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Dog Areas in West Harrison, IN

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The small community of West Harrison is tucked along the Whitewater River on the border of Ohio. This area includes some single-family homes, a trailer park, and a few small businesses. The nearest veterinarian is just 3.6 miles away in the town of Harrison.

Plan a camping trip in the Miami Whitewater Forest Campground with your fur baby. This facility is about five miles east of town, and it has hookups and picnic tables at each site. Up to two dogs can join you here as long as you keep them on a leash and under your control at all times.

Treat your four-footed friend to some social time and off-leash play at Simmonds Family Dog Park off Hamilton Cleaves Pike Road. This pawtastic facility has 11 acres of land divided into four fenced sections. There are benches, shade trees, and water and waste stations here. The park is about nine miles southeast of town.

Take a hike through the forest and across some ponds on the Timberlakes Trail, located about 4.5 miles east of town. There's a parking lot off Timberlake Drive where you can connect to this 1.4-mile, moderately difficult hiking path. Dogs on a leash are welcome to come with you. Bring water and waste bags. 

The small community of West Harrison is within ten miles of several pupful walking trails and outdoor facilities that allow you to bring your pup.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Harrison, IN

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    Population Density 6,152/sq mi

    #1 West Harrison

    The West Harrison neighborhood is a riverside community with some private residences and a community park. There are sidewalks along some of the local streets where you and your pooch can take a daily stroll. When you want to enjoy some green space, head to the Town of West Harrison Playground on Bowles Street. This small facility has a paved walking trail that you and your furry pal can use to stretch your legs. Take a few laps then enjoy a picnic in the park. Dogs are permitted to join you as long as you keep them on a leash and clean up their waste.
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    Population Density 2,793/sq mi

    #2 Harrison

    The downtown Harrison area includes some single-family homes and apartment complexes located next to a commercial district. You'll be able to take your pup for a daily stroll down sidewalks in this neighborhood that's located east of West Harrison. If you're looking for a place to let Spot run off-leash, head to the Harrison Dog Park off George Street. This fenced facility includes benches, a water fountain, and waste stations. After some social time with other pups, leash up your special pal and walk along the trails in the Community Center that's just south of here. Make sure you clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 5,974/sq mi

    #3 Hickory Flats

    Hickory Flats is a residential development that's about 2.5 miles east of West Harrison. The neighborhood here has roads with sidewalks that offer a nice place for your daily walk with Fido. To treat your pup to some open space, take him to Campbell Lakes Preserve. This facility has four fishing lakes and some open prairie. Hike around the water or bring a pole and try your luck. There's a small fee for fishing, and the bass and northern pike here are catch-and-release. Dogs on a leash can join you. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you.
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    Population Density 5,269/sq mi

    #4 Parks of Whitewater

    The Parks of Whitewater, located four miles northeast of town, is a residential development that's located between wetlands and the Miami Whitewater Forest. The neighborhood has sidewalks and some small ponds that provide a peaceful setting for a daily stroll with your pup. There's a paved trail along New Haven Road that feeds into the Shaker Trace Trail. This multi-use pathway is a 7.8-mile loop that winds through the facility. You can bring dogs with you on the moderately difficult trail as long as you keep them on a leash and clean up their waste. Remember to bring water with you for your trek.
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    Population Density 504/sq mi

    #5 Baughman Road

    The Baughman Road area is a development with private residences and a golf course. There are quiet roads here that provide a nice setting for walking your pooch. When you want to take your pup on an adventure in the woods, head to the Badlands Trail off Timberlakes Drive. This 1.7-mile loop is a pawtastic hiking path through forested areas. You and Fido will get a good workout on the moderate-difficulty trail. Dogs are permitted to accompany you here if you keep them on a leash and under control. Make sure you pack water and waste bags for your outing.
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