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Dog Areas in Gatlinburg

1 Trail
1 Shop
25 Eateries
1 Groomer

When people hear of Gatlinburg, Tennesse, they often think of it as being the base of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and while this is true, there is so much more to know about Gatlinburg! While the mountains supply endless opportunities to explore outdoors with your dog, there are a lot of other dog-friendly places and attractions in this town of under 5,000 people that you won't want to miss. There are also a few veterinarians in Gatlinburg proper, and several more in surrounding Tennessee cities to keep your pets healthy.

If you've been exploring all day outdoors in Gatlinburg with your dog and you are both ready to sit back and get a quick bite to eat, stop in at Fanny Farkles. They are famous for their delicious foot-long corn dogs, and they have benches outside where your dog is welcome to hang with you while you eat. Fanny Farkles is also known for its game room where you can play arcade-style games before or after you try some of their great food! Gatlinburg is a town filled with fun, food, adventure, and so many great opportunities for having a blast with your four-legged companion -- don't miss it!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Gatlinburg

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 267/sq mi

    #1 Northeast Gatlinburg

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    Northeast Gatlinburg is a good spot to take in views of the mountains and visitors, and residents of this area love its slow and relaxed atmosphere. The Fox & Parrot Tavern in northeast Gatlinburg is the perfect spot to get a glimpse of the mountain while enjoying the slow pace and some delicious food. The Fox & Parrot is known for being incredibly dog-friendly, and they're often known to provide biscuits or good dogs, along with bowls of fresh water. They're also known for their delicious fish and chips and their incredibly friendly service. You won't want to miss this pawesome spot!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 267/sq mi

    #2 East Gatlinburg

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    East Gatlinburg is so close to the mountains you can practically taste them, and when you're in east Gatlinburg, you can also get a taste of something else at Three Jimmy's. This restaurant has dog-friendly seating on their outdoor patio, and their servers will welcome your dogs with a pat on the head and a bowl of water. Three Jimmy's serves tasty dishes like fried chicken, prime rib, and turkey Reubens. Not only is Three Jimmy's dog-friendly, but they're also very family-friendly, and their menu has something to offer people of all ages.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 200/sq mi

    #3 South Gatlinburg

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    Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park go hand-in-hand, and whether you live in the area or you are just visiting, you'll want to visit this park again and again. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most visited national park in America, so it's often very busy, but there are over 800 miles of trails to explore. Dogs aren't allowed on all of these trails, but you still have several options where Fido can join you, including the 1.9-mile Gatlinburg Trail or the 1.5-mile Oconaluftee River Trail. Dogs are also allowed on the campgrounds and the picnic areas, so there is plenty to do there with your canine companions!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 186/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Gatlinburg

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    You will have so much fun exploring Gatlinburg with your dog, and luckily The Village Shops in downtown Gatlinburg have made this very easy to do! There are 27 shops to explore, including a pet supply store, and many of these stores allow dogs inside so you won't have to leave yours at home. True to its name, The Village Shops really are situated as a village to stroll through, and the outdoor areas are wooded and very scenic. There are several restaurants in downtown Gatlinburg with excellent patios where you can people watch and grab a bite while Fido sits by your side.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 694/sq mi

    #5 South Central Sevierville

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    Sevierville is a town in east Tennessee with a population of over 16,000 people. A 28-minute drive from Gatlinburg, Sevierville is also home to the PetSafe Unleashed Dog Park. This exemplary park has sections for big and small dogs, a dog wash station, drinking water, and plenty of waste bags to keep the park clean. Visitors love how friendly the people and the pets are who visit this park, as well as many of the other features that have been added that go above and beyond expectation. PetSafe Unleashed Dog Park has WiFi connectivity as well as observation cameras to make your visit as safe and enjoyable as possible.
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