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Dog Areas in Rockwood

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Rockwood is a city located at the base of Walden Ridge in Tennessee, and a perfect place for a retreat complete with picturesque mountain views and beautiful nature. With a population of just over 5,000 residents, it’s a friendly settlement in Roane County, between Knoxville and Crossville. You can quickly get to the city from Highways 70 and 27, or Interstate 40. And even if the town itself has little to offer, there’s plenty of outdoor adventures in the vicinity, especially on the banks of Clinch River, just steps away from downtown. You'll also find a veterinarian in Rockwood to take care of your furry friend.

Nestled in the heart of the county, Roane County Park is a beautiful place with fantastic walking trails just 8 minutes east of Rockwood! Your pup will love this family-oriented recreational facility. Although mutts have to stay on-leash at all times, they are welcome to embark on a 1.3-mile walking adventure around the track! Or you can bring a sandwich with you and have a picnic in a shaded pavilion near the water!

Another beautiful gem is waiting for you in Kingston, on the Clinch River. Kingston City Park is a picturesque area with the best views of Fort Southwest Point and a 3-mile waterfront walking trail! Beware of splashes!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rockwood

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    Population Density 2,503/sq mi

    #1 City Center

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    Harriman is located 10 miles due northeast of Rockwood, which makes it a snifftastic place to travel with Fido! The city center, where all the fun is happening, will be the best place to explore with Fido. The town's commercial area, entertainment venues, and a movie theater coexist with beautiful parks! Riverfront Park in Harriman overlooks Emory River, offering relaxing strolls along the shore. There’s even a small waterfall hidden along the way. Can your buddy sniff it out? Cumberland Park is another excellent pet-friendly city park. Set in the heart of the town, the park offers trails and lots of shade for on-leash strolls with Fido.

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    Population Density 496/sq mi

    #2 Linden and Robertsville

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    Linden and Robertsville is a residential neighborhood in the southern part of Oak Ridge. It's steps away from North Boundary Greenway! It's a peaceful and dog-friendly neighborhood animated by Oak Ridge Turnpike. The road outlines the southern border, offering shops, convenience stores, and drive-thru restaurants. Here, you will also find Big Turtle Dog Park, a cool doggy spot on East Fork Poplar Creek. It’s a free park with two separate sections for small and large pooches! A vast area offers plenty of space for chases, exercises, or sports. The park is open from dawn to dusk, and it provides seating, drinking water, and even waste bags. Just relax and enjoy the day!

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    Population Density 1,815/sq mi

    #3 Concord

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    Concord Park is a mega recreation area in the southwestern part of Knoxville on Fort Loudon Lake, close to Concord. The park has two separate entrances from the western and eastern side and features plenty of outdoor activities! Fishing, hiking, walking, canoeing, jogging -- you name it! Your pooch will love exploring the park's 17 miles of paved, multi-purpose trails. For off-leash fun, head to the local dog park. Concord Dog Park is true doggy heaven with two sections for small and large pups and a third section that's a dog-friendly beach area! You can let your mutt go wild, splash, and play with others while you enjoy the shade and chat with locals.

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    Population Density 1,808/sq mi

    #4 Woodland Trace

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    A small and friendly neighborhood in Farragut, Woodland Trace is an excellent place to live! The area is steps away from commercial venues, entertainment spots, and schools. Campbell Station Park is one of the local favorite hangout spots, especially for dog owners! It’s a beautiful, 17-acre green space with multiple walking trails and a picnic pavilion. Funnily enough, you will find Farragut Branch Library in the northwestern corner of the park. What an unexpected discovery! The park is a trendy place and is a bit busy in the morning -- but don't let that stop you! Grab a leash and embark on a peaceful adventure in the woods with your loyal mutt!

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    Population Density 3,994/sq mi

    #5 Cedar Bluff

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    Cedar Bluff is a mixed-use neighborhood in the southern part of Knoxville. If you travel from Rockwood to Cedar Bluff, prepare for at least a 40-minute drive via Oak Ridge Turnpike. The residential area is tucked away from the busy I-40 and I-75 outlining the southern border of the neighborhood. Cedar Bluff is conveniently located between two cool places to visit with Fido! Petsafe Dog Park, to the east, is a pawesome dog park in Petsafe Village. This dog daycare offers some off-leash time for visitors after a long ride. West Hills/John Bynon Park, to the west, is a great city park with walking trails and plenty of shade to stroll under on-leash.
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