Are you an Indy PetParent looking for a place to play fetch with your pooch? Check out PetParent’s list of the Best Dog Parks in Indianapolis!
Just outside Indianapolis in Greenwood, there’s a great park to bring your dog for some quality play time! Four Paws Dog Park at University Park is a small 1 acre park, but what it doesn’t have in size, it makes up for with it’s super fun agility course! The park also has water fountains for you and your pet and lots of shady benches for you to sit on. To use this park, you must pay an annual fee of $40 and your pet must wear a registration tag when he plays in the park. Check out Four Paws Dog Park soon!
The Broad Ripple Dog Park is the pawfect place to bring your pooch for some serious fun! This large fenced in dog park is sure to give Fido enough room to really run around. At the park, they’ve got plastic baggies for you to clean up after your pooch with, as well as water fountains for both you and Fido! Before you go to this park, you’ll need to get a pass. This requires going the community center and purchasing either a day pass ($5-$6), a yearly park pass ($75), or a VIP pass ($125) which allows you entry into all of the of the city sponsored Bark Parks around Indianapolis!
For cheaper membership options, check out the Humane Society of Indianapolis’s Dog Park. Located just across the way from the adoption center, this bark park is a great place to bring your dog for some play and exercise time. In addition to a large open grassy field to play in, they have a fenced in agility course with lots of cool equipment for your pooch to play on. A day pass for this park is $8 and a year pass is $65, so check out the Humane Society’s Dog Park and see what all the barks about!
This park also falls under the VIP pass access as it is one of the city sponsored parks in Indianapolis! Glimer Canine Companion Zone located within Eagle Creek Park is the perfect place to bring a dog looking to just run around for a while. Their large grassy area is great for dogs who love to romp around. There are also several walking and hiking trails at the Eagle Creek Park where you can take your leashed dog for a walk or a run if he’s more of a trail blazer. To enter the park you will need to purchase either a day pass, a yearly park pass, or the all access VIP pass. Check out the Glimer Companion Zone with your furry friend and discover all that it has to offer!
Another park that falls under the VIP all access pass, the Paul Ruster Bark Park is another great place to take your dog for a pawsome time. Their large grassy field allows pups ample room to run around, and their benches are a great place for you to watch your pup enjoying himself. There are no water fountains on the premises so be sure to bring your own water! They do have baggies there for those pesky pick up jobs and trash cans aplenty to dispose baggies in. Check out the Paul Ruster Bark Park, located within the Paul Ruster Park, and get your pups tail wagging!