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Dog Areas in Bevington

1 Park
1 Trail
4 Shops
1 Eatery

Bevington, Iowa is a carefully laid out city. It was meticulously designed by a local businessman in the 1920s. His sole purpose was to create a small town to escape the drama that came with having to go to the busy city. It was his escape, and now it can be your escape, too! You and your dog will enjoy walking through the city and enjoying the fact that little has changed throughout the years. 

The fact that it's quiet and out of the way of the hustle makes it just the right place for concerts. There are many venues all year long that range in popularity. Most outdoor events allow you to bring your dog along to listen to live music.

Bevington is also home to Middle River Water Trail which is a quiet trail that runs along the river. You are likely to see wildlife, including rabbits, squirrels, and frogs, all along the way. If you are looking for a place to clear your head, then grab your dog and hit this trail. You will both love it. There is a certain amount of peace and tranquility that seems to settle your soul and recharge your mind. Make sure you come during the spring and see all the beautiful flowers in bloom! Oh, and don't forget to bring water and a leash.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bevington

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 117/sq mi

    #1 15th street

    The McVay Trail is part of the Rails-to-Trails conservation effort. They have taken the old rail line and paved it so that you can walk it with your dog. You are going to love this trail because it is completely lined with trees. It is like walking down a part of history. They have kept this trail as natural as possible so you will need to bring your own water bottle and baggies for your walk. Your dog will love barking at the squirrels, and your kids will want to stop and pick flowers along the way.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 126/sq mi

    #2 Civic Parkway

    Bar Louie is almost half an hour from you, but the short trip is well worth it for this Fido-friendly joint. You can get street tacos, burgers, pasta, or many other menu items, and a cold one to wash it all down with. It is their goal to provide all their patrons with fresh food that will tantalize your taste buds. You and your dog will enjoy the peaceful outdoor tables. It is a great place to meet up with friends to catch up and have brunch. Don't fur-get to bring a water bowl for your pal!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 126/sq mi

    #3 University

    Rock Bottom Restaurant and Brewery is a now pet-friendly! You can bring your dog to enjoy a wide selection of handcrafted mixed drinks, beers, and wines. They boast one of the largest alcohol menus that you will find just about anywhere. If you're hungry, you should try the jalapeno pretzel sticks for a great spicy treat. (We don't recommend sharing these with Fido, though!) They have a full menu of dishes for you and your dog to choose from. You'll want to make the half-hour drive for the fresh, flavorful food here!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 126/sq mi

    #4 Grand Ave

    Raccoon River Dog Park is a 12-acre dog park that is located roughly 30 miles from you.  It has plenty of wide open space for you and your dog to run and play together. You will like that there are separate areas for smaller dogs. This park does not have running water the full year, so bring your own water. You will need a permit to play, but they do have daily permits if you are just visiting. Please remember that children under 13 are not allowed to play in the fenced-in area. There are lots of seating for pet parents as well.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,073/sq mi

    #5 Campbell Recreation Area

    The Clive Greenbelt Trail is a unique part of the Rails-to-Trails system. It is about 15 minutes from Bevington. You will see that it runs about 80 miles. It is a great park to choose your own adventure because it does branch off and loop back onto itself in some places. All along the trail, there are parks, rest areas, restrooms, picnic tables, and scenic areas. You can take your time and walk on your favorite parts with your dog or push yourself and get some exercise. All you need is a leash and a good pair of walking shoes for a great day outside!
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