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Dog Areas in New Palestine

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Located about 20 miles east of Indianapolis, the town of New Palestine is a quiet community in a country setting. This area offers access to a range of outdoor amenities. If you need health care services for your pup, you'll find three veterinary clinics in the area.

Head to the north side of Fort Harrison State Park off Fall Creek Road to treat Spot to some off-leash exercise. There are some fenced areas where dogs can play and romp. Let your pup explore the fields and wooded areas here. You'll need to purchase an annual pass at the park office in the visitor center to gain access to the dog run. Proof of vaccinations is required.

A pawesome place to go exploring in the area is Grassy Creek Regional Park. This facility is located about 10.9 miles from town, and it includes a playground, picnic areas, athletic fields, and undeveloped space. Explore nature here with your special pal. Remember to keep your pooch on a leash. Bring water and waste bags with you. 

Take a long walk or jog with your four-footed friend on the Pennsy Trail. This paved pathway stretches for 5.6 miles across the south side of Greenfield. Keep your dog on a leash and pick up his waste.

New Palestine is near several pet-friendly outdoor recreational facilities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Palestine

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    Population Density 1,440/sq mi

    #1 Cedar Creek Estates

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    Cedar Creek Estates in northern New Palestine is a residential development with single-family homes and a church. There are sidewalks here where you and your furry pal can enjoy a stroll together. If you're looking for a place to go jogging with Spot, check out Sugar Creek Township Park on South 700 W, located about three miles to the west of town. This 88-acre facility includes a disc golf course, athletic fields, and a two-mile walking trail. After stretching your legs, enjoy a snack at one of the benches. Keep your pup on a leash and bring water and waste bags with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,580/sq mi

    #2 Main Street

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    The Main Street neighborhood includes small businesses, the area high school, a church, and some single-family homes. Take a walk around the block with your special pal to get some daily exercise. There's a pawesome facility located about six miles southwest of here. Head to Southeastway Park on South Carroll Road. You'll find a 2.5 -mile paved trail and several natural-surface pathways in the 188-acre nature park. Hike through prairie and forestland and have a picnic at one of the shelters in this pawtastic space. Remember to keep your pooch restrained on a leash and to clean up any messes.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,337/sq mi

    #3 Cedar Springs

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    Cedar Springs in Indianapolis is about 6.4 miles northwest of town. This residential development has private residences and is located just east of a wooded area. There are quiet lanes with sidewalks in the neighborhood where you and Spot can stretch your legs together. If you want to treat your fur-baby to some off-leash play time, take him to Paul Ruster Park off East Prospect Street. There are trails, a fenced dog run, a fishing lake, and more in this 82-acre facility. You'll need to provide proof of vaccinations and purchase a pooch pass at the Post Road Park Office to use the dog park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 451/sq mi

    #4 Stable Chase Estates

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    Stable Chase Estates is a far eastern suburb of Indianapolis that's about 4.6 miles west of New Palestine. There are developments with private estates and farmland here. Go walking past farm fields for your daily exercise. You and your fur-baby will have a chance to get out in nature by visiting Kitley Woods. Wander along Breier Creek as you explore this 6.6-acre wooded area with Spot -- you might even sniff out some birds and other wildlife! You'll need to bring water and waste bags with you so that you can clean up any droppings. Make sure you keep your pup on a leash while you're here.
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    Population Density 918/sq mi

    #5 Morristown Pike

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    Morristown Pike in Greenfield is about 11 miles northeast of town. The surrounding area includes two golf courses, a cemetery, and developments of private homes. The residential streets have sidewalks where you and your canine companion can take a stroll together. If you're looking for a place to explore nature with your fur-baby, head to Brandywine Park off East Davis Road. This 60-acre sports complex includes a nature trail in the woods that follows Brandywine Creek. Enjoy a peaceful walk along the water with your special pal. Remember to keep your pooch on a leash and to clean up after him.
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