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Dog Areas in Newburgh, IN

4 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
5 Eateries
6 Groomers

Located about 11 miles east of Evansville, the community of Newburgh features a few pet-friendly outdoor recreational facilities. In addition, there are several parks and trails within about 15 miles of town. If you're seeking veterinary care for your pup, you'll find five clinics here.

Just 12 miles west, you can treat your dog to some off-leash socialization at Central Bark in Evansville. This two-acre facility has benches, trees, and agility equipment. You'll need to purchase a membership, sign a waiver form, and provide proof of license and current vaccinations to use the park.

There's pawtastic nature preserve that you and Fido can explore together just ten miles west of town. Head to Eagle Slough Natural Area off Waterworks Road. There's a trail here with observation decks that look over wetland areas. Dogs can accompany you if they're kept on a leash.

If you're looking for a fun place to visit in the city, head about 11 miles northwest to Garvin Park. This 80-acre facility has a lake, paved walking paths, and stone bridges. You can bring leashed dogs if they're under control. Remember to clean up after your pooch.

Newburgh and the surrounding areas are a wonderful place where dog lovers and their furry friends can get out and enjoy nature.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Newburgh, IN

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,606/sq mi

    #1 Newburgh

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    The neighborhood of Newburgh includes a historic section, a commercial district, an elementary school, and single-family homes. You'll be able to walk along the sidewalk with your furry friend here. If you want to take your pup by the water, head to Locks and Dam Park off French Island Trail. This facility has a riverfront area, open space, and some historic buildings. Play on the lawn or walk on the path in the park. You can bring dogs on a leash as long as you stay out of the buildings. Remember to pack waste bags and immediately pick up any droppings.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,928/sq mi

    #2 Knob Hill

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    Knob Hill includes single-family residences, a general store, a church, and a tavern. This neighborhood has some quiet streets with sidewalks where you and fido can take a daily stroll together. For a furrific place to hike or jog, head to the Rivertown Trail. This multi-use pathway stretches from Angel Mounds to the Locks and Dam Park. Enjoy a variety of settings as you walk through downtown, along the riverfront, and through a park. Dogs can join you as long as they're under control and on a leash. Remember to bring water and waste bags with you to clean up after your pup.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,796/sq mi

    #3 Sharon Road

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    The Sharon Road neighborhood is a residential area with a few lakes and wooded areas. You and Spot will be able to take a walk around the block here. For a change of pace, head to Overlook Park off State Route 66. This riverside facility is open March 16 through October 31. Walk on the path through the woods or play in the open field with your pup here. Bring a snack and enjoy a meal at one of the tables. Dogs on a leash are allowed to join you as long as you keep them under control and clean up after them.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,115/sq mi

    #4 Camp Brosend

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    Camp Brosend is an area that includes apartment buildings, a commercial district, and a small camp. There are peaceful roads here where you and Fido can take a stroll together. If you want to get out and enjoy some open space with your four-footed friend, take him to Friedman Park. This facility includes a lake and trails that loop by the water, through an open meadow, and around the rest of the park. Take a few laps around the property, then grab a meal at one of the tables. Make sure you keep Spot on a leash and pick up his droppings.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,419/sq mi

    #5 Huntington Ridge

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    Huntington Ridge is a development with single-family dwellings. You and your pooch will be able to walk around the block on the sidewalks here for some exercise. For a change of pace, head to Angel Mounds State Historic Site. Dogs are permitted on the wooded hiking trails in the west side of this facility. You can access the trails from the boat ramp, the parking lot off Pollack Avenue, or the main parking lot. If using the main parking lot, you'll need to be out by 5 pm. Keep dogs on a leash and pick up after them when you visit here.
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