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Dog Areas in Franklin, IN

1 Park
6 Eateries

The city of Franklin, Indiana was named for none other than Benjamin Franklin.  This city is located 20 miles South of Indianapolis, Indiana. There are several great dog friendly establishments in the city of Franklin for you and your canine friend to enjoy.

Here, you'll find three small cafés/coffeehouses which welcome you and Fido for a casual hot drink, light bite, or full meal. The first is Suzy’s Teahouse & Bakery. This establishment serves a variety of desserts and a few hot drinks that you can enjoy with your pooch at the outdoor seating, as long as your furry friend is on their leash. The second is The Court Street Café, which offers outdoor tables with umbrellas for you to enjoy a quick snack with your canine pal. You will need to keep your pooch on a leash while dining at this café. The third is Benjamin’s Coffeehouse & Delicatessen, which provides dog-friendly outdoor seating. They serve bagels, hot and cold drinks, soups, sandwiches, and other light bites, making it the perfect place to enjoy a nice, relaxing meal with your pooch.

Franklin, Indiana is a great place to spend time with your pooch. If you're looking for other amenities, you'll find several other activities near the city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Franklin, IN

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 252/sq mi

    #1 E Monroe St


    If you and your pooch are looking for a great place to play, this Franklin neighborhood has a great park for you! The Province Dog Park sits within the larger Province Park. The dog park is a fenced-in, off-leash park where your pooch is free to roam around. The grass is soft under your pup’s paws and there is plenty of seating for owners. The trees provide a nice amount of shade. You will need to bring your own water and doggy waste bags for easier cleanup. Something to keep in mind is that, to enter this park, you will need a key card, which requires a membership.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 991/sq mi

    #2 Stable Chase Estates


    This Indianapolis neighborhood is located 20 miles from Franklin and is home to the Paul Ruster Bark Park. This off-leash, fenced-in dog park has plenty of room for your pup can roam around freely. There are two separate areas that are fenced in where your pooch can enjoy play time, as well as benches and shade trees for added comfort. You will need to bring water and supplies for cleaning up after your pooch. Something to keep in mind is the park requires a pass to have access. You can pick up a day pass for just $5, or you can get a yearly membership. To acquire one, just visit the park office. Be sure to show proof that your furry friend is vaccinated.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,736/sq mi

    #3 South Sherman


    In this quaint Indianapolis neighborhood, you'll find The Smock Bark Park, an off-leash park that's loved by locals. The surface is some grass mixed with some wood chips. Your pooch can explore all of the terrain or even make other canine friends. Seating and shade trees are available for a more comfortable visit. You will need to pack water and supplies for cleaning up after your canine pal. Like many dog parks within Indianapolis, this one also requires you to obtain a pass before you visit. Head to the Perry Park office to buy one.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,998/sq mi

    #4 Legacy


    This neighborhood has just the place for you and your pooch to enjoy a day of fun! It is located 10 miles from Franklin, Indiana and is home to the Four Paws Dog Park at University Park in Greenwood. Your best fur-iend is free to explore at this off-leash dog park. There are beautiful oak benches for owners to enjoy while sitting under the shade. If your canine pal gets thirsty, water fountains are provided; you'll just need to bring your own bowl. Fido will have a blast playing on all of the agility equipment here! You'll need to purchase a membership to visit this park, though.

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    Population Density 1,070/sq mi

    #5 South


    Hankering for a hike? Head just 10 miles away from Franklin to South Greenwood, where you'll find Tracy Trail. This trail is an easy 1.5-mile hike that's part of the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy program. This program takes old rail lines and converts them into community walking trails. The trail is paved so you will want to keep an eye on your pal's paws, especially in the summer. Don't fur-get to bring some water and supplies for cleaning up after your pooch. What are you waiting for? Put on your walking shoes, grab Fido’s leash, and set out for a relaxing hike together!

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