Dog owners visiting or residing in the near Nashville city of Cookeville should grab Sparky and head out to Bark 'N' Park Acres. This large two-acre off-leash park boasts a beautiful Tennessee setting only 79 miles from Nashville and 101 miles from Knoxville. So visitors can stop at the park and then go check out some rich country music nearby.
Visitors can explore the history of the Putnam County city of Cookeville, which did not become developed until around 1842. Cookeville also welcomed many immigrants from Scotland and England. So after Sparky gets in some safe an uninterrupted play time at the park, visitors can explore this eclectic city.
At the Bark 'N' Park Acres, visitors will enjoy some shade under the trees while their dog explores the various turfs within this park. Does Sparky love to swim? After roaming off-leash, your furry friend can cool off in the large doggy wading pool. Sparky can splash around and work on those swimming skills before getting back to running within the secured, fenced-in space.
Sparky will show off some skills on the agility course on-site. Some dogs might even want to get into a friendly competition at Bark 'N' Park Acres. Those Tennesse summers get humid so that visitors will appreciate the fresh water available for all furbabies. Sparky can remain fully hydrated while rolling around in the sun.
The Bark 'N' Park Acres also hosts some doggy events, from pet training, agility competitions, to pet education, and more. This park is also part of the Double Springs Community, but newcomers are welcome to the park. Visitors need to remember to clean up after and keep an eye out on their pups at all times.
Also, make sure that Sparky is within voice control and leave any aggressive dogs at home. So load Sparky into that pickup truck, blast some honky-tonk music on the radio, and head to the Bark 'N' Park Acres in Cookeville where Sparky can enjoy some fresh mountain air.