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Tucked into the southeastern part of Indiana is a pet-friendly and industrial community that hasn't forgotten its small-town charm -- Batesville, Indiana. The town was founded in 1852 by a man named Tenuis Amack who purchased 120 acres of lands in the foothills of modern-day Batesville. The land traded hands through the years until it finally became the rustic town it is today. Batesville is a great place to live! The city has retained its farming roots with a strong push forward into the future. The town's local government does an amazing job of maintaining the town with excellent healthcare, job opportunities, and public city parks.
This love of living in Batesville applies to the dog owners, too! Families with four-legged best friends have access to a veterinarian and animal hospital right within the city limits. Those with dogs also love knowing that there are 2 groomers, 6 city parks, and 3 pet shops to choose from in Batesville. If you ever want to get a bite to eat but feel guilty leaving Fido at home, there are 3 pet-friendly restaurants in Batesville that have outdoor seating where Fido can pull up his tail. There's also an off-leash dog park where your pup can run free and chase other local pups around!
Does your dog like to eat at local joints where the whole community gets together? He'll bark up a storm for Lil' Charlie's Restaurant & Brewery, which has been serving the Batesville community for over 20 years. The restaurant serves its own beers, like the Trailcutter Brown Ale, Rear-View Blonde Ale, and Nobbler Pale Ale. For dinner, you can order Blondie's tiger shrimp, Scottish salmon, or a center-cut sirloin. You'll see plenty of friendly faces -- both of the human and doggie variety -- at Lil Charlie's! If the dogs are well-behaved, maybe they'll get a small piece of your dinner for a treat!
Does your dog love the thrill of the chase at the dog park? If he's lucky enough to live in the Beech Grove neighborhood, he's just a quick walk from the Batesville Dog Park. The park has two fenced-off areas -- one for smaller dogs and another for the big boys! The park has no fee and is located within the larger Liberty Park. If your dog's more of a Frisbee fan, there's a disc golf course in Liberty Park where he can get in on the action. Just grab the leash, water, and waste baggies and head out!
Does your dog like a relaxing stroll with the grass underneath his paws? If you live off Farmington, then you can head over to the smaller South Street Park. You and Fido can stroll through this half-acre park that serves the neighborhood. South Street has a playground, shelter areas, picnic tables, and benches for you and the doggos to enjoy. After the park, it's time for lunch! You'll find a dog-friendly Steak & Shake and Dairy Queen in the neighborhood, so if you're in the mood for sweet and savory, you're in the perfect place to grab a bite to eat!
Does your dog love to stare into the water, imagining all the fish that can be caught below the surface? If you live off Bischoff, you can head over to the 190-acre body of water known as the Bischoff Reservoir. You and Fido can bring your fishing poles for some shore fishing just for fun. There are Channel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, and White Crappie in the reservoir that you can catch in an afternoon. The best time to go for fishing is 8 o'clock in the morning, right after sunrise, when the fish are most active. If land activities are more your style, you can drive about a half-hour to Shaker Trail for a nice hike with Fido!
Does your dog pawsitively love nature? Then he probably would've gotten along with Lena Brum, who help to found the Brum Woods back in the early 1900s. The forested landscape features a trail named after her that weaves its way through an 80-acre patch of woods in the lower southwestern corner of Batesville. There is a variety of wildlife to search for here, and Fido will love sniffing out all the wild flora and fauna in the historic woods. Grab the leash, leave only footprints, and most importantly, enjoy yourself! You know Fido's tail is already wagging!
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