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Dog Parks in Indianapolis

Are you walking your Hancock County dog down the same blocks every day? If so, why not take your pooch to a doggy park for a change? Our furry friends truly enjoy the stimulation and excitement of exploring new places, and dog parks are great places for pups to socialize and mingle with other canines. Fido will love the chance to run around and meet new pals, and you might very well find yourself making new friends as well.

There are several dog parks in the Indianapolis area. Here are a few suggestions:

Broad Ripple Dog Park 1610 Broad Ripple Ave Indianapolis, IN 46220

This off-leash fenced dog park has picnic tables, a mini forest, and a fenced-in grassy area. The park runs along the riverside, so the scenery is very pretty, especially in fall.

Humane Society of Indianapolis Dog Park 7929 Michigan Road Indianapolis, IN 46268 (317) 872-5650

This park is a great place for your pooch to romp around and make new buddies. The park offers 1.5 miles of well-shaded trails for you and your furry buddy to explore together. There are also picnic tables for you to relax at while Fido plays.

Club Canine Dog Park 457 3rd Ave SW Carmel, IN 46032 (317) 569-1191

This indoor doggy daycare facility has 5000 square feet for your pooch to explore. Club Canine also hosts Yappy Hours twice monthly, which both you and your pup can enjoy.

Paul Ruster Bark Park 11300 E Prospect St Indianapolis, IN 46239

The Paul Ruster Bark Park includes two separate fenced areas, and has shaded seating areas where you can sit and watch your furry pal play. The park also offers trails and a playground.

Pierson Bark Park 11787 E 131st St Fishers, IN 46038 (317) 577-BARK

This beautiful 4-acre off-leash park offers a pond, fountains, and paths for you and Fido to explore together.

Though each dog park operates a little differently, day passes or registration is typically required for access. You’ll want to be sure to bring Fido’s vaccination records with you as well. When visiting a dog park, always bring fresh water for your pooch, and remember to pick up after him.

There are few things more joyful than a happy dog running around in a park with his friends, but you may find that you enjoy going to the park just as much as your furry pal does. To really spoil your Hancock County pup, stop for a special treat on the way home, so Fido can top off his perfect day with a hamburger or doggie ice cream.

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