts for small and large pooches. The locals love the place, so if you want to make a few new fur-iends, Overton Bark is your place to visit. There are plenty of dog-friendly cafes in the area not far from the park. Madison and Monroe Avenue are full of different eateries, which are happy to welcome leashed dogs at the outdoor tables, such as The Second Line or Local On The Square.
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    Population Density 2,829/sq mi

    #4 Poplar Estates

    Poplar Estates is a neighborhood in the city of Germantown in Shelby County. This place is a neighbor of Shelby Farms Parks over the Wolf River to the north, and features a dog-friendly place at 1695 Riverdale Road – Forgey Dog Park. This park requires a membership for visiting. The park has two separate areas for small and large dogs to play and run off-leash with each other. This snazzy dog park even has water bowls that automatically fill up for your pooch! The neighborhood is located in the northwestern part of the city so you do not have to go through downtown to visit it. Just follow TN-14 South from Barretville, and you’ll arrive in less than 35 minutes.
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    Population Density 3,160/sq mi

    #5 Chickasaw Gardens

    In this neighborhood, you’ll find Tobey Park, which has a separate area for pups called the Memphis Dog Park. It’s located in western Memphis, close to Chickasaw Gardens. You will find the park behind Shelby County School at 2599 Avery Ave. The location of the spot is attractive for visitors and locals enjoying their time engaging in outdoor activities. The park itself is divided into two areas. The 1-acre spot goes to large pooches over 25 pounds, and the remaining half an acre goes to small pups. Bring your mutt to have fun and socialize with others, but do take some water with you because this park does not have drinking fountains. Hungry? Check out Lost Pizza Co. on your way home, located at 2855 Poplar Ave. Well-behaved dogs are welcome to dine with you on the patio.
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