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Dog Areas in Joelton

Joelton is a neighborhood of Nashville, Tennessee with a population of nearly 8,000 people. The area primarily consists of residential areas and some small farms. As part of Nashville, Joelton has all the convenient amenities of a big city, and that includes several incredible dog parks that are just a short walk or drive away. Nashville is a very dog-friendly city, and all of its metro parks welcome dogs if they're on a leash. In addition to these metro parks, there are also several off-leash parks in Nashville as well.

If you and your dog want to get some good exercise, but want to go somewhere other than a dog park, consider visiting the Trails at Fontanel in Whites Creek in central Nashville. These trails are just five miles from Joelton, and the main trail stretches for more than two miles. The Trails at Fontanel are known for being well-paved and maintained -- your dog will need to be on a leash while you traverse these trails. Near the trails, you'll also come across a creek where your dog can cool off. On hot days, you'll really appreciate the canopy of trees that cover a large portion of the trails.

Joelton and the greater Nashville area are wonderful places to live and raise your dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Joelton

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    Population Density 1,266/sq mi

    #1 Midtown

    The neighborhood of Midtown in central Nashville is about a 20-minute drive from Joelton, and this is where you can find the Centennial Dog Park. This large dog park is completely fenced with separate sections for large and small breeds. It's also only about a five-minute walk from the famous Parthenon, and you can often get good glimpses of it from the dog park. The Centennial Dog Park is free to use, and offers visitors drinking water for dogs, waste disposal items, and seating. You will also enjoy the shade and seating within the park, especially on hot days.
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    Population Density 133/sq mi

    #2 Devonshire

    Half an hour south of Joelton is the Edwin Warner Dog Park near the neighborhood of Devonshire in south Nashville. This dog park is open every day from dawn to 8 PM, and it offers dogs a large, fenced-in space where they can run and play free of their leashes. This park doesn't have separate big and small dog sections; instead, dogs of all sizes interact with one another in one large area. The Edwin Warner Dog Park doesn't require a membership fee or a permit, and it features a doggy drinking fountain, waste disposal items, seating, shade, and so many pawportunities for fun!
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    Population Density 1,266/sq mi

    #3 Rolling Mill Hill

    The first dog park in downtown Nashville is about 15 minutes south of Joelton, near the Rolling Mill Hill neighborhood. The Riverfront Dog Park is part of a larger park that contains the Ascend Amphitheatre and some botanical gardens. The entire park is 11 acres, and the dog park portion makes up 13,000 square feet of it. This park is just one large area and isn't divided into big and small dog sections. There is some agility equipment in the park, as well as seating, water, and waste disposal items. Rather than grass, the surface of this park is astroturf, which makes for easier clean-up.
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    Population Density 1,394/sq mi

    #4 Antioch

    If you'd like to visit another part of Nashville for a trip to the dog park, consider heading to the William A. Pitts Dog Park in Antioch. Antioch is a neighborhood in southern Tennessee that is about a half-hour drive from Joelton. This dog park features a large, fenced area for dogs to run off-leash, as well as some fenced-in hiking trails you can enjoy with your dog. Most hiking trails require dogs to be on-leash, but the off-leash trails are just one thing that makes William A. Pitts a standout dog park. There is some seating at the park as well as a nearby water fountain.
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    Population Density 205/sq mi

    #5 Two Rivers

    Two Rivers is a neighborhood in eastern-central Nashville, and it is just over a 20-minute drive from Joelton. Two Rivers Dog Park is the neighborhood's very own dog park, and you and your pup won't want to miss it! This dog park isn't divided into separate sections for dogs of different sizes, but it is such a large, open area that there is room for dogs of all sizes to play safely. There are rolling hills and green grass in the park, and there is even a paved walking path surrounding the open field. Trees in the park provide shade on hot days, and seating is available as well.
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