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Cloverdale, a small town in Putnam County, has a simple origin story. This community was named for its "large fields of clover, and the lovely shady dales," according to a book on place names in Indiana. For such a small place, Cloverdale has plenty of accommodations that allow pets as guests. These include Motel 6 Cloverdale, Holiday Inn Express Cloverdale, Super 8 Cloverdale, and Econo Lodge Cloverdale.
The town even has its own woof-derful pet place that offers services like nail trimming, pet grooming, bathing, and daycare. Cloverdale even has three animal hospitals that will provide great care for your pooch. If you want to visit an urban environment, the capital of Indiana -- Indianapolis -- is around 40 miles away from Cloverdale.
A great place in Cloverdale that you can visit is the Lieber State Recreation Area, a huge green space that offers plenty of activities, including boating, hiking, camping, bird-watching, and so much more! Leashed dogs are welcome to join you.
A sight that is worth seeing is the Cataract Falls. The falls are totally dog-friendly and there are plenty of magnificent views to admire while your pooch takes a dip in the water. While you're there, you can also pay a visit to the Cagles Mill Lake, where you can fish, camp, or hike.
Around 33 miles away from Cloverdale is a place where you can take your pup to play his heart out called the Avon-Washington Township Paw Park. The ground is covered in grass which is gentle on your pooch's paws. There are plenty of waste stations and water bowls, but you should bring water and poop baggies. This park includes very interesting agility equipment that will keep your pup entertained. If you decide to visit this park, be aware that you'll need to provide proof of current vaccinations to obtain the necessary pass. There are benches for the dog pawrents and some of them are shaded.
Karst Farm Dog Park is another place that you can take your doggo to play, and it's located around 33 miles away from Cloverdale, in Kirby. This off-leash, fenced park is the pawfect place to bring Fido to sniff out some new canine companions. Like most dog parks, this one features two separate areas for large and small breeds so your pup can play safely with some pals his own size. This park requires a membership, for which your dog has to have all the necessary vaccinations. Waste stations, picnic tables, tennis balls, and doggie pools are all included in the park.
Ruffly 33 miles south of Cloverdale is another place worth exploring. Ferguson Dog Park in North Bloomington is pawsitively adored by the locals! When your pup sees the large area for running around and sniffing, it will make his day for sure! Small and large breeds have separate sections to play in here. In addition, the park has a water fountain for both dogs and humans and even two dog washing stations where you can clean up your fur-baby before heading back home. Doggie waste stations are provided, as well as plenty of seating areas for the doggie pawrents. The water is shut off in the winter.
For a fancier park with all the bells and whistles, you should check out Plainfield Dog Park. You should be aware that this park requires a membership and a swipe card for access, but the park offers daily passes if you need one. This large, grassy area will be well worth the 29-mile trip to Swinford Park in Plainfield. For an even better experience for your doggo, the park has installed agility equipment that will keep your pooch entertained for hours! For the pet parents, there are plenty of benches, some of which are situated in shaded areas under the trees. Hours are from dawn to dusk every day.
For those of you who want to explore nature and admire magnificent views with your dog by your side, paw on over to Hummel Park. This family-friendly place offers many trails where your pup is allowed to explore and sniff on-leash. The best part is that there is a creek where your dog can dip his paws to cool off, swim, or play some water fetch! The natural trails, river views, and wildlife are just some of the reasons you should escape the urban environment and recharge your batteries here along with your pup. Make sure to bring water and poop baggies.
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