Churubusco, Indiana is a small community with a big history. From the moment the Mastodon skeleton was found at Blue Lake in 1962, to the modern-day excitement of the opening of the History Museum, there is always something to learn about here. Bring your dog and come take a walk through the town to learn why the residents chose this spot as their home. The locals here are friendly, pawticularly to pups! Though the town is small, there's certainly room for a vet clinic to take care of the canine citizens.
Churubusco City Park has lots of amenities that make it fun for the entire family, besides being the official meeting place for the local Boy Scouts. It is also the pawfect place to come walk your dog! The fourteen-acre wooded area has mulched trails so that you can take a walk while watching the wildlife and enjoying the marsh area safely. There are several restrooms and places to get water. Just keep your pup on a leash. Your not-so-furry children will love the playgrounds, and you can sit back and relax on a shaded bench while you watch your pack play.
Churubusco -- affectionately dubbed "Busco" by the residents -- might not have any dog parks or dog-friendly restaurants, but it does have plenty of small-town charm and quirky history for you and Fido to explore!