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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Maple Valley, IN

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,522/sq mi

    #1 Indianapolis

    48

    This neighborhood is located about 31 miles from Maple Valley, IN. The Waggin’ Tails Bark Park at Louis Jenn Memorial Park is an off-leash dog park that requires a membership. For locals, it is $40 per year, and for others, it is $50 per year. It is a very well-kept park with lush, green grass. This park only allows a certain amount of memberships, making sure the park will never be too crowded. Your pup will love playing on the obstacle course equipment, and there are also water fountains provided for the owners and dogs. There are places for shade, and you will need to bring your own waste bags. Grab your pal’s favorite toy, and enjoy a day of fun.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,640/sq mi

    #2 Broad Ripple Indianapolis

    36

    This neighborhood is located in Indianapolis, IN and is not far from Maple Valley, IN. It is home to the Broad Ripple Dog Park, which is a fenced-in dog park that allows dogs to play off their leashes. Your pup will have a great time exploring this park. There are mainly wood chips in the play area, along with some trees for shade. The park provides waste stations and doggy waste bags, too. You will have to pay for a pass to get into this park, and your pooch must be vaccinated. Make sure to bring water in case your pal gets thirsty.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 991/sq mi

    #3 Prospect Indianapolis

    24

    This little neighborhood is located in Indianapolis, IN, which is about 31 miles from Maple Valley, IN. The Paul Ruster Bark Park is located here, and it does require a pass to access the park. You can get your pass at the park office, and your pooch needs to be vaccinated. The passes are $5 a day, but they also offer yearly memberships. Your pup will have a fun time running free in this off-leash dog park. There are two big, fenced-in areas for your pup to explore. There are also benches and shade for the hotter days. You will need to bring water and doggy waste bags with you. If your pooch gets bored running around, there are also trails that you can walk on. Just remember they are paved, so if it’s hot, your pup’s paws will get hot, too.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,736/sq mi

    #4 East Indianapolis

    12

    This dog-friendly neighborhood is home to the Smock Bark Park, which is an off-leash dog park. This is a very large park where your pup can be free to sniff everything and explore the whole area. This park does require a pass to visit, and one can be purchased at the Perry Park office. The terrain is mostly wood chips along with some grass. There are a few trees for shade if your pooch needs to lie down to rest. You will need to bring your own water and doggy waste bags. Grab a ball, and head on over to this great park.

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    Population Density 2,891/sq mi

    #5 Elkhorn Indianapolis

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    This neighborhood is located in Indianapolis, IN and is not far from Maple Valley, IN. It is home to the Eagle Creek Park, which has many hiking trails available for you and your canine friend. Your dog needs to be on a leash when visiting this well-maintained park. You will have to purchase a key card to get into the park, and you can get one of these once you provide proof that your pooch has been vaccinated. The trails are very nice and mostly paved. There are plenty of trees for shade, and your pooch will have a delightful time with all of the smells he will experience along the way. There are also water fountains throughout the park, but you will need to bring your own doggy waste bags.

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