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Dog Areas in Beech Grove

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Beech Grove is a city in the Indianapolis metropolitan area of Indiana, and nearly 15,000 people call it home. Beech Grove is known for being a family-friendly city, with great schools and other amenities. Its proximity to bigger cities gives Beech Grove residents the charm of a small town with all of the benefits you get from living near a big city. There are a handful of veterinary offices in Beech Grove, and even though it isn't a big city, it even has its very own dog park!

This dog-friendly city wouldn't be complete without dog-friendly restaurants, and Napoli Villa Italian is just that! Located on Main Street in Beech Grove, Napoli Villa Italian is an authentic Italian restaurant that was founded more than 55 years ago. Napoli Villa Italian is only minutes from downtown Indianapolis, and people from all over Indiana dine at one of the best Italian restaurants in the state. On warm days when the patio is open, your pooch can join you at any of their outdoor tables. Getting to know this dog-friendly city is going to be so much fun!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Beech Grove

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    Population Density 4,840/sq mi

    #1 Central Beech Grove

    Beech Grove's very own dog park is located in Sarah T. Bolton Park in central Beech Grove. The Paw Patch Dog Park is a one-acre dog park with a grass surface and plenty of natural shade for hot days. For everyone's safety, there are certain requirements to access this park, including paying a yearly fee. This fee gives you access to a beautiful park that has a gated entry system for which you need a key to access. Within the park, there are benches for owners as well as doggy waste disposal stations, but no separate areas for big or small dogs. The rest of the park has playgrounds, picnic facilities, and other fun family activities.
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    Population Density 2,361/sq mi

    #2 Paul Ruster Park

    In less than a 20-minute drive from Beech Grove, you can get to Paul Ruster Park in eastern Indianapolis. This 82-acre city park has a plethora of activities for the whole family to enjoy, including a playground, a fishing pond, picnic structures, and even a dog park! The Paul Ruster Bark Park has a section for big dogs and another for small dogs, and you'll need a pass to enter both parts. Like most Indianapolis dog parks, the Paul Ruster Bark Park requires paying either a yearly or a daily fee to access. These fees go toward keeping Indianapolis dog parks as beautiful and well-maintained as they are!
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    Population Density 1,925/sq mi

    #3 Northeast Indianapolis

    It takes just a little more than a 20-minute drive north from Beech Grove to get to the Waggin' Tails Bark Park at Louis Jenn Memorial Park in northeastern Indianapolis. This beautifully-maintained dog park has all of the amenities that make a dog park great, including agility equipment, seating, and water fountains that serve both humans and canines! The yearly fee required to join this park goes toward keeping this a safe, clean, and fun place for local dogs and their owners to socialize and exercise. Each year, there is a limit of 500 spots opened up for park membership to ensure it doesn't get too busy.
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    Population Density 251/sq mi

    #4 North Franklin Street

    The city of Greenfield, Indiana is about a half-hour drive northeast of Beech Grove. In the northeastern tip of the city sits Rover's Run Bark Park on two acres of land. This lovely dog park is a peaceful spot in the city where locals and visitors alike come to offer their dogs the freedom of unleashed exercise. You'll need to purchase a yearly pass to access the park, and provide proof of your dog's vaccinations before you get a card that gives you park access. Once you're in the park, you and your dog can enjoy paved walkways, watering stations, and plenty of trees.
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    Population Density 2,365/sq mi

    #5 Province

    Franklin is a city in Indiana with a population of around 25,000 people, and it's less than a half-hour drive south of Beech Grove. In downtown Franklin, there's a place called Province Park, and it's a popular gathering spot for all kinds of activities. There are playgrounds, walking trails, a skate park, picnic facilities, and even an off-leash dog park! The Province Dog Park is clean and well-maintained, and it requires a yearly membership fee to access to ensure it stays in such great shape. There are water, seating, and waste disposal items in the off-leash park. You can walk your dog in the rest of the park, but they must be on a leash.
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