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Dog Areas in Atlanta, IN

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Small, family-friendly, and just within commuting distance of Indianapolis, the town of Atlanta, IN has a long and storied history. Founded by Irish born Gen. Michael Sheil in 1834, Atlanta became a bustling semi-city during the gas boom, but after the gas pocket ran dry, the population declined. 

These days, Atlanta is famed throughout the area for the Atlanta New Earth Festival. Visit during the month of September and you and your pooch can wonder at the wares of over 600 street vendors, feast at food trucks, and, of course, enjoy some live, open air entertainment! You won’t find a vet in Atlanta itself, but there’s a choice of clinics to take good care of your furry friend in the nearby towns of Cicero and Tipton.

Atlanta doesn’t have its own dog park, but that doesn’t mean that you and your buddy are bound to be bored! There’s not much of a choice of community parks in town, but Dolles Park is a lovely little spot for a leashed walk. You might need to drive a little to give your pooch the most pawesome experience, but don’t worry -- with a long enough leash, Atlanta can be a great base camp for you and your best friend to romp fur-ther afield!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Atlanta, IN

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    Population Density 2,358/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Cicero

    If you’re looking for doggy dining options, Downtown Cicero is a real mutts-visit! You and your canine companion can chow down at Delullo’s Trattoria. This local, reasonably priced Italian joint serves up a mean lasagna, and your buddy is welcome to join outside. Or, you two can chill out with an ice cream from Alexander’s on the Water, a Cicero staple famous for its Reese’s Cup Sundae. Afterwards, you can burn it all off with a walk in Red Bridge Park. Your pooch will need to be leashed, of course, but the view of the boats over the marina might go some way towards making up for that!
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    Population Density 2,102/sq mi

    #2 Noblesville Old Town

    If you and your pooch are looking for a pretty place to stretch your legs, why not take a walk on the White River Greenway? This furrific three-mile trail starts by the historic Hamilton County Courthouse and continues through three Noblesville parks, passing through serene cornfields, wooded wonderland, and over Potter’s Bridge, a stretch that provides a gorgeous view of the White River itself. Careful, though -- the trail gets fairly steep on the last third, so less athletic animals and owners might want to turn tail after the first couple of miles! Waste bags are available at Forest Park, but remember to bring your own water.
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    Population Density 614/sq mi

    #3 Darrough Chapel

    You’ll need to travel all the way to Darrough Chapel to find a fenced area for your furry friend to run free in, but once your pooch is let loose in Mohr’s Dog Park, you two might decide the trip was worth it. This park has its own doggy agility equipment, so it’s a pawfect sport for fitter fur balls looking for a thorough and entertaining workout! There’s a separate area for small dogs, so your pup can play and socialize no matter their size. Bags and water are provided, so just bring some toys and prepare to play!
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    Population Density 2,692/sq mi

    #4 Kokomo


    Mehlig Dog Park in Kokomo may be a little ways out from Atlanta, but it’d be a huge faux paw not to visit! This dog run is one of the largest in the area. There’s plenty of space for your pooch to leap about and tire themselves out in both the large and small dog sections, and like the park in Darrough Chapel, there’s an agility course for some extra canine cardio! Bags, water and toys are provided, but keep in mind that the park’s surface is mostly dirt and grass, so you might want to bring a towel for post-play clean-up!

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    Population Density 2,235/sq mi

    #5 Carmel Center

    If you and your pooch are looking to get back to nature, Cool Creek Park in Carmel is a pretty neat place to do so. The wooded trails in this 90-acre preserve are mostly flat, so they're suitable for everyone, even the most committed couch pup-tatoes! Once you two are all walked out, consider stopping in at Izzy’s Place. Your pooch will find it im-paws-sible to resist a homemade treat from this locally-owned dog bakery, and the smell of the goodies being baked in the back are enough to make even an owner’s mouth water!
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