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Dog Areas in Red Bank, TN

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Red Bank is a city of nearly 12,000 people in Tennessee, and it's just ten minutes from downtown Chattanooga. Red Bank is technically part of Chattanooga, and being entirely surrounded by the big city classifies it as an enclave. All the amenities of a big city are within your reach in Red Bank, but it maintains the small-town feel people love so much. Red Bank is located near a major retail center, and it has excellent schools and parks systems.

Most of the parks in Red Bank allow dogs as long as they're on a leash, so you've got plenty of options for nice spots to go for a leashed walk with your dog. In addition to all of the parks you can visit with your dog on a leash, Red Bank also has its very own off-leash dog park! The Red Bank Dog Park is located in the southern part of town and is adjacent to White Oak Park, where your dog can accompany you on a leash. The dog park has separate areas for big and little dogs, and it also has drinking water for pups! Red Bank having its own dog park is so convenient, but there are several more just outside of the town limits that you'll have a blast exploring with your pooch!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Red Bank, TN

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    Population Density 2,241/sq mi

    #1 Southside Historic District

    The Southside Historic District in Chattanooga has recently undergone a revitalization, and today it's filled with trendy bars, restaurants, and other entertainment centers. It's only a ten-minute drive from Red Bank, and the Chattanooga Chew Chew Canine Park is right near the neighborhood, too. The Chew Chew Canine Park is a cute spot for dogs to run off-leash, and it includes big and small dog sections. This decked-out park also includes agility equipment, plenty of trees, seating, water stations during the warm months, and fire hydrants. If you visit in the summer, your dog can also take a dip in one of the plastic pools set up around the park.
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    Population Density 1,159/sq mi

    #2 Hixson

    Hixson is a community in Chattanooga that's just a 15-minute drive east of Red Bank. This is where you'll find the Greenway Farms. This expansive area has activities for the entire family to enjoy, including walking trails, open fields, swimming, and biking. Greenway Farms even has its own dog park, and it has separate sections for big and small dogs, with recently renovated fences surrounding it. The Greenway Farm Dog Park has water pumps, seating, shade, and waste disposal items for your convenience. If your dog is a swimmer, they'll also love that there's swimming and beach access for pups right in the park!
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    Population Density 1,612/sq mi

    #3 Cannondale

    The community of Cannondale is 20 minutes southeast of Red Bank, and this area is home to Heritage Dog Park. This dog park is part of the McKamey Animal Center, which is an animal shelter and spay and neuter facility. The Heritage Dog Park used to require an annual fee, but it is now free to visit, and it's a great place to allow your dog to explore without a leash. There are large and small dog sections, as well as a double-gated entry system and agility equipment. Water stations are provided for thirsty pups, and Heritage Dog Park even has bathing stations so you can clean your dog up before you head home.
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    Population Density 2,842/sq mi

    #4 Northside Community

    Northside is a neighborhood in downtown Chattanooga that is commonly considered the premier spot for shopping and dining in the city. Not only are there great stores and restaurants in the area, but it's also home to an excellent city park. The Renaissance Park is a 23-acre space located along the scenic Tennessee River, and it's a pawpular dog walking spot. Dogs must be on a leash here, but your dog will be so enthralled with their surroundings, they won't mind one bit! Within the park, there are picnic areas, historic markers, and several nature trails you can traverse with your pooch.
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    Population Density 1,747/sq mi

    #5 East Lookout Mountain

    If you're looking for a unique dog-friendly activity near Red Bank, look no further than Rock City in Lookout Mountain, Georgia. It's just a 20-minute drive from Red Bank, and this popular tourist attraction's friendly and welcoming staff extends their generosity to four-legged guests, too. Within Rock City, you'll find The Enchanted Trail, which runs throughout the 14-acre property. The woodland trails and the gardens are a lovely dog walking spot, but your dog must be on a leash during your visit, and any messes they make must be cleaned up promptly. In addition to more than 400 species of flora, you can also enjoy panoramic views of seven states on clear days!
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