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Freedom Run Dog Park

Freedom Run Dog Park in Franklin, TN, is a 1-acre dog park located near entrance just before baseball fields. The park features separate areas for small and large dogs to run off leash. Visit Website

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BringFido Guest Rating

Freedom Run Dog Park has received a rating of 4.1 out of 5 bones by 10 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Jenna
    Mar. 21, 2022
    Nice Dog Park Stop

    This dog park was nice and clean and had a large and small dog area. The setting was nice and peaceful and the parking was convenient.

  • Brandi
    Nov. 9, 2021
    Fantastic Dog Park

    This dog park was very nice size. clean, water, poop bags. excellent

  • Stephanie
    Jul. 29, 2021
    Nice shady location

    Park is very well kept up. Water for humans and animals to drink. Agility equipment is in good condition. Bench for humans to sit while the dogs play. Plenty of shade trees and a covered area for everyone to cool down.

  • Magan
    Mar. 9, 2020
    Freedom Run

    This dog park is very quiet and cutely tucked away. I appreciate the separation of large and small dogs, however the big dog side has all of the fun looking ramps and gazebo. On the small dog side all we had was a bench. I’d give it a 4/5 if I had a larger dog.

  • Clarissa
    Sep. 10, 2019
    Decent park

    Lots of shade during a hot summer day! The small dog section is very tiny; probably the size of an average backyard. In the large dog section there is a large portion of just dirt. The entrance gates aren't the most secure; a small dog easily ran under both sets of gates and greeted me on my way into the park. Also, the wooden bridge you drive over to get here may scare a timid pooch so be careful! We used this as a back up because our fave park is closed for a few weeks. It's a little out of the way and not worth the drive we made across town.

  • Kellie
    Apr. 26, 2019
    Great Location

    Right off the expressway, so it was a nice stop for an hour to get our 100lb Rhodesian Ridgeback a break.

  • Marjorie
    Apr. 15, 2018
    Great park!

    Muddy pit at the entrance and the water fountain doesn't work all the time, but we have fun here!

  • Patty
    More than a year ago
    added review to my last

    The map also will lead you in to a subdivision or a baseball park. The dog park is the first street (no name is posted)on the left just after you have turned off McEwen Dr. onto Turning wheel lane. There is a wooden bridge you cross over and it’s right there. Hope that helps.

  • Patty
    More than a year ago
    Could be 5 bones

    This is a great dog Park. I was needing a place to take my 2 dogs while I waited for someone in a meeting. And this came up the closes on the app. (Great app by the way) it was early morning 8:30 and it was quite. Two separate parks for Big & Small. Lots of benches, lots of trees (this will be great in the summer), lots of poop bag stations, little stations for dogs to learn some agility things & a portapotty for adults is great to.
    I would have given 5 bones, if the water station was working, it was good I travel with my own water jug, and more people would pick up after their dogs. I tried walking around the perimeter of the large dog area and it was a dodge a pile walk. I know sometimes is hard to keep eye on your dog if your chatting or you have several dogs but it needs pick up. And piles were all over the center play area as well.
    But I will go back for sure. Don’t let that stop you and bring your own water till they fix the water station there.

  • Monique
    More than a year ago
    great place!

    This dog park has everything. Small and large dog areas, water for dogs and humans, multiple waste bag sites and trash cans, And most importantly, great dogs and people! The folks here are always mindful of what the dogs are doing enjoyed getting to know you and your dogs if you'd like to visit. It's convenient for me, so that's why we hang out here most days. Come visit!

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