Dog walking in Decatur

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“Excited to meet your pups!”

Hi! My name is Sarah. I grew up with several large dogs (German Shepherds) and was always comfortable with them. I currently have a working breed dog who is very protective and a smaller mutt who frequently pulls because he loves to sniff. I am able to keep both dogs on the trail/sidewalk, know when to keep a short leash and know when to keep my distance. I have a fanny pack with pockets for bags, a spot for a water bottle, and two D-rings to clip leashes to.

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Dogs who pull, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Decatur

Founded in 1836, Decatur, Indiana is the seat of Adams County, and home to Adams Memorial Hospital, known throughout the country for its specialized experts and high-quality care. With its abundance of parks, friendly neighborhoods, and lively city center, Decatur is undoubtedly a great place for any family with canine and human members. The city is home to four veterinarians and animal hospitals, so your furry friend will always have access to the best healthcare.

Start your tour of the city with a trip to the American Legion Park which features amenities for a pawsome afternoon with your family. With modern playground equipment including both a swing set and a merry-go-round, your kids will have a great time. The park also features a picnic area if you want lunch in the park, as well as volleyball courts and convenient restrooms.

 Head over to Eastbrook Park, also in City Center, where there is something for everyone. The five acres of the park feature wide-open grassy clearings, so your pup will have a great time exploring, although you will have to make sure to use a leash. Your kids will have plenty of fun as well, as the park offers an exciting playground for children of all ages.

 Decatur has so much to offer, so take your pup and get out there! Discover the city’s many dog-friendly parks, restaurants, and fields for yourself.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Decatur

Decatur City Center

48
Dog Parks
2 parks

Population Density
3,987 per sq. mi.

Decatur City Center

48

There’s no better way to start off your day than with coffee from Java Bean Café. This coffeehouse, located in the Decatur City Center, serves a full menu of espressos and coffee-based drinks, as well as breakfast every day. Sit at their outdoor dog-friendly table and begin your morning the right way. This neighborhood is also flush with parks for you to visit with your furry friend. Both Bellmont Pond Park with walking trails surrounding the pond, and Kekionga Park, containing acres of open space and hiking trails, are great places to take a pup. Feel free to let your pet off-leash in these parks! Decatur City Center is also home to several other parks, including Southward Park, Homestead Park, and Stratton Park. However, you will have to keep the leash on when you take a walk around these.

Elm Tree Crossroads

36
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
1,202 per sq. mi.

Elm Tree Crossroads

36

Hanna Nuttman Park is the star feature of the Elm Tree Crossroads neighborhood. This beautiful park has hiking trails winding through the woods and open grassy areas to let your four-legged friend off-leash. Additional amenities include the seven baseball diamonds, a playground, and merry-go-round, making Hanna Nuttman Park a woofderful place to take the entire family. While you’re in the neighborhood, don’t forget to make a stop at Worthman Field Park. While you will have to keep your pup on-leash at this field, it is definitely still worth a visit. The park includes two soccer fields, a playground, a baseball diamond, and a track. 

Monmouth

24
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
732 per sq. mi.

Monmouth

24

Monmouth is a neighborhood on the north end of Decatur, and home to the River Greenway Park, its most unique feature. Included in the park is a far-reaching system of hiking trails that spread over a large part of the city, so whether you’re going for an early morning run or an evening stroll, Monmouth is the neighborhood to be in. Take your four-legged friend to the River Greenway Park— you’re welcome to leave the leash at home! The park also features acres of land with open clearings and paved biking trails, pawfect for a family day at the park.

Preble

12
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
279 per sq. mi.

Preble

12

Preble is a less-populated neighborhood in the western region of the city of Decatur. Nevertheless, you do not want to miss out on what this hidden gem has to offer. For families with dogs, Preble is best known for the Preble Fireman’s Park. Your pup is free to roam around off-leash and explore the wide-open areas of this park. Bring your family—human and canine members alike— and play a game of Frisbee or catch in the grassy clearing. For a different experience, you can also come to the Fireman’s Park at night and roast marshmallows by the fire pit. Be sure to bring a treat for your pup as well!

Pleasant Mills

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Population Density
261 per sq. mi.

Pleasant Mills

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Befitting its name, Pleasant Mills is a peaceful, serene neighborhood. The Baltzell-Lenhart Nature Preserve, a scenic area that is great for dogs, calls this Pleasant Mills home. The 37 acres of this park contain miles of barely-walked trails, as well as one central loop trail, so you can choose which path you want to take. The park, located on US-27, is easily accessible with a convenient parking lot to leave your car in while you explore the woods with your furry friend. Although you will need to keep your pet on-leash, the preserve is definitely worth a visit to see the oaks, maples, and hickories that fill every foot of the sanctuary.