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Dog Areas in Brookston

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The town of Brookston is just 13 miles north of West Lafayette in Indiana. This rural community offers access to several area parks, trails, and campgrounds. If you're seeking professional health care for your pooch, you can find a veterinarian about 7.3 miles to the east in Greater Delphi.

Plan an adventure with your furry pal by heading south about 12 miles to Prophetstown State Park. This 900-acre facility includes hiking trails, camping, and picnic areas. Select from paths that vary in length and difficulty. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are welcome to join you. 

Take Spot on a campout at Wolfe's Leisure Time Campground on the Wabash River. This property is located about 11.8 miles southeast of town, and it allows most dog breeds. There are hiking trails and a boat ramp on site. Make sure you keep your special pal on a short leash and clean up his waste.

Go for a hike or jog with Spot on the Wabash Heritage Trail. You can connect to the trail in Tippecanoe Battlefield Park and head east on the 12.8-mile one-way pathway along the river. Be prepared for mud and bugs! Dogs on a leash are can accompany you here.

Brookston is a quiet town that's located near a variety of outdoor recreational facilities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brookston

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    Population Density 1,431/sq mi

    #1 Brookston

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    Brookston is a quiet town with single-family homes, an elementary school, and a downtown commercial area. This community has a set of ballfields and a walking park where you can get some fresh air and exercise. You can take Spot to the Heart to Heart Walking Path when you want to stretch your legs. This unique park features a paved trail that loops around in the shape of intertwined hearts. Take a few laps around the one mile pathway with your special pal. Dogs need to be on a leash and under control. Bring water and waste bags with you when you come here.
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    Population Density 106/sq mi

    #2 Battle Ground

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    Battle Ground is located about eight miles south of Brookston. This small community includes residential developments, a few public schools, and some local businesses. You can explore history while you get some exercise with your pooch here. Head to Tippecanoe Battlefield Memorial and Park off South Railroad Street. This facility includes a historical landmark and a 96 acre recreation area. Go hiking with your four-footed pal and enjoy beautiful scenery on the way. After you stretch your legs, share an outdoor meal in the picnic area. Leashed dogs can join you in designated sections of the park. Bring waste bags for your outing.
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    Population Density 1,949/sq mi

    #3 East Delphi

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    About 11 miles to the east you'll find the neighborhood of East Delphi. This residential area includes a farm, single-family homes, and a city park. There are some quiet blocks here where you and your fur baby can go for a daily stroll. Another furrific place to take a walk is the Monon High Bridge Trail. Access the 1.4 mile pathway at City Park off North Walnut Street. Hike or jog with Fido through the greenway by Deer Creek and enjoy the area wildlife. Dogs may accompany you as long as they're on a leash. Make sure you have water and waste bags with you.
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    Population Density 795/sq mi

    #4 Canal Park

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    The neighborhood around Canal Park in Delphi includes a trailer park, single-family homes, and a few industrial buildings. Here, you can explore the history of the Wabash and Erie Canal by visiting the historic village. The park has a network of trails that take you past some National Register landmarks. Follow the Founder's Towpath, Underhill Towpath, and VanScoy Towpath with your four-footed friend. To extend your outing, you can also connect to other historic pathways in Delphi. Dogs are welcome to join you if they're restrained on a leash. Make sure you have waste bags to clean up after your pooch.
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    Population Density 512/sq mi

    #5 Deer Creek Border

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    Deer Creek Border in Delphi includes an apartment complex, streets with single-family homes, and the public schools for the community. There are sidewalks in this neighborhood where you and your fur baby can go for a walk together. If you're looking for a place to take your pup for some outdoor recreation, head to Riley Park. As the city's largest facility, it offers athletic fields, tables, benches, a quarter-mile track, and open space. Go for a hike or jog with your pal and enjoy an outdoor meal together here. Remember to keep your canine companion on a leash and to pick up his messes.
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