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Dog Areas in Nolensville

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Nestled just minutes away from Brentwood and Nashville is the town of Nolensville, Tennessee in Williamson County. Nearly 8,000 people have made Nolensville their home, and this quaint area has a historic downtown area, award-winning restaurants, and excellent schools and shopping. Much to the delight of you and your dog, you'll also find Nolensville has a great parks and recreation system! A variety of green spaces are available for you to explore with your pet as you get to know Nolensville. There are miles of trails in Nolensville where you can explore with your dog when they're on a leash. Nolensville is also home to its very own off-leash dog park, too!

If you're not visiting the off-leash dog park or walking a trail in Nolensville, check out one of their dog-friendly restaurants! Nolen's Place is a comfortable and casual restaurant in northern Nolensville that serves modern Southern-style pub food. There are several outdoor tables at Nolen's Place that are dog-friendly, so your dog can stay by your side when you dig into dishes like their pimento jalapeno burger, classic mac and cheese, wild mushroom and swiss sandwich, or chicken and sausage gumbo. From the food to the trails and the parks, you and your dog are going to fall in love with Nolensville!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Nolensville

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    Population Density 510/sq mi

    #1 Nolensville Park

    Nolensville's own dog park is located on the western edge of town, and it's conveniently located near an elementary school and sports fields. Nolensville Dog Park has big and small dog sections, as well as a variety of agility equipment so your dog can show off their special skills. You'll also find doggy water fountains and waste disposal supplies, and the large dog area has a shaded seating area. When you're done at the off-leash park, you can also walk around the other areas of this county park with your dog, but they're required to be on a leash in all other areas.
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    Population Density 1,514/sq mi

    #2 Midtown

    Centennial Dog Park in the Midtown area of Nashville is only a 20-minute drive from Nolensville. Centennial Dog Park is a 132-acre park, and in addition to the dog park, it includes the famous Parthenon, a lake, a one-mile walking trail, sports fields, an activity center, and more! The dog park is separated into a large area for all dogs, as well as a separate, smaller area for dogs who weigh less than 25 pounds. Centennial Dog Park has a water fountain for humans and canines, waste disposal supplies, and seating. There's no membership fee required to visit this dog park, but you must have proof of your dog's vaccinations and their license.
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    Population Density 369/sq mi

    #3 Devon Park

    Another great dog park in Nashville is only half an hour from Nolensville, located adjacent to Nashville's Devon Park neighborhood. Edwin Warner Park is a massive city park, and its thousands of acres have additional features like picnic facilities, sports fields, a golf course, and hiking and biking trails. The dog park is one general area for dogs of all sizes to play together, so be advised that your dog won't be in a section just for dogs of the same size. Warner Dog Park has plenty of parking, lots of seating, a water fountain, and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 262/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Murfreesboro

    Murfreesboro is a city in Tennessee with a population of more than 130,000 people, and it's about a 20-minute drive from Nolensville. Central Murfreesboro is home to the city's dog park. Murfreesboro Bark Park has big and small dog sections as well as fresh, running water for dogs. For your convenience, there's plenty of parking available at this off-leash park, and you'll find plenty of seating as well. This dog park branches off from the Murfreesboro's Stones River Greenway System Trail. This 8.5-mile asphalt trail is an ideal dog walking spot. Your dog must be on a leash when they're on the trail, but once you reach the dog park, game on!
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    Population Density 1,160/sq mi

    #5 Central Brentwood

    Brentwood is a suburb of Nashville with a population of more than 40,000 people. Central Brentwood is only eight miles from Nolensville, and this is where you and your dog will find the Nutro Dog Park at Tower Park. A short walk from the entrance of Tower Park gets you to Nutro Dog Park and its separate big and small dog sections. There's covered seating, water, waste disposal supplies, and tennis balls available in the park. Tower Park is a 47-acre park that also includes a pool, tennis courts, sports fields, open green spaces, and several trails. Your dog can join you in other areas of Tower Park as long as they're on a leash.
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