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Dog Areas in Memphis

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Memphis is known for several famous attractions, including the Civil Rights Museum and Graceland. If you are traveling with your pup, though, you may want to check out some other sites as well, such as the city’s various parks and trails.

For some fresh air and exercise for both you and your dog, you can’t beat the Shelby Farms Greenline. This 6.5-mile trail connects Midtown Memphis with Shelby Farm Park and offers a shaded path that is perfect for walking, especially on a hot day. The park itself has a beautiful off-leash area where dogs can run to their hearts’ content. The Outback has trails and ponds, as well as a water fountain and dog wash station designed especially for canine visitors.

The Greenbelt Park sits along the Mississippi River, providing you with a lovely view on your morning or afternoon walk with your dog. The Park covers 105 acres and has plenty to explore, including a 1.5-mile trail that runs the length of the park. You can also visit Overton Bark, the dog-friendly side of Overton Park. With a playground nearby and two separate areas for dogs, this park is bound to keep your whole family entertained.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Memphis

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    Population Density 3,160/sq mi

    #1 Downtown


    The Downtown neighborhood in Memphis is the prime example of a tail waggin’ good time. In fact, Downtown is also where, every September, Tennessee's “Week for the Animals” is hosted. The governor of the state has even proclaimed the importance of this week, which is dedicated to celebrating the role pets play in our lives. Dogs, up to 75 pounds, are also welcomed at the famous Peabody Hotel in Downtown. Peabody Hotel is home of the famous Peabody Duck March, which your pooch can enjoy, too! With all the scenic views and wagging tails, you can’t go wrong with the Downtown neighborhood in Memphis!

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    Population Density 2,220/sq mi

    #2 Shelby Forest-Frayser

    Are you and your dog ready to discover scenic views and snifftastic trails in Memphis?! If so, you will definitely want to check out Memphis’ Shelby Forest-Frayser neighborhood. This super dog-friendly neighborhood will give you that feel of “dixie” you have longed for. You will find Shelby Farms Park ,where there is so much to do. You will find trails for biking and hiking, and even opportunities for horseback riding, along with playgrounds, a BMX track, and a water play sprayground. Shelby Farms Park even has lasertag and paintball. This is just the ultimate family getaway. In addition, your dog can visit “The Outback”. The Outback is over 100 acres of off leash fun for your pooch! Yep, you read that right -- 100 acres of pawsitively the most fun your dog has EVER had!
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    Population Density 3,450/sq mi

    #3 East Memphis - Colonial-Yorkshire

    You will find visiting and living in the East Memphis-Colonial-Yorkshire neighborhood in Memphis very easy to do, especially if you have a pooch! This neighborhood is home to the area’s popular dog park, Memphis Dog Park. Most of the time you will find a friendly regular and happy tail wag when you visit this dog park. It is completely fenced in for off-leash fun for you and your pooch. In addition to the dog park, there are many dog friendly restaurants you will want to visit. Since the University of Memphis is also in the area, you will also get to enjoy that college-town feel in this Memphis neighborhood!
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    Population Density 3,320/sq mi

    #4 Midtown

    Midtown is a bustling, active area in Memphis. This neighborhood is all about culture and has totally gone to the dogs! You will find a popular off-leash dog park for locals, Overton Park. It’s 1.3 acres of fenced in fun for your tail waggin’ best friend. Almost anywhere you pick to eat is super dog-friendly, including popular local picks such as Side Street Grill, Deli on the Square, and The Second Line. You can also bring your pup while you sample craft beer at the Memphis Made Brewing Company. In addition to your sampling, you can even enjoy a game or two of cornhole! With everything the Midtown neighborhood in Memphis has to offer -- you and your pooch won’t be disappointed!
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    Population Density 2,230/sq mi

    #5 Cordova Appling

    The Cordova-Appling neighborhood is perfect for anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle. This small suburban neighborhood in Memphis has something for everyone, including your pooch. The highlight of this Memphis neighborhood is the dog-friendly, 4500 acre Shelby Farms. There is so much for your pup to see, do, and sniff. Including The Outback, a pawesome experience with over 100 acres of open fields, trails, and lakes. The best part about this little gem in Shelby Farms? There are no leashes required at The Outback! Cordova-Appling is an excellent neighborhood for any family in Memphis with furry friends.
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