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!