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Dog Areas in Briceville

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Briceville, Tennessee is an unincorporated community in the northeast corner of the state. This community is a beautiful place with plenty of abundant green grass and sunshine. Travelers to this area who plan on bringing their dogs will want to make sure they have a good leash for lots of energetic walks through this barktastic town. There are several animal hospitals and clinics just twenty minutes outside of Briceville in nearby Clinton, Tennessee. Many of them welcome walk-ins if you have an emergency with your pup while on your trip or if you are just passing through.

There are many beautiful outdoor spots in Briceville. You won’t find a busy main strip with restaurants and local chains nearby, but you will find beautiful open fields near small streams throughout the neighborhoods here that will have tails wagging all day long. This town is located where Coal Creek and Middle Creek meet, so there is plenty of water and open picnic or camping space during the warmer months. If you are coming to town during the colder months, you will enjoy local rentals in Tennessee Hollow, where you will find cozy, country living quarters that welcome those traveling with their pets. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Briceville

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    Population Density 565/sq mi

    #1 Fraterville


    Fraterville is less than ten minutes from Briceville. This community is similar to Briceville in terms of appearance and demographics, so if you find yourself looking for a similar area to Briceville you will find it here. Andy Hollow and Thistle Hollow are two parts of this community that you should take your dog for a walk in. Bring your leash and waste bags, as many beautiful homes and preened gardens are located in these areas. There are plenty of small local streams here as well, so make sure you have plenty of towels nearby for the doggie after party!  

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    Population Density 1,779/sq mi

    #2 Rocky Top


    Rocky Top, Tennessee is just ten minutes north of Briceville. This part of Tennesee is more densely populated than Briceville. You will enjoy this part of town if you are looking for a slightly busier scene that still has that calm, southern pace that is characteristic of the area. Bringing dogs to Rocky Top is an easy endeavor. The residents here are warm and welcoming to all visitors, and dogs are no exception! If you are looking for a bite to eat with dog-friendly outdoor seating, the local Sonic Drive-In is a great spot frequented by both travelers and locals. 

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    Population Density 1,642/sq mi

    #3 Norris


    Norris, Tennessee is just fifteen minutes from Briceville, to the east of Rocky Top. Make sure you pack plenty of waste bags as you prepare to visit the many green spaces located in this small town. The highlight of your stay here should include a day or two at the barktastic Norris Dam State Park. This huge park offers cabin and camping site rentals. There is a marina and a small wildlife preserve where leashed, well-mannered dogs are welcome. Make sure you are ready for an adventure, as your dog will take one sniff of the fresh air and be ready for a waggin’ good time!

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    Population Density 472/sq mi

    #4 Andersonville


    Adjacent to Norris is Andersonville, a small, unincorporated village with the same streams and rivers that run through the rest of this area. Your dog will appreciate your bag of towels when he is finally done splashing and smelling his way through Norris. Buffalo Creek is a well-known water source in Norris for both locals and travelers looking for a place to get out and stretch their legs in the sunshine. There are many access points along the roads here where you can go right down to the water’s edge. Just make sure you have waste bags and a good leash, as many of these points are adjacent to private property. 

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    Population Density 273/sq mi

    #5 Clinchmore


    The small town of Clinchmore runs the length of two small streams and is just fifteen minutes from Briceville. Found where Ward Branch and Stony Fork meet, this village is a quaint and quiet place to spend a weekend camping away from it all! The area is sparsely populated with just a few residential streets and mostly private property. Travelers with RVs will find the locals here very willing to accommodate. Gennett Park is just a few minutes from the center of town and is a lovely place to spend time walking your dog. Bring your doggie waste bags, clean towels, and plenty of treats and water for your adventures in Clinchmore. 

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