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Dog Areas in Kingston Springs

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Kingston Springs is a far western suburb of Nashville. This town includes residential areas, a few parks and schools, and some small businesses. There's a veterinary clinic in the heart of this community if you're seeking professional services for your special pal.

Take Fido camping in Montgomery Bell State Park, located just over ten miles west of town.. There are two campsites in the park where you can hook up your trailer or pitch a tent. This pawtastic facility has over 19 miles of trails and three lakes! Go hiking with your furry friend or rent a boat and go fishing together. Remember to keep your dog on a leash and clean up after him when you come here.

Treat your fur baby to some off-leash socialization time at Edwin Warner Dog Park off Vaughn Road. This roomy enclosure has benches and water stations. Make sure your pooch is current on vaccinations before coming here. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pups. Warner Park is about 15 miles east of town.

Head north about six miles to Cedar Hill Road and go hiking with your four-footed companion in the Narrows of the Harpeth. You can pick up the Harris Street Bridge Trail here and follow it south. Connect to the Bluff Overlook Trail to catch pawtastic views of the valley. Dogs on a leash are allowed to join you. Make sure you bring water and waste bags.

Kingston Springs is conveniently located near a variety of outdoor recreational facilities that allow you to bring your dog with you.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kingston Springs

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,100/sq mi

    #1 Kingston Springs

    The Kingston Springs neighborhood is home to two area parks, single-family homes, local businesses, and the city library. The residential areas feature quiet streets that make a pawesome place to take your pooch for an afternoon stroll. If you're looking for a spot to get out and enjoy a picnic or play some frisbee with your furry friend, head to LL Burns Park. Walk around the pond or take a jog on the paved trail that circles this facility. Bring along a snack and enjoy a break with your special pal at one of the benches or tables. Dogs on a leash are allowed here, provided that you clean up their waste.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,632/sq mi

    #2 Harpeth View Trail

    The neighborhood around Harpeth View Trail is a residential area with homes on wooded lots and the local middle school. This is a great place to go walking down the street with your canine companion. If you want to enjoy a day fishing on the Harpeth River with your fur baby, bring your canoe to the Kingston Springs access site that's located off Park Street. Paddle along the water and enjoy the wildlife in the area. Dogs are permitted to join you as long as they're on a leash or otherwise under your control at all times. Bring water and waste bags for your trip.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 383/sq mi

    #3 Matthew Court

    Matthew Court and the surrounding area is a heavily wooded residential community. There are peaceful roads here where you can take a daily walk with your pooch. If you want to let your furry friend have some social time with other canines, head to the dog park on Park Street. The Barking Lot is an off-leash area where your pooch can romp and play with some four-footed friends. Dogs are expected to be vaccinated and collared when in this facility. You are responsible for disposing of your pup's waste. The park is open from dawn until dusk every day.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 307/sq mi

    #4 Harpeth Hills

    The development around Harpeth Hills includes private residences and the area golf club. You can take your pup for a stroll past wooded lots in this neighborhood. If you want a change of pace, head north about seven miles to Mound Bottom State Archaeological Area. There are trails through the woods and fields of this historic Mississippian Period site of Indian Mounds. Enjoy a hike through history with your furry friend. Dogs on a leash are permitted to join you, provided that you keep them under control and you immediately clean up their waste. Remember to bring water with you for your outing.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 206/sq mi

    #5 Pegram

    The small town of Pegram is immediately east of Kingston Springs. This area is primarily residential with a few small businesses and a park. The neighborhood offers a quiet place to take a daily stroll with your loyal companion. For a good hike through natural surroundings, head about two miles southeast to the Hidden Lake section of the Harpeth River. This furrific area has two hiking loops that wander through a meadow and forest. Walk along the bluffs or enjoy the wildflowers with your special pal. You can bring Fido on a leash as long as you pick up after him. Make sure you bring water with you for the hike.
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