Dog Walkers in Winchester, TN

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Dog Areas in Winchester, TN

5 Parks
9 Trails
1 Shop
1 Eatery
4 Groomers
The City of Winchester, Tennessee is a wooftastic place to explore with Fido at your side, thanks to its beautiful rolling hills, pristine lakeshore, and more! Practice your southern accent as you stroll the streets, dine in wooftastic restaurants, and visit local shops! Three puptastic and well-rated veterinarians are located in Winchester, so you never have to worry for your pooch's well-being. 


Winchester is known for its pawsome outdoor activities, so why not take advantage of them with a furrific weekend trip to the Fairwell Devil Step Campground?! A highly sought-after vacation destination, the Fairwell Devil Step Campground offers family and fur-friends to join in on some fun in nature. With views right on the lakeshore, canoe/boat/swimming access is a breeze. Take your pups for a dip or stroll by lake! Dogs must be leashed when outside on the grounds or not in your camp/tent area. 

While in downtown Winchester, head to the Los Alamos Mexican Restaurant & Cantina for a delicious meal set in a traditional family setting. Woof down some tacos on the tables outdoors, where Fido is welcome to lounge by you and lick up any scraps.

Winchester is a prime example of southeastern Tennessee's raw and natural beauty. Discover what "Southern hospitality" truly means with your pup in Winchester! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Winchester, TN

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    Population Density 898/sq mi

    #1 Winchester City Center

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    When in Winchester's City Center neighborhood, there's no need to feel the need to escape the city, because about 4 blocks from the bustling downtown district is Harvey's Garden. Harvey's Garden is a slice of pawradise right in the city; take a quiet stroll with your leashed pup along the stone-lined paths, or come sing along with the little birdies. Its vision is to inspire others and bring a piece of peace and tranquility, where individuals, families, or doggoes can come reflect and enjoy a woof of fresh air. Soak in the sun as you visit all of the flowering booms along the pathways. You will truly feel like you are in your backyard garden!
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    Population Density 41/sq mi

    #2 Northwest Winchester

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    Don't miss out on the pawpular Tims Ford State Park, one of Tennessee's most prized parks! Located in Northwest Winchester, this park boasts a variety of outdoor activities such as biking, birding, hiking, boating, swimming, camping and more. And best of all? There are dozens of wooftacular trails to explore with your pup on leash! Over 6.5 unpaved hiking trails, plus 22 miles of biking/hiking trails invite you and your canine to get some exercise. For easy trails, try the Overlook Trail and Clifton Doyle Trail. For natural, moderate trails, explore the Lost Creek Overlook Trail and Highland Rim Wildflower Trail. If your pup is extra adventure, try out the difficult Ray Branch Shoreline Trail. Your pup must wear a leash and be current on his vaccinations to join you on the trails.
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    Population Density 933/sq mi

    #3 Decherd City Center

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    Wag over to the neighboring town of Decherd, located 2.5 miles away, to explore the town's city park and stay overnight in a pup-friendly hotel. Decherd City Park offers families a grassy retreat where you and Fido can lounge in the grass, play "Go fetch!" or grill out and picnic underneath the shady pavilion. Give your pup's weary paws a rest by checking in at the Quality Inn Decherd. Free breakfast is included in your nightly rate, which requires a small extra fee for doggoes staying overnight. Pet weight restrictions of 20 lbs apply, so make sure Fido packs light!
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    Population Density 423/sq mi

    #4 Lake

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    The Lake neighborhood in the town of Estill Springs, a 5-10 minute drive from Winchester, offers you and your pup a visit to the Estill Springs City Park. This local park in Estill Springs is the pawfect location to take a break with Fido while on the road. The park boasts a well-kept playground and grassy area, plus a shady pavilion for picnicking with a gravel lot for parking. Stop here to stretch Fido's legs, go potty, or for a bite to eat! Pups must be on a leash while on the city park grounds and any waste must be cleaned up after.
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    Population Density 238/sq mi

    #5 West Estill Springs

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    If your pup loves the great outdoors, then he will love the Pleasant Grove Use Area located in the West Estill Springs neighborhood, a quick 15 minute drive from Winchester. The Pleasant Grove Use Area sits on the shores of the Dale Hollow Lake. The area features access to the lake for swimming, fishing, or boating. Your pooch is welcome to stroll the grounds with you on leash, jump in the water for a refreshing dip, or lounge out under of the shady trees. The Pleasant Grove Use Area has become a recreational oasis for both locals and tourists alike. Come join in on the fun with your pup!
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