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Dog Areas in Lanesville

Who doesn't love tiny towns full of character? The small town of Lanesville is located within Franklin Township in Harrison County, Indiana. The town is only 0.52 square miles in size.

Although Lanesville is a small town without any parks of its own, it is located near the Indiana-Kentucky border. Indiana is a state full of flat, lush, green land, whereas Kentucky is a semi-southern state with lots of charm and plenty of hilly areas.

Lanesville is also near plenty of larger towns, such as Louisville in Kentucky, so you and your pup can rest assured that dog-friendly fun is never far away! If you don't want to go to Louisville and prefer a more natural setting, head to one of the many national parks nearby. At a short distance from Lanesville is the Hoosier National Forest, Big Oaks Wildlife Refuge, Brown County State Park, and many more.

Sometimes, the joy of living or passing through a small town is just what your pup needs. The peace and quiet coupled with the beauty of the great outdoors is really the best thing for the mind, body and soul. Plus, you are never a short drive away from a major city.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lanesville

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    Population Density 6,554/sq mi

    #1 Old Louisville

    Although it may sound kind of crazy to go to another state to take your pup to a dog park, the Old Louisville Dog Run in Kentucky is only a twenty-mile drive from Lanesville. This park is an incredible place for all pooches. It has a giant green space for dogs to run and play and even a kiddie pool for pups! In addition, this dog park also has water bowls, dog toys, and many amenities. You can leave everything, including doggie poop bags and leashes, at home. Just take your pooch and watch him run and play!
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    Population Density 6,554/sq mi

    #2 Cherokee Seneca

    Also located in Louisville, Kentucky are two more parks that you can take your pooch to -- Dog Hill and Cherokee Park. As you may have guessed, one of these parks is a dog park -- Dog Hill. This off-leash park is often called a doggie heaven by pet owners who frequent the park. Although it is not fenced, it is a huge park with plenty of open space. When you're done at this park, head to Cherokee Park. This beautiful, fully landscaped park has plenty of picnic areas, a scenic walking path and a lake. It is one of the most beautiful parks in the area.
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    Population Density 105/sq mi

    #3 White Cloud

    The best part about living in Indiana is the natural beauty that surrounds each and every town. The Harrison-Crawford State Forest is a large group of protected forests almost forty square miles in size. This huge nature preserve has plenty of beauty, greenery and trees where you and your pooch can walk, hike, run and get some fresh air. Just make sure you take your own food and water and doggie poop bags. In addition, it is important to keep your pup on a leash, because the forest is incredibly large and it's way too easy for your pup to get lost.
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    Population Density 3,438/sq mi

    #4 Cherokee Gardens

    Cherokee Gardens in Louisville is home to beautiful houses and quiet sidewalks perfect for a walk. Sometimes, though, you just have to get your pup out of the house and let them run wild and free. If you feel like your pooch is getting a little stir crazy, drive half an hour to Cochran Hill Dog Run in Louisville. This wonderful park is a pawesome place to take your dog to run and play. It is a large park with many trees for shade and even a gazebo. The park is always full of other pooches so your pup will get to make friends and socialize. Just make sure you take your own poop bags.
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    Population Density 153/sq mi

    #5 Williams

    Although Hoosier National Forest is approximately an hour away from Lanesville, the drive is well worth it. This gigantic forest has four large sections spanning approximately 202,814 acres. You will find an abundance of trails for hiking and walking, as well as campgrounds and scenic views. According to locals, the forest has beautiful weather year-round and plenty of open space and hidden paths to explore. Consider making a weekend of it and camping out with a good book and plenty of snacks. Always remember to keep your pup on a leash at all times. You don't want to spend a weekend searching for your lost pooch!
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