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Dog Areas in Corryton

Just 15 miles northeast of Knoxville, Tennessee, you'll find the community of Corryton in northeastern Knox County. Over 12,000 people call Corryton home, and residents and visitors of the area love how charming it is. Corryton is situated near House Mountain and Clinch Mountain, so if you're a fan of the outdoors, you'll find many activities nearby that are right up your alley! Of course, many of these activities are dog-friendly, and you and your dog can hike mountain trails near Corryton together as long as they're on a leash. There isn't an off-leash dog park in Corryton yet, but there are paw-lenty nearby! 

The northern Knoxville area known as Fountain City is just over ten miles southwest of Corryton. Fountain City is home to Tommy Schumpert Park at PetSafe Village, and this off-leash park includes a section for dogs who weigh less than 30 pounds, as well as an area where dogs of any size can play together. Both section's surfaces are comprised of a mixture of grass and mulch, which is gentle on sensitive doggy paws and doesn't get too hot on summer days. There is a dog water fountain at the entrance to the park, and there are benches and waste disposal supplies inside the off-leash area. If your dog is a swimmer, they'll love the pond in the park where dogs can cool off and splash around.

This is just one of several pawesome dog parks near Corryton that you and your dog are sure to love!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Corryton

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    Population Density 1,636/sq mi

    #1 West Knoxville

    The western edge of Knoxville is about 30 miles from Corryton, and right beside the Cedar Bluff area sits the PetSafe Village Dog Park. Built in 2007, this was Knoxville's first dog park, and it sits on just over one acre. While there is a separate small dog section in the park, if your dog loves to run, you may want to take them to the section for all dogs where there's more space for them to play. The PetSafe Village Dog Park has several amenities that make it an ideal place to go, including agility equipment, a pond, walking trails, seating and shade, doggy waste bins and bags, and a water fountain for dogs.
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    Population Density 239/sq mi

    #2 Holston River Park

    Holston River is a 136-mile river, and part of it flows along eastern Knoxville. This area of eastern Knoxville is also home to the Holston River Park, a 44-acre park that includes an off-leash dog park among several other amenities. The Holston River Dog Park is a two-acre dog park that has separate big and small dog sections. There are also water fountains, fire hydrants, waste disposal stations, and seating in the park. The park is situated along the two-mile Holston River Greenway, which is a lovely place to take your dog for a walk, but they must be on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,412/sq mi

    #3 Windsor Park

    Victor Ashe Park is a 116-acre park in northwest Knoxville, and it's less than 20 miles from Corryton. This city park has all sorts of facilities for everyone in your family to enjoy, including its own off-leash park! Dogwood Park is an off-leash park with big and small dog sections, as well as a variety of agility equipment, dog waste disposal supplies, and even a water fountain just for doggos! There's also a paved trail that stretches for 2/3 of a mile where you can walk your dog on a leash in Victor Ashe Park, or a 1.5-mile cross-country trail you can trek as well.
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    Population Density 818/sq mi

    #4 Southwest Knoxville

    If your dog loves to swim, there's a dog park in southwest Knoxville that you simply can't miss! It's about 30 miles from Corryton, and the PetSafe Concord Park Dog Park is a paradise for dogs and owners. Concord Park is a 500-acre county park, and a four-acre dog park that includes big and small dog sections is part of that! This off-leash park has wooded walking trails winding through the park, as well as river access and a dock so your pup can swim. There are water fountains for humans and pets, and there are even doggy showers to clean your pup up at the end of your visit.
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    Population Density 574/sq mi

    #5 South Knoxville

    If you hop in the car with your pup, it'll take the two of you around 20 minutes to get to Charter E. Doyle Park in southern Knoxville. This 28-acre city park has tennis courts, green space, playgrounds, sports fields, and its very own PetSafe Dog Park! The Charter Doyle PetSafe Dog Park was built in 2011, and this fenced, off-leash park has separate sections for big and small dogs. Within the park, you'll find doggy water fountains, waste disposal supplies, seating, and lots of shade for hot days. There's also a 0.4-mile walking trail in Charter Doyle Park that connects to the dog park, and you're welcome to walk this trail with your dog if they're on a leash.
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