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Dog Areas in Greenfield, IN

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Greenfield, Indiana is a warm and inviting city in Hancock County. There are several parks and nature preserves in Greenfield that you can bring your dog to enjoy.  With numerous hiking trails to venture through, your dog will be sure to have a fun time whizzing around trees and smelling the places where wildlife visited. There are five pet-friendly places to stay in Greenfield. The local Holiday in Express is rated five bones for pet service and rates, but there are other housing options too such as Airbnb options.

Greenfield also offers three pet-friendly restaurants that serve a variety of American comfort food at an affordable price. One of the most noted restaurants is actually an amazing donut shop! Nearby in other cities, there are more dog-friendly activities and restaurants to add a larger variety for your dog.  Indianapolis, Indiana is one of the larger neighboring cities of Greenfield that takes around thirty minutes to get to. If you are looking for a smaller city to stay in with potential to visit larger cities for shopping and a larger variety of dining, Greenfield is the perfect place!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Greenfield, IN

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 231/sq mi

    #1 Central Greenfield


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is located directly off the I-70 interstate and State Street. Rovers Run Dog Park is located on the grounds of Beckenholdt Park and features a safe, fenced in area where your pooch can romp around off-leash! Shade trees, walking paths, and a water station are also provided to those that pay the mandatory membership fee. Pennsy Trail-Greenfield-NRHT is part of a nationwide conservation project that recycles old railroads to be used as recreational and local activity trails; leashed dogs are always welcome to take advantage of these spaces. 

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 991/sq mi

    #2 Cedar Springs

    Situated along Interstates 465 and 70, this neighborhood is very accessible and is just a short 15-minute drive from Greenfield. Paul Ruster Bark Park gives local dogs the opportunity to play and exercise in a fun and safe off-leash environment; up to date vaccinations and licensing are required in order to get a membership. Comes with two fenced in areas, shade, seating, and waste bins! Indianapolis World Sports Park has some open areas and walking paths that on-leash dogs are permitted to enjoy, and the local PetSmart provides local pups with their food, toys and treats!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,522/sq mi

    #3 Lawrence

    Another conveniently located community, Lawrence is adjacent to Interstate 465 and Interstate 70 where you can find plenty of shopping, dining, and recreation! Waggin’ Tails Bark Park at Louis Jenn Memorial Park is a interactive dog park that requires a yearly membership to ensure the safety of the pups utilizing the space and amenities. The park comes with obstacle courses, water fountains, and benches! If you’re wanting to snag a bite to eat but don’t want to have to take Fido all the way home, Porter Books & Bread, Art’s Skillet, and Los Rancheros allow doggies to dine on their deck and patio areas.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,739/sq mi

    #4 Beech Grove

    The city of Beech Grove is another locale in the area that is easily accessible from Interstates 465, 74, and 65, about 25 miles from Greenfield. Paw Patch Dog Park at Sarah T. Bolton Park is a beautiful puppy play space that provides plenty of space and shade for you dog to run around and exhaust themselves in! Edwards Drive-in Restaurant, Rock-Cola 50’s Café, and Coal Yard Coffee are the local food and beverage establishments in the area that accommodate dogs. Visiting the area with Fido? America’s Best Value Inn and local Airbnb providers have dog-friendly rooms.
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    Population Density 5,805/sq mi

    #5 Central Indianapolis

    This urban mecca of Indiana is located a half an hour away via I-70 from Greenfield. Strangely enough, there aren’t any dog parks within downtown Indianapolis, but don’t let that stop you from having a pawesome day here! After all, there are more than enough eateries in downtown that cater to your canine companion. You and your pal will be spoiled for choice here. Patachou on the Park, Claddagh Irish Pub, Palomino, Slippery Noodle Inn, and Bazbeaux Pizza are just a few of more than 15 restaurants in downtown which welcome your darling dog to enjoy a meal with you!
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