10 Best Dog Parks in Indiana!
Are you looking for a great place to take your pup to run around and play? Indiana has some fantastic dog parks that provide the perfect spot for your pup to get some exercise and lots of much-needed good times. Here is a guide to 10 must visit dog parks in the state that your pup will be sure to love.
Woodland Dog Park is a great spot for some furry fun. There is plenty of open space for your pup to get their steps in and the location of the park is convenient and easy to access.
It is no surprise that this multi-acre off-leash dog park has become a local gem, it’s just that pawsome! With two separate play areas for small and large pups, gazebos, benches, water spigots, wooded areas, and an agility course, this park has something for everyone.
This neighborhood dog park provided by Dave Matthews and the City of South Bend is open to the public and boasts large and small dog areas. It is the perfect spot for an afternoon picnic and your pup can hydrate with fresh water that's available.
This accessible and idyllic park has it all! Dog Park at Clay Terrace has play stations like a doggie crawl and a "king of the hill" that your pup will really enjoy. It's open during daylight hours seven days a week.
This is one of the biggest dog parks in Indiana at 18.7 acres! There's plenty of room to run and play with your pup, plus you can access it from the Cascades Park Trail. There’s plenty to see and smell here for your pooch, making this a perfect choice for a great day outdoors.
Located in Foster Park West, this public doggie playground is the pawfect spot for your pup. Get one-week or annual passes at Buckles Feed Depot or online to play in this open, fenced-in area. Whether you’re just visiting Fort Wayne or looking for a dependable place for your pooch to unwind, Pawster Park has you covered.
With wooded areas, sidewalks around the perimeter, and globes at each corner, you and your pup can explore this safe and secure area with ease. For a relaxing day out and about, take your furry family member here.
This dog park is the first official public one to be established in the City of Kokomo and it really packs a punch! With open areas for running, agility equipment, a covered picnic area, water fountain, and doggie waste bag stations, this park really has it all.
Shamrock Dog Park is divided into four fenced-off areas for both big and small pups. This pay-access park also provides a pond, agility equipment, and a large fenced-off area, so your pup will certainly enjoy their visit.
Fort Harrison is a great park for all seasons, offering a dedicated off-leash dog park complete with a pond, agility equipment, and one-acre fenced area. Enjoy a great day out with your pup at this amazing state park.
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