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Dog Areas in Cicero, IN

2 Parks
1 Trail
2 Eateries
3 Groomers

Commuters might certainly appreciate Cicero’s convenient location, but this small city has much more to offer than simply being a 45-minute drive from Indianapolis! Clustered around the shores of the gorgeous, manmade Morse Lake, Cicero is a quiet, family-friendly place full of mom and pop shops and small-town charm. 

Sleepy and suburban it may be, but Cicero still really knows how to throw a party -- visit in summer and you and your pooch can take in the town’s fabulous multiple festivals! The Cicero Festival in June is just full of outdoor, family-friendly events, and the Lights Over Morse Lake as part of the town’s Fourth of July Festival is truly a sight to be seen. In terms of pet care, there are two veterinary clinics in town, and emergency services are available in nearby Noblesville.

There’s no designated dog park in Cicero, but that doesn’t mean that you and your buddy are bound to be bored! Cicero has a large community park that’s just pawfect for leashed walks. For doggy dining, check out Delullo’s Trattoria, a cozy Italian eatery that does an amazing Insalata Caprese and caters to canines outside. And if your furry friend needs to run free, don’t fret -- you’ll find plenty of off-leash adventures just a short drive away!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cicero, IN

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 473/sq mi

    #1 Morse Landing

    With a park like the pawesome Red Bridge Park on your doorstep, you’d need to be barking mad not to pay a visit! Just across the lake over the eponymous bridge, the park is located opposite downtown Cicero and features some fantastic walking paths, acres of green space, playgrounds and a marina where you and your buddy can watch the boats go by. After you two are all walked out, be sure to pop in to Alexander’s. This amazing local eatery welcomes wagging tails on its outdoor terrace, which boasts fabulous views of the lake and marina.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 116/sq mi

    #2 Strawtown

    Right on the edge of Cicero, on the border with Noblesville, Strawtown Koteewi Park is a real mutts-see! The park contains a small natural history center -- your pooch won’t be able to enter, of course, but you two can still wander around the outdoor exhibits. More importantly, there are miles of trails for you two to explore! The terrain varies from riverside to grassland, and there’s a hike here for every ability, from athletic animals looking for a challenge to those searching for a more sedate stroll. Non-furry family members might also enjoy the adventure center!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,102/sq mi

    #3 Old Town Noblesville

    The White River Greenway is a true Noblesville gem. This walk is pretty pawpular with local dog owners, and it’s easy to see why -- the scenery has something for everyone! The trail begins at the historic Hamilton Courthouse in Old Town Noblesville, takes a tree-lined turn around the White Fork River, and moves on through Forest Park, a 150-acre civic green space with its own paved and shaded trail system. On the way back, you and your pooch can chow down at Courtney’s Kitchen! Courtney’s serves up fresh, no-frills food, and welcomes leashed, well-behaved canine customers at the outdoor seating area.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,958/sq mi

    #4 Broad Ripple

    Make no bones about it -- Broad Ripple Dog Park is a furrific spot to let your pooch loose! There’s space enough here for your fur-ball to leap around to their heart’s content, and there’s a separate area for small dogs so your pooch can play and socialize be they big or little! Bags and water are provided, but be careful -- the park can get very muddy after it rains, so it’s best to bring a towel for post-play clean-up. You’ll need to purchase a pass to use the space, but the rates are reasonable -- $5 for a single day or $75 for a whole year.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,875/sq mi

    #5 Westfield Farms

    Tom Wood Subaru Dog Park in Carmel might not be the biggest in the area, but it does have the advantage of being the closest dog run to Cicero, so it’d still be a huge faux paw not to visit! There’s still enough room to toss a ball about -- and speaking of, you’ll find plenty of toys dotted around the park! Waste bags are provided, but be sure to bring your own water and bowl. After your exercise, consider stopping by Moochie and Co. This unique dog boutique stocks some gorgeous accessories, as well as a selection of treats guaranteed to make your dog sit up and beg!
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