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Guide To Indiana Dog Parks

If you’re anything like me, I treat my dogs as if they were my very own children. And just like children, they need a place where they can get out and play and interact with other fur babies like themselves. Here is a list of unique dog parks throughout Indiana.


Waggin’ Tails Bark Park


Located within Louis J. Jenn Memorial Park, Waggin’ Tails Bark Park has the things that make our four-legged friends happy. Here you can find obstacle training equipment, benches and even a double-bubbler fountain that serves not only canines but humans as well. The best part about this outdoor park is non-locals are welcome as well. One year memberships are available. You can call (317) 549-4815  or visit their website for more information.


Karst Farm Park

Located in Monroe county, the Karst Farm Park is a place that caters to all members of the family in different parts of the park. If you are someone with both children and a four legged friend, this could be the perfect stop for you. Karst Park features a Playscape, the Splashpad water play area, a disc golf course and of course a fenced in dog park. You can even rent buildings, picnic shelters, smaller playgrounds and athletic fields. There is something here for the whole family. Head on over to their website for more information.


Four Paws Dog Park at University Park


Located in Greenwood, your four legged friends can enjoy this off leash, fenced in dog park. Here you can find some agility equipment, benches made of oak and water fountains. They even have the occasional holiday parties. There’s lots of room to run and play with an annual membership. For more information you can call (317) 881-4545.


Central Bark Dog Park

Located in the north-east corner of Kleymeyer park, this two acre dog park is designed for off leash playtime. Central Bark is a volunteer, non-profit park that features some agility equipment, benches and even a portable bathroom. For more information you can visit their website.


Pawster Park and Camp Canine


This pooch playground has 60,000 square feet of grassy play space, bone-shaped benches, water fountains and fire hydrants throughout. In the summer they even have an event called the Dippin’ Dogs Swimming event. The $40 annual Pooch Pass is valid at both parks and half passes are available as well for $20. For more information visit their website.


Freedom Bark Park

This award winning dog park is a beautiful 5 acre park where both humans and their canine companions can enjoy nature. This park also includes tunnels, shade, a digging area, and drinking water. Membership is required and Pit Bulls and Pit mixes are not allowed. For more information you can visit their website.


Bed & Biscuit Dog Park


Whether you’re in need of a dog park, a doggie daycare, grooming or boarding, Bed & Biscuit has it covered. Located in Westfield, your pets can enjoy an off leash park with agility equipment and even a swimming pond. For more information you can visit their website.


No matter where you live in Indiana, these are some pretty good options throughout for places to take your furry friends. Where are some of the places you like to take your dog for the day? Tell us in the comments below.