Lynn, Indiana, is a small town west of the Ohio state line. This town was established in 1838 and continues today to be a warm and welcoming town to residents and visitors alike. Pup-friendly throughout, your pawtastic friend will have the best of care at the Lynn Veterinary Hospital located here, in case the need arises.
You and your pup will enjoy visiting Lions Club Park where Fido is welcome on leash. This is a small park, but offers many amenities that are sure to please everyone. There are multiple sports courts and ball fields where you can take your pup on an extended walk or catch a ball game in action. Or just relax on the beautifully landscaped grounds. Why not take a blanket and relax the day away? There are also plenty of picnic tables to sit and enjoy lunch together in the park under the shade of the pavilions. If you like horseshoes, there is a court where you can challenge your friends to a quick game. Or how about trying your hand on the sand volleyball court?
Pack up your pup and head to Lynn for a great day!
In the South Winchester neighborhood of Winchester, you and your pawtastic pup will enjoy a visit to the Beeson Southside Park. Here you will find a dog park, just waiting for your fur-ever friend. Fido can join the gang and play off leash to his heart’s content. There are separate areas for both the large and small dogs. The park's other amenities include a picnic shelter, where you and Fido can enjoy lunch together, and a playground for the kiddies to enjoy. Restroom facilities and drinking fountains are located here. All you need to bring is mutt mitts!
Grab your pup and head to Goodrich Park in the Route 27/ E 100 South neighborhood of Winchester, just 9 miles northwest of Lynn. Amenities include a paved walking trail, which is perfectly suited to all pup-abilities, as well as a 5-acre native restoration area. Enjoy this special nature area with your fur-ever friend by taking a stroll. Binoculars and cameras are a must! Other park features include lighted tennis courts, a skateboard park and lots of ball fields. Be sure to pack plenty of water and snacks. Fido must remain on leash throughout this pristine park.
Northeast of Lynn 17 miles, in the West Union City neighborhood of Union City, you and your pup will find Harter Park. This park boasts of fur-iendly amenities which will keep you and Fido entertained. There are soccer fields, where he can romp on an extended leash and playground equipment for the kiddies. A horse arena offers many equestrian shows where you can watch them strut their stuff. For a nice stroll, hop on the 1-mile walking trail that meanders throughout the woods. If you are looking for an overnighter, there are pup-friendly campsites located here. Restrooms and drinking fountains are on site.
Head to the town of New Castle, 28 miles southwest of Lynn, for some great outdoor adventure together. The Summit Lake State Park boasts 2680 acres, as well as an 800-acre lake. Here you will find an abundance of boating, fishing and hiking opportunities just waiting for you and your pawtastic pup! There are four main trails which offer various terrain and hiking distances. Choose the Prairie Trail’s 2- mile path, rated as moderate, which rolls through the forest and prairies. Or try the Beach Trail, rated as easy, perfect for elderly pups, which has lake and open space views!
Looking for a great dog park? You will find the David M. Sonka Dog Park in the city of Parker City, 24 miles northwest of Lynn. There are 5 acres dedicated to your pawtastic pup and his friends, where he can romp to his heart’s content! This park has everything: shade pavilions, pup drinking fountains, and even an agility course! And small pups have their own area to strut their stuff as well! This park is adjacent to the Westcreek Disc Golf course which is a competitive 18 holes of fun! Let Fido carry your frisbees in a pup pack!