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Dog Areas in Nappanee

Nappanee is a city in Indiana that is known for having the longest city name in the USA that contains each letter twice! It is thought that Nappanee means "flour." The city has a lot of places listed on the National Register of Historic Places, such as the Frank and Katharine Coppes House, Arthur Miller House, and Stahly–Nissley–Kuhns Farm. 

Nappanee is a furrific place to live or visit with a pup! When it comes to veterinary care, the city has three veterinary institutions that will take great care of your pooch in case you need it. It also offers some unique dog-friendly activities that you won't find anywhere else!

If you and Fido are looking for something a little different to do, Nappanee has just the place! Its most pawpular tourist attraction, Amish Acres Historic Farm and Heritage Resort, celebrates the Amish lifestyle and is home to all sorts of activities, including dining, theatre, kids' activities, and so much more! The Inn at Amish Acres welcomes canine guests and charges a pet fee of $25 per stay. Don't forget to stop by the Amish Acres Restaurant Barn while you're here, where you can enjoy their award-winning recipes while sitting with your dog on the patio. Bone Appetit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Nappanee

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    Population Density 1,651/sq mi

    #1 North Nappanee

    Although Nappanee is small, it takes good care of its canines! You'll find a pawfectly good park in North Nappanee called Nappanee Dog Park. You'll need to obtain a membership before playing at this park, and you can rest easy knowing that your dog can play safely here. There are divided zones for small and large doggos, and water fountains are also provided, so just make sure to bring your dog's bowl. Pet parents can relax on one of the benches while they supervise their pooches. The regulars organize volunteer clean-ups that keep the park well-maintained; practice good "petiquette" and do your bit to keep it that way!
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    Population Density 920/sq mi

    #2 North Goshen

    A dog-friendly place to swim and cool off is an important part of any park, especially during the summer months. If you want to provide that kind of experience for your dog, visit the Robert L. Nelson Dog Park, located around 14 miles away from Nappanee. The 4-acre park includes three separate fenced areas: one for small dogs, one for large dogs, and one area with a pond. Membership is required to use the park. There is even a sprinkler system in the park, as well as some trees, a shelter structure, and plenty of space for playing! Make sure you bring a towel with you. 
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    Population Density 573/sq mi

    #3 East Mishawaka

    24 miles away from Nappanee, you'll find Margaret Prickett Dog Park. This off-leash, fenced park is located in Mishawaka. There are spacious, separate areas for small and large breeds here. The park is well-maintained and clean, which adds a lot to the experience. This park is a combination of open spaces and wooded, hilly areas that will make it more intriguing for your pup. Water is provided, and there are benches for the canines' best friends. There are a couple of trees that provide a bit of shade, as well as water bowls for thirsty pups. Don't furget to bring some waste bags!
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    Population Density 1,465/sq mi

    #4 Rum Village


    You and Fido would be barking mad to miss Rum Village Park! Located around 27 miles away from Nappanee, this place is just pawfect for those of you who don't want a simple dog park experience but need a little bit more. You'll have a blast hiking with your leashed dog on the 4 miles of trails that go through scenic wooded areas. Your pup can channel his inner beast and run on the hills or roll in the muddy areas. Don't forget to pack plenty of supplies, including fresh water and waste baggies so you can keep the place clean. Oh, and as of 2017, Rum Village Park is planning to build a dog park! Watch this space!

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    Population Density 2,590/sq mi

    #5 Northeast South Bend


    Looking for a dog park in the vicinity that has free entrance, provides access to fresh water, and has free disposable baggies for cleaning up after your pooch? You should pawsitively check out the Niles Ave Bark Park! The park is around 29 miles from Nappanee and is safely fenced. Socialization for both you and your pup will be easy since this park is adored by the locals! This park, like most, features two separate sections for large and small breeds. Kind pet owners and visitors have donated toys to the park, so no need to worry if you forget to bring Fido's ball!

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