If you’re a proud dog parent, you probably want to bring your best friend with you everywhere you go and are wondering where to bring your dog in Davidson County. Unfortunately, it can be hard to explore local businesses with your pooch attached. Here are a few dog-friendly spots in Davidson County that would make the perfect playdate for you and your puppy.
Two Rivers Dog Park
Located right on McGavock Pike in Nashville, Two Rivers Dog Park offers a huge, shady, playground for your pet. A wide open space for dogs to socialize, a walking track, and a secluded wooded area gives you all you need to optimize playtime!
Ole Smokey Distillery/Yee Haw Brewing Co.
What could be better than barks and brews in Music City? The dog-friendly Yee Haw Brewing Co. boasts seven beers on tap and Ole Smokey Distillery, the world’s most-visited distillery, offers ample whiskey and moonshine as well as food that includes White Duck Taco and Prince’s Hot Chicken. The complex’s wide-open outdoor space includes yard games like cornhole, guaranteeing a good time to you and the pup!
Shelby Dog Park
Perched right behind the Shelby Park Community Center, this Nashville park has plenty of amenities for your pooch, including water fountains, benches, and the tranquil Shelby Bottoms trail. Dogs are allowed to play off-leash in this area, so your buddy is bound to make plenty of friends.
This dog-welcoming casual restaurant boasts yummy farm-to-table fare, with the motto “Buy Local, Eat Urban.” Grab a fresh, hickory-smoked sandwich or wrap while dining at the outdoor patio while your dog sits beside you, and you’ll both be happy as can be.
Edwin Warner Dog Park
This Nashville hotspot boasts a doggie water fountain, multiple benches (for humans) and a huge outdoor spot perfect for fetch and Frisbee. Keep in mind that visitors are restricted to two dogs at one time, and the lack of shade makes this spot less than ideal for warm weather.
Stones River Dog Park
Stones River Dog Park, a Fido-friendly urban escape, is perched right in the center of downtown Nashville with incomparable city views. This park also offers eco-friendly artificial turf and big logs for dogs to jump and play on.
With the tagline “Sit. Stay. Eat.”, it’s no surprise that this spot, which serves wings, pizza, and nachos served in a dog food bowl, would welcome your pup. This restaurant offers spacious, dog-friendly patio seating.