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Dog Areas in Collierville

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In 2008, Collierville in Shelby County, Texas was picked by Relocate-America as one of the Top 100 places to live in America. Additionally, the town’s town square was chosen by Parade Magazine as the best main street in America in 2014. The city is popular for the Avenue at Carriage Crossing, which is an 800,000 square-foot shopping mall. But the people of Collierville like to do other things besides shop. Of the estimated 46,462 people living in Collierville, they have over 10,000 dogs as pets, so they have lots of dog-friendly activities.

Shelby Farms Dog Park on Pine Lake Drive is nicknamed “The Outback” because it is a huge area of open fields and meadows, as well as forested land with three lakes. The entire 150 acres is for our four-legged friends to play, swim, run, socialize, and wear themselves out instead of wearing you out. The park also includes a water fountain with a built-in doggie dish and a dog wash station at the south entrance for your convenience. Since it is such a large area, it is only partially fenced so you will want to make sure your furbaby will not run off.

Collierville Dog Park in Suggs Pak on East South Street is spacious, beautiful, and has lots of shade. It is fully fenced with separate sides for large and small dogs, a water fountain, doggy waste bags, plenty of seating for the humans, and a bulletin board for announcements and such.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Collierville

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    Population Density 32,299/sq mi

    #1 Pembrook


    Pembrook is home to Halle Park, a perfect place to visit for a nice outing with your dog. Halle Park has a walking track, a trail around the lake, and even has clean-up bags for your dog. While visiting, your dog does need to stay on leash, but he will enjoy the various smells and the lake he can splash in. The park doesn’t have many trees to offer shade during the day, so take that into consideration. The trail is right under 1-mile, so you and your dog can get a short walk in before enjoying the lake. When passing through Collierville, book a stay at some of the dog friendliest places in town. Hampton Inn Memphis Collierville welcomes up to two dogs 50 lbs or under in any of their rooms for a fee. Days Inn & Suites Collierville allows two dogs of any size for an even smaller fee.

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    Population Density 2,490/sq mi

    #2 Levee Oaks

    H.W. Cox Park is a fun little park to take your dog to for a great walk or jog. The park offers a 1.40-mile walking trail, and has a baseball field, 5 multipurpose fields, batting cages, picnic tables, pavilions, and tennis courts. There is also a theater, community center, and fitness club, so the park does get busy at times. While walking around, if you and your pooch need a little snack, they even have concessions stands. There is plenty of grass for you dog to fetch or roll around on, but be sure to clean up after your dog when you are visiting this busy park.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,865/sq mi

    #3 Historic District

    Suggs Park is a great park to let your dog frolic around in. They have lighted baseball fields, a lot of open green space, a pavilion, picnic areas, and a spray park. The best thing about the park is the 1.2 acre off-leash dog area that your dog can run around in without a leash. The off-leash area has two separate areas, one for large dogs and another for small dogs. Locals say that the park is very popular and parking can be a mess, so if you think this may be a destination for you, plan a little early so you and Fido can have a fun adventure without all the hassle. For a quick treat, swing by City Hall Cheesecake for a slice of heaven that your pup can watch you eat at their dog friendly outdoor table.
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    Population Density 24,168/sq mi

    #4 Riverside Park

    The Riverside neighborhood in the nearby town of Germantown offers the Forgey Dog Park, a pawsome park to let your pup run around for some off-leash fun. This dog park has a separated small and large section with automatic water bowls for your pooch. Both parks have a lot of room for running and the park is mainly grass which is perfect for fetch. There are a few benches for relaxing, and an overhang for shade, but beyond the overhang there are not any trees for shade. The park also requires a membership to enter, and you must enroll in a 30-minute class before you are allowed in, so take that into consideration before heading over.
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    Population Density 3,344/sq mi

    #5 Shady Creek Homeowners Association

    If you and Fido are roaming around the Shady Creek neighborhood in Germantown just west of Collierville, and feel a rumble in your tummy, stop by one of the three dog-friendly restaurants that your pup can eat at! Russo’s NY Pizzeria has a great selection of NY style pizza and loves when your dog joins you on their outdoor patio for a slice. Soul Fish Café dishes out yummy Southern cuisine and seafood dishes. Their outdoor tables are 100% dog-friendly, and they even have vegetarian options. Mesquite Chop House is your classic steak house and has an awesome outdoor patio where Fido can help you decide what cut of steak to get.
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