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Dog Areas in Columbia City

7 Parks
1 Trail
3 Groomers

Just over 21 miles northwest of Fort Wayne, the small community of Columbia City includes residential and commercial areas. With a few larger parks and pawtastic walking trails, this berg is a lovely place for dogs and their owners. There are three clinics in town that can help you with your veterinary care needs for Fido.

Plan a day in the park with your special pal at Buckner Park in Fort Wayne. This expansive facility is about 17 miles southeast of town and includes a walking trail that wanders through almost 200 acres of natural space. Dogs need to be on a leash that's no longer than six feet.

Take your furry pal camping at Johnny Appleseed Campground, about 20 miles east of town. This pet-friendly facility is located in a 31-acre park that includes an off-leash playground for dogs. Let Fido socialize with other canines. There's a small fee to use the dog park, and you'll need to provide proof of current vaccinations.

Plan a day of hiking and boating through nature at Chain O Lakes State Park, located about 15 miles to the north. This facility boasts over ten miles of trails and nine kettle lakes where you can paddle your small watercraft. Dogs can join you if they're on a leash up to six feet long.

In and around Columbia City, dogs and their owners will find a range of outdoor recreational opportunities that they can enjoy together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Columbia City

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    Population Density 2,148/sq mi

    #1 Columbia Parkway

    The Columbia Parkway neighborhood is a lakeside development with single-family homes. To get some daily exercise, you can walk along the sidewalk with your pup here. On the north side of the lake, there's a pocket park where you and your canine companion can work on obedience drills or enjoy a meal together outdoors. Mayor's Park on N Columbia Parkway is a small wooded lot with a swing set and some open lawn. Dogs are welcome to accompany you here as long as you keep them on a leash and under your control. Bring your own water and waste bags when you visit this public space.
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    Population Density 681/sq mi

    #2 Eagle Glen

    In Eagle Glen, there are duplexes, private homes, and a golf course. Go for a stroll along the greens with your pooch to get some fresh air. For a longer hike or jog, connect to the Blue River Trail off E Van Buren Street. This 2.5-mile multi-use pathway wanders along the water through residential areas, a city park, and some wooded land. Fido can accompany you on this paved trail as long as you keep him under control and on a leash. There's a water fountain located at the main trailhead for your convenience. Remember to bring waste bags with you.
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    Population Density 4,999/sq mi

    #3 Columbia City

    The downtown area of Columbia City includes the county courthouse, local businesses, and some residential streets. You and Spot can take a stroll around the main square or along sidewalks in the residential areas here. If you're looking for some green space, there's a three-acre park off S Whitley Street. This small facility has an open lawn, an accessible playground area, and a paved pathway that loops around the property. Take a few laps around the park or play some frisbee in the grass. Dogs need to be on a leash and under your control. Make sure you clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 839/sq mi

    #4 Blue River

    The area around Blue River is primarily residential and features a few small businesses. Here, you can walk along quiet streets with partially wooded lots for your daily exercise. There's a small community park at the corner of E Swihart Street and Indiana Avenue where you'll be able to share an outdoor picnic with your furry friend. Play some frisbee or relax on the open lawn in this green space. Dogs are permitted here as long as you keep them under control and on a leash. Bring along some water and waste bags to clean up after your pooch.
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    Population Density 1,233/sq mi

    #5 W North St

    The W North Street neighborhood includes some apartment complexes, single-family homes, and a few restaurants. There are peaceful streets here where you and your pooch can enjoy an afternoon stroll. When you want to enjoy a day at the park, head over to Morsches Park off E Van Buren Street. Walk through the woods or play in the field with your four-footed pal at this 117-acre facility. Hop on the walking path and go hiking or jogging through the park. You can bring dogs with you as long as you keep them on a leash. Make sure you have waste bags to clean up after your pup.
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