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Where can you take your dog in Indy?

By blogsadmin | Posted in Community, For Fun, Local Happenings on Friday, August 18th, 2017 at 9:22 pm
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Dog parks in Indianapolis

Looking for the perfect place to take your dog in Indianapolis? There are a lot of dog parks to choose from, including many just on the outside of the city so you can escape much of the noise and give your dog a taste of the country. Take a look at all these dog parks in Indianapolis, and find the right one for your dog.

Smock Bark Park

Location: Indianapolis
Address: 4200 E County Line Rd
Cost: $5 daily or $75 annually
About: With a huge amount of room, your dog can run and play without the leash. A Pooch Pass is required for entrance, and you can acquire one of these passes at the Perry Park office.

Paul Ruster Park

Location: Indianapolis
Address: 11300 Prospect St
Cost: $5 daily or $75 annually
About: With two large fenced off areas and shaded seating for dog owners, you and your dog are bound to have a great time. This park also requires a Pooch Pass which you can get from the Post Road Park office.

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Waggin’ Tails Bark Park

Location: Lawrence
Address: 10450 E 63rd St
Cost: $40 annually for Lawrence residents, otherwise $50 annually
About: With an obstacle-training course you can get all the energy out of your dog. When it’s time for a break, enjoy any of the many benches or utilize the human/dog water fountain.

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Avon-Washington Township Paw Park

Location: Avon
Address: 435 Whipple Lane
Cost: $10 daily or $50 annually
About: Located just off US 36 on 575 East, this park has plenty of wide open space for your dog to roam, and a special area for small dogs under 32 pounds.

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Humane Society of Indianapolis

Location: Indianapolis
Address: 4200 E County Line Rd
Cost: $10 daily or $75 annually
About: The local Humane Society offers its own dog park. With 1.5 miles of wooded trails and fenced in area, it’s a great place to get rid of all the extra energy.

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Broad Ripple Bark Park

Location: Indianapolis
Address: 1550 Broad Ripple Avenue
Cost: $5 daily or $75 annually
About: Enjoy an off leash experience at this entirely fenced in dog park. Like other Indianapolis dog parks, this one requires a Pooch Pass that you can get from the Broad Ripple Park office.

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