Gallatin, Tennessee, doesn’t provide much as far as dog parks are concerned, but luckily, there are a few dog parks in nearby cities. Take the William A. Pitts Dog Park, for example. Located approximately 11 miles away in the city of Antioch, William A. Pitts Dog Park is a completely fenced-in, two-acre dog park that has walking trails and fresh drinking water nearby. William A. Pitts Dog Park is located on Tusculum Road and is open from sunrise to sunset every day. There is no admission fee for this dog park.
Now let’s drive a little further down the road to Mount Juliet. Mount Juliet is a city about 13 miles away from Gallatin and is home to Bark Park. Bark Park is located on SE Springdale Drive and spans across ¾ of an acre. Your dog will have loads of fun running leash-free and playing on the doggie playground. Owners must clean up after their dogs, and bringing along fresh drinking water wouldn’t be a bad idea.
Okay, now drive just a little bit further to White House, which is about 14 miles away. White House is home to the White House Walking Trail (fitting, right?). White House Walking Trail is an ideal place to take in Tennessee’s beautiful sights and unwind from a hectic day. Fido is more-than-welcome to join you as long as he is on her leash at all times.
Gibbs Lane is a lovely neighborhood with a pleasant atmosphere that houses Triple Creek Park, an ideal place to bring your pooch. Featuring a wide concrete walking trail through natural scenic areas, you can feel comfortable on a leisurely stroll with your favorite pup. Smaller trails wind throughout the entire park, making sure that each walk is a new experience! If that’s not enough, Triple Creek Dog Park is nestled right inside Triple Creek Park. This fenced in, off leash area is the ideal place to let your pooch off leash and run free. Your pup will be sure to have an absolute blast!
Vena Stuart is a lovely area with a friendly and open community. Bordering the northern edge of the neighborhood is Municipal Park, a beautiful green expanse with plenty of room to run. Through the park is a path, perfect for those daily walks with your pups. Remember to keep your pup leashed, as the park isn’t fenced in! Closer to the southern bounds is Thompson Park, with a vast natural expanse that you and your dog can explore. Your pup is sure to have an absolute blast getting to know these two parks, and will definitely never be bored again!
This beautiful neighborhood houses Cages Bend, a popular campsite that’s right up against a lake and located in the southern part of the area. Not only does this campsite allow dogs, but this natural space is also fed by a river and is home to a lot of wildlife. Because of the abundance of animals, dogs who can’t be persuaded away from chasing shouldn’t be brought. For the more adventurous pups, going out on the lake and enjoy the shimmering waters while they sail along or cast out can be pawrific! If you’re going camping with your pup, remember to reserve your campsite and always keep your dog under command.
Red River Road is a scenic neighborhood that boasts Clearfield Park, a gorgeous green area with plenty of room for your dogs to run. Around the park is a path that is perfect for those daily, energy burning walks with your pups. Remember to keep your pups leashed at all times, as the park is not fenced in. If going on long walks makes you hungry, you and your pooch can head on down to Crescent City PoBoys! This restaurant comes with outdoor tables that are dog friendly, so you can spend some quality time with your dog while you chow down.