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Nashville - Centennial Park

2500 West End Avenue

Park Rules:

- Use of the dog park will be at the user's risk.

- Disposal of dog waste, in the provided trash receptacles, is required

- Dogs must be wearing current rabies and identification tags at all times.

Dogs must be leashed before entering and leaving the fenced area.

- Dogs that become aggressive must be leashed and removed form the park immediately.

- Park users must have a leash on hand for each dog at all times

- For safety reasons, children under the age of 10 years are prohibited from entering the fenced area of the dog park. All minors must be supervised by an adult.

Hours: Dawn to 8:00 PM



Reviews

Brian McSteen

Rating:
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Fascinatingly, there is a full replica of the Parthenon here. I was shocked when I came by this park during my first visit to Nashville and saw it up on the hill. However cool the Parthenon is, this park has a lot more to offer, too. Wonderful lush grassy fields to read or laze in. Swinging benches to enjoy the day. And shady gardens/lakes to wander through. It's a fun place to visit for a bit of peace while in Nashville!

Padmapriya Devaraj

Rating:
Thursday, May 10, 2018
A well maintained park clean and cool. You can go for a walk or jog or relax with a book. Also take your dog for a walk. I loved the old swings here and there which is a really nice. The lake is a nice cool place to sit and have a bite.

Padmapriya Devaraj

Rating:
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
A well maintained park clean and cool. You can go for a walk or jog or relax with a book. Also take your dog for a walk. I loved the old swings here and there which is a really nice. The lake is a nice cool place to sit and have a bite.

Caleb Smith

Rating:
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Huge and beautiful. Parking can be a headache because the spaces are in clusters which may be far away from your venue. Lots of events and well kept grounds. Stop by at night and watch the swarm of bats that circle the Parthenon eating bugs. Admission to the Parthenon is not free and it is not cheap either. Make sure the building is open before you arrive intending to go inside.

Giuliana Matas

Rating:
Saturday, April 14, 2018
With such a beautiful area, your pet will have enough space in a large field to do whatever it pleases. With several statues and benches, you won't miss the EXACT replica of the Parthenon. It costs money to go inside, since it's a museum, but you can walk around on the huge outside. The grass is always green, with clean open space and clean bathrooms. Even if you don't have a dog, like me, you'll still love it. It's great for family and friends, or even by yourself.

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