Dog Park at Heritage Park Complex

Bring Fido to run around off leash at the fenced dog park at Heritage Park Complex in Clarksville, TN. This pup recreation area features ample space for pups of all sizes, doggy drinking fountains, shaded sections, benches for humans and waste disposal stations. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Dog Park at Heritage Park Complex has received a rating of 3.1 out of 5 bones by 9 canine critics on BringFido.

Visitors generally find the Dog Park at Heritage Park Complex to be a spacious and well-equipped facility, with ample room for dogs to run and play. However, some reviewers note issues with maintenance, such as muddy conditions and the presence of poison ivy, as well as concerns about irresponsible dog owners.

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  • Catherine
    Apr 27, 2024
    Pros and Cons

    We visited while passing through. Pros: Nice large space to run. Obstacle course items and trees which gave our dog plenty to sniff and investigate. Cons: Not well maintained. Lots of muddy spots making it unenjoyable to walk around with our dog. Caution… there is a lot of poison ivy growing up the side fence. This DP has so much potential if it were maintained properly.

  • Pam
    Jun 22, 2023
    Good park but need rules posted

    Very good park, a few bad owners. What to do about a small but aggressive rescue pitbull dog, whose young, well meaning owners can't handle.

  • Christine
    Mar 8, 2023
    Hard to find but large park

    our pup had fun and met nice people.

  • Faith
    Jul 15, 2021
    Good spot, bad owners

    This park could be really nice if it were more strict on the rules. Our pup was there for less than half an hour and was attacked twice. Once was because of a dog possessive over it’s ball and the other wanted to establish dominance (both owners should have known to keep their dogs at home). both owners acted like it was our fault when our dog was docile and minding his own business. the water fountain is also outside of the park which is inconvenient for thirsty dogs. it is fully fenced and the back is lined with trees. only two benches to sit on

  • Mariah
    May 8, 2021
    Not ideal for small dogs

    the small dog area wasn’t very well kept with tons of mud, some holes and trash. also, owners don’t seem to pick up after their dogs. the large dog area seemed a little bit better kept and had different types of terrain.

  • L
    More than a year ago
    Bad Owners Ruin It

    Very hit or miss. Many of the dog owners are good but a few bad ones (aggressive dogs they don't monitor or control, don't pick up after their dogs) ruin it. Dogs that aren't neutered or spayed are not allowed (I would say that more often than not the problem dogs do fall into this category) but if you bring this up to the Parks and Rec office they just tell you to pay to use the Liberty Dog Park instead. Why have rules if you don't even feign at enforcing them?

  • Lacey
    More than a year ago

    Always have an amazing time, poop bags available, different terrain makes it interesting, really cool how there's multiple fenced in areas. I was super impressed with the amount of space available. There are also toys galore for pups to pick and choose from. In the spring time there is water provided! LOVE THIS PARK

  • Jen
    More than a year ago
    Full of mud and

    Theres piles of dog poop in multiple spots, hardly any grass, lots of mud. Looks more like a pig pen. Poorly maintained, pile of cigarette butts in the parking lot. No water for dogs. Disgusting.

  • Stacey
    More than a year ago
    Perfect Park!

    This park is PERFECT - there's running water provided for dogs to drink at entrance to park, there's poo bags, there's benches, there's an agility area, there's TONS of very tall trees -- it's great! I have no complaints about this dog park at all. I have been here multiple times and each time all owners seemed to be communicating well and keeping tabs on their pups. There is a basic shared understanding of dominance among dogs. There are three separate fenced in areas - agility area, and then the respective small and large dog areas.

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