Dog Walkers in Woodburn, IN

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Dog Areas in Woodburn, IN

1 Park
10 Shops
3 Eateries

Woodburn, Indiana is a small town with a close-knit community spirit. Here's a fun fact about this cozy locale: it's the second smallest city in the state, which makes it pawfect for pups and people who prefer peace and quiet to big city amenities. You won't have to venture into the muttropolis to find quality vet care, though -- there's a vet clinic and an animal hospital right in town to take care of all your pup's healthcare needs.

While you are here, you and Fido simply must check out the Clock Tower. This iconic landmark was dedicated in 2017. There's a sitting area that makes it the perfect place to relax with your furry friend after going for a walk through the town. You can also learn a little local history from the historic plaques on display at the clock tower.

Need to take a stroll? Paw on over to the community park, located right in the heart of downtown. There's a nice walking trail around the playground, or you could just sit in the shade and do a little people-watching. Dogs must be leashed at all times in the community park, and you'll need to bring some doggie waste bags to help keep this local space clean and green.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Woodburn, IN

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 330/sq mi

    #1 Shannonside

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    The Rivergreenway Trail is a Rails-to-Trails Conservancy effort. This national nonprofit converts abandoned railroads into beautiful walking paths all across America. You can find a trailhead for this 30-mile trail at Kreager Park. It will take you about ten minutes or so to get here from Woodburn, but the trail is well worth the short drive. This peaceful walk takes you through neighborhoods, historic areas, and lots of green space. Dogs must be leashed at all times on the trail, and you'll want to bring plenty of water and waste bags with you as well.

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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 330/sq mi

    #2 Broadway Street

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    The Trion Tavern is one of the oldest bars in the area. This old-fashioned pub is the pawfect place to wind down with a craft beer after a long day at work. While you can't bring your little ones to sit at the bar, there is a family room where everyone can come and enjoy a meal. Your dog can join you in the outdoor seating area. Remember to bring a food and water dish, pawticularly if you plan on sharing your grub. And if not, Fido will just have to settle for head pats and belly rubs from the other patrons!
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  3. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 346/sq mi

    #3 Fox Island

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    At Fox Island, you'll find 600 acres waiting for you and your pup to come and explore! The hiking trails are well-marked so you'll have no trouble walking the day away here. This is the pawfect place to spend a few hours with your best furry friend and escape the daily grind. If you're an avid angler, bring your rod and reel and cast a few lines -- fishing is just one of the activities on offer here! Need a little more time to explore? Three of the cabins here are pet-friendly! Fox Island is just 18 miles from Woodburn, making it a great daycation destination.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 358/sq mi

    #4 Winchester Road Improvement

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    Since you've already made the trip to Fort Wayne, you might as well paw on over to Pawster Park. This is an off-leash dog park where your dog can make some new fur buddies. There are doggie water fountains within the fence. In the center of the park, you'll find a nice pavilion where you can kick back while watching your pooch play. Of course, you will have to clean up after your dog while you're here, so bring some waste bags. The park pass can be purchased online or at the city hall. You must keep your dog on a leash until you get inside the fence and the gate is closed.
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,757/sq mi

    #5 Central Fort Wayne

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    After all that adventuring in Fort Wayne's parks, you'll probably want to grab some grub before heading back home. Instead of leaving your dog in the car while you eat, bring him over to Liberty Diner. You two will fall tail over paws for this retro New York style diner. You and your dog can grab an outdoor table and do some people-watching (or even sniffing, in Fido's case!) while you chow down. The salads are especially delicious, but the burgers and sandwiches are pretty barkworthy, too! Doggie diners are welcome to join you at the outdoor seating area.
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