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Dog Areas in Maynardville

4 Parks
1 Trail
12 Shops
16 Eateries

Maynardville, Tennessee started off as Liberty, Tennessee. It wasn't until 1905 that it became what it is today. This city has a wealth of music history. Some of the first settlers were musicians, and there are some famous modern-day musicians that call it home today. There is little reason why it is quiet and yet just a short drive to Knoxville where you'll find one of the biggest music scenes in Tennessee.

If you're looking for a place to enjoy nature with your pup, then you should check out Big Ridge State Park. There are nature trails that you can walk here. With hiking trails, swimming spots, and even playgrounds, your whole family will have fun. You can come for a few hours or the whole weekend; the park offers tent camping and cabin rentals.

For something a little more grown-up, check out the Great Valley Wine Trail. You will enjoy the walk and the wine at this pet-friendly winery! They have some great local wines that will tantalize your taste buds. 

With two vets in the city, you will always have somewhere to turn to for pet-related advice and tips when visiting here. Your whole family will love this vacation spot because there is something for every member of the family!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Maynardville

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,934/sq mi

    #1 Old City

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    Urban Bar and Corner Cafe is an outside cafe in the middle of the hustle and bustle of the city. You will love their menu almost as much as you will love sipping a cold drink while watching the people pass by. The best part is that you can bring your pup with you to enjoy a meal as long as you keep them on a leash. It is fully covered so you can enjoy dining here no matter what the weather has to say about it. The architecture of the Old City is unique and beautiful, too, which makes it the pawfect place for a photo op.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,087/sq mi

    #2 UT Campus

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    Right on the UT Campus is a nice place called Cool Beans Bar and Grill. Not only can you bring your dog, but you can also enjoy some great music here! Sometimes, mostly on the weekends, you can catch a local band that will get your foot tapping. Grab a burger made in-house, and don't forget to order your favorite beer to wash it all down. This is simply the place to meet up with your friends, especially if you're looking to enjoy a night of lively music and want your pup to tag along with you.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,784/sq mi

    #3 Central Knoxville

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    Victor Ashe Park is a 115-acre park that is less than twenty minutes from you. You will find playgrounds, ball friends, and lots of room to roam here. Inside this park is Dogwood Park. This is an off-leash area set aside to let your dog be a dog. He is sure to make new fur friends while he is here. You can sit and watch him play from the benched area. Please remember that you do need to have a leash if you and Fido want to explore outside the dog park. Since dogs aren't allowed on the playground, it is only fair that kids aren't allowed in the dog area, so keep that in mind.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,934/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Knoxville

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    The Knoxville City Greenways is an epic system of paved trails that you can explore with your pooch! You can get a map from the Rails-to-Trails website. Along the way, you are sure to see lots of new sights. The trail leads you through grassy meadow as it winds through Knoxville's neighborhoods and the business district. When you get to the very end, there is a nice park with playgrounds, restrooms, and water fountains. Be sure to keep your dog on his leash while you are traveling these paths; there are lots of bikes and other dogs as well.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,934/sq mi

    #5 Market Square

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    Hungry? Head to Tomato Head, located in the Market Square. They offer a huge selection of handmade choices. You can even find vegan entrees here! The locals rave about the hummus and house-made dressings. Market Square is a pet-friendly area that is interesting to walk and explore. Tomato Head would be a great place to stop for lunch during your exploration. All of the outdoor seating is pet-friendly. Just remember to bring a water dish for your fur buddy. This is about twenty minutes from you, but it is very much worth the trip. Just park your car, grab your leash, and enjoy some healthy, fresh fare!
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