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Boggstown, Indiana has quite the tale to tell. It was run by farmers up until Mr. Boggs decided he wanted in on some of the tobacco money. The farmers, knowing that tobacco would deplete their soil, rotated crops every year. Some years, there was more money than others. Mr. Boggs did not like this. He insisted on tobacco every year, and the inevitable happened. The mill had to shut down. The farmers had to rebuild their soil. So what did Mr. Boggs do? He opened a speakeasy right in the back of the general stores. The church didn't like this, so they shut it down. The general store slowly changed hands and eventually became a cabaret, which it still is today. 

While you cannot take your dog with your to catch a show, you can take your dog with you on a living history tour. The guide will show you all the historical points of the community. You can even stop by city hall and get a packet to take your dog on a self-guided tour if you choose. 

This is a bright, charming community with a story worth hearing. While it doesn't have many of the same dog-friendly amenities that a big city might, Boggstown's unique and quirky history make it well worth visiting!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Boggstown

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 159/sq mi

    #1 In-44

    If you go just eight miles from Boggstown, you can get Shelbyville. Here, you will find Rally's Hamburgers, which offers a ton of outdoor tables where you and your pup can grab a bite. Order a Baconzilla burger if you are really hungry, or you could just get a classic cheeseburger. If you're not in the mood for a burger, get an order of wings tossed in your favorite sauce. Loaded fries, tots, or onion rings are all great sides. To wash it all down, get you a real ice cream shake. What are you waiting for? Grab a leash and hit the road!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 159/sq mi

    #2 Michigan Road

    Have you ever wanted to take your dog with you to see a movie? Then you need to take a quick eight-mile trip over to Skyline Drive-in located in Shelbyville. Not only can you get popcorn, drinks, and all of your favorite theater fare, but you can also get doggie treats as well. The only rule is that your dog has to stay with you at all times. They don't have to be on a leash, but they must be able to follow voice commands. You are not allowed to leave your dog alone in the car.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,982/sq mi

    #3 Legacy

    Four Paws Dog Park is located in Greenwood, just thirteen miles from you. Here is a place made just for you to let your dog socialize with other dogs. You will get the opportunity to chat with other pet parents as your dog plays off-leash with some new canine friends. There are two fenced-in areas. The agility equipment is in the small dog area. The park has fresh water stations that are always clean. The waste cleaning areas are easy to find and use. The best part is that they sometimes have dog-only holiday parties!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,047/sq mi

    #4 County Line

    Fireside Brewhouse in Greenwood is known for its amazing standards when catering to their furry diners. The way that they treat your fur baby is going to make the thirteen-mile drive totally worth it. They greet your dog -- sometimes before they greet the human! -- with water and treats. They throw pup birthday parties that lack nothing. The human food is pretty special, too. The menu is full of uniquely named dishes, like the Dude or the Brood Witch. You can grab a cold brew to wash it all down with. The service is great and always friendly.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,047/sq mi

    #5 Summer field Park

    While you are in Greenwood, you should check out Tracy Trail. The quiet trail is one of the smallest that Rails-to-Trails has established. It runs between Summerfield Park and Woodman Park. There is a small stream that runs along the trail. It is a great place to walk your dog where you won't be bothered. You will need to bring a leash with you. There is no water along the trail, so please bring your own. This trail is about thirteen miles from Boggstown and totally worth the short trip. This beautiful trail is the pawfect place to share a quiet walk with your best fur-iend.
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