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PetSafe Village Dog Park – the very first dog park at PetSafe Village – is a free, one-acre dog park located on Electric Avenue that has everything you could ask for, including agility equipment, benches, doggie water fountain, picnic tables, a pond, and walking trails. PetSafe Village Dog Park opens at 7:00 a.m. and closes at dusk. Dogs must be on their leashes unless they’re visiting after 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday or after 3:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Another one of PetSafe Village’s dog parks is Charter Doyle PetSafe Dog Park on West Martin Mill Pike. Open from sun-up to sun-down, this admission-free dog park has an area for large breeds and an area for small breeds – both of which are shaded by beautiful cedar trees. Charter Doyle Dog Park also has a doggie fountain and a doggie waste station. Pooches looking for a trail to wander are in luck with the Charter Doyle Greenway loop just a few steps away.

How convenient, nice, and awesome would it be if there was a conveniently located playground for your pups as well as a playground for your kids within steps of each other? Victor Ashe Park heard your plea! Victor Ashe Park is an 115-acre park that includes a children’s playground, fishing areas, trails that allow leashed dogs, and Dogwood Park, a park just for canines! Dogwood Park has a doggie playground and a doggie water fountain. Head on out to Victor Ashe Park, where there is something for everyone!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Knoxville, TN

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    Population Density 5,416/sq mi

    #1 Parkside Drive


    Parkside Drive is a bustling area with easy access to the freeway and a plethora of dog friendly activities. Nestled in the center of the neighborhood is the PetSafe Village Pet Spa and Resort, which features the PetSafe Village Dog Park. Whether you need a place for your dog to stay or an off leash park for your energetic puppy to run through, this place has you covered! If you’re coming from out of town,stop at Econo Lodge or Candlewood Suites. Both are pet friendly hotels that welcome dogs for a small additional fee.

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    Population Density 3,400/sq mi

    #2 Downtown

    Nestled in the center of this neighborhood is PetSafe Downtown Dog Park, a large fenced in area where your pup can run around off leash and use up all that puppy energy! You can also stop by the grassy Charles Krutch Park just nearby. If exercise makes you hungry, stop by one of the many food places that allow dogs to be seated, including Downtown Grind, Nama Sushi Bar, Not Watson’s Kitchen and Bar, The French Market Creperie, and many more! If you’re coming from out of town, Downtown/Steps from Market Square, Hilton Knoxville, and The Cook Loft are all dog friendly and great places to book your stay.
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    Population Density 2,362/sq mi

    #3 Colonial Village


    Colonial Village is a lovely area to spend an afternoon out with your pup. Tucked along the southern edge of the neighborhood is Charter Doyle PetSafe Dog Park, a beautiful area where your dogs are free to run about off leash! This park is split into large and small dog sections and includes water fountains for both you and your pets. Once done, you can take a relaxing cool down stroll on the path that travels through Chater E. Doyle Park, a gorgeous area surrounded by mature pines that offer plenty of shade. You and your pup will never be bored again!

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    Population Density 2,867/sq mi

    #4 Snowden Park


    Snowden Park is a gorgeous area with a pleasant community that houses a beautiful park ready for your pup! Nestled in the center of the neighborhood is Tommy Schumpert Park, a beautiful grassy area with shade trees to protect dogs from the sun on those hot summer days. The park features two separate fenced in dog parks: one for small dogs, and one for dogs of all sizes. The all size dog park comes with a shallow pond and a dock, so dogs can go swimming to cool off during the summer. There’s no need for leashes in these dog parks!

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    Population Density 4,693/sq mi

    #5 Cumberland Estates


    Cumberland Estates is a gorgeous area with a pleasant atmosphere. Home to the beautiful Victor Ashe Park, there’s plenty for dogs and dog owners alike. This park comes with a gorgeous shaded pond, an expansive, open field with plenty of room to run, and a greenway that allows leashed dogs. There’s also pavilions and picnic areas, restrooms, and concessions to feed the hungry watchers at the many games played on the sporting fields. Your pup will love the trails, but may be even more excited for another feature. Inside the park is Dogwood Park, a 1 acre fenced in area where your pup can run around off leash and enjoy ramps and tunnels! There are benches for you to relax, and a water fountain just for dogs to quench your pup’s thirst!

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