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Looking for some places to get out and enjoy the day with your four-legged best friend in tow? Look no further than Cleveland, Tennessee! Parks and trails galore make this small town a top-notch city for pets and their owners.

The city’s dog park is located within Tinsley Park. It is a massive park that features an array of sporting fields, walking trails, picnic areas, restrooms, skate parks, and a beautiful pavilion. Off-leash dogs are allowed in the dog park section.

On-leash dogs are allowed throughout all areas in the Red Clay Historic State Park. It covers over 250 acres of former pasture and farmland. It is the home of Blue Hole Spring, a limestone spring that feeds Mill Creek. A moderate-grade nature trails covers about 1.7-miles and leads to an overlook. A shorter, easier path travels from the spring to the farmstead.

Other parks in the area allow on-leash dogs as long as they are well behaved and cleaned up after. Fletcher Park features a scenic walking and bike trail, as well as a Japanese garden, a gazebo, and a fishing pier. Nearby Deer Park is less wooded but has several more wide open spaces and a little creek.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cleveland, TN

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    Population Density 28,505/sq mi

    #1 Fairview

    Fairview is home to the beautiful Tinsley Park. This park is great for taking your pup for a nice walk or jog and enjoying the scenery around you. Tinsley Park has great walking trails for you and your pup to explore which light up as the evening approaches. There’s also baseball fields, concession stands, tennis courts, and numerous water fountains to stay hydrated. Benches, picnic tables, and pavilions are provided here so you can relax if you decide to take a break or have lunch in the park. The cool thing about Tinsley Park is the recent construction- they are planning to add a dog park, so keep on the lookout!
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    Population Density 24,571/sq mi

    #2 Burlington Heights

    The Dog House is a great place to take your pooch for the pampering that they need. A luxury pet spa that offers a full line of grooming services, The Dog House offers bathing, haircuts, nail filing, teeth cleaning, flea treatment and seasonal allergy treatment. They also include some stylish options like pet tattooing and pet coloring. After a nice pampering session, take your pup over to Gabriel’s Real Italian Pie. This eatery is super cool with your dog grabbing a slice with you on their outdoor patio. Browse the menu and decide what type of awesome pizza or calzone the two of you want.
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    Population Density 31,503/sq mi

    #3 Downtown


    If you and the pup are having a lovely stroll through downtown, be sure to stop in and grab a bite to eat at the Five Points Café. This perfect eatery will make you feel at home with homemade meals and some awesome sweet treats. The coolest thing about the Five Points Café is it used to be an old soda shop and still looks like one! Their outdoor patio is dog friendly, and the staff loves when your pup joins you for a nice bowl of soup and a sweet treat before heading home. Maybe Fido can even get a lick of your ice cream.

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    Population Density 28,505/sq mi

    #4 Hopewell


    Deer Park is a fun sight to take your pup to for some awesome socializing and maybe a little fetch. This park is highly popular with the locals and mainly used for parties, so your dog will have plenty of opportunities to say hi to people. The park offers benches for relaxing, picnic tables, tennis courts, and plenty of fountains to get water. If your dog likes to play in the water, there is even a little creek that runs through Deer Park that he can splash in. Usually the pavilion is rented out for parties, so if you were looking to relax under one, you’ll have to catch it between events.

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    Population Density 31,503/sq mi

    #5 Wildwood Lake

    If you and your dog are looking for a great all-day adventure, then head over to Red Clay State Historic Park. This park is 263-acres of beautiful valley and pasture land. This historical park is where the beginning of the Trail of Tears began! The park boasts numerous trails for you and your pup to hike, and a waterfall to play around in. The park can get busy since it has a museum and holds a lot of events around the history of the park. Your dog will love his day here since the park is surrounded by big beautiful trees and so many things to sniff- he won’t know where to start!
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