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Dog Areas in Frankton

Frankton is a small town in Indiana which was incorporated in 1871. This is a small but close-knit community that, unfortunately, doesn’t have much to offer dogs and their owners. But dog owners don’t need to despair! You’ll find plenty of dog-friendly spaces and activities just a short drive away, in nearby cities and towns.

Anderson, Indiana has plenty of op-paw-tunities for dog-friendly fun! Whether you’re looking for a chance to get some exercise, rest your weary heads at a pet-friendly hotel, or grab a bite to eat with your pooch by your side, Anderson has got you covered.

Noblesville is another nearby city with lots of dog-friendly options, particularly restaurants, so if you and your hound like to chow down, Noblesville is where you need to be! Looking for the pawfect day trip destination? Head into the muttropolis of Indianapolis, just an hour away from Frankton.

Although Frankton doesn’t have many dog-friendly amenities of its own, you’ll find plenty in the vicinity that are worth barking about!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Frankton

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    Population Density 2,862/sq mi

    #1 Anderson

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    Anderson, Indiana is located just 14 miles from Frankton, and is home to a pawesome off-leash dog park called Canine Companion Corral. This 1-acre park is the perfect spot to enjoy a day of play! You’ll need to obtain a pass from the city’s parks department in order to visit, though. Be sure to bring water and doggie waste bags with you, as they aren’t provided here. Anderson is also home to several pet-friendly lodging options in case you need a place to stay that’s close to Frankton; each has its own pet fees and policies.
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    Population Density 473/sq mi

    #2 Noblesville Old Town

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    Noblesville is known for its dog-friendly restaurants, but it’s also home to the White River Greenway-Noblesville Trail, which is the perfect place to burn those extra calories. This paved 5.9-mile trail is part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. You’ll find several benches to rest along the way, but you’ll need to bring your own water and waste bags. Your pooch will need to stay on a leash here. Hungry? Check out Greek’s Pizzeria or Courtney’s Kitchen, or stop by one of several dog-friendly fast food chains for a quick bite.
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    Population Density 283/sq mi

    #3 Kokomo

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    The Nickel Plate Trail in Kokomo is located 39 miles northwest of Frankton, but the long drive is well worth it! The Kokomo section is just a small part of this 36.9-mile rail-trail, which runs along the former corridor of the Peru & Indianapolis Railroad. This trail is paved, so keep an eye on your pup’s paws on hot days to ensure they don’t burn. There’s plenty of shade along the trail, though, and you’ll also find open field areas to explore. Be sure to keep your pup on a leash here, and bring plenty of water with you.
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    Population Density 231/sq mi

    #4 Greenfield

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    Greenfield is a bit of a trek at an hour away from Frankton, but your pup will fall head over heels for Rover’s Run Dog Park. This off-leash dog park has plenty of grass to run and romp in, as well as walking trails to enjoy a casual, leashed stroll. You’ll need to obtain a membership to visit the park, and provide proof of your dog’s rabies vaccination. Residents of Greenfield pay $40 for an annual membership, while non-residents pay $50. You’ll also find the Pennsy Trail-Greenfield-NRHT in Greefield, a hiking trail that your leashed pup is welcome to walk with you.
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    Population Density 449/sq mi

    #5 Muncie

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    In Muncie, just 22 miles east of Frankton, you’ll find the Bark Park at ARF. Your pup will bark his praises when you take him to this off-leash dog park! Your pal is welcome to play in one of two separate areas based on his size. There’s also agility equipment where your pooch can train or just have a little extra fun. You can relax on a shaded bench while you watch your pup play. Water is provided here; you’ll just need to bring waste bags. Be sure to bring a leash, too, because this park has an access point for the Cardinal Greenway, a paved walking trail that your leashed pup is welcome to explore. You’ll need to purchase a membership, and show proof that your dog has been spayed or neutered and has a current rabies vaccination.
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