The town of Ossian is about 16 miles south of Fort Wayne. This small community boasts four area parks and a set of athletic fields. If you're seeking veterinary care for your pooch, you'll find an animal clinic here.
There's a puptacular recreation area located about 15 miles south of Ossian. Head to Ouabache State Park outside of Bluffton with your furry pal. This facility includes campsites, picnic facilities, a playground, and five trails of varying difficulty and length. Leashed pets can explore designated parts of this property.
If you want a place where your pup can socialize with other canines, register for a pooch pass to Pawster Park on Winchester Road. This Fort Wayne facility is about 16 miles north of town. You'll find picnic tables, water stations, and some agility equipment here. There are vaccination requirements and an annual fee for using the off-leash area.
Pack up the RV or tent and head to Kil-So-Quah State Recreation Area for a camping vacation. There are tent sites and electric hookups available at this facility on J. Edward Roush Lake. Hike the trail that's on-site with your canine companion. Remember to control Spot with a leash when you're outside.
Ossian is near a variety of pet-friendly outdoor facilities.
About 10.2 miles south of Ossian in the neighborhood around North Main Street and West Wiley Avenue, you'll find residential streets, some administrative buildings, four parks, and a church. There's a furrific place to take your special pal on the corner of South Indiana Street and West Market Street. Let Spot romp with other four-footed friends at Bluffton Canine Commons. There's some agility equipment and a picnic table in the fenced area. Submit a registration form with the annual membership fee and proof of vaccinations to obtain a key to this dog park. Bring bags to pick up any droppings when you visit.