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Lewisville, Indiana is a small community that embraces its history. There isn't a lot to do in this cozy locale, but there is a lot of nature to explore, which is sure to make your hound happy! There aren't any vet clinics in town, but you'll find a few options in nearby Kingstown, just 9 miles away.
One of the first places you and your dog should visit is Lewisville Community Park. This is a decent-sized park that has a ton of features. The community often gathers here for events, and the buildings are open for residents to rent for parties. You can bring your dog with you to explore all parts of the park, and even to some community events, as long as she is on a leash. Bring the whole family and make a day of it! Your kids can let loose on the playground while you cook up something delicious on the picnic grills.
For a more private option, you can visit National Road Heritage Trail. This Rails-to-Trails segment has two parts in Lewisville. Both sections total about five miles. This trail, which follows the old rail line, has some furtastic views for you and Fido to enjoy along the way!
Lewisville, Indiana is a quiet community that's just a short drive away from dog-friendly fun!
Lee's Famous Fried Chicken is the place to go for chicken. This local chain restaurant is only 8 miles from Lewisville, in New Castle, IN. You can choose from a variety of sauces and sides, and your leashed dog can even join you at the outdoor tables! Just remember to bring a water bowl. After you and your hound are finished chowing down on some delicious fried chicken, why not walk it off at Baker Park? Leashed dogs are welcome to explore here with their owners. Locals note that this park is kept clean and tidy -- so bring plenty of waste bags to help keep it that way!
The White River Greenway Trail follows along The White River and is a beautiful trail full of wildlife for you and Fido to watch. This trail also provides access to all of Muncie's parks along the way. You and your dog can walk this five-mile trail as long as you keep your buddy on a leash. It is your responsibility to clean up after your dog as well, so don't forget to bring your doggie waste bags. This is a natural trail which doesn't provide any drinking water amenities, so be sure to bring your own water. You can hop on this trail from Westside Park in Muncie's Westside neighborhood.
The Cardinal Greenway in Muncie is about half an hour from Lewisville. Though it does cross paths with The White River Trail, it's a completely different trail system. Instead of being a nature trail, this one takes you through the city and the historic neighborhoods of Muncie. The entire Cardinal Greenway trail is actually 61 miles that stretches throughout three cities. You and your dog will pawsitively love walking this trail and learning about Muncie's history. There are even pet-friendly stops along the way. You need a leash for this trail, and you will have to bring your own doggie waste bags as well. You can access this trail from McCulloch Park.
Emerson Dog Park in Muncie, about thirty miles away, is a pawesome place to bring your dog for some off-leash fun. You can feel comfortable letting your dog off her leash thanks to the park's double-gated entrance system. There are water sources in both the small and large dog pens. The benches are situated under a large shade tree. On each trash can, you will find doggie waste bags for your use. You and your dog will agree that this park is simply barktasic! There is so much to do here that this park will easily become your new favorite spot to play.
After exploring all Muncie's furrific parks and trails, you and your pooch will probably be hungry. Paw on over to the heart of Muncie to find a few dog-friendly restaurants! Your first stop should be Vera Mae's Bistro, which serves fine American cuisine in an upscale setting. After you finish your meal, don't forget to grab an order of Vera Mae's Bread Pudding! Doggie diners are welcome on the patio. Not feeling very hungry and just want to enjoy a cold one? Head over to Heorot Pub & Draught House -- your designated doggie driver can even join you inside! (Just make sure your pup is leashed.)
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