Dubbed as the Music City and renowned for its Southern hospitality, Nashville is a city that pulls out all the stops for its visitors, including the four-legged ones. With a wide array of pet friendly hotels and pet-friendly Tennessee stomping fun attractions, pet travel to Nashville are nothing short of sensational. Find everything you need on our Nashville Travel Guide for pet owners.
The Loews Vanderbilt Hotel in Nashville rolls out the red carpet for its four-legged patrons. Pet amenities include gourmet room service with individual menus for cats and dogs. Each meal is especially prepared by the hotel’s award-winning master chef. All pets are provided with comfy bedding, leashes, collars, pooper scoopers and treats. For cats, there are litter boxes, catnip and scratch poles provided in the rooms. For dogs, there are dog-walking trails, pet walking and pet sitting services. Drury Inn and Suites charges no extra fee for pets. Pets are provided with pet beds, bowls and treats. There is also green space for taking pets for a leisurely walk. At Vacation Pet Friendly, you can book online and save up to 40 percent at Nashville’s pet-friendly hotels.
There are many historic landmarks in Nashville where leashed pets are allowed. The Historic Carnton Plantation is home to the McGavock Confederate Cemetery, magnificent gardens, a park and an impressive mansion. You and your pet can enjoy walks around the grounds while taking in a bit of Civil War history. For some ghoulish fun, the Nashville Ghost Tours led by costumed guides take you through downtown Nashville to recount the mysterious and supernatural legends of the city. Leashed pets are welcome to join you for a good spooky adventure.
Nashville is packed with picturesque pet-friendly parks throughout the city. Beaman Park stretches over 1,000 acres with undulating creeks and verdant vegetation. Dogs will enjoy the diverse ecosystems with a scenic display of marine life and wildlife. There are many pathways through the park for exploration. The Riverfront Park is ideal for leisurely strolls with local musicians play some good old Opry music.
For some real-time doggie fun, there are plenty of dog parks. The Centennial Dog Park has open-leash fenced areas for both small and large dogs with doggie fountains. The Edwin Warner Dog Park has fenced areas with comfortable benches, doggie fountains, disposable bags and plenty of space for some romping fun. Check out our Nashville Travel Guide for all there is to do that’s pet friendly in Nashville.
From dining and sightseeing to frolicking in the parks, pet travel to Nashville are accommodating and packed with southern adventure.