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Dog Areas in Friendsville

Friendsville is a very small city located in Blount County in Tennesee. The place was founded by and named after the Quakers, also known as Friends, who were members of the historical Christian religious movement group.

Friendsville has a great location; it's just 22 miles away from the third largest city in Tennessee, Knoxville. Friendsville isn't so friendly for our furry pals -- there aren't any accommodation options here that welcome dogs. You'll need to travel to Knoxville to find somewhere to spend the night with your canine companions.

The same applies when you're looking for a place to have a quick snack or a sit-down meal with your pooch. Knoxville has more than 140 dog-friendly restaurants spread across the city, so you and your hound are sure to find whatever it is you're craving!

If you want to visit a pawesome place with your pooch, head 26 miles to Ijams Nature Center, where pooches are welcome as long as they are leashed. There is even a dog-welcoming station with doggie fountains. Don't forget to pick up after your dog! 

The only thing you won't need to travel out of town for is vet care -- despite its small size, Friendsville takes good care of its canine residents and visitors with a highly-rated veterinary clinic.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Friendsville

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    Population Density 818/sq mi

    #1 South Knoxville

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    Doggies eager to frolic around and meet new furiends are welcome to head to PetSafe Village Dog Park. This park is located around 23 miles away from Friendsville, in the southwestern part of Knoxville. This doggie heaven includes everything your pooch might need for a fun experience: a pond for swimming, plenty of agility equipment, a small doggie area, and even some walking trails. Doggie water fountains will provide fresh water for the tired pooches. The park has designated on-leash and off-leash hours, so be sure to check the times before visiting. For the comfort of the human visitors, there are picnic tables and benches.
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    Population Density 3,278/sq mi

    #2 Fountain City

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    The Tommy Shumpert Park offers two separate off-leash areas, one of which is for small doggos under 30 lbs. The other one is for dogs of all sizes. The park is located around 29 miles away from Friendsville, and it's mostly covered in grass so it's gentle on Fido's paws. The area for all sizes of doggies even has a mulch trail that you can explore. There are plenty of benches in both the small dog area and the large dog area so the human visitors can relax. There is also a pond with a dock where doggies can swim and cool off on hot summer days!
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    Population Density 3,127/sq mi

    #3 Colonial Village

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    Charter Doyle PetSafe Dog Park is another park where Fido can have pawlenty of fun, located around 20 miles away from Friendsville in Colonial Village. The mature cedar trees that are a part of the park provide thick shade throughout. This park has separate areas for small and large doggos as well. If you decide to play here, you don't need to bring water and waste baggies because they're both provided in the park. There are rocks for Fido to climb, and you can find a 0.4-mile loop trail around the park. If you are visiting the park after a heavy rain, bring a towel!
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    Population Density 1,899/sq mi

    #4 Windsor Park

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    Twenty-four miles separate Friendsville from the pawesome Dogwood Park at Victor Ashe Park, where Fido is guaranteed to have a ball! This park is not very spacious, unfortunately, but it's on a hill, so the incline will provide extra exercise for your pooch. There is a water fountain inside the fenced area and some agility equipment for extra canine fun! Outside of the fenced area, there are trails that you can trek if you don't like the fenced park -- however, your pooch will have to remain on-leash. Make sure you bring waste baggies and clean your pooch's messes like a respawnsible owner!
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    Population Density 89/sq mi

    #5 Townsend

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    If trails are what you and your pooch pre-fur, you can find a very beautiful trail called Cades Cove Loop Road located a bit further away from Friendsville, around 40 miles. The place is rich with wildlife, such as bears, turkeys, deer and more! Make sure your pup is properly leashed and doesn't bother the wildlife that lives there (both for their safety and your own!). Keep in mind that doggos are not allowed in all areas of the park, so check the park's pet policies before visiting. Some of the trails that pups are allowed on include the Gatlinburg and Oconaluftee River trails. Make sure you bring plenty of water and poop baggies for cleaning up those messes!

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