Pet Friendly Hotels in Memphis, TN

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Family Friendly Memphis Hotels

    Big Cypress Lodge
    The Guest House at Graceland
    Springhill Suites By Marriott Memphis Downtown

If you are desperate to bring your furry friend to your next vacation, consider Memphis as a destination. The city is home to an array of pet-friendly hotels and is packed full of alluring things for both you and your pet to do. With a plethora of green open spaces and fantastic pet day care services, you both will be captivated by Memphis.

Things to do with your pet in Memphis (TN)

It is a little-known secret that Memphis contains an urban park bigger than New York’s Central Park! Shelby Farms has a fantastic doggy area, filled with lakes and paths for both of you to enjoy. Memphis Midtown Dog Park also has a sectioned off pet park with play areas for small and medium to large dogs. And if you want some unmatchable views of the Mississippi, take your pet to the Memphis Greenbelt Park, which runs parallel to the river.

The Memphis Farmers Market near the Fire Museum of Memphis welcomes dogs as well. They might not allow dogs to wander into all areas, but fantastic dog-sitting facilities are offered. These services are available independent of the markets too, should you find yourself wanting to visit one of the non-pet-friendly attractions in Memphis and need to leave your furry friend for a little while.

For evening entertainment with your pet, check out the Levitt Shell Concert Series in Overton Park. Pets are welcome to come and enjoy the music, as long as they are seated outside of the main area. Alternatively, if you are not into gigging, check out some of the city’s restaurants with dog-friendly patios. Bayou Bar and Grill, Harry’s Detour and Central BBQ are all fantastic options where the pair of you can spend the evening enjoying some traditional Memphis cuisine.

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