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Dog Areas in Andrews, IN

Named after a humble railroad official and hugged by surrounding trees, Andrews, IN satisfies any and all cravings for a small town with a big heart. Residents are free to relish in the town’s peaceful charm while simultaneously lavishing in the amenities of the neighboring city of Huntington, which is the largest in the county. It’s safe to say that Andrews offers you and your furry friend the best of both worlds! There’s a veterinary clinic in nearby Huntington to help you ensure that your precious pooch is in tip-top shape to explore the many pawssibilities for adventure that Andrews boasts.

Whether you are looking for a short woodland trail or a longer trek for the more energetic pair, Salamonie Reservoir and neighboring Mt. Etna and Lost Bridge State Recreational Areas provide an open space for endless leashed fun. Kokiwanee Nature Preserve has paths that lead you to fantastical wooded ravines and waterfalls as you head for Salamonie River. Hanging Rock on Wabash River is a must-see also. If you and your doggy need to cool off with an iced pupsicle after your ventures, grab a sweet treat at one of the many dog-friendly fast food restaurants in Andrews!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Andrews, IN

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    Population Density 2,390/sq mi

    #1 Willows of Coventry

    Just across from the Willows of Coventry apartment complex, Fort Wayne is home to what could only be described as a puppy’s paradise. Take a half-hour drive and head straight for Fox Island County Park for a great day with your furever friend. This 605-acre park has it all! Seven miles of walking trails invite you and your pup to explore the whimsical beauty of this woodland park, and three open picnic shelters mean you have a space to enjoy a packed lunch and doggy treats after your stroll. While the park requires you to keep your dog on a leash while walking, the dreamlike doggie beach will let your pooch go mutts with off-leash fun in the water and on the sand!
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    Population Density 2,091/sq mi

    #2 Central Huntington

    If your pooch is crying out for some more off-leash socializing, then you’d be barking mad not to visit the Susan Dreyer Sharpe Memorial Dog Park in Huntington. With separate areas for big happy hounds and small devoted doggies, and a gazebo with sheltered seating for owners, this park is a treat for you and your canine companion. Water and electricity are provided on-site for your convenience, and a purchased puppy pass is required. Bring along a fetching frisbee to play with or sit back and let Spot make friends with the locals -- the choice is yours! Fancy a bite to eat after all that running? Brick House Grill has a large dog-friendly outdoor seating area for you and your dog.
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    Population Density 1,199/sq mi

    #3 Central Wabash

    Wabash is the place to go if you’ve got a pooch who loves to sniff out some local history. Located just twenty minutes from Andrews, Paradise Spring Historical Park and Riverwalk lets you and your pup take a leisurely lap around the grounds and a short stroll along the Wabash River. Your pooch must be kept on their leash as you walk around, but make sure to allow for reading respites at the notes on the archaeological history of the area that are dotted along this trail. With bathrooms on-site and numerous places to sit too, this park is a pawsitively perfect place for you and your fur-iend to spend the day together!
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    Population Density 2,091/sq mi

    #4 Flaxmill Rd.

    Make the short journey to Flaxmill Road and you will find Pehkokia Woods, a nature preserve that was named after the Miami word for peace. This picturesque woodland provides you and your puppy pal with an idyllic escape from the outside world and a walking trail suitable for all skill levels. The looped path will take you and your leashed pupper upwards into deep fantastical woods that allow you some time to walk and pawnder. You might even be lucky enough to spot some deer! This wonderland will give you and your friendly furball memories to cherish for a lifetime.
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    Population Density 93/sq mi

    #5 North Manchester

    North Manchester has something for everypawdy and certainly deserves a visit. While here, your four-legged favorite can lead you around the charming grounds of Warvel Park. Its primary path brings you to a beautiful waterfall surrounded by vibrant flowers and striking plants, and the ornate gazebo is an exceptional sight all year round. As with all Indiana parks, a six-foot leash is required for your fetching pup if you want to explore this open space. While in North Manchester, you can also bring your dog across a historical covered bridge that takes you over the Eel River. This is the perfect place to strike a pose and get some pictures with your pup!
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