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Dog Areas in Monrovia, IN

Monrovia is a town in Morgan County, Indiana with a population of nearly 1,500 people. The town was first plotted in 1834, and it is home to the Dutch Lake Bridge, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Monrovia is a great place to raise a family, and there are plenty of young families in the area. Of course, our furry children are essential family members too, and there are lots of dog-friendly activities in the area as well. There isn't a designated off-leash dog park in Monrovia, but there are some in nearby towns.

If you're looking for a dog-friendly activity near Monrovia that your whole family will enjoy, check out Eagle Creek Park in northwest Indianapolis. Eagle Creek Park is just a half-hour drive from Monrovia, and it's the sixth largest city park in America. There are miles of hiking trails within Eagle Creek Park, and your dog can accompany you on any of them as long as they remain on a leash. If your dog is up for some off-leash fun, there's also a five-acre off-leash dog park within Eagle Creek Park. The dog park does require paying a small fee to get a pass for access, but the rest of the park is free to use. You and Rover will love experiencing Monrovia and all the nearby activities together!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Monrovia, IN

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    Population Density 835/sq mi

    #1 West Avon

    Avon, Indiana is just 15 miles north of Monrovia and about a 25-minute drive away. In western Avon, there's a place called the Avon-Township Paw Park, and you and your pup should definitely sniff it out! This wonderful park requires a Paw Pass to enter, which costs $10 a day per dog or $50 a year per dog. The Paw Park has a section for dogs under 32 pounds and another for bigger dogs, and there is also plenty of agility equipment in the park. This park is fully fenced in, and it also has convenient seating and lots of shelters as well.
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    Population Density 2,109/sq mi

    #2 Plainfield Town Center

    The town of Plainfield, Indiana is 12 miles north of Monrovia, and only a 15-minute drive. Right in the heart of town, there's a place called the Plainfield Dog Park, which is the pawfect place for Fido to play off-leash! Like most dog parks in the area, this one requires you to purchase a membership before you can visit. Annual memberships range from $20-$40 a year per dog, and this fee goes toward maintaining the dog park to keep it a fun place for everyone. This large park has agility equipment, seating, waste disposal materials, water, and separate sections for big and small dogs.
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    Population Density 2,831/sq mi

    #3 Broad Ripple

    About 30 miles from Monrovia is the neighborhood of Broad Ripple in northern Indianapolis. Broad Ripple has its own dog park, and it's a nice space where dogs of all sizes can interact in an off-leash environment. This park also requires purchasing a Pooch Pass that gives you access to all four of the dog parks that are part of the CCZs (Canine Companion Zones) in Indianapolis. The park provides owners with plenty of doggie waste bags, and there's also seating available throughout the park. The Broad Ripple Dog Park is known for having friendly visitors, so you and your dog are both sure to make some new friends!
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    Population Density 1,635/sq mi

    #4 County Line

    Smock Bark Park is half an hour away from Monrovia, where southern Indianapolis divides into Greenwood, Indiana. This park is one of the parks in the area that requires purchasing an annual Pooch Pass to enter, or if you're just passing through, you can purchase a day pass for $5. Smock Bark Park opened in 2011, and it is open from dawn to dusk every day. It has become a really pawpular place in the community where both dogs and humans meet new friends. It isn't divided into big and small dog sections, but there is plenty of space for all dogs to play safely. 
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    Population Density 4,840/sq mi

    #5 Central Beech Grove

    The Sarah T. Bolton Park is a 32-acre park in central Beech Grove, Indiana. This park is less than a half-hour drive from Monrovia, and within the park is a separate, one-acre dog park! This dog park is known as the Paw Patch Dog Park, and not only is it an entirely fenced, off-leash area with waste disposal stations, but it also has lots of shade and seating available to keep humans comfortable. You will need to purchase a membership to get the key code to enter this park. Throughout the rest of the park, you'll find playgrounds and picnic facilities, so bring the whole family!
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