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Dog Areas in La Vergne

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La Vergne is a city in Tennessee with a population of more than 35,000 people. Part of Rutherford County, La Vergne is also within the Nashville Metropolitan area. La Vergne was incorporated in 1861, and its motto is "Honoring our Past, Building our Future," and this spirit is immediately evident when you visit the city. It is often thought that because La Vergne means "the green," the city was named for its lush green landscapes. All of the green spaces and parks in town are beautiful spots for dog walking, and you'll love living here with your pet!

There are five parks located in La Vergne and several more in the surrounding Nashville area. None of the parks in La Vergne have designated off-leash spaces, but you can bring your dog to the park as long as they're on a leash. One of La Vergne's parks that is especially nice for dog walking is Mankin Park. In addition to playgrounds, picnic facilities, and pavilions, there are several walking trails in the park that are pawfect for an on-leash walk with your pup. When it comes time to take your dog to an off-leash park in the La Vergne area, there are several fun options you won't want to miss!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in La Vergne

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    Population Density 130/sq mi

    #1 West End Park

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    West End Park is a neighborhood in near Nashville that offers great access to local businesses, shops, and restaurants, and you can also get great views of The Parthenon from here. West End Park is only 20 miles from La Vergne, and it's also where the Centennial Dog Park is located, which you won't want to miss! Centennial Dog Park is free to use, and it includes big and small dog sections. Despite how busy this dog park often is, it's very clean and well-maintained. You'll find doggy bags, seating, shade, and water fountains for both dogs and humans in Centennial Dog Park, too!
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    Population Density 205/sq mi

    #2 Shelby Hills

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    Shelby Hills is a quiet neighborhood in eastern Nashville, and it's less than 20 miles from La Vergne. Shelby Hills is home to the Shelby Bottoms Greenway, which is a paved trail where you can walk your dog on a leash. If you'd prefer an off-leash activity, the Shelby Dog Park will be right up your alley! The dog park is located behind the community center, and instead of separating dogs by size, dogs of all sizes play in the same space. Shelby Dog Park has a water fountain for dogs, and there are also waste disposal stations and seating in the park.
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    Population Density 61/sq mi

    #3 Two Rivers

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    Yet another dog park is only 20 miles from La Vergne, and this one is in the Two Rivers neighborhood of East Nashville. The Two Rivers Dog Park is a spacious dog park with plenty of room for dogs of all sizes to play together in the same area. There are wooded areas, wide open grassy spaces, and a paved walking path that runs through the park. In the summer, there are often small plastic pools set up in the park where dogs can cool off, and there are also water fountains and bowls for dogs. The park provides plenty of shade, and there are picnic tables and benches, too.
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    Population Density 1,266/sq mi

    #4 Rolling Mill Hill

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    Right in the heart of Nashville, near the neighborhood of Rolling Hill Mill, sits Riverfront Park, and it's less than 20 miles from La Vergne. This is one of the newest parks in Nashville, and the 11-acre green space also includes Nashville's only downtown dog park. The Riverfront Dog Park takes up 13,000 square feet of the 11 acres, and the surface is artificial turf which makes it really easy to clean up after your dog. There are water bottle filling stations in the park, and each one includes a water fountain for your pup, too! There's seating in the park, logs for dogs to jump on, and some spots in the park that even offer free Wi-Fi.
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    Population Density 5,980/sq mi

    #5 Nolensville Park

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    Nolensville is a town in Nashville of around 6,000 people, and it's less than 10 miles from La Vergne. On the western edge of Nolensville sits the town's own dog park. The Nolensville Dog Park is right near the town's elementary school, and it includes big and small dog sections. If your dog likes to show off their agility skills, they can do so on a variety of equipment within the dog park. There's a water fountain at the park, but it's just outside of the gate, so you'll want to bring a bowl to avoid having to go in and out of the dog park. Nolensville Dog Park provides visitors with all the waste disposal items they'll need as well as plenty of seating.
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