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Fenway's Park is located within Moss-Wright Park at 745 Caldwell Ln. The park is most easily accessed using the east entrance of Moss-Wright and immediately turning left. View a map to Fenway Park.
About the Park
Fenway's Park is an ongoing project of the Goodlettsville Community and the Parks and Recreation Department to create a facility where pet owners may bring their dogs and allow them to play and exercise unleashed. Fenway's Park will also allow pet owners the opportunity to develop socialization skills for their four-legged companions while promoting responsible dog ownership through events and programs.
Fenway's Park will be developed in various phases as community support of the facility grows. The initial phase of Fenway's park consists of approximately a 10,000 sq. ft. area fences with 5' galvanized chain link fencing. The entry into the park is through a double-gated entryway.
The initial phase of Fenway's Park was the idea of local resident Patricia Moore. Patricia, along with her husband Bob Moore, funded the construction of the initial phase of Fenway's Park themselves. The park is named in honor of their long-time family pet, Fenway, whom recently passed away at the age of nine after a courageous 15-month battle with cancer.
Patricia's love for animals and her desire and passion to see a dog park constructed in Goodlettsville was the driving force in this project coming to fruition.
Fenway's Park was designed in order to allow for easy expansion. There is currently property set aside for the expansion of the site and would allow for Fenway's Park to grow to five times its current size. Individuals and/or businesses wishing to make a monetary contribution for the expansion may do so by contacting the Parks and Recreation Department.