Dog Friendly Activities in Cordova, TN

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Cordova, and 31 more nearby. 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 Cordova.

Pet Friendly Meddlesome Brewing Company
Meddlesome Brewing Company Meddlesome Brewing Company is a pet-friendly brewery and taproom in Cordova, Tennessee. The taproom offers lots of beers on tap produced in the brewery, including stout, IPAs, and porters. They don't serve food inside, so Fido can join you wherever they like. Hungry patrons can grab a bite at one of the many food trucks that frequents the car park outside. More than just a brewery, they also donate lots of money to charity. Meddlesome is open Monday through Friday from 4pm to 10pm, Saturday from 12pm to 10pm, and Sunday from 12pm to 7pm. See Details
Pet Friendly Bass Pro Shops Memphis Pyramid
Bass Pro Shops Memphis Pyramid Inside the expansive 535,000-square-foot pyramid are many experiences and features that offer something for everyone. In addition to a vast assortment of outdoor gear, the Pyramid includes a wilderness hotel called Big Cypress Lodge, nearly 600,000 gallons of water features, a cypress swamp with 100-foot-tall trees, an 84,000-gallon alligator habitat, and underwater ecosystems including aquariums teeming with more than 1800 fish. With an array of retail, educational and fun attractions for guests of all ages, Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid is one of the most dynamic, dog-friendly retail adventures in the world. Leashed dogs are welcome in the main store only. See Details
The Outback at Shelby Farms Park When most people think of dog parks, they think of a fenced-in playground size area with a few water bowls and picnic benches. Not so at the Outback at Shelby Farms Park. This awesome dog park provides more than 100 acres designated for off-leash activities for you and your four-legged pal. Featuring ponds, trails, a water fountain and washing station, dogs can do more than just roam around and nap – they can run, sniff, swim, explore and play. Open from sunrise to sunset every day, the Shelby Farms Outback is one of the crown jewels of Memphis dog parks. See Details
Memphis Dog Park In June 2010, the city of Memphis opened its first city-run dog park. Located at 2599 Avery (behind the Memphis City Schools Board of Education), the park features two fenced in dog areas -- one acre for dogs over 25 pounds and a separate half acre for smaller dogs. Biodegradable bags are provided for waste cleanup but there is no water service at the park. Dogs must have up to date vaccinations. See Details
Bartlett Dog Park Bring your pet to run and play off-leash at this fenced dog park, which includes benches, grass, and trees for shade. See Details
Overton Bark Presented by the Overton Park Conservancy and Hollywood Feed, Overton Bark has separate areas for large and small dogs, water fountains, and a natural wood-chip surfacing. Opened in June 2012, Overton Bark is a dog park for Midtown Memphis and the surrounding area. This 1.3-acre enclosed dog park borders the Old Forest and the Rainbow Lake Playground. The area includes water fountains, obstacles, clean-up stations, and separate areas for large and small dogs. Rustic log benches provide a natural seating area for people to relax while their dogs socialize. Overton Bark is open from dawn to dusk each day. See Details
Forgey Dog Park Bring your pet to run off-leash at this fenced, members-only dog park, which includes automatic doggie water bowls and a separate area for small dogs. 30 minute class and membership fee required. Owners interested in membership can register at the Parks and Recreation office weekdays from 8am to 5pm. See Details
Malco Summer Drive-In Malco Summer Drive-In is a drive-in movie theater where you can bring your pup and catch a flick together! Malco Summer Drive-In shows movies throughout much of the year. See Details
Memphis Made Brewing Co. Memphis Made Brewing Company is dog friendly! Bring your dog to sample one of the brewery's seasonal craft beers and play a game of cornhole in the Cooper-Young neighborhood. Memphis Made frequently has a food truck on site, so you can grab dinner, too. Live music and game nights are also on the schedule. Check their Facebook page or website for event listings. See Details
Memphis Skyline by Kayak 'Memphis Skyline by Kayak' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Isaiah. Take part in a guided tour and make stops for photos and taking in the view along the way. Dogs are welcome in the kayak on this adventure. The experience lasts 2 hours and can accommodate up to 6 guests ages 18 and up. Rates start at $60 per person. See Details
Olive Branch City Park Your pet will love this fun community park, which includes lakes, tennis courts, sports fields, and extensive walking trails. See Details
High Cotton Brewing Co. Bring Fido to High Cotton Brewing Co. in Memphis! High Cotton is dog-friendly, and is a fun spot to grab a craft beer and catch up with friends. The brewery also hosts food trucks, live music, and even yoga sessions. Check their website for event details and to see what beers are currently on tap. See Details
Wiseacre Brewing Co. Wiseacre Brewing Co. is dog friendly! Bring your dog with you while you enjoy a pint or get a growler of locally made craft beer. The taproom is open for a taste or to pick up a growler to-go and there is a food truck every night. Dogs are not allowed on tours, but are welcome to sit outside with their owners while they drink. See Details
Peabody Duck March at The Peabody Memphis Hotel A Memphis tradition dating back to the 1930s, the famous Peabody Duck March takes place daily at 11 am and 5 pm at the lobby fountain of the Peabody Hotel. Leashed dogs can watch the show from the upstairs mezzanine. See Details
Mud Island Dog Park All dogs are welcome to play off-leash at this Memphis dog park located on Island Drive inside Mississippi River Greenbelt Park. The Mud Island Dog Park is open daily from sunrise-sunset. See Details
Crosstown Concourse Crosstown Concourse is a pet-friendly building in Memphis. They have lots of places you can visit with your pooch, including Mama Gaia’s patio, Farm Burger, French Truck Coffee, and more. The concourse is open every day of the week, 24 hours a day, although individual business opening hours may vary. See Details
Backbeat Tours Pets are allowed on Backbeat Tours' Memphis Walking Ghost Tour (dogs aren't allowed inside at the Ernestine & Hazel's stop), Historic Memphis Walking Tour, Beale Street Walking Tour, and Memphis Mojo Tour. If the bus isn't too crowded and our other passengers don't object, well-mannered dogs or cats are welcome. Just keep your pet on a leash and in your control at all times. Ask at the ticket window (inside Alfred's on Beale) or call (901) 527-9415 for approval. See Details
Uptown Carriages Memphis Dogs are welcome on carriage tours. The company offers several horse-drawn carriage dog-friendly tours in Memphis. Pet owners just need to call 901-496-2128 to book in advance so they can be assigned a driver with a dog who likes other dogs. See Details
Sea Isle Dog Park Sea Isle Dog Park is pet-friendly. Located at Park at Sea Isle Elementary School, this recreation area is home to three foot high berms, benches and poop stations to clean up after your pooch. The park is fenced-in and a great place for your dog to socialize. See Details
Mud Island River Park Leashed dogs are welcome at Mud Island River Park in Memphis. Enjoy walking your dog or playing a game of fetch in the park overlooking the Mississippi River and downtown Memphis. Always clean up after your pet. The park is open daily from 7am to dusk; it is closed Nov-Mar. See Details
The Barking Lot The Barking Lot at the corner of Main and Jefferson in Downtown Memphis is pet-friendly. It's a fenced-in area where you can take Fido for a bathroom break, and bags are provided. The Barking Lot has a special dedicated parking space for food trucks, so while your pooch is hanging with other pups, you can grab a bite to eat. See Details
National Civil Rights Museum at The Lorraine Motel BringFido to view and pay respects at The Lorraine Motel, the location of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination. This historic site is now home to The National Civil Rights Museum. Dogs are not allowed in the museum but anyone (including Fido) can view the exterior of the motel at any time of day. See Details
Bass Pro Shops at the Pyramid The landmark Memphis Pyramid is now home to the Bass Pro Shops in the Pyramid. Leashed dogs are welcome inside the enormous, 535,000-square-foot outdoor recreation store while you go shopping. The Bass Pro Shops store has dog-friendly events just for pups throughout the year. Bass Pro Shops is open Monday - Saturday 8am - 10pm, Sunday 8am - 7pm. See Details
The Shops of Saddle Creek The Shops of Saddle Creek is a pet-friendly shopping center in Memphis, Tennessee's Germantown suburb. Some shops allow your dogs to come along for your shopping experience. All you have to do is look out for the pet-friendly paw prints along the sidewalks. All pets must be current on vaccines, well-behaved, and on a leash or in a carrier. The following shops allow dogs inside: Apple, Athleta, Banana Republic, Brighton, Francesca's, Free People, Indigo, J.Crew, Kendra, Scott, LOFT, Lululemon, Madewell, the patio of Rise Biscuits Donuts, SEE Eyewear, Sephora, Soft Surroundings, Soma, Southern Avenue Company, Sur la Table, Talbots, Vera Bradley, and vomFASS. The Shops of Saddle Creek is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 8pm and Sunday from noon to 5:30pm. See Details