Posted by Lora Shaw on January 10, 2018
Have you been cooped up inside more often than you like due to the cold weather? If the answer is yes, your dog probably feels the same way. Read on to learn about 5 dog parks nearby that you can take Fido to for a little fun.
With 4 acres and a pond, this fenced-in dog park is the perfect place to bring your dog for some outdoor activity. It’s also ideal if you have an older or smaller dog, because it offers a separate section for them to play in.
As one visitor puts it, “This park gets my vote for the best!” Day passes are available for $5, or you can purchase an annual membership for $60.
Located just outside of Fishers, Paul Ruster Bark Park is another popular local dog park that gets high reviews for its cleanliness, shaded seating for pooch parents, and expansive size.
“Paul Ruster Bark Park is a fantastic dog park where everyone is friendly—dogs and people,” says one enthusiastic visitor. You can buy a day pass to Paul Ruster Bark Park for $5.
This popular park offers fun for the whole family! Between the family center, game fields, dog park, and swimming pool, there’s plenty to keep everyone in your household busy. Dogs like this park for its 61 acres and huge open fields which present the perfect opportunity for chasing after tennis balls!
Pet parents like this park because of the ample parking and nearby restrooms that can be found in the family center. As with the other dog parks on this list, you’ll need to purchase a dog pass before heading to the bark park. Annual passes are available for $75.
This beautiful 1-acre fenced-in dog park is located in Sarah T. Bolton Park. It offers plenty of shade, benches for dog owners, and a doggie waste station for easy clean up after your pooch. This park requires a registration fee of $35 and then a $10 annual fee for electronic card access to Paw Patch.
Want to work on your pooch’s agility? Then, this is the park for you. Although the park is small, it boasts obstacle training equipment and a double-bubbler water fountain so dogs and humans can quench their thirst after getting some exercise. Waggin’ Tails offers residents 1-year memberships for $40. The fee for non-residents is $50. Additionally, there’s a one-time key deposit of $25.
That sums up some of the great local dog parks we have here! However, if you’re not in love with the thought of heading outdoors with your dog in the winter, our well-staffed Dog Day Care may be the perfect solution. If you’d like to learn more about our Dog Day Care, click here. We’re also pleased to offer dog and cat boarding services.
To make a boarding or day care reservation, simply click here or contact your local Pet Palace. We have one location in Indianapolis, Indiana, and four throughout Ohio in Columbus, Hilliard, Delaware, and Cleveland.
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Lora Shaw is currently the Vice President of Operations at Pet Palace.
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