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Dog Areas in Plainfield, IN

1 Park
1 Trail
1 Shop
8 Eateries
1 Groomer

Plainfield, Indiana is a growing city with a colorful history and a booming commercial industry. With a population of just over 30,000, it maintains a small town feeling even as it grows. Plainfield is a family-centric city with a focus on recreation and family values. Of course, that includes recreational activities where Plainfield's dogs can join their owners. Plainfield also has three vets within the city limits, but you will find plenty more in the surrounding areas.

Whether you live in Plainfield or you're just visiting, you won't want to miss Rally's Hamburgers in East Plainfield. With eight dog-friendly tables in the outdoor seating areas, this is a great place to grab a burger with your best friend by your side. Rally's famous fries are perfectly seasoned, and you can order them as is or add bacon and cheese if you're feeling adventurous. You will also want to take a stroll in downtown Plainfield where the streets are lit up with traditional lamps, and many of the buildings that house shops and restaurants are over 100 years old. Needless to say, this quaint town has something to offer everyone in your family, whether they have two legs or four!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Plainfield, IN

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,867/sq mi

    #1 Plainfield Town Center

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    Plainfield Town Center is just that -- the center of Plainfield, and it is always bustling with activities and town events. There are plenty of shops, restaurants, and people to meet in this area, and it's fun to explore the streets with your dog. The Oasis Diner in Plainfield is a famous and historic restaurant that was built in 1954, and in 2014, it was moved to Plainfield Town Center and had new life breathed into it. This popular restaurant has several dog-friendly tables outside where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert items (their milkshakes are incredible!) without having to leave your precious pet at home!
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 563/sq mi

    #2 Duffey-Gibbs

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    The Duffey-Gibbs neighborhood is in the heart of Plainfield, and it's a favorite family-friendly community with convenient access to parks, schools, and recreational facilities. It is also where you will find the Plainfield Dog Park. Also known as the Plainfield "Bark Park," this dog park is part of a larger recreational facility in Plainfield. To access the park, you will need to register and get a swipe card to go through the park gates. Once you're inside, you and your pooch will love all of the open green space, and there is even some agility equipment when your dog needs an extra challenge.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 563/sq mi

    #3 The Quakers

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    The famous Quaker family played a prominent role in establishing Plainfield, and in fact, the town got its name from the Quakers' "plain" style of speech and dress. Plainfield's high school mascot is also called the Quaker, and there is a large neighborhood in the town known as "The Quakers." Hummel Park can be found in this neighborhood, and it's a popular spot for dog owners to take their pets for a pawesome time. This dog-friendly park has playgrounds, sporting equipment, and tables perfect for outdoor gatherings. It also offers access to local trails where you can explore with your dog while bonding through exercise.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,630/sq mi

    #4 Broad Ripple

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    Less than an hour's drive from Plainfield in the city of Indianapolis lies the village neighborhood of Broad Ripple. Broad Ripple is a cultural hub in Indianapolis, and it's where you can catch live music, try out trendy restaurants and coffee shops, and shop for various goods at the stores in the area. Broad Ripple also has its own dog park, The Broad Ripple Dog Park. This dog park is located within a more extensive park that is filled with beautiful trees and plenty of open space. In the summer, there is also a public pool open to guests of the park, as well as gathering places you can reserve for special events.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,923/sq mi

    #5 Huntington Communities

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    It only takes half an hour to drive from Plainfield, Indiana to the neighborhood known as the Huntington Communities in Indianapolis. Just west of this beautiful residential neighborhood lies Eagle Creek Park which is the 6th largest city park in America with an astounding 3,900 acres of woods and 1,300 acres of reservoir. There are numerous trails within this park you can explore with your leashed dog, and there is a separate, fenced-off area where you can socialize and exercise your dog off-leash while you visit with fellow dog owners. The park was built in honor of a former city councilor, and there is even a statue of his beloved yellow lab at the park entrance.
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