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Dog Areas in Brule

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Once a major thoroughfare for pioneers on the Oregon and California Trails, Brule is now a friendly community that still celebrates its rich past. Ruts carved by wagon wheels, livestock and people traversing on foot are still evident from the approximately 400,000 travelers that passed through the area in the mid-1800s. The town of Brule was officially settled in 1886, and was named for the Sioux tribe of Native Americans that camped in the area about a decade earlier.

Brule is home to a puptastic park where you and your leashed dog will have a blast taking a walk. Get in a few laps around the perimeter of Barton Park on the sidewalk, and then enjoy some playtime on the luscious lawn. There are also lots of mature trees that provide ample shade, making the park an especially pleasant place to hang out on warm days. Barton Park also has a playground for kiddos and a covered picnic area. You’ll want to bring water for you and Fido, plus cleanup bags.

In the event that your pup needs to visit a vet, there are two clinics just nine miles away in Ogallala. Ogallala has other furrific amenities too, including a pet-friendly hotel, the Lonesome Dove Lodge. You’ll love curling up with Fido in the cozy cowboy-themed rooms. There’s a small fee for pets.

With a pawsome park and conveniently close amenities, pups and their people love Brule!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Brule

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    Population Density 819/sq mi

    #1 East Ogallala

    Furrific outdoor fun is what you and Fido will find in the East Ogallala neighborhood! About nine miles from Brule, this neighborhood’s Collister Park has a wide-open grassy area where you and your leashed dog can stretch your legs. There are also big shady trees where you can spread out a blanket and chill out with your pooch, plus covered picnic tables, benches and a playground. For even more peaceful surroundings, head to the area’s Humphreys Pond. This pawpular fishing spot is also a great place to watch a puptacular sunset over the water from the picnic table. Pack a picnic and make use of the barbecue grills at the pond!
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    Population Density 5,008/sq mi

    #2 Central Ogallala

    There’s a pawsome place to walk with your leashed dog in the Central Ogallala neighborhood, just nine miles from Brule! You and your four-legged friend will love a brisk walk on the park’s paved walking path that meanders through grass, trees, around the playground and picnic area. You’ll also pass the tennis courts and baseball fields. If you’re hungry, stop at the Open Range Grill that’s just across the road! You can indulge with a delicious hamburger made with local beef at this western-themed eatery where leashed dogs are welcome to join you on the patio. Be sure to stroll just a block away to the “Mansion On The Hill,” a well-known iconic Victorian-style home that is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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    Population Density 149/sq mi

    #3 South Ogallala

    Check out a hidden gem that’s perfect for dog walking in the South Ogallala neighborhood, about nine miles from Brule! The area’s Ogallala Nature Park is a puptacular open space nestled on the banks of the South Platte River where you and your leashed dog can do some major exploring! Fido will have lots to see and sniff on the mulched paths that wind through this large natural area’s woods and meadows. If you’re visiting on a warm day, head to the water and splash in the sandy channels of the river! For a pawsome stroll with a helping of history, check out the nearby Tri-Trails Park. This grassy park marks where the Oregon Trail, Pony Express Trail and the Texas Trail crossed through this part of Nebraska. Take a stroll with your pup and view the different monuments for each trail!
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    Population Density 429/sq mi

    #4 North Ogallala

    Looking for a place to take a long walk with your pooch? Head to the North Ogallala neighborhood! About nine miles from Brule, this neighborhood is home to the town’s two-mile paved walking path that runs through the Western Diamonds Sports Complex. Leash your pup and start on the paved multiuse trail on the west side of the baseball diamonds. Travel north with your furry friend past farmland, natural areas and residential neighborhoods until you reach Williams Park. There, you’ll find a woofderful spot for a little rest and relaxation in the large open grassy area or at a shaded picnic table.
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    Population Density 2,413/sq mi

    #5 Southcentral Ogallala

    Take a stroll back in time with your pup in the Southcentral Ogallala neighborhood, about nine miles from Brule. In this neighborhood, you and your pup can take a jaunt to see some interesting relics of the town’s wild and wooly western past. On North Spruce Street, you and Fido can check out the monument that stands in the place of the northern terminus of the Texas Trail, as well as a Veterans Memorial a few blocks to the north. On West A Street, you’ll see a marker for the Mormon Trail. Meander the sidewalks a few blocks to the east, and you and Fido will discover the frequently photographed old timey store fronts of the Front Street Steakhouse and Crystal Palace Saloon!
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