Rent the best private dog parks hosted by locals in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee

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Popular private dog parks near Mt. Juliet, Tennessee

Seven Acres, Mostly Fenced, Waterfront access on Mill Creek.

DISCOUNTED HOURLY RATE? MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE! If you visit often, like many do, consider savings of becoming a member and enjoy a discounted hourly rate. Whether you're a member or not, After the first dog, all dogs are always 50% off the hourly rate! Members also enjoy the multi dog 50% benefit in addition to discounted lower hourly rates! Stack discounts! The savings add up! 👍 We hope you will visit Nashville's very first Sniffspot and the most popular Sniffspot in middle Tennessee to this day! Read on for details … we love sharing our secret place! This Sniffspot is very conveniently located in southeast Nashville, 20 minutes from downtown, right off Bell Rd between i24 and i65. An idyllic setting offers 7+ park-like acres of old farm land, mostly fenced, that includes waterfront access to Mill Creek with adventures for all kinds of humans and dogs to enjoy activities like playing, running, sniffing, digging and playing in the water. Come get your steps in and spend some quality off-leash time! Training, photo shoots, picnics, birthday and gotcha parties, just explore, rest, or relax in the Adirondack chairs while your dogs sniff, zoom, roam, retrieve, sniff, dig, walk, run, and sniff some more. There's creek access to swim, pastures to nap, play areas of tall grass the dogs can explore, dig or derp around. Even plan your picnic on a blanket or use the picnic table. Get some exercise on the trampoline (Note: use at your own risk!). Make this sniffspot your private oasis for as long as you want.. Kids are always welcome! Just book your play time, bring at least one dog and all humans are free! Mill Creek borders the very back of the property and is available for water play but trees and vegetation and overall acreage makes it easily avoidable if that's not your thing. If you choose to venture to the creek and have a runner, you may want to bring a long lead. The water levels are usually below the knee, but the ability to use Mill Creek safely depends on you, the creek conditions, and amount of recent rainfall. Always assess the abilities of you and your pets- as safety comes first! As Dirty Harry once said, "A man's got to know his limitations." The majority of the property has fencing so once you pass the house on your way to the back fields it's off leash play time! I recommend consider walking the perimeter first (on or off leash) to orient yourself with property features and assess potential escape opportunities. Your dog(s) will benefit from a perimeter walk allowing them to visually identify, mark their spots, and collect sniffs while at the same time reaping the benefit of your pack leaving an invisible "bread crumb" scent trail as you walk which will assist a dog with future identification of the established boundaries as well. This is a natural instinct for many breeds. Note that Mill Creek along the back of the entire property is not fenced but it is mostly obscured at dogs level by trees and vegetation. Tip: When leaving, you may want to leash up before you reach the house - especially if you have a runner since there is no fence on the side of the house you enter and leave the spot. Depending on the water table, there is also a small feeder stream gently flowing through the middle of the property between the side and back fields. It can be great fun for a dog to explore and jump in and out of (just try and stop them!) And great for smaller dogs if Mill Creek is too intimidating. Hint: bring towels! The mature tree lines always provide plenty of shade for those hot summer months. Several foot bridges are available to cross over that small stream between the side and back fields while exploring, and you might even find the occasional old fashioned rope wood swing. 7Acres Challenge: See if you can find the hidden steps! A black hose with spray wand attachment is hanging by the house at the entrance/exit if you need to rinse you or your pet. Another green hose is available hanging on the opposite corner in the back of the house by the BACK garage door for your use along with a water bowl. Feel free to pick yourself wildflowers if they are blooming (late Spring/Summer Varieties), or snack on some blackberries off the fence line if you happen to come while they are ripening (usually mid-June to mid-July).... Bug spray is always recommended spring through fall, Just in case! You can't have all this nature without all the nature. 😉 If the calendar shows the time slot you want is available then book it and it's yours! Be last minute, that's fine! Be spontaneous, that's great! No advanced notice required. (2 hour minimum cancellation required.) Did I mention memberships? 😉Lower the hourly rate with a monthly membership!! Up to 30% off the hourly rate! A great way to be rewarded if you regularly visit or want to help support your favorite spot. Whether you have a membership or not, Multiple dog discounts really add up! All dogs after the first dog are 50% off the hourly rate! Bring your pack and/or their friends for a doggy play day! 👍🐾🐾 You are dedicated If you're still reading this far, and maybe you are considering your first visit?? If so, use promo code 'Chip' which is valid to get 5 dollars off your first visit only! 😉 Contact me with any questions and if you would prefer to meet and/or have a guide to walk the property the first time, if I am available, either or both my wife and I would be more than happy to accommodate that! Last, honest feedback and suggestions improve our spot are very welcome and appreciated! And leaving positive reviews along with sharing pictures of your pet's visit enjoying the property will help our Sniffspot as well as others who haven't been here before! Chip

Partially Fenced
7.8 acres
$10 dog / hour
Antioch, TN

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Why rent a private dog park in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee?
FeaturesSniffspotPublic park
Designed for private play
Rentable by the hour
Off leash options
Very large and/or fully fenced options
Pricing$5 - $15 per dog per hourFree
How do Mt. Juliet's private dog parks work?

Private rentals by the hour

Our hosts are locals that are renting their yards and private land to dog owners

Trust and safety first

Spots are designed for safety and both hosts and guests are reviewed after each visit

No other dogs during your visits

Only you and your dogs are allowed to enter a spot during the time you've booked it

Reactive dogs welcome

Many of the spots we list are designed with sensitive dogs in mind

Monthly memberships

Many of our dog parks have the option to access member-only benefits with a fixed monthly price

What people say about dog parks around Mt. Juliet, Tennessee

Ashton K.
July 2021
our dogs loved it here! we have 2 ~60lb dogs and they had plenty of room to run around and play!
Elena S.
January 2021
Ashley's yard is very well kept and an amazing place for our two dogs. There was a lot of space for us to use our chuck-its and many smells to experience.
Alison L.
May 2023
Great backyard! Was a little hesitant on the woods but found out it's all fenced in, and Ashley was quick to get back to me about the fencing. I let trudy go she had a blast. We will be back.
Sheena K.
April 2023
My dog had a blast! Safe fenced space! Enjoyed playing fetch and threw in some training with no distractions!
Erika H.
January 2023
Convenient parking, fully enclosed by a very high fence (okay to bring your jumper!), there was a water bowl, and a bin for clean up. It was the perfect location for our rescue pup to have a reunion with one of her litter mates!
Allie W.
April 2023
Our pup loves exploring here! Lots of wooded area with a creek and open front and backyard for her to sniff around.
Megan S.
April 2023
This spot is great! Lots of space to run and play including a creek to splash in. Easy to find and access.
Taylor R.
April 2023
Great spot for my dog and her two reactive buddies who need the privacy without other unknown dogs. They had a blast in the creek and on their little hike. Would not recommend if your dog is a runner, but if your dog has semi decent recall this is absolute heaven!
Meredith Z.
March 2023
Great spot, one thing to note - woods are very dense with thorns but obviously not anyones fault! Just a heads up I’d wear clothes that I absolutely did not care about. Outside of that, tons of area of explore.
Mercedes H.
February 2023
The host was super accommodating. This place was a dream for our dogs. There is so much room to run, roam around and they just loved the creek. Definitely a great sniff spot if your dog has a moderate and above recall.
Kelsey J.
January 2023
My dog goose and I had a blast at this sniff spot, there were woods, fields, creeks to explore! There is a lot of ground to cover, so if you like to explore you might want to book more than a hour. There are some paths clear, but also a little confusing where property lines are. None the less we had a blast and even spotted some dear.
Lisa A.
November 2022
This spot is Heavanly! Our dogs had the best time. They had lots of room to run and play, leaves to playin, and wooded trails to explore. The creek was either dry or too low, so we will definitely go back when the dogs can play in the water. The property is easily accessible, with plenty of parking. We’re so happy we discovered this Sniff Spot!🖤🐾
rocio c.
October 2022
Absolutely loved it. My pup was so happy to be free to chase the squirrels without a leash!. We will be back soon.
Anna C.
September 2022
Lots of great space to explore! Our dog was hesitant at first, but that’s just her. She really enjoyed herself and I’m thankful we got to take her!
Yvonne B.
June 2022
We were looking for a spot to do some off leash training that had more interesting smells with our two dogs. This place fit the bill. We were able to walk in the woods with some distractions and also play a bit with the kids in the manicured yard. We look forward to coming back and exploring a bit more!
Trudy A.
May 2022
The dogs had a blast. The address listed is on point. We parked off the driveway and walk to the left and behind the house to go through the woods and down to the creek. One of our dogs chased a wild turkey! We were all exhausted after 45mins. We only stayed in that area so we are sure there is plenty more to explore. Will be going back! Thanks Ash!
Christine L.
May 2022
There was so much for my dog to explore! There weren’t any clearly marked paths that I saw on this trip but he found his way around just find and really enjoyed his time there.
Tiffany F.
April 2022
This place is wonderful!! It’s so hard to believe it’s so close to Nashville and only a mile off the interstate. My pups loved running around the trails and the wooded area. And an added bonus was that they could drink from the creek so I didn’t have to worry about giving them water. Highly recommend this spot and we will be back!
Dianna G.
April 2022
My husband, pups, and I loved this spot! So much space to roam, and we even saw a deer! We definitely plan on coming back!
Tracy W.
April 2022
Nirvana for dogs! I didn't want to leave a good review because then empty spots would fill up quickly with new peeps. Went for the first time today, and our Aussie was worn out. Had a blast! We will definitely be back - lots to explore, and plenty of room to run! Thank you for offering your space for pups to play ♥

What other types of private dog parks are available?

Dog water parks
Many hosts have added water features like pools and/or are nearby lakes or rivers.
Fully fenced dog parks
Very popular choice, perfect to contain your dogs if they are escape artists or if they are not good at recall.
Dog hiking trails
Some of our best spots have hiking trails in wonderful natural settings.
Dog agility parks
Some hosts have implemented full agility courses to train your dogs in a private environment.
Dog fields
Many of the listed spots are large pastures, fields and have farm animals that can be sighted.
Dog beaches
Some spots are conveniently located by the sea or have sand and other beach features.
Indoor dog parks
A good alternative to do activities with your dogs on a rainy day and unpleasant weather in general.
Small dog parks
Dog parks that specifically work for the needs of dogs that are smaller in size.

FAQ about our Mt. Juliet dog parks

Are dog parks good for dogs?
It is important for dogs to have off leash exercise to sniff and run. But the free and open nature of public dog parks has drawbacks. There could be aggressive dogs, disease transmission and cleanliness issues. For this reason, many dog behaviorists discourage visiting public dog parks and recommend Sniffspot's private dog parks. Sniffspot private dog parks only allow one guest to book at a time and are not open to the public, which solves many of these issues.
Are dog parks safe?
While public dog parks have a number of safety issues, such as aggressive dogs, disease transmission and general cleanliness, Sniffspot dog parks much safer than public dog parks. With Sniffspot all bookings are private for just you and dogs you bring with you and we require all dogs to be vaccinated (or have equivalent titers). All Sniffspot locations are vetted and reviewed by guests so you can find the perfect place for you and your dog. 98% of reviews on Sniffspot visits in the Mt. Juliet area are 5 stars.
How do I know if a dog park works for my dog?
You can filter Sniffspot dog parks by fencing and distractions. If your dog doesn't have good recall, you can visit one of our 91 fully fenced dog parks in the area. If your dog is reactive to other dogs, you can visit one of our 20 off leash areas where there are no dogs audible or visible nearby. You can also filter locations to avoid other domestic animals and people. We also recommend reading reviews and reaching out to the host with any questions.
Does Mt. Juliet have any fully fenced dog parks?
Sniffspot has 91 fully fenced dog parks in or near Mt. Juliet. Browse all fully enclosed options.
Where are good dog hiking trails near Mt. Juliet?
The Mt. Juliet area has 11 Sniffspot locations with private trails for you and your dog to walk or hike. Dogs can generally be off leash on Sniffspot trails. The most popular trail is Otis’ Private Dog Park In Smyrna.
Are there dog agility courses for rent in Mt. Juliet?
Sniffspot has dog parks with agility equipment and/or dog obstacles in or near Mt. Juliet. The most popular agility option is Green Acres!.
Where in Mt. Juliet can I find a pool for dog swimming?
Sniffspot has swimming options in the Mt. Juliet area. The highest rated option is Lynn's Private Dog Park In Mt. Juliet.
Can I rent a field for my dog to run near Mt. Juliet?
There are 32 Sniffspot dog parks that offer fields in or near Mt. Juliet where dogs can be off leash. The most popular field is Otis’ Private Dog Park In Smyrna.

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