Off-Leash Dog Parks in Indianapolis, IN

There are 13 off-leash dog parks in Indianapolis, 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.

Broad Ripple Dog Park

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Your pet will thank you for the off-leash exercise they'll get at this fenced dog park. Dog park use requires a Pooch Pass which can be purchased at the Broad Ripple Park Office at 1550 Broad Ripple Avenue .

Paul Ruster Bark Park

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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.

Humane Society of Indianapolis Dog Park

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Central Indiana's first pet park is on the campus of the Humane Society of Indianapolis. The park is a place for owners to hang out with their pets in a safe, fenced area. Watch Rover romp through the canine agility course while you and your family relax at picnic tables. You can also hike through 1.5 miles of wooded trails. For membership, bring a copy of your pet's current vaccination records, including rabies, and fill out an application. Annual registration is $75 for your first dog and $50 for each additional. You will be given a key fob to the Pet Park, which allows you to use the park even if the shelter is closed.

Smock Bark Park

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Smock Bark Park offers plenty of room for your pup to enjoy off-leash playtime. Pooch Passes are required for entrance. You can purchase a Pooch Pass at Perry Park Office, 451 E. Stop 11 Road.

Club Canine Dog Park

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Your pet will go wild for this indoor off-leash doggie daycare facility with 5,000 square feet of play space. Pets and owners can also play together at Yappy Hours twice a month.

Four Paws Dog Park at University Park

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Pets will love to play at this fenced off-leash dog park, which includes loads of agility equipment, oak benches, and water fountains. Annual membership required.

Bed & Biscuit Dog Park

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Pets will love this fully-fenced off-leash dog park with agility equipment and a swimming pond. Membership required.

Avon-Washington Township Paw Park

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This new off-leash park located in front of the Avon-Washington Township Park requires vaccines and a Paw Park Pass.

Paw Patch Dog Park at Sarah T. Bolton Park

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Bring your pet to play off leash at this grassy, shady dog park, which is fully fenced. Visit Hornet Park Community Center to register.

Waggin' Tails Bark Park at Louis Jenn Memorial Park

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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.

Province Dog Park

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Pets love to play off-leash at this fenced neighborhood dog park, with electronic keycard access. Annual membership required.

Rover's Run Dog Park

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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.

Plainfield Dog Park

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Annual Membership Pricing: Members of the Rec Center -- $20/dog Resident Non-Members -- $30/dog Non-Resident/Non-Members -- $40/dog All dogs must be registered to use the Bark Park. To register, owners should bring the registration form, membership fee, signed Waiver of Liability, signed Bark Park Rules acknowledgment, and completed and signed vaccination records to the front desk of the Recreation Center. (Please do not bring your dog.) When the registration process if fully completed, owners will receive a swipe card to gain access to the Bark Park. The Bark Park is open from dawn to dusk every day. Parking is available at Swinford Park, and the Bark Park is located to the east of south east end of Swinford. Fees are intended to assist with a portion of the maintenance costs of the Bark Park. Users are encouraged to alert the Parks staff of any dogs that are too aggressive or are creating problems for other dogs. The Park is intended to be self-policing.