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Dog Areas in Markleville

2 Parks
1 Trail
10 Shops
1 Groomer

Markleville, Indiana is a quiet community located in Adams Township. With a population of just over 500, it comes as no surprise that this quaint locale isn't exactly packed with dog-friendly amenities like off-leash parks and restaurants. Don't fret, though -- you and your precious pooch are still sure to find something to do nearby! If your furry friend requires vet care, we've got some bad news: the only vet clinics in town serve horses. But there's some good news! You can find plenty of options for both emergency and specialty care in nearby Pendleton.

Visiting in the fall? If you and your pooch aren't afraid of things that go bump in the night, check out Trails of Terror. While this haunted house attraction is most pawpular around Halloween, it also offers off-season tours which are dog-friendly. You will need to call ahead to make reservations. Be aware that this is an intense tour which isn't suitable for easily frightened dogs. Children under ten are not allowed.

For something more family-friendly, head on over to the community park. The walking trail which circles the park is dog-friendly, and the playground is open to all kids (except the furry ones, un-fur-tunately). There are water fountains as well.

You and Fido will fall head over tail for Markleville!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Markleville

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 240/sq mi

    #1 Western Village

    48
    If your pooch needs to let loose in a dog park, then you only need to travel about ten miles to find one. The Canine Companion Corral requires a pass to get in -- just go by City Hall to get a visitor's pass. The park has agility equipment that is both fun and easy to use. The water stations are always clean, and doggie waste baggies are supplied, making those necessary pick-ups a snap. Tired pet owners will certainly appreciate the benches where they can relax while watching their pups play. You and Fido will have a ball here -- a tennis ball, that is!
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 835/sq mi

    #2 South Anderson

    36

    While you and your pup are adventuring in Anderson, you're bound to get hungry, so when the bellies start growling, paw over to Greek's Pizzeria. This local pizza chain is off the chain! Here, you can get your favorite pie loaded down with your favorite toppings. Your leashed dog can join you at any of the outside tables, or you could always get your pizza to-go and find a park to have a picnic. This dog-friendly spot is located on the outskirts of Anderson, much closer to Markleville, which makes it the pawfect pit stop on the way back home!

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #3 North Franklin Street

    24
    If your pup doesn't mind taking long car journeys, you'd be barking mad not to make the 20-mile trip to Greenfield. This is the home of Rover's Run Dog Park, located within  Beckenholdt Park. This members-only park is just the place to bring your dog to run and play. It is very well-maintained and provides everything you need -- from fresh water to cleaning supplies, it's all here. You can play fetch or relax on one of the benches in the shade. The park is an off-leash park with double gates so you don't have to worry about your dog trying to escape.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 451/sq mi

    #4 Northview

    12
    A little bit further away -- ruffly 25 miles -- is the muttropolis of Muncie. The Bark Park at ARF is a great place to let your dog get some exercise while still helping the community. You'll need to register your dog and pay the small fee to get in, but all the proceeds go back toward maintaining the shelter and feeding the dogs. This well-maintained park is safely fenced, so no need to worry about your little tearaway. You'll find water, cleaning supplies, and even a few toys to play with here. You can let your dog off their leash once you are within the gate.
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #5 Central Greenfield

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    The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy is a national non-profit that turns former rail corridors into pet-friendly walking trails. One such trail, the Pennsy Trail, is unique because the former railroad transported none other than Abraham Lincoln's body from Washington to his home in Kentucky. You can enjoy a peaceful walk along the trail, which is about six miles. Along the way, you'll see farmland and parts of downtown. You will need to keep your dog on a leash at all times, and you will need to bring your own water with you. Don't forget that you must always clean up after your dog while you are on your adventure.
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