As the neighborhood's name implies, Green Hills is a rather hilly neighborhood. Again, depending on your location, you and your pup may experience some significant hills with rather steep inclines. Make sure you are prepared for this little extra exercise or try to research walking routes that avoid the larger hills.
The boundaries of Green Hills include Four-Forty Parkway and West End Avenue to the north, General Bate Drive to the east, Harding Place to the south, and Lynwood Boulevard to the west.
Additional parks located in Green Hills include the Battle of Nashville Monument Park, Sally Beaman Park, Elmington Park, and Woodmont Park. Nashville is typically a dog-friendly city, but it is, unfortunately, lacking in dog parks. There are a few in the downtown area, but they are rare in the more suburban neighborhoods. Thankfully, the nearest dog park to Green Hills is only three miles to the north and is located in the famous and well-visited Centennial Park.
Additionally, there are few greenways largely comprised of sports facilities near some of the local schools, however, these are traditionally not pup-friendly.