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Tennessee Dog Park Guide
Tennessee Dog Parks can be a great place for your dog to exercise, run around leash free in a (usually) fenced in area and socialize with other dogs. There are over one thousand off-leash dog parks in the U.S and Canada and the number is growing monthly.  Each dog park has different requirements and rules to use the dog park. These may include age of the dog and people, vaccination requirements, behavior and socialization requirements, spay or neuter requirements, and other requirements. Some require you to purchase a permit to use the dog parks in an area, most are free and open to all. Even if you want  to  keep your dog separate from other dogs while traveling you can usually  find hours when your dog or dogs can use the dog park alone to exercise. To find a dog park in select the city that you are looking at.


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Cities with Off-Leash Dog Parks




RiverStone Resort and Spa
Pigeon Forge, TN

Stay next to a mountain, a river and a golf course! Steps away from  Dollywood and other local attractions. Plus - Dog Runs and Pet Welcome Gifts.

Best Western Greenbrier Inn
Sevierville, TN

On the main parkway entrence and six miles from Dollywood and near Gatlinburg and Smoky Mtn National Park. Free Internet. $20 per night pet fee-dogs to 80 pounds.

Terry Kay Cabin Rentals
Pigeon Forge, TN

A true "mom and pop" cabin company would be honored to have you as our guests in the Smokies!

Fireside Chalets
Pigeon Forge, TN

Take a pet-friendly vacation in the Smoky Mountains in these beautiful chalets and cabins. Dogs up to 35 pounds are welcome.

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