• Rafting through the Obed Wild & Scenic River gorge

    Obed

    Wild & Scenic River Tennessee

Pets

Dog photo
Bring your leashed pet (like park neighbor Bailey above) with you to enjoy the Obed Wild and Scenic River.
 

Pets are allowed within Obed Wild and Scenic River; however, in order to protect your pet and the park's wildlife, all pets must be kept on a leash (no longer than 6 feet) at all times. Be sure to clean up after your pet.

Do not allow your pet to swim or to drink from the river. If you plan to go out on the river with your pet, make sure that you and your pet both have personal flotation devices.

During hunting season, a dog that is actively following game does not have to be leashed. However, when entering a designated safety zone, hunting dogs must be restrained on a leash, crated or caged.

Did You Know?

More NPS sites

Did you know that the Obed Wild and Scenic River is one of seven designated National Park Service sites located in Tennessee? Many visitors from the central part of the Volunteer State stop in at the Stones River National Battlefield in Murfreesboro before making their way east to visit the Obed.