These fun and fabulous dog parks are located in Knoxville, Maryville, Sevierville and Oak Ridge. As of now, the Sevierville park is under construction. It will be opening in May, 2017.
If you plan to visit any of these dog parks with kids, please keep in mind that you and your children will be surrounded by unfamiliar dogs. Please watch your children closely and keep in mind that these parks are designed for dogs to have freedom and fun. Dog owners don’t want to be worried about their dogs accidentally injuring your kids. Please watch your kids diligently so the dogs can have their fun!
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Knoxville, Maryville, Oak Ridge Dog Parks
This dog park features separate sections for small and large dogs, doggy water fountains, a fire hydrant, and waste stations. This park is located along the Holston River Greenway.
This park features separate sections for small and large dogs, doggy water fountains and waste stations. The park is located along the Charter Doyle Greenway trail.
This park features an awesome swimming lake with jump dock. Just as other premium parks, this location also features separate sections for small and large dogs. This park is located inside Tommy Schumpert Park, which has ball fields and facilities for humans.
This fantastic dog park is located on the Maryville greenway behind Midland Shopping Center. The park is convenient to both Maryville and Alcoa and is currently the only dog park in Blount County. Park features include separate areas for small and large dogs, with doggy drinking fountains located in both sections. Human restrooms and drinking fountains are not available. A small parking lot is located across the street from the Blount County Health Unit building at the intersection of McGee St. and McCammon Ave (exact address provided above). Additional parking is NOT permitted at the health building, but can be found at any of the parking garages in downtown Maryville.
This dog park is located inside Victor Ashe Park and is Knoxville’s first ever dog park. Although it does not offer separate sections for small and large dogs, there is some puppy playground equipment on site, such as tunnels and hill structures.
This amazing dog park features a large swim lake. Yes, a swim lake! The lake also includes a jump dock for all of those aspiring dock divers, who need to practice. Of course this fancy schmancy park also includes separate locations for small and large dogs, a doggy water fountain, waste stations, and a restroom for humans.
This, the very first dog park in Oak Ridge, packs a big punch with separate locations for small and large dogs, doggy and human water fountains, and waste stations. This park is located inside Big Turtle Park, which features sports fields and a playground for kids.
This downtown dog park features separate locations for small and large dogs, human and doggy water fountains, and waste stations.