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Dog Areas in Bartlett, TN

17 Parks
2 Trails
17 Shops
6 Eateries
4 Groomers

The town of Bartlett is a suburban city 13 miles outside of Memphis, Tennessee. The area used to be known as Union Depot and Green Bottom, but was since called Bartlett after the construction of the Bartlett Depot. After train service was brought to the area, the small farming community evolved into plantations, and was incorporated in 1866. All those old plantations and farmlands have seen better farming days, and many of them have been converted to public, dog-friendly parks throughout the city.

One of those parks is now known as the Bartlett Dog Park, a gorgeous and fenced-in park for off-leash play. The park has two acres of land, separated into small and large dog area, with grassy terrain and lots of trees for shade. Each area has dog pools, benches, trash bins, clean-up stations, and water fountains, with a picnic pavilion on the outside.

The Flaherty Municipal Center is a large park in the center of town, with long fields of open green space, 4 fenced-in baseball fields, and a large pond for fishing. The area has a 1.2-mile paved walking trail that connects to features like water fountains, benches, trash bins, restrooms, picnic tables, and clean-up stations for Fido. Dogs must remain on a leash inside the park, but can play in the fenced-in baseball fields as long as no teams are playing.

Bartlett continues to thrive when it comes to public parks and have multiple others to visit, like Yale Road Neighborhood Park, Bartlett Boulevard Soccer Park, and Stoneridge Park. The city also has 7 dedicated animal hospitals to keep your pup healthy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bartlett, TN

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    Population Density 1,646/sq mi

    #1 Bartlett Country

    Bartlett Country is a small community on the northeast side of the city, which scenic views of the woods and a pond. Bartlett Country Park is a rural area with a beautiful open area to play in, with thick trees surrounding the area and a paved trail that encompasses the open space. Dogs don't have to be on a leash at the park, but you'll have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags. The A.E. Beaty Park is another park inside the community and offers a more developed area to play in, with well-kept lawns, a fishing pond, a playground, shaded sitting areas, and restrooms. Leash up Fido before coming to this park, and enjoy amenities like water fountains, benches, trash bins, and clean-up stations.
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    Population Density 3,536/sq mi

    #2 Burloe

    Burloe is a packed suburban neighborhood area on the outskirts of the city's downtown area. Here you can find the Madison Arthur Byrd Park, which provides a cozy open space to play in surrounded by trees that offer shade and privacy. The park has enclosed tennis courts, a .3-mile looping trail made from concrete, a playground, picnic tables, water fountains, and benches. Another dog-friendly place to walk Fido is the Burloe Greenbelt, a shaded concrete path that extends .5 miles through a grassy area. There are places to run around and play along with the path, with access to benches and trash bins. Dogs have to be on a leash while on the track.
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    Population Density 4,244/sq mi

    #3 Ellendale

    Ellendale is a residential community on the northern side of the city's center, laced with thick trees and rows of homes. In the middle of a wooded area is Ellendale Park, a grassy and dirt terrain park with two baseball diamonds, a paved walkway, fenced-in tennis courts, restrooms, and a shaded playground. The quiet park is pretty secluded, and offers places to play with Fido or take him on a nice walk, with access to features like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, trash bins, and lights in the tennis courts. Not to mention the community also has a dog-friendly restaurant known as Baby Jack's BBQ. This restaurant has dog-friendly seating, pet-friendly samples so Fido can enjoy some barbeque too, and complimentary water for pups and humans.
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    Population Density 4,496/sq mi

    #4 East Hampton

    East Hampton is a crowded residential community with rows of residential homes and bustling streets. On the edge of the neighborhood is Sleepy Hollow Park, which provides residents with a quiet area to enjoy a peaceful walk with your pup. Inside the park is a scenic fishing pond with a fountain, a looping walking trail made from concrete, grassy areas, and benches to sit after your walk. On the south side, the neighborhood is Municipal Park, a more developed park with other features like clean-up stations, enclosed tennis courts, a longer paved trail, space to run around in, a playground, and a picnic shelter. Dogs have to be on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 3,950/sq mi

    #5 Bartlett Woods

    Bartlett Woods is a wooded residential community with homes and woods mixed together. On the northern tip of the district lies the area's largest park. W.J. Freeman Park is a 30-acre park with acres of open space, paved trails, and shaded sitting areas. The park's open space offers a fitness trails, lighted tennis courts, athletic fields that consist of three fenced-in baseball fields and two soccer fields, a playground, and picnic tables. Whether in the park to play with Fido, or to just enjoy a stroll along the paved trail, you'll love the area and Fido will enjoy it too. Additional features include clean-up stations, water fountains, restrooms, a pavilion, a playground, benches, and nighttime lights for leashed pups.
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