Hey Williamson County!  Who here has a dog? or Maybe you’re planning a move to the Williamson County area with a furry pal.

Here’s a list of all the best local dog parks where you can hang out with your furry friends.  Which one is your favorite?

K-9 Korral Dog Park: Located at The Park at Harlinsdale Farm (239 Franklin Road), this dog park features 4-acres of open space for your dog to explore. The entrance for this dog park is located at the north entrance of Harlinsdale Farm.

Freedom Run Dog Park:  Located at Liberty Park (2098 Turning Wheel Lane), this dog park is a 1-acre park that has a section for small dogs under 30 pounds and a large dog area for those over 30 pounds.

Maggie’s Bark Park:  Located at Williamson County Animal Center (106 Claude Yates Drive), this dog park offers a quarter mile walking trail and two fenced areas. The larger area features agility equipment for adult dogs.  The other area is for puppies and dogs under 30 pounds. Other features include a drinking fountain, covered benches and kiddie pools for the pooches.

Blake’s Bark Park: Located at Trinity Park (3680 N. Chapel Road), this dog park features a walking trail and an area for large dogs over 30 pounds as well as an area for small dogs under 30 pounds.

Nutro Dog Park:  Located in Thompson’s Station (4559 Columbia Pike), the entrance is visible from the intersection of Critz Lane and Columbia Pike and offers 4-acres of space and two fenced areas, one for large dogs and one for small dogs under 25 pounds and a covered bench seat.

The Bark Park:  Located at Evans Park in Spring Hill (563 Maury Hill), this dog park can be found behind the ball field and features an obstacle course as well as two separate sections, one for large and one for small dogs.

Nolensville Dog Park:  Located near Nolensville Elementary School (2310 Rocky Fork Road), this dog park features obstacle courses, a water fountain, separate areas for large and small dogs and a covered bench seat.

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