Dog Friendly Activities in Clarksville, TN

There are 6 dog friendly activities in Clarksville. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Clarksville.

Pet Friendly Heritage Bark Park
Heritage Bark Park off-leash two-acre fenced in area - partly wooded for shade. Park is divided into 3 fenced sections.. large dog , small dogs & agility play area. Water available at entry. See Details
Pet Friendly Clarksville Bark Park at Fairgrounds Park
Clarksville Bark Park at Fairgrounds Park Clarksville Bark Park at Fairgrounds Park is a 2-acres off-leash park that is fenced in. See Details
King's Bluff Brewery King's Bluff Brewery is pet-friendly. Dogs are welcome inside and outside the brewery. This Clarksville brewery uses great quality ingredients and takes chances on styles and recipes to elevate the customers experience beyond the usual craft beer brewery. There are nine delicious beers on tap, including a saison, stout, pilsner and Irish red. Keep an eye on their social media to see when they're next hosting one of their awesome events, like the Paint your Pet night. King's Bluff is open Tuesday through Thursday from 3pm to 9pm, Friday from 3pm to 10pm, Saturday from 12pm to 10pm, and Sunday from 12pm to 5pm. See Details
Clarksville Greenway Clarksville Greenway is pet-friendly. This former railroad track has been turned into a paved walking trail. It's wide enough for pedestrians, bikes, strollers and dogs. The pathway is shaded in the summer to make for a cooler walk. Restrooms and doggy-friendly water dishes are available at the trailhead. Trash can and benches are located every quarter mile. See Details
Gladiator Brewing Co. Gladiator Brewing Co. is pet-friendly. Bring Fido onto the pet-friendly deck that offers outdoor seating and frequently features live music. If you're feeling peckish, grab a bite to eat from Legends BBQ, which also operates on the property. They are open Tuesday through Thursday from 3pm to 9pm, Friday from 3pm to 11pm, and Saturday from 1pm to 11pm. See Details
Dunbar Cave State Park Dunbar Cave is a remarkable prehistoric site, not just for Tennessee but for the entire Eastern Woodlands. Dunbar Cave has been used for thousands of years and is the site of significant prehistoric Mississippian Native American cave art dating to the 14th century. The park is 144-acres and is located in Clarksville, Tennessee. Leashed dogs are welcome at the park. Guided tours are available of the cave for $18 for adults and free for dogs. See Details
Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail The Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Ashland City! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail. Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. See Details
South Dog Park 2 Fenced Areas: Lg Dog/Sm Dog. Located at Fort Campbell, KY just inside Gate 3. Visitor Passes available at Gate 4. Enter at either Gate 3 or 4, Turn left on Bastogne Rd. South Dog Park on the Right side of the road. See Details
North Dog Park This park is located on Morgan Rd on the north side of Fort Campbell near Gate 7. Visitor Passes are available at Gate 4. Note the below restriction excerpted from the long list of regulations: 10. Dogs prohibited from utilizing the park: Aggressive or potentially aggressive breeds of dogs. These dogs are defined as Pit Bulls (American Staffordshire Bull Terriers or English Staffordshire Bull Terriers), Rottweilers, Doberman Pinschers, Chows, and wolf hybrids. See Details