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Dog Areas in Aurora, IN

Aurora, Indiana, nicknamed the City of Spires, is a small, picturesque town. It is located in an interesting spot, and provides convenient access to Kentucky and Ohio in addition to Indiana. These three states are known for their natural beauty and outdoor activities. 

Although there are not a lot of activities in the small town of Aurora, if you have a car, you can easily take your pooch to a nearby location for a pawesome time. There are an abundance of nature and wildlife preserves in the area where you and your pooch can spend a day or weekend hiking or relaxing. Aurora is also home to multiple museums and points of historical interest. Just make sure you call the venues ahead of time to see if they allow furry friends. 

If you are willing to drive a bit, you can always head to Cincinnati, Ohio, or Louisville, Kentucky. Both cities are full of wonderfurr things to do for you and your pooch, including parks, restaurants, shopping, and events for you, your family, and your most loyal furry companion. If you head to one of the cities, make sure you take your own leash, doggie poop bags, water and doggie toys. Your pooch will definitely have a ton of fun in and near Aurora!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Aurora, IN

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    Population Density 303/sq mi

    #1 Shawnee Lookout Park

    Even though Shawnee Lookout is located in another state, it is only a twenty-minute drive from Aurora in Indiana. Shawnee Lookout is a gigantic park approximately 1,500 acres in size. It is not only a nature preserve like other parks, but it's also home to a golf course, many historic buildings, and archaeological exhibits. You can enjoy all this with your family and your pooch. However, beware this park is not an off-leash park, so you will have to keep your pup on a leash at all times. Nevertheless, there is plenty to do in this park for you and your pup!
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    Population Density 55/sq mi

    #2 Southeast Versailles

    Lucky for you, if you live in Aurora, you are less than half an hour away from Versailles State Park in Versailles, Indiana. This park, nearly ten square miles in area, is a large state park with plenty to do and see for you and your pooch. This giant state park has multiple hiking trails, biking trails, horse-riding trails, watering holes for boating, fishing, swimming, and plenty of campsites so you can spend the entire weekend or even longer at the park. Plus, the park has plenty of facilities for you and your pooch. Just make sure you take a leash with you.
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    Population Density 110/sq mi

    #3 Southwest Holton

    If you drive only half an hour from Aurora, you can visit the Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge located in Madison, Indiana. This beautiful wildlife refuge is approximately 50,000 acres in size with plenty of woodland and wetland. Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge is perfect for you and your pup to go hiking, bird watching, fishing, hunting or simply relaxing. This ginormous piece of land is nothing short of extraordinary. You and your pup will both be in awe the entire time you are in the park -- just make sure you don't forget your camera when you go!
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    Population Density 438/sq mi

    #4 Miamitown

    Luckily, Miamitown is only half an hour from Aurora. Miamitown, located in Ohio, is home to Miami Whitewater Forest. This park is over 4,000 acres in size, with plenty to do for families and pups. This furrific park has several walking and hiking trails for humans and pups, as well as two water parks for humans. In addition, the terrain of the park is very hilly so you and your pooch may have quite a workout when you walk through the park. Some humans even like to rent boats and take their pups on the water for a fun-filled day in the sun. Don't forget to bring water, waste bags, and a towel for your adventures here!
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    Population Density 61/sq mi

    #5 Blooming Grove

    Although the drive from Aurora to Brookville is nearly an hour, you and your pup will definitely find it's worth it! This park is located right next to a lake where you will find campgrounds, many hiking and walking trails, and even a sandy beach where you and your pooch can rest and play. You can even rent a boat and go on the water to relax or fish with your pup, so bring a rod and reel and see what you can catch! The park is pretty secluded most of the time, so trust us -- you will have a pawesome time with your pooch! Just make sure you take a leash with you.
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