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Charter Doyle PetSafe Dog Park
5100 West Martin Mill Pike, Knoxville TN

This beautiful two-acre Charter Doyle PetSafe Dog Park is situated within Charter Doyle Park in South Knoxville. Well-shaded by fully mature cedar trees, the dog park features separate sections for large and small dogs, a dog water fountain, and dog waste stations. Charter Doyle Greenway, which is a 0.4-mile loop encircling Charter Doyle Park, also connects to the dog park.





Dogwood Park
4901 Bradshaw Rd., Knoxville, TN

Located in Victor Ashe Park, Dogwood Park was opened in 2007 as Knoxville's first public dog park. The one-acre off-leash area is completely fenced and features a puppy playground (includes two hill structures, a puppy jump, and a tunnel), a dog water fountain, and dog waste stations. Knoxville Parks and Recreation built this park in cooperation with the Knox Dog Owners Group (KnoxDog).

Dog Fancy Magazine named Dogwood Park as the country's Dog Park with the Best Setting.


Holston River Petsafe Dog Park
3300 Holston Hills Rd., Knoxville, TN

The Holston River Petsafe Dog Park was opened in 2012. Located on the southern end of Holston River Park along the two-mile Holston River Greenway, the two-acre dog park features a separate section for large and small dogs, a doggie water fountain, a fire hydrant, and dog waste stations.


PetSafe Downtown Dog Park
200 S Central St., Knoxville, TN

Amenities for the dog park include separate sections for small and large dogs, human and dog water fountains and dog waste stations.

Dog Waste Stations:
The Tennessee Izaak Walton League has partnered with Knoxville Parks and Recreation to place dog waste stations in popular dog-walking areas (primarily parks and greenways)


 

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