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Dog Areas in Muncie

1 Park
2 Trails
18 Eateries
1 Groomer

Muncie, Indiana was first incorporated back in 1865, and it has since established thriving arts, culture, and sporting industries, and it is also one of the best places in all of Indiana for exploring the outdoors and what the state has to offer. Close to 70,000 people live in Muncie, many of whom are students as Muncie is a popular college town. Muncie experiences all four seasons, but no matter the time of year, there is always something going on both indoors and outdoors.

The Cowing Park neighborhood of Muncie is named after the large park in the area with plenty of green space, trees, and sporting facilities like basketball hoops, tennis courts, and a playground. You will also find a delicious restaurant called Greek's Pizzeria in the Cowing Park area. Here, you can munch on Italian food with a Greek twist, like their pizza with a special Greek sauce, and they have two outdoor dog-friendly tables, so you don't need to leave Fido at home when you grab a slice. Whether it's taking in a sporting event, walking a scenic trail, or dining at a dog-friendly restaurant, there is so much to do in Muncie with your dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Muncie

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,281/sq mi

    #1 Sky Park

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    Sky Park is a popular neighborhood in Muncie with many restaurants to try and shops to visit. It is also where the Bark Park at ARF is found, and this a must-visit park for you and Spot to try out. This double-gated park has separate areas for big and small dogs, as well as plenty of seating, shade, and water to keep you and your dog comfortable. The park is one acre of pure, off-leash fun, and there is even a large pirate ship play structure that your dog will love to explore with the doggie friends he's sure to meet.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,867/sq mi

    #2 Whitely

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    Whitely is a large community in central Muncie that is surrounded by parks and is very family-friendly. It is also where you can access the Cardinal Greenway Trail. This trail was once a railway line, but after it was abandoned, it was converted into part of a network of 1,600 trails spanning America, all created from former railway lines. This portion of the trail is 61 miles and paved with asphalt -- perfecting for strolling along with your dog! Most of the trail is quite flat and it takes you through all sorts of landscapes, from farming communities and parks to industrial areas.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,081/sq mi

    #3 Westridge

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    Another trail in the Rails-to-Trails network is known as the White River Greenway, and it can be accessed in the Westridge area of Muncie. This portion is only 5.6 miles, but packed into that short span is some of the most beautiful scenery in the area. This trail follows the White River and walking alongside it will be peaceful and relaxing for you while Fido will enjoy sniffing his way along the trail at your side. The trail also passes through residential communities and several parks where you can stop and take a break or let your human children play at the playground.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,325/sq mi

    #4 Robinwood Estates

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    The neighborhood of Robinwood Estates in Muncie is a quiet, beautiful, and peaceful part of the city that many love to call home. If you're in the area and looking for a bite to eat somewhere your dog can join you, check out Cammack Station. This casual American eatery has seven outdoor tables where your dog is welcome to be at your side. They serve dishes like juicy burgers, chicken, and fish. For dessert, you can munch on one of their specialty sundaes. The building Cammack Station resides in was built in the 1930s, but since the former grocery store was converted into a restaurant in 2007, it has become a neighborhood staple.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,448/sq mi

    #5 Anthony

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    The community of Anthony is found in northwest Muncie, not far from Ball State University. Here, you'll find the Damask Cafe which is a friendly and popular place you won't want to miss out on when you are in the area and looking for a bite to eat! This Eastern Mediterranean Grill has several outdoor tables where your beloved doggie can join you while you dig into dishes like curry fritters, lamb kebobs, gyro, or kufta or their Baklava for dessert. When your meal is done, take a stroll around the neighborhood with your pooch and take in the sights Muncie has to offer.
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