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Dog Areas in Morristown, IN

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Morristown, Indiana is a small, quaint town with a surprising history. Back in World War II, many of Indiana's residents left to aid the war effort, which caused a labor shortage. To solve the problem, the state decided to fill the vacancies with Italian prisoners of war being held at Camp Atterbury. As the number of prisoners grew, and German prisoners of war were also added to the mix, additional, smaller camps were established around the state. Morristown was the site of one of these smaller camps, which housed 400 prisoners who worked at 17 canning facilities. You can learn more about the town's history at the local library.

Today, Morristown is a quiet, peaceful locale that provides the perfect escape from city life. Unsurprisingly, there aren't any dog parks here, and you won't find any big-city amenities. However, you'll find plenty of off-leash dog parks and quality veterinary clinics within a short drive of town. Indianapolis is also just 45 minutes away, so you and Fido can take a doggie day trip into the city any time you like!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Morristown, IN

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    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #1 North Franklin Street

    Greenfield is only about ten miles from Morristown, but if you are looking for a dog park, it is well worth the drive. You'll need to obtain a permit to play at Rover's Run, but visitors are able to obtain a day pass. The park has all kinds of things for your dog to enjoy, including a paved walkway where you and your leashed pup can get some exercise. The park provides both doggie waste bags and fresh drinking water, so all you need to bring is plenty of energy to burn! This park is popular with the locals, so you'll probably run into local dog owners walking their dogs. Prepare to make some new pals!
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    Population Density 393/sq mi

    #2 Main Street

    Frosty Boy in New Palestine is a great place to take a break after a long day of play, or just to treat your favorite furry friend to a little something special! Just make sure that you bring a leash with you, because doggie diners must be leashed here. From slushies to smoothies and even cones, this sweet spot has everything you need to cool off after a long day of being outside. You can satisfy your sweet tooth with just a quick ten-minute drive from Morristown. This Fido-friendly eatery also serves classic American fare, like burgers and fries.
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    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #3 State Street

    Jack's Donuts is the best place to grab a cup of coffee and a donut with your dog in the morning. This local Indiana chain has been open in Greenfield since 1961. You can grab a dozen caramel nut rolls to-go, or sit at one of the outdoor tables with a tiger's tail and cup of coffee. The locals love this place, which can mean a long line, but the staff is quick to serve and the line moves fast. Come on over and grab a sweet treat! You and your dog will be so glad that you did. Just remember to bring a leash, and good luck resisting those puppy dog eyes Spot is sure to pull!
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    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #4 Morristown Pike

    Greenfield has a unique trail system with a history all its own. The Pennsy Trail is a long, nine-mile trail that used to be the Pennsylvania Railroad. That isn't the interesting part, though; we all know that Rails-to-Trails has done amazing work on the old rail lines. The interesting part is that this former railroad corridor was the route Abraham Lincoln's body was transported along after his assassination. The trail is paved, but you will want to bring lots of water for you and your dog. You do need to keep your dog on a leash for your entire stay as well. This trail is thirty miles from Morristown.
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    Population Density 2,776/sq mi

    #5 Broad Ripple

    You will need to purchase a Paw Pass to come and play at the Broad Ripple Dog Park in Indianapolis. There is a fee to play, but if you are just visiting the area, you can get a day pass at a discount. All the local pet parents seem to really love this park. It is a large dog park with two separate areas for large and small dogs. There is running water at the fountains. Of course, you will need to clean up after your dog, but there are doggie waste bags at all the trash cans. Although dogs can play off-leash in the dog park, you'll need to keep Fido on a leash when entering or exiting the park.
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