Picture of Two Rivers Dog Park, a dog friendly attraction in Nashville, TN. Photo by @boomerzoom.
Beautiful day at the park. Tuesday 11/4
Picture of Two Rivers Dog Park, a dog friendly attraction in Nashville, TN. Photo by @boomerzoom.
Picture of Two Rivers Dog Park, a dog friendly attraction in Nashville, TN. Photo by @boomerzoom.
Beautiful day at the park. Tuesday 11/4

Description

Two Rivers offers a wide open space for dogs to play, a wooded shady area, and a walking track.

Reviews

BringFido Traveler Rating

Two Rivers Dog Park has received a rating of 4.3 out of 5 bones by 15 dog owners on BringFido.

  • Jul. 13, 2019
    Great Place.

    Me and my dog first time there today. We absolutely loved the place. Probably will make it a once a weekend thing. The park is so big she was tuckered out in an hour. But friendly people. Friendly dogs. And very clean.

  • Jun. 24, 2019
    Too Many Children

    This would be the best park ever if it weren’t for children running around! The rules at the entrance explicitly state that no children are allowed; it is, after all, a DOG park and there are multiple playgrounds close by which cater to the needs of children. My three small doggies are neither vicious nor violent. However, they are not accustomed to the unpredictability of young children. I have been to the park about a dozen times since it opened, and every single time, I have had to gather my puppies and leave before we ready due to children coming in and running around. It’s so not fair!!! Why do people do that???

  • Mar. 10, 2019
    Love 2Rivers!!

    2 rivers dog park is one of my pup’s favorites!! We’ve gone twice now since discovering it and will be back during the warm months. It’s pretty big

  • Sep. 14, 2018
    Great Place!

    Huge, shady, lots of benches. Love the paved walking path around the perimeter so that your pooch(s) can play in the middle and you can still keep an eye on them. We are out-of-towners and our 2 Papillons had a blast. Their dog park at home doesn't compare.

  • More than one year ago.
    be safe

    This was my dogs favorite park for the past month. Until yesterday. We have gone there 2 days a week at least for the past month. Yesterday he was attacked by a dog and my car was broken into and my purse was stolen. When I filed the report apparently I wasn't the only one that was a victim yesterday. So be mindful of what is in your car when you go here. It's not as safe as I thought for so long

  • More than one year ago.
    Huge open space

    This park is a great open space to take your dog. The park is about the size of 2 football fields. It has a walking loop around the perimeter and the middle is a grassy area to play. Every dog and person we met there was friendly.

  • More than one year ago.
    watch out for tucker!

    This dog took a bite out of my dog's ear causing him to have his ear stitched he's under antibiotics and a vet bill of $104..the owner didn't even bother to give me her name nor was she the kind of woman who would tell me the truth anyways if you can't be responsible for your dog and you know that dog is aggressive because that dog jumped on my dog for no reason especially when I heard her say no tucker no tucker the dog bit my dog's ear. The dog is a brown dog about 50-60 pounds with a black face and sports a red collar. Then STAY HOME!

  • More than one year ago.
    Nice people, beautiful place

    I'm driving through TN so finding this park was an amazing find. It's pretty easy to find, and is the biggest park I've seen! It's set up like a golf course with rolling hills and well kept grass and trees. The paved loop is also a nice walk to get a human workout too! Everyone I talked to was a local and very nice.

  • More than one year ago.
    Wide Open Spaces

    I love this dog park. It's huge! There are woodsy areas and open fields to run in, a pavilion with a roof and picnic table, and benches scattered throughout. The walking trail is wonderful plus to get us humans exercising with the dogs.

  • More than one year ago.
    Great place to walk

    My dog Charlie absolutely loves this park. He cries when we get in the parking lot because he knows where we are. It's clean and safe as well.

  • More than one year ago.
    Awesome park!

    So I just moved to Nashville from MD and this dog park is HUGE! There was a park right by my place in MD that I thought was huge compared to all the others around and that one was only less than 1 acre.. This one had so much room and a walk track, which was nice. The only thing that would make it even better is a place for the dogs to cool off, like a pool! Loved it!

  • More than one year ago.
    Great Park

    I have a 9 year old yellow lab and a 5 month old lab. This park is great to give my puppy room to run and socialize with other dogs and my 'big guy' a nice area to walk with me. I go early in the mornings and everyone has been awesome. I can't get my dogs to drink from the water fountain or dog bowls but we continue to explore and work on training! It's worth the 20 minute drive for me!

  • More than one year ago.
    Great park

    This is one of the better dog parks that I've seen! There is a nice wide open area with trees and a walking path around the perimeter and a small pavilion with some tables/benches and also a watering station for dogs. I haven't seen any aggressive dogs and have never felt myself or my dog threatened. There doesn't seem to be any breed restrictions so it's really up to the owners best judgment as to whether their dog can be sociable around other dogs. Overall, very large and clean dog park.

  • More than one year ago.
    very nice park

    There isn't a section for big dogs versus small dogs. The park is really nice and has a walking trail as well as water stations and pool for dogs to swim. There's lots of shaded areas.

  • More than one year ago.
    BIG Dogs vs. Little Dogs

    I think this park is really nice, clean and has a paved walkway to walk. However, the big and little dogs are combined. The rules are very lax there without restrictions on males that are not fixed just females in heat are not allowed. The males get so aggressive that my dogs get attacked every other time we go there. In July, one attacked my Australian (toy) shepherd and when I picked her up, the dog started coming after me when she was in my arms. I saw a Rottweiler yesterday that was getting aggressive and not neutered so we left. I really wish they had a way to regulate this park. There are always aggressive dogs and owners who will walk the perimeter and ignore their dogs. Dividing them up for small and large would also make a big difference.

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