Crawfordsville, Indiana is a small city about 16 miles away from Stringtown. The Wabash neighborhood is the home of Wabash College and has a few things available for dogs and their owners. If you’re looking to explore the great outdoors, you should make a stop on the Sugar Creek Trail, part of the Rails-to-Trails organization. This trail reaches from Sugar Creek to Crawfordsville and is almost four miles in length – and makes the paw-fect spot for you and your furry friend to walk, jog, and have fun with nature. You can also dine out at Arni’s, a popular pizza place that has two tables at which dogs are welcome to join you!
Just under 33 miles from Stringtown is the Carmel Arts & Design District in Carmel, IN. This area has some of the best stuff happening in Carmel, from shops to events to unique dining experiences. Even your dog will have a one-of-a-kind experience at Club Canine Dog Park, an indoor spot for your dog to play and socialize even on rainy days! Club Canine Dog Park even has Yappy Hours for dogs and their owners to play together every month. Or, visit Happy Dog Hotel & Spa for your all your pup’s grooming needs. You’ll also have plenty of dog-friendly eating options here, like Muldoon’s, Jamaican Reggae Grille, and Bazbeaux Pizza.
Rohrer Meadows in Carmel is about 31.4 miles from Stringtown and is the home of Moochie & Co., the paw-fect place for you to find everything from food and toys to clothing and bedding for your beloved pup. If you have a dog who likes only the finest doggie items, this is the place for you! Rohrer Meadows also has a PetSmart Training center where your dog can learn listening, communicating, and obedience skills from professionals. Belly growling? Hit up Bella Pizzeria with your dog and enjoy one of several delicious pizza varieties, like Little Italy or Buffalo Chicken, on the outdoor patio.
About 20 miles away from Stringtown, Indiana is Zionsville. The Willow neighborhood provides a great spot to get outdoors with your dog for hiking, running, and exploring, thanks to the Zionsville Rail Trail. Part of the Rails-to-Trails organization, this 3.7-mile trail is expected to reach over 50 miles once it’s completed. This neighborhood also has a unique healthcare experience for you and your pooch with the Curbside Care Mobile Veterinary Clinic, which provides medical care for your dog right at your home for your convenience. At the Cobblestone Grill, you and your favorite pooch can eat some American favorites at dog-friendly indoor tables!