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Dog Areas in Hampton, TN

Hampton is a  small unincorporated community that is surrounded on all sides by the Unaka Mountains. In the 1860s, a state legislator by the name of Elijah Simerly established the place and named it after his wife, Mary Hampton. He built an Italianate-style house that is nowadays known as the Butler Mansion, and it's on the National Register of Historic Places.

The main industry in the place is tourism, thanks to the Cherokee National Forest. Exploring this huge, 655,598-acre national forest can be a very thrilling experience! There are plenty of trails that you can hike along with your leashed pooch. One of those is the world's largest hiking trail called the Appalachian Trail that goes through 14 states and is 2,190 miles long!

There aren't any accommodations in Hampton or places where you can grab a bite or a coffee in the company of your pooch. However, the community's close proximity to Johnson City solves that problem! There, you can find more than 10 doggie-welcoming accommodations just 16 miles out of town. The same applies to restaurants; you and Fido can explore more than 20 different places with your pooch in Johnson City.

When it comes to the health of your pooch while you're staying in Hampton, you don't need to worry, since the community has its own veterinary hospital.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hampton, TN

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 864/sq mi

    #1 The Y Section

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    If you end up in Hampton and you need a place where your pooch can meet new furiends, one possibility located nearby is the Johnson City Dog Park. This park is just 19 miles away from Hampton and is located within Willow Springs Park. Although the park is a membership-based park, the many amenities that the park offers will be well worth the fee! Here, you'll find plenty of doggie toys to play with. There are also two doggie pools, some agility equipment, and plenty of benches for the comfort of the human visitors. The locals pawsitively love this park, so come on down and make some new furry pals!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 819/sq mi

    #2 North Elizabethton

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    For those of you that are looking for something closer to Hampton, you can take your pooch on a stroll through the Sycamore Shoals Historic Area, located just around 8 miles away. This state park is free and open to the public, so if you need to get some exercise while you're in Hampton, this is the pawfect place to do it! Your doggo has to be leashed while visiting this park, which offers plenty of historical sites enriched with lush forests and riverside landings. The historic recreations are educational, and the paths are all mostly shaded. Take water and poop baggies and have pawlenty of fun!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 576/sq mi

    #3 Avoca

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    Approximately 23 miles north of Hampton, you can find another dog park called Bark Park, located in Bristol. This park would be perfect for those of you who have pooches that play best with furry friends their own size. If you decide to go there, you don't have to bring anything -- water stations and waste stations are included in the park's amenities. The people that run the park bring kiddie pools in summer so it's more pleasant for the doggies! For the dog pawrents, there are benches throughout the park. Unlike many parks in the area, this one doesn't require a membership -- just bring your pup and play!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,805/sq mi

    #4 Melrose

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    If you prefer exploring a trail with your pooch, you'd be barking mad not to check out the Tweetsie Trail, located around 14 miles away from Hampton. This trail is ruffly 9.5 miles long and is considered an easy trail. Doggos are welcome to join their humans as long as they are properly leashed. The trail has a gravel surface and it's relatively flat and easy to navigate whether you have two feet or four paws. If you decide to give it a try, take plenty of water and waste baggies with you. Along the way, you will cross seven bridges and you will see creeks and ponds. Bathrooms, parking, and benches can be also found here.
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    Population Density 3,560/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

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    Founders Park in downtown Johnson City is a furrific place for a stroll! The park is around 16 miles away from Hampton, and leashed pooches are welcome to explore the park. This 5-acre park is open to the public, and it's a great place to tire out a hyper hound. The park is nestled along the creek and there is plenty of green space and interesting sculptures that you can admire. There is also a pavilion where you can rest if it feels like your pooch has been walking you. This park is pupular with the locals -- get ready to meet some new furry friends!
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