Off-Leash Dog Parks in Anderson, IN

There are 6 off-leash dog parks in Anderson, IN. Use the links below to get an overview of each dog park, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners.

Canine Companion Corral

You will need a pass to bring your dog to Canine Companion Corral where there is grass, shade, and obstacles.

Paul Ruster Bark Park

Pets are welcome to play off-leash at this Indianapolis dog park. Dog park access requires a Pooch Pass, which can be purchased at Post Road Park Office at 1313 S. Post Road. Current vaccinations and licensing information are required to get a pass.

Waggin' Tails Bark Park at Louis Jenn Memorial Park

This park has obstacle training equipment, benches, and a double-bubbler water fountain that serves both humans and canines. Memberships are limited to 500 humans. One-year memberships for Lawrence residents are $40 per dog. Non-residents may join for $50 per dog. All members must pay a one-time key deposit of $25.

Rover's Run Dog Park

Located in Beckenholdt Park, Rover's Run is a fenced-in area with walk ways, shade trees and a watering station. Memberships are available at a cost of $40 for residents and $50 for non-residents. Pet owners must provide proof of vaccinations.

The Bark Park at ARF

The Bark Park at ARF features open space where dogs can play unencumbered by leashes. Features include a double-gated perimeter, separate areas for large and small or senior dogs, mature shade trees, a water source, benches, and easy access to the Cardinal Greenway for walking with your leashed dogs. To become a member of ARF's Bark Park, visit ARF during business hours, fill out an application, pay the membership fee, and receive your gate key. You will need to bring proof of current rabies vaccination for your dog and proof that your dog has been spayed or neutered.

Barc Park

Located within Baker Park, the Barc Park is a fenced, off-leash gathering place for local dogs. There is an annual fee through the local Humane Society and the dogs must have their city license and be spayed or neutered. The park has separate sections for small and big dogs, benches, water, and poop bags for cleanup.