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222 25th Ave N
Nashville, TN, US 37203

Centennial Dog Park Overview
Your pet will go wild for the chance to play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes separate small dog area. Dogs must be vaccinated and licensed.
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Centennial Dog Park in Nashville, TN, US has an average rating of 4.8 based on 8 member reviews.
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GREAT BIG DOG PARK
Stella Noa in Miami, FL
Not only is the park big and clean, but the dogs are nice and so are their owners. There is even a puppy water fountain.
 
Correct Website
Garth in Virginia Beach
Here is the correct website. http://www.yelp.com/biz/centennial-dog-park-nashville?nb=1
 
Great Dog Park
Garth in Virginia Beach
This dog park is without a doubt the new champion. Using the Bring Fido app in our drive across country has been a life saver. We have found amazing dog parks the entire way across the country. Without a doubt this is the best that I have seen though. They have toys to include balls that are provided for the dogs to play with. There is a dog track through the plush forest layout that you can walk your dogs around, or there is a HUGE fenced in area that you can let your dogs play in. The park appears to be in a really nice part of town, and seems to be pretty busy. Without a doubt I highly recommend.
 
website link is incorrect..
sheila in nashville tn
the website link above is NOT for the correct Centennial dog park...which is free and open to the public..it is located a few blocks off West end avenue, turn at the Walgreens just past the Parthenon
 
great park!
sheila in nashville
I've lived in Nashville just over a year. Our 10 month old Lab mix loves this dog park! THere is now a website for the dog park which should help with directions...THere are free bags for clean up, and a water fountain for the dogs..large treed park that is maintained by volunteers there is a heavy wood chip base that keeps the most popular areas free of mud..Weekends can be very busy!...the small dog area is just out the far gate and down the sidewalk...there is paved parking lots for both the small and large park but arent visible from the street ,...very friendly crowd ..
 
Great Dog Park!
April in Illinois
It is a little hard to find but definately worth the time to find it. It is on the far west side of the park past 31st ave. It's a nice park with a walking path around it, doggy water fountains, and penty of shady spots and seating. Didn't see a seperate area for small dogs though. Very popular spot so make sure your dog plays well with others!
 
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Alex in Nashville
The dog park is free! No need to sign up or pay any money. There might be a pit restriction, but I think that's just for the Warner Dog Park (to be honest, any breed restriction is ridiculous, owners make bad dogs bad, NOT a dog's breed). Anyways, this dog park is pretty good. Plenty of shade on hot summer days and water for the dogs and benches for the people. My only complaint is that because it's on a hill, there's really not much descent space for dogs to play thoroughly like they would on a flatter surface they often end up just milling around in a small area of the otherwise big fenced-in area.
 
Couldn't find the Dog Park
Amanda in San Antonio, TX
This was a beautiful park! Its very large with multiple recreation areas. However, we couldn't find the actual dog park. There were no signs pointing us in the right direction. We even asked some people in the park and they had heard that there was a dog park but had no idea where it was. Our dogs were really looking forward to some off-leash play time after a long 15 hour drive. But, still this was a nice stop at the end of the day. We were there over Labor Day weekend and got to enjoy a nice walk with the dogs and some of the holiday festivities that were going on.
 
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