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Dog Areas in Madison, TN

9 Parks
3 Shops
3 Eateries
4 Groomers
For a great town that is far enough away from the big city vibe of Nashville, head to Madison. This small town is perfect for dogs and dog lovers alike. Being home to eleven veterinarians, Fido will always be well taken care of when he is in the Madison area.

Taking Fido out to a park for a nice walk and to get some fresh air is a great way to explore and see the cool features that Madison has to offer. Take a stroll in Cedar Hill Park, which offers baseball fields, a duck pond, a playground, covered pavilions with picnic tables, and a running path for you and Fido to enjoy. 

If you and Fido are more in the mood for food, try out one of Madison's restaurants that welcome your furry companion to join you for a bite to eat. Head into TGI Fridays for some classic comfort food like burgers, fries, salads, or ribs. They have a dog friendly patio where you and Fido can relax while you chow down on a good meal. If you find yourself in need of a place to stay, the Crestwood Suites Nashville is located right in Madison, and allows one pup up to 35 lbs for an additional fee.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Madison, TN

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 352/sq mi

    #1 Picadilly Apartments

    The Fenway's Dog Park in Moss-Wright Park is the perfect place to take your pup to and allow him to run around off-leash. Only five miles out of Madison in Goodlettsville, your dog won't mind the short drive to the park for the fun to be had here. The park is separated into two areas, one for small dogs and one for large, plus it offers benches for owners to sit on, water for dogs, trees for shade, and agility equipment for more active dogs. If Fido doesn't feel like being social, then take a stroll around Moss-Wright Park instead.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,325/sq mi

    #2 Inglewood

    The Shelby Bottoms Greenway is a fantastic spot to take Fido for a great  day out. Located in Nashville, eight miles out of Madison, the Shelby Bottoms Greenway is 6.4-miles long and has a mixed trail surface of asphalt, dirt, grass, gravel, sand, and woodchips. The trail will give you a beautiful view of the Cumberland River for the first 4.5-miles of the walk. If you and Fido decide you want to extend your walk, the Shelby Bottoms Greenway connects to the Stones River Greenway at the J. Percy Priest dam where you can continue your adventure.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,430/sq mi

    #3 Whites Creek

    Thirteen minutes out of Madison on the outskirts of Nashville is the Trail of Fontanel. While visiting this 2.6-mile trail, your dog must be kept leashed. The trail contains a lot of hills, so be prepared for a little workout, but there are benches along the way if you and Fido want to sit down and enjoy the scenery for a moment. The trail is only about 2-miles long and will take you past the Fontanel Mansion, which used to belong to country music star Barbara Mandrell. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags for Fido while you enjoy your hike.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 813/sq mi

    #4 Lake Club Estates

    If you and Fido are looking for a great place to grab some food, head seven miles out of Madison to nearby Hendersonville and check out its dog friendly restaurants. Moores Famous Chicken is a cute hole in the wall restaurant that serves hot chicken ranging in flavors from mild to extra hot. If pizza is on your mind, check out Roma Pizza and Pasta. They dish out delicious Italian fare and pizza including specialty pizzas, sub sandwiches, and calzones. Both these great restaurants offer dog friendly patios and welcome Fido to join you for a nice meal.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 591/sq mi

    #5 Belinda City

    The Bark Park in Mount Juliet is only fourteen miles out of Madison and a pawsome spot to take Fido to run around off-leash and let out some pent up energy. The park is 3/4 of an acre and offers water for dogs, agility equipment for the adventurous dogs, and picnic tables for owners to sit on. There are also huge trees to help provide shade for when Fido needs to take a breather and cool down. Locals love the park, but warn that there are some muddy areas, so bring a towel just in case Fido has a mud bath.
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