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Dog Areas in Nineveh

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Nineveh is a community in Indiana that more than 4,000 people call home. This community got its name from the nearby Nineveh Creek, and in addition to the creek, there are also several other beautiful scenic parts of Nineveh. When you visit Nineveh, you'll notice the lovely homes and rustic surroundings immediately, and there are lots of places in town that are nice for walking your dog. There isn't an off-leash dog park in Nineveh, but if you venture just outside of town, there are plenty of dog-friendly activities that you and your dog will both enjoy.

If you're looking to get something to eat in Nineveh and you want your dog to come along, try out Eddie's Lakeview Pizza. This restaurant has been a community staple since 1994, and it has three outdoor tables where your dog is welcome to join you. You can dine on their famous pizza, or try out their sandwiches, salads, wings, bread sticks, and desserts. Once you are finished your meal at Eddie's Lakeview Pizza, it's time to set off into the areas surrounding Nineveh and get to know all the dog-friendly spots with your pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Nineveh

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    Population Density 4,257/sq mi

    #1 E. County Line Road

    Smock Bark Park is half an hour from Nineveh, in southern Indianapolis. Smock Bark Park is one of four Canine Companion Zones (CCZs) in Indianapolis, and you will need to purchase a Pooch Pass to access the park. You can purchase a daily pass for $5, or an annual pass for $75, or you can buy a $125 VIP annual pass, which will give you access to all four CCZs. Once you're in Smock Bark Park, you'll see it's quite a large park, and it's completely fenced in for your dog's safety. There isn't running water at this dog park, but there are plenty of bowls around you can fill with your own water.
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    Population Density 263/sq mi

    #2 Homecoming at University Park

    Greenwood is a city in Indiana with a population of almost 57,000 people, and it's only about half an hour from Nineveh. In eastern Greenwood, there's a place called University Park, and it sits on more than 40 acres of land. Within this park, there's a dog park called Four Paws. This dog park is large and fenced in, and it requires an annual membership to visit, as do all dog parks in the area. This one-acre park has a bunch of agility equipment where your dog can show off his skills, and there is also seating and water available for dogs and humans at this park.
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    Population Density 2,365/sq mi

    #3 Province

    Just 15 minutes from Nineveh sits the city of Franklin, Indiana with a population of nearly 25,000 people. In south Franklin, you'll find Province Park, a furrific spot which has its own dog park. Province Park Dog Park has been a popular addition to a park that includes playgrounds, a skate park, shelters, and plenty of walking trails. Your dog can join you on the walking trails, but they must be on a leash. In the fenced dog park, they are welcome to run and play off-leash. There are waste disposal stations, seating, and some agility equipment in Province Park Dog Park as well.
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    Population Density 2,361/sq mi

    #4 Cedar Springs

    Around 40 miles north of Nineveh is the Paul Ruster Bark Park near the neighborhood of Cedar Springs in eastern Indianapolis. This park has two fenced-in areas for dogs of different sizes, and all areas of the dog park require a membership to enter. The membership fees go toward ensuring the park is well-maintained. Visitors love that this park is always clean, the grass is always mowed, and the people are always friendly. There is seating available in the park, and in the area surrounding the off-leash park, there are trails where you can walk your dog as well.
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    Population Density 1,763/sq mi

    #5 Greenwood

    Half an hour north of Nineveh, in Greenwood, Indiana, you can access the Tracy Trail. This 1.5-mile trail is part of a network of 1,600 trails that were once abandoned railway lines that have now been converted into trails for public use. These trails connect across America, and have provided many people with increased enjoyment of their towns. Tracy Trail has an asphalt surface that is ideal for dog walking, biking, and running. The trail runs along a small stream, and there isn't much shade, so it's a nice place to enjoy the sunshine during a leashed walk with your dog.
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