Dog Walkers in Broken Bow, NE

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Dog Areas in Broken Bow, NE

6 Parks
2 Shops
1 Eatery
1 Groomer

The small town of Broken Bow sits in the flat state of Nebraska, giving its residents miles of fields to view. Broken Bow got its name when settlers found a pile of broken bows in a field, thought to have been left by a neighboring Native American tribe. The area was incorporated that same year, and has grown to house its residents, and its canines.

Melham isn't just the largest park in the city, but also the most popular thanks to the large area, well-kept appearance, and numerous features. Park-goers can enjoy baseball fields, soccer fields, picnic shelters, restrooms, paved walking paths, and a 5-acre lake for fishing. Leashed dogs are welcome in the park and have plenty of space to run around and play, or just enjoy a peaceful walk.

Tomahawk Park is another favorite park in town, containing two baseball diamonds and open space made up of dirt and grass. The ball fields are enclosed and allow pups inside as long as no teams are playing. There's also benches, picnic tables, water fountains, and trash bins available.

Despite its size, the town has 4 different animal clinics, showing how dedicated Broken Bow is to keeping its four-legged residents taken care of.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Broken Bow, NE

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 201/sq mi

    #1 Central Broken Bow

    Central Broken Bow is the downtown area of the city, with busy shopping districts and bustling streets. The area offers a small park known as City Square Park. This lush green area welcomes leashed dogs on the paved trails and grassy lawns. There's shaded sitting areas, trash bins, water fountains, and clean-up bags available for you and your pup. Just down the street is a small restaurant known as Runza, an Italian fusion type eatery. This small restaurant offers dog-friendly eating and complimentary water bowls.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 256/sq mi

    #2 Northern Broken Bow

    Northern Broken Bow takes up the northern side of the city, where the main attraction for pups is the Indian Hills Park, due to its large, flat and open area. There are two ball fields and some trees around the edges, with paths, trash bins, and benches. With all the crowded areas around the neighborhood, this is the best place to let Fido run around and get some energy out. A more developed park in the neighborhood is known as North Park. Right next to a school, this park provides designated recreational fields, water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations for leashed pups.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 144/sq mi

    #3 Oconto

    Oconto is a small town in Nebraska located just 16 miles south of Broken Bow. The small town is pretty rural, but offers visitors the Pressey State Wildlife Management Area. The area takes up hundreds of acres, providing residents and newcomers with open spaces, grassy fields, woods, a lake, and access to the South Loop River. Dogs are welcome in the park and are not required to be on a leash, despite it not being fenced-in. Fun activities at the park include fishing, hiking, swimming, camping, picnics, and boating. There are water fountains, trash bins, and benches, but don't forget to bring some clean-up bags for your pup!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 340/sq mi

    #4 Anselmo

    Anselmo is a small, but cozy town that sits 17.7 miles north of Broken Arrow. The place is popular among residents thanks to the Victoria Springs State Recreation Area, a large area with something for everyone. this large area of space boasts free-range open areas, forested sections and trails, ballparks, and a pond. The pond has a small dock for fishing access, and the trails in the park extend over 2 miles, looping through it. Dogs are always welcome at the park, although they have to remain on a leash 8 feet or shorter. Additional features include water fountains, trash bins, benches, and clean-up stations.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 177/sq mi

    #5 Southern Broken Bow


    The Southern Broken Bow neighborhood is filled with rows of residential homes and provides residents with a small park called South Park. Enjoy romping on its two recreational ballfields for baseball and soccer games, open space, and shaded areas. The park is pretty rural, but offers a great experience to bring your pup when you just wanna get outside and play in a dog-friendly area. Dogs are not required to be on a leash at this park, but don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags with you. If you plan on staying in the neighborhood, head out to the Arrow Hotel, a downtown historic hotel that allows up to one pet for a fee.

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