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Dog Areas in Kingston, TN

3 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
3 Groomers

Kingston is a small community in Roane County, Tennessee. This lovely town is situated at the confluence of the Clinch, Emory, and Tennessee Rivers, perfect if your dog loves spending time in the water. With three veterinarians in Kingston, your dog will be in good health.

Enjoy a day out with your furry pal at the Kingston City Park. This beautiful park is filled with amenities that your dog will love including two playgrounds, tennis courts, a volleyball area, basketball courts, a picnic area with grills, a pavilion for shade, and restrooms. The park sits on the Clinch River, so you do have access to that as well. Enjoy a nice walk in around the park and along the river with your pup. 

Grab a bite to eat at Copeland's of Kingston. This diner gives an aesthetic from the 1950s, and has an outdoor patio that is dog-friendly. They serve classic American food with breakfast, lunch, and dinner options, like pancakes and burgers, they even offer old fashioned sodas. 

If you and Fido are looking for a place to rest up, check into the Super 8 Kingston or the Motel 6 Kingston. They both welcome your dog to tag along for a good rest before heading back out and exploring Kingston.

With the amazing rivers and beautiful parks, your dog will love hanging around Kingston with you!  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kingston, TN

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    Population Density 1,771/sq mi

    #1 Southwest Kingston

    The Kingston Waterfront Park sits along the Clinch River and offers a great area to get a walk in with Fido. The Betty Brown Memorial Walking Trail begins at this park and offers over 3-miles of trail along the lakefront. While walking the trail, there will be water fountains, benches, and picnic tables that you and your pup can stop at. The Fort Southwest Point area offers a sports complex with lighted baseball and softball fields, restrooms, bleachers, a soccer field, and a 400-meter track that you can use for a great walk with your dog. Grab a bite to eat at Buddy's Bar-B-Q if you and Fido start to get a bit famished while you are out. This pawsome restaurant offers freshly smoked meats with Southern hospitality, and their outdoor patio welcomes four four-legged friend to join you.
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    Population Density 227/sq mi

    #2 Midtown

    The Roane County Park is a pawsome park to visit and explore with your pup. This park offers tons of amenities, like a swimming area, playground, picnic area, and a pavilion for shade. There is a 1.3-mile walking track inside of the park that you can use for a walk. The park is open from 9a.m. to 9p.m. giving you more than enough time to go visit. While at the park, make sure to keep your dog on a leash when you are exploring. Located in Harriman and only eight miles out of Kingston, this is an amazing park to check out with your dog.
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    Population Density 510/sq mi

    #3 City Center

    The Riverfront Park is a dogtastic park to hang out at with Fido since it sits along the Emory River and offers tons of amenities for the two of you. The park is filled with a gazebo, playground, fishing pier, and a walking trail that can be used for a fun walk along the river. Triangle Park is a small park in Harriman that your dog can get a good walk in it with you. The park offers a playground, restrooms, and picnic tables, plus there are tons of trees for shade. The Flour Mill Park offers numerous sports field, restrooms, and a walking path that you two can use for a walk together. These parks is located in Harriman, and only a few miles out of Kingston, making it a great destination to visit.
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    Population Density 130/sq mi

    #4 North Rockwood

    Enjoy a day out at the Mt. Roosevelt State Forest with your four-legged pal beside you. This 11,000-acre park sits on the edge of the Cumberland Plateau and will give you a beautiful view of Watts Bar Lake and the Smoky Mountains. There is a picnic area where you and Fido can stop for a break and a trail that you can get a walk on. The Walden Ridge Trail is 2.2-miles long with a 728-foot elevation gain, the perfect trail for any skill level of hiker. This pawsome park is located in Rockwood, and is only eleven miles out of Kingston.
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    Population Density 40/sq mi

    #5 East Wartburg

    The Frozen Head State Park offers so many amenities for you and Fido, you two won't know where to start. With amenities like boating, birding, camping, fishing, and hiking, this park does not skimp on things to do. Enjoy the miles of hiking trails that wind their way throughout the park, and you will even come across a waterfall on one of them. The trails in the park range from easy to strenuous, so make sure to pick one that is good for your level. Located in Wartburg, and only twenty miles out from Kingston, your pup will love checking out this new park with you.
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