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Dog Areas in New Castle, IN

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New Castle, Indiana is close to Indianapolis and sits in Henry County. If you're looking for a quaint, country locale, look no fur-ther. This city was once a hub for manufacturing; today, its agricultural landscape contributes to its natural beauty. It's also home to the New Castle Fieldhouse, which is the largest high school gymnasium in the world!

The city of New Castle is home to a whole host of dog-friendly activities and events that are scheduled all year round. You can visit the official City of New Castle website to see which dog-friendly events are happening while you're in town. Some puptastic events include dog shows, adoption events, and so much more!

There is also a great store that you and your canine friend can visit in this city: the pet-friendly Tractor Supply Company. As long as your pooch is on a leash, they are welcome to shop alongside you. This store sells agriculture items, tools, dog food, leashes, gardening equipment, and several other useful items. You and your pup will be able to shop together and get everything you need right in this store!

Unfortunately, New Castle doesn't have much else in the way of dog-friendly amenities, but the muttropolis of Indianapolis is just a short drive away, and has a lot more activities for you and your pal.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Castle, IN

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 204/sq mi

    #1 South New Castle


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is home to the Bark Park, which is located inside Baker Park. This off-leash dog park is fenced in for added safety. There is an annual fee to visit this park that can be paid through the local Humane Society.  You must show proof that your pooch has been spayed or neutered, along with their dog license. The park does have separate sections for different sized dogs, and the surface is grassy with some dirt. There are benches for owners to sit on and watch their canine pals play. If your pooch gets too hot, there are plenty of shade trees here. The park also provides doggie waste bags and water for your pooch. You and your canine friend will have a blast at this dog park!

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 449/sq mi

    #2 Westside


    This Muncie neighborhood, located 19 miles from New Castle, is home to the White River Greenway (Muncie) Trail. This is a 5.6-mile trial that is part of Rails-to-Trails, which means it was an old rail line that has been transformed into a puptastic walking trail! This trail runs next to the White River and is made of asphalt. There are several benches along the trail, as well as trees for shade. It is not a long hike and is fairly easy to navigate. You will want to remember to bring water in case you or your pup get thirsty. Grab your pup’s leash and put on your walking shoes for a fun day of hiking!

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,862/sq mi

    #3 West Anderson


    This neighborhood is located 28 miles northwest of New Castle, and is home to the Canine Companion Corral. If you want to visit this park, you must have a pass, which you can get from the City Parks Department. This off-leash dog park is completely fenced in, and has about one acre for your pooch to explore. There are obstacles for your canine pal to play on with his new fur-iends. Remember to bring water for you and your pup, along with doggy waste bags for cleaning up. The surface of the park is grassy, and there are trees for shade. Your pooch will enjoy sniffing all of this new territory and you will have a blast watching him! Put him on a leash if you plan to explore outside the dog park, though.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 34/sq mi

    #4 West Lewisville


    If you and your pooch are looking for a great place to hike, this neighborhood has just the trail for you! The National Road Heritage Trail-Henry County is a former rail line that is part of the Rails-To-Trails program. The trail is 5 miles long and the surface is crushed stone. The landscape is mainly rural, and there are plenty of trees for shade along the way. You will want to bring water along for both you and your pooch, along with some doggie waste bags for cleaning up. Lace up your hiking shoes and prepare to make pawesome memories with your pal here!

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 231/sq mi

    #5 North Franklin Street


    This Greenfield neighborhood, located 29 miles from New Castle, has a great park for you and your pal to explore together. The Rover’s Run Bark Park is a completely fenced-in, off-leash dog park. This park requires a membership and proof that your canine pal has had his rabies shots. The price of the membership is $40 per year for residents, and $10 more for non-residents. A water station is provided at this park, so don't fret if you forget to bring some. The Bark Park is located within the larger Beckenholdt Park, which your pal will need to be on leash to explore.

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