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Dog Areas in Newton, KS

14 Parks
1 Trail
11 Shops
2 Eateries
5 Groomers

The state of Kansas is one of the flattest states in the country, with inhabitants able to see the rows of open fields for miles. This is also true for the city of Newton, a small town that is only 25 miles from Witchita. When colonized, the town was used as a massive area of farmland, which has since been converted into public spaces for not only humans, but pups too.

One of the largest parks in town is Centennial Park, a 60-acre area with lots of activities for you and Fido. Leashes pups can enjoy the open shelter, 1.2 miles of paved walking trails, enclosed tennis courts, and benches. Dogs can even head to the Centennial Dog Park where they can run around off-leash in the 6-acre enclosed area with a small and large dog section. Additional features of the dog park include double-gated entrance, dog and human-sized water fountains, clean-up bags, benches, and plenty of tennis balls!

Plumbrook Park is on the south side of the city with only 2 acres of land, but all of it is open and spacious for dogs looking to run around and play. Don't forget to bring some water and clean-up bags before playing around with Fido in this park!

Dogs can also enjoy four animal hospitals and an easy-going, dog-friendly attitude around town. In Newton, Fido is considered as much a resident as any human.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Newton, KS

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    Population Density 651/sq mi

    #1 East Newton

    East Newton is the place to go when you need to go shopping or buy some groceries. The residents here still have a place to walk Fido at Military Park, a 4.4-acre area with a perimeter path, tall trees, shaded seating, and open space for Fido. Dogs must remain on a leash, but can enjoy additional features like water fountains, enclosed pavilions, picnic tables, benches, and trash bins. Havens Park is also in the neighborhood and has a small area with grassy areas and paved paths inside the park, which makes it a great spot to stop on your walking adventure with your pup. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags to this park!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 502/sq mi

    #2 Anderson-Meridian Rd

    The Anderson-Meridian Road neighborhood is a small one, but active, with plenty of places to walk Fido. The large area at Themian Park is perfect for a day of fun thanks to the open space to run around and play with other pups, or the paved path that encircles and cuts through the park. The enclosed tennis courts also provide a great place to let Fido run around safely, and there are water fountains and benches throughout. Ash Park is also in town and provides a scenic walking experience thanks to its views of Jordan River and walking path right along the river. You'll be overjoyed to find water fountains, open space, benches, and trash bins at this park.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 556/sq mi

    #3 Sand Creek

    Sand Creek doesn't have a creek or much sand, but it sure provides lots of space for you and your pup to get some exercise. One of these spaces is Guadalupe Park, a rural park with lots of open space and benches. The area is perfect for letting Fido off leash to run around since the park does not require pups to be on a leash, but be aware that it is not fenced-in. For a place with more amenities, you and Fido should take a walk to the Fischer Field, a large space with multiple soccer and baseball fields. The park has plenty of unreserved area for play though right along the river, with a playground, pavilion, water fountains, benches, and a paved walking path that extends over 2.3 miles.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 896/sq mi

    #4 Newton City Central

    The residential neighborhood Newton City Center is usually pretty busy with active streets. The best and safest place to give Fido a walk is in Washington Park, a 9.43-acre park bordered by a large creek on the west side, with open fields, a baseball diamond, playground, restrooms, picnic shelters, paved paths, and barbeque grilling stations. Whether you're fishing with Fido, going for a walk or getting out to play with your pup, this park will fill all the needs you and your pup have. Additional features include water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations. If you plan on staying in the neighborhood longer, the Comfort Inn & Suites is a great place to stay thanksĀ to the pet policy that allows up to two pets of any size for an additional fee.
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    Population Density 517/sq mi

    #5 Hesston


    Hesston is a small town that is 9.1 miles east of Newton. The small town is frequented a lot thanks to East Park, a large park along the shoreline of East Park Lake. This massive area has everything you and your pup could want, from open areas to run and play, to paved paths to get a good walk in. Extra things in the area include a dog-friendly campsite, fishing spots and a beach area for you and Fido to enjoy. Don't forget to leash up your pup, and check out some additional features like the water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, trash bins, and picnic shelters.

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