Dog Walkers in Murfreesboro, TN

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Dog Areas in Murfreesboro, TN

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7 Eateries
12 Groomers

Located on West College Street, Murfreesboro Bark Park is a large, completely fenced-in dog park that also has a smaller area just for smaller pups. Play an intense game of tug-o-war, throw a squeaky toy, or run about while making new friends – both two-legged and four!

Grab your trail mix and a couple doggie biscuits, because you’re going to need a snack after your scenic hike at Murfreesboro’s Stones River Greenway System – which is one of the 1,600 rail-trails in the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Picture this: towering shade trees, lush foliage, a clear blue sky with a warm, bright sun, wildlife scampering about. Okay, now stop imagining and get out there and experience it first-hand. Oh! And don’t forget to bring water for you and your beloved canine!

Something tells me your trail mix and doggie biscuits aren’t going to curb your hunger for long. After your peaceful hike, grab a bite to eat at Mellow Mushroom. Mellow Mushroom is a pizzeria and bar that also has other non-pizza food items (its well known for its pretzels with beer cheese, perhaps you’ll try them?). There’s no need to drop Fido off at home because he’s welcome out in the outdoor seating!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Murfreesboro, TN

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,203/sq mi

    #1 Lytle Street

    Lytle Street is a lovely little area that boasts Oaklands Park along the northern edge of the neighborhood. This park offers a well kept field with plenty of room for your pup to run and play.  To the south is Cannonsburgh Village, a gorgeous park that’s kept green by Lytle Creek. This park comes complete with numerous scenic trails and leads nicely into Murfreesboro’s Stones River Greenway System. This dog friendly trail has disposal stations located along it and is mostly shady, for pleasant walks even on hotter days. You and your pup are sure to have a blast enjoying these natural areas!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,701/sq mi

    #2 North Thompson

    North Thompson is a gorgeous area with an active and outgoing community. Along the northern border of this neighborhood lies Gateway Island, a beautiful area that curls around a sizable lake. This lush forested land is surrounded by walking trails for your pleasure, offering many different scenic routes that are strategically shaded for comfort even on hotter days. Head a little further north and you’ll hit Murfreesboro Bark Park, a fenced in area where dogs can run around off leash to their heart’s content. There’s a separate small dog area and ample benches for owners to rest on while their pups play.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,649/sq mi

    #3 Reynolds/North Thompson Lane


    Reynolds/North Thompson Lane is a pleasant area with a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere.  Taking up nearly half of this neighborhood is Stones River National Battlefield. This historic area was a turning point in the civil war, and is a beautiful natural area that’s stocked full of wildlife. Take a walk through here with your pup to appreciate the history that brought this country where it is today, as well as the scenic natural views that are well maintained by volunteers to keep the area looking nice. If you’re coming from out of town, Home2 Suites is located just south and allows one pet up to seventy five pounds for a small fee.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,317/sq mi

    #4 Indian Creek


    Indian Creek is a lovely little community with a humble atmosphere. If you’re coming from out of town, the Residence Inn is located by plenty of amenities and is friendly toward two pets of any size for a small additional fee. For a relaxing stroll, you can take your pup along a small path off of Fortress Boulevard near Puckett Creek and enjoy the sound of running water while you take in the fresh outdoor air. This small, scenic path is dotted with occasional trees and is the perfect place to spend an afternoon. Your pup will definitely thank you for the outing and will want to go again and again!

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,317/sq mi

    #5 Southridge Boulevard


    Southridge Boulevard is a beautiful neighborhood with an outgoing community. Located off Veterans Parkway at the southern end of this neighborhood is Barfield Crescent Park, a huge green area with plenty to do. Follow the concrete pathways south long enough and you’ll hit gorgeous trails that wind through the most breathtaking natural areas of this park. This park is kept lush by West Fork Stones River and is host to a small variety of wildlife. Remember to keep your pup leashed at all times, as this park isn't fenced in. Your pup will have the time of his life exploring this natural spot.

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