Centennial Dog Park

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4.5
based on 10 ratings

222 25th Ave N
Nashville, TN 37203

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Open daily, 0:00 am - 8:00 pm

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Fenced in:  YesLeash Required:  Yes
Night Lighting:  NoBenches:  Yes
Trash Cans:  YesDisposal Bags:  Yes
Water Fountain:  Yes

Surface type:Grass, concrete and dirt

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5posted: August 30th, 2010

Great park


We've been to Centennial several times. We live about halfway between Nashville and Murfreesboro, so we split time between Centennial and the Bark Park. In Murfreesboro, we've had a male dog try to mount Austen while the owner stood by, laughing. Nothing like that has ever happened to us at Centennial. Almost all of the owners there have been very friendly and respectful dog owners. We have two dogs - a 60lb. German Shepherd and an 8lb. Italian Greyhound - and neither dog has ever had a problem (we keep both in the large dog pen). Also, the park info above says that leashes are required. This is only the case outside of the fenced area. Once the dogs are within the fence, obviously no leash is required there. I would definitely recommend Centennial. Go have fun!

 

 
2posted: August 25th, 2008

Fair park but irresponsible owners


Okay we came to this park a few times when Zack was younger. The first time was good. But the more we went the more irresponibility we noticed. The last time we went someone let a large dog (some kind of pit or boxer mix) loose in the small dog fence. It went after Zack. We managed to pull Zack out of there with barely a scratch, thanks to another dog owner whose dog also caught up in it. And the owners of this big dog encouraged this behavior. that was the last straw for us. Its a good sized park, but if I were to go I would just go walk around the pond with my dogs. If you don't live downtown I would recommend going to Fenway's Dog Park in Goodlettsville. Its not nearly as busy and people are a lot more careful with their dogs and courteous of the other dogs in the park than at Centennial. i give this park a fair rating.

 

 
5posted: February 6th, 2008

Great park, tons of dogs


We usually take Chevy to the dog park up in Goodlettsville, but this park is hands down the best so far. Although, right now in January and February it is a little muddy, it is overall a great park. You are never the only person at the park with your dog. Chevy loves it and will be back soon!

 

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