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Dog Areas in Floyds Knobs

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1 Groomer

The bedroom community of Floyds Knobs is about ten miles northwest of Louisville, KY. This largely residential area includes a lake and a few area parks where you can get some fresh air with your pup. There's a veterinary clinic in town if you're looking for healthcare services for your special pal.

Treat your furry friend to some playtime with other canines at the New Albany Dog Park off Budd Road. This pawtastic facility has separate areas for large and small dogs, an agility course, and a water feature. To use the dog run, you'll need to provide proof of vaccinations and license. There's a small annual fee.

Plan an outdoor adventure with your four-footed friend and head north about 13.3 miles to Deam Lake State Recreation Area. Here, you can go hiking along the nature trails or launch your boat into the 194-acre lake to do a little fishing. Dogs on a leash are allowed to come with you. Remember to clean up after your pooch.

Another furrific park to visit is Lapping Park in Clarksville. This 332-acre property includes hiking trails and plenty of green space. Wander through fields and forest and across streams with your special pal. Dogs are welcome to accompany you as long as they're under control and preferably leashed. Remember to bring waste bags.

Floyds Knobs is a pawesome community that has a range of options available to dogs and their owners.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Floyds Knobs

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    Population Density 544/sq mi

    #1 Floyds Knobs

    In Floyds Knobs, you'll find residential streets and a commercial area with some restaurants and small businesses. This neighborhood has sidewalks that you and Fido can use for a daily jaunt. When you'd like to give your furry pal a treat, head to Sam Peden Community Park off Grant Line Road in New Albany. This 104.5-acre facility has a lake and paved trails that you can use to take a hike or jog. Dogs are welcome here as long as you have them on a leash that's no longer than ten feet, or 15 feet for a retractable lead.
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    Population Density 712/sq mi

    #2 Viewcrest Loop

    The neighborhood around Viewcrest Loop features single-family homes on wooded lots. This is a peaceful area to go for a stroll with Fido. There's a pawtastic park about 6.5 miles southwest of here that you and your pooch can check out. Head to Garry E Cavan Park to take advantage of the open green space. Walk along the woods and through the disc golf course in this 53.5-acre facility. You can bring dogs to the park as long as they're on a leash and under your control. Make sure you pack waste bags and immediately clean up after your pup.
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    Population Density 197/sq mi

    #3 St Mary of the Knobs

    Up by St Mary of the Knobs, there are private residences and farms. This neighborhood features country roads where you and Fido can enjoy a daily walk. To share a picnic in the park with your four-footed friend, head to Letty Walter Park on St Marys Road. Walk along Little Indian Creek or play frisbee in the open fields with your fur baby. As long as your pup is on a leash that's no longer than ten feet or a retractable leash that's 15 feet or less, your furry friend is allowed to join you here. Remember to clean up your pal's messes.
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    Population Density 354/sq mi

    #4 Galena

    Just four miles northwest of Floyd's Knobs, you'll find the small community of Galena. This area includes a fire station, a church, and residential streets. There are quiet lanes here that are a pawesome place for a daily walk. For some outdoor recreation, take Fido to Galena Lamb Park off US Highway 150. With 35.5 acres, you and your canine pal will have lots of room to go exploring in the woods here! Remember to bring waste bags and to keep your pup on a leash that's no more than ten feet long or a retractable leash that's no more than 15 feet long.
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    Population Density 2,681/sq mi

    #5 Knobs Pointe

    Knobs Pointe in New Albany is just two miles southeast of town. There are apartments and single-family homes in this neighborhood. On the south side of the neighborhood, you'll find wooded lanes where you can take a walk with your pooch. For a fun outdoor adventure with your special pal, head south about six miles to the Campbell Woodland Nature Trails. Hike along the paved pathway through this 122-acre facility. There are footbridges over creeks and a waterfall here. You're welcome to bring dogs with you as long as you keep them on a leash and pick up after them.
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