Your Dog Will Love Williamson County
Franklin throws out the welcome bone as and several restaurants are going to the dogs in this Tennessee community.
Williamson County is a pet-friendly community, and quite a few restaurants let you dine with your dog. Many allow dogs on leashes to accompany their owners at outdoor tables. Franklin boasts 65 pet-friendly restaurants that welcome dogs at outdoor patios. Some of the dining destinations are Tupelo Honey Cafe, Puckett’s, Sopapillas, The Tin Roof 2, Blue Coast Burrito, Oscar’s Taco Shop and Merridee’s Breadbasket.
In Brentwood, restaurants like Mere Bulles and Soy Bistro are among the city’s 25 dog-friendly restaurants.
There are also five pet-friendly restaurants in Nolensville, nine in Spring Hill and one in Fairview. A complete list of such restaurants in all Williamson County cities is at BringFido.com.
Also, in Williamson County are a number of dog parks. Franklin has venues like Freedom Run Dog Park, K-9 Korral Dog Park at Harlinsdale Farm and Maggie’s Bark Park.
Brentwood features Miss Peggy’s Bark Park, which includes separate areas for large and small dogs and a nearby creek for even more outdoor fun in the sun.
Near Nolensville Elementary School is Nolensville Dog Park, and Thompson’s Station is home to the stunning Nutro Dog Park. On the Maury County side of Spring Hill, the Spring Hill Bark Park is located in Evans Park, which is adjacent to the city’s Casey’s Castle playground area.
Want to know more?
To learn more about the Williamson County area, check out the latest edition of Livability Williamson County, TN.