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Dog Areas in Jackson, TN

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Jackson, Tennessee, is the largest city of Madison County and a city with a long history. The city was the main economic hub for the region during the antebellum and a large trade center for cotton. Today Jackson is still the 7th largest city in the state with a population of 67,265 citizens (2012 census). Since 44.1% of the Tennessee households have a dog as a family member, one could certainly say that the people of Jackson, Tennessee, love man’s best friend.

After a long wait Jackson, Tennessee, finally has its own off-leash dog park. Jackson Downtown Dog Walk is considered the gem of Jackson, according to the many avid dog fans, and will still be improved on as it was only opened recently. For instance, there are plans to replace the ground cover with more suitable soil for a dog park.

Finding a place to stay in Jackson, Tennessee, with a dog will not be a problem at all as there are many pet-friendly hotels in town including the La Quinta Inn & Suites, the Hampton Inn & Suites, Howard Johnson, Rodeway Inn and Ramada Limited.

Some dinner advice from the locals of Jackson, Tennessee, is Picasso Bistro and Pizzeria. Enjoy fresh pizza pie’s fresh from the wood oven on the outside seating area with your dog right next to you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jackson, TN

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    Population Density 5,202/sq mi

    #1 Jackson Walk


    The Jackson Walk neighborhood boasts an open, pleasant community. Nestled in the center of this neighborhood is the Jackson Downtown Dog Walk, a perfect place to take your pup for an afternoon. This dog park is a fenced in area that allows dogs to run freely off leash and let loose all their wild puppy energy! The park isn’t particularly busy, though there are usually one or two other dogs there during the day. Being mostly a grassy field, there isn’t a lot of shade, so beware of hot days. Entry is free, and your pup is sure to rate each and every trip five out of five wags!

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    Population Density 6,098/sq mi

    #2 Hidden Valley Estate


    If you’re out traveling with your favorite pup, Hidden Valley Estate is the place to be! This area is full of countless dog friendly places, from hotels to restaurants. The La Quinta Inn & Suites Jackson located just off the highway is friendly to dogs of all sizes and requires no pet fee for their stay! Another choice is the Howard Johnson Jackson hotel, which allows pets of any size for an additional fee per night. Once there, you and your pup can head on down to Tulum Fresh Mexican Grill, Picasso Bistro and Pizzeria or Back Yard Bar-Be-Cue for some dog friendly seating and excellent food!

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    Population Density 2,279/sq mi

    #3 Northpark


    Northpark is a pleasant area with beautiful scenery.  Named for it’s park, North Park, this neighborhood is the ideal place to take your pooch for a day out. North Park is a lovely, grassy expanse with plenty of room for your favorite pup to run and play. A concrete trail travels through the park, lined with some trees to protect from the sunlight during the day. Remember to keep your pup on a leash at all times, as this park isn’t fenced in and there are roads nearby. You and your pup are sure to have a blast every time you go!

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    Population Density 6,098/sq mi

    #4 Belemeade


    Belemeade is a gorgeous neighborhood with plenty to do. Nestled in the center of the neighborhood is Liberty Garden Park & Arboretum, an absolutely beautiful area that’s tended very carefully and kept in excellent shape. There’s the perfect amount of shade trees scattered through the field, and plenty of walking paths so that every walk is unique. The park’s gorgeous scenery and unique makeup makes it a place that’s great to visit again and again. Inside the park is a memorial wall honoring veterans, which you and your pup can stop to admire. You’re sure to have a pawsome time exploring this lovely area!

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    Population Density 2,373/sq mi

    #5 Oakmont Midtowns


    Oakmont Midtowns is a beautiful area with a pleasant, friendly community. Nestled in this neighborhood is Highland Park, a pretty green expanse with plenty of room for you and your pup to enjoy the natural area. Just east of the neighborhood is Muse Park, an expansive area with a pond and a paved walking path. This scenic route is ideal for those daily walks you take with your pup and is a great way for your dog to burn off all that puppy energy!  Remember to keep your pup leashed in both parks, as they’re not fenced in and there are roads nearby.

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