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Brownsburg, Indiana has been ranked one of America's best small towns, and it isn't hard to see why! This town of over 25,000 people is in Hendricks County and has low crime rates, excellent schools, and a stable economy. There are more than 250 acres of parkland in Brownsburg, and the community loves to take advantage of these spaces and their beautiful surroundings. Brownsburg doesn't have any designated off-leash parks for dogs, but your pet can still join you at many of Brownsburg's outdoor spaces, provided they are on a leash. The oldest and one of the most popular parks in Brownsburg is Arbuckle Acres Park, which sits on 68 acres of land. This park has miles of paved trails ideal for dog walking, and there are also picnic structures, playgrounds, and sports fields, along with many other useful amenities.

After a day at Arbuckle Acres Park, head to Dawson's Too restaurant in central Brownsburg for a bite to eat. There's no need to drop your dog off at home before you head to Dawson's Too, because this restaurant has five outdoor dog-friendly tables! You can enjoy dishes like their Prime Rib Dinner on Fridays and Saturdays, or a great salad, burger, pot roast, and plenty more. There's so much to do in Brownsburg and getting to do things with your dog makes it all that much better!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brownsburg

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    Population Density 3,787/sq mi

    #1 Broad Ripple

    Broad Ripple is one of Indianapolis's cultural districts, and it's only about six miles north of downtown Indianapolis and a half-hour drive from Brownsburg. Broad Ripple is home to its own dog park called the Broad Ripple Dog Park, and it's a superb place for your dog to play off-leash with other dogs and get some exercise. To access this park, you will need to purchase a Pooch Pass, which gets you entry into all four of Indianapolis's dog parks. Once you're in this park, your dog will have a blast playing with all of the regulars who frequent this park. Broad Ripple Dog Park also supplies waste bags to clean up after your pet.
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    Population Density 2,126/sq mi

    #2 Westchester Estates

    Westchester Estates is a neighborhood in northwest Indianapolis that has plenty going for it! It's intersected by a creek and old woods. It's also where you'll find the Humane Society of Indianapolis Dog Park, and it's only 13 miles from Brownsburg. You'll need to use your Pooch Pass to get into this park, and your dog will definitely be thanking you! Within the park, there is an agility course, as well as picnic tables where you can watch your dog in comfort. There are also 1.5 miles of trails within the park where you can walk your dog through wooded surroundings. For your convenience, there is also water and waste bags at this dog park.
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    Population Density 3,275/sq mi

    #3 Holliday Park

    Just 14 miles from Brownsburg is Holliday Park, which is one of Indianapolis's oldest parks. This 94-acre park also has 3.5 miles of trails you can explore with your leashed dog and view over 400 plant species, as well as more than 200 bird species and various rabbits, deer, and foxes. While this park isn't an off-leash park, there is so much to do that your dog won't mind staying within a few feet of you as you explore together. There is a nature center within the park, but that's the only place in the park that your dog isn't allowed to join you.
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    Population Density 2,867/sq mi

    #4 Plainfield Town Center

    The Plainfield Bark Park is just a 20-minute drive from Brownsburg in Plainfield, Indiana's town center. Like most Indiana dog parks, the Plainfield Bark Park requires visitors to register and pay a yearly fee per dog to access the park. These fees go toward maintaining the park and making sure it remains a safe, clean, and fun place for dogs to play and exercise together. The Plainfield Bark Park has one side for dogs over 30 pounds, and another for small dogs. Throughout the park, there is also agility equipment, fire hydrants, and doggy bags to clean up after your pet.
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    Population Density 171/sq mi

    #5 Jolietville

    The neighborhood of Jolietville in Westfield, Indiana is about a half-hour drive from Brownsburg, and it's where you'll find an adorable place known as the Bed and Biscuit Dog Park. This park is part of Bed and Biscuit Kennels, and in addition to the dog park, they offer dog and cat boarding, grooming, and doggy daycare. The dog park is a pawfect place for adventurous dogs who enjoy agility equipment. The agility course is a big draw, and so is the swimming pond where dogs can cool off on hot days. Please note, you will need to register and get a key to access the park.
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