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Dog Areas in Kingsport

14 Parks
3 Trails
2 Shops
21 Eateries
5 Groomers

Kingsport is home to thousands of diverse folks who love nature, sports, doggoes, festivals, and walking! It’s the pawfect place to visit with your pup, not to mention the plethora of eateries, restaurants, and eight veterinarians available to make your time here woofderful!

Kingsport proudly boasts the nation’s largest municipally-owned park, the Bays Mountain Park. A trip here with Fido is guaranteed to bring you lasting memories of fun and adventure. With over twenty miles of hiking and walking trails, a nature center, museum, planetarium, wildlife preserve and a 44-acre lake, it’s no wonder why Bays Mountain Park is so pawpular!

For food, fun, and entertainment, visit the Hokie Smokie in downtown. Chew on tasty barbeque and woof down a couple of craft beers while listening to Bluegrass music with Fido out on the pet-friendly patio. For a convenient and pleasant stay coupled with a goodnight’s sleep, check-in to La Quinta Inn & Suites near the Kingsport Tricities Airport. Up to two pups are welcome to stay at no additional cost. How fur-iendly!

So are you ready to wag your way into Kingsport, Tennessee, one of Walking Magazine’s Top Rated walking cities? Kingsport welcomes you for a totally pawsome time with your pal!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kingsport

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    Population Density 826/sq mi

    #1 West View Park

    A visit to this neighborhood is a must for pups who love to roam and play off-leash with other canines. The Dogwood Park at Hunter Wright Stadium is the pawfect place in Kingsport for Fido to stretch his paws and exercise in a large, well-kept, shaded and fenced-off area. The park requires registration upon arrival, but warmly invites out-of-town pups to come and play. In this corner of town, both the Travel Inn Kingsport and Super 8 Kingsport offer pup-friendly rooms for an additional fee per night. Make sure to call ahead to reserve a spot for you and Fido.
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    Population Density 661/sq mi

    #2 Holston Heights

    Wag your way into downtown Kingsport to discover local bites and small parks with paved walking trails. The Stir Fry Cafe offers scrumptious pan-Asian cuisine and nine pup-friendly outdoor tables so you and Fido can relax and dine together. For more classic American flare, visit Macado’s to feast on their specialty burgers and desserts. Four outdoor tables are pup-friendly, so grab one while you can! While you're in downtown, take advantage of the nearby parks. Cloud Park (locally dubbed as the Skate Park) and the riverside Domtar Park are pawpular places to go on a walk or catch a ballgame with Fido.
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    #3 Highland Park

    Southeast of downtown is the vibrant Highland Park neighborhood. Take your puppy pal here for a doggone good time at the pawpular Borden Park which is known for its beautiful flower garden, playground, picnic tables, cookout areas, and outdoor sports such as disc golf, basketball, and tennis. Grab a frisbee or tennis ball and play a game of “go fetch!” with Fido! When you and your puppy's belly start to growl, head to Braeden’s Barbeque to discover drool-worthy homemade bbq and “fixins” (that means baked beans, cole slaw, etc., down here in the south!) Enjoy your meal outside at one of their four pet-friendly picnic tables.
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    #4 Colonial Heights

    Head just south from Highland Park for a barktastic day in Colonial Heights. Not to miss is Tennessee’s 950-acre Warrior’s Path State Park. Fido and you can hike, mountain bike, or walk together on the many paths and trails which are designated as a National Recreational Trail. The Fort Patrick Henry Lake that cuts through the park is a pawpular destination for folks and pups who love to boat and fish! Whether for lunch or dinner, the pup-friendly EDO Japanese Grill is just a paw away from the park and offers guests a delicious fusion of fresh sushi rolls and Asian-inspired dishes.
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    #5 Fair Acres

    For pups who love to shop, eat, go on trail walks, and sleep, then the Fair Acres neighborhood is the pawfect place to do it all. Start the day off with a fresh, energizing walk with Fido at the Kingsport Greenbelt Trail Head. With over ten miles of scenic and historic landscapes and landmarks, the Kingsport Greenbelt offers a pawsitive and peaceful experience for you and your pup. Dog owners are kindly asked to respect the grounds by bringing doggie waste bags. Stop by the Marble Slab Creamery on your shopping excursion to enjoy lip-lickin’ frozen treats with Fido. Finish off your furtastic day at the Red Roof Inn, where your pup is welcome to snooze with you in one of the hotel's clean, fur-friendly rooms without any extra fees.
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