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Dog Areas in Wilkinson

Wilkinson, Indiana was established by the Wilkinson brothers in 1883 when they set up the post office. It is only about thirty miles from Indianapolis so it serves as the perfect retreat from the busy life of a large town. However, there isn't very much to do here with your pup, so you'll need to take a quick drive to some dog-friendly spaces.

Wilkinson is just a skip and hop from Greenfield, which has plenty of op-paw-tunities for you and your dog to explore. Greenfield was also the home and birthplace of the famous 19th-century poet, James Whitcomb Riley. The James Whitcomb Riley Old Home and Museum is open for tours all year long. The gardens and pathways are open to you and your dog, but your dog isn't allowed inside. You can find some of Riley's poems written on the historic markers throughout the property.

You should take the time to go over and visit Thornwood Preserve, also located in Greenfield. You and your dog can take your choice of paths. Some are more difficult than others, but you will find a sense of peace that comes with discovering nature. Remember to wear good walking shoes and bring lots of water and a leash. If you want to, you could even pack a picnic and make a full day of it!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wilkinson

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    Population Density 3,174/sq mi

    #1 Pendalton Pike

    Hankering for a bite to eat with your hungry hound? Head on over to the muttropolis of Indianapolis, where you'll find Art's Skillet. Your pal is sure to drool when he sees those sizzling plates on the way to your table! Your dog can join you for a Bird Skillet loaded with chicken and turkey or an veggie skillet. Two things are certain: you will fall in love with these artful creations and you will leave full and happy. Now, that is worth the twenty-minute drive from Wilkinson! Don't furget to bring a leash and a water bowl; you'll need both here.
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    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #2 North Franklin Street

    Rover Run Dog Park is a place just for your puppy to come and have a good time. You will need to get a pass to play here, but it is definitely worth the money and the fifteen-minute drive. There's plenty of fenced area here to roam and play with friends. There are paths to walk within the area so that your dog can stay off his leash for a while. They have a watering station that is always clean and ready to go. The cleaning stations are always well-stocked, too. It is a park you can feel good about going to.
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    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #3 State St

    Donuts are one of the most popular breakfast foods, but they don't have to be just for breakfast anymore. Jack's Donuts is open all day long so that you can get your fill of sugary goodness whenever you would like. This is a great place to go for dessert or even an evening coffee. You can bring your dog with you, too; after all everyone needs a treat from time to time! This is only about fifteen miles from you in Wilkinson, so it is close enough to stop in after you visit the dog park.
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    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #4 North State Street

    Grab your dog and go get a burger. A real burger, loaded down with veggies, bacon, and cheese and placed on a thick and hearty bun. Don't forget the side of cheese curds. Your mouths are probably watering just thinking about it! Luckily, you're close to a Fido-friendly burger joint -- Culver's is just fifteen miles down the road. All the burgers here are cooked to order and made with fresh meat; what could be better than that? Try to resist your pal's puppy dog eyes as they beg for a bite from your plate! Oh, and don't forget the leash and water bowl.
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    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #5 Brandy Wine Creek

    Pennsy Trail, located in Greeenfield, is six miles long. It goes through farmland, across a golf course, and along Brandy Wine Creek. Rails-to-Trails has paved it so that it is easy for you and your dog to walk for as long as you would like. You will need to bring plenty of water with you along the way. It is an all-natural trail so you are sure to see plenty of wildlife. If you want to continue your walk, the trails extends for miles and miles across ten other cities. This is just a small portion of a bigger trail; check out the official trail map to see where all the trailheads are located.
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