Visitors from Cumberland often tell us how much they and their dogs enjoy the time they spend in Beverly's Pet Campus Bark Park. The fully-enclosed, 5 acre park allows them freedom and security rarely found at public parks and facilities.
However, we understand that not everyone can come to the Fishers campus as often as they would like. To help our friends in Cumberland find outdoor alternatives to Beverly's Bark Park that they can enjoy with their pets a little closer to home, we provide information about local parks they can visit when they can't make it to Beverly's Pet Campus, as well as local resources, such as Pet Stores, veterinary care, dog adoption and pet rescue services, and dog-friendly events throughout Indiana.
Dog-Friendly Parks near Cumberland
A few of the beautiful parks in the Carmel area that you, your family, and your dog can enjoy include: (links open in new windows)
Cumberland Park, located at 11510 East Washington St., Historic National Road, (north of the Cumberland Municipal Building,) Cumberland Park has four acres of land with two shelters and one gazebo. Trees and park benches line the sidewalk which circles the park.
On April 9, 2009, Cumberland was awarded $2.6 million to complete construction of the town’s 3-mile Pennsy Trail, part of the National Road Heritage Trail, a Cross-State Greenway spanning over 150 Miles, 30 communities and years of Hoosier history.
Cumberland Area Pet Stores
9749 E. Washington St.
9411 E. Washington St.
Cumberland Area Veterinary and Emergency Services
9525 E. Washington St.
9728 E. Michigan St.
8040 E. Washington St.
Dog Adoption, Pet Rescue Services and Dog-Friendly Events
7929 Michigan Rd.,
Cumberland and other cities
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About Cumberland Indiana
Cumberland is a town split between Hancock and Marion Counties in Indiana. The population was 5,500 at the 2000 census.
Cumberland’s community theme of “Country Comfort and City Convenience” is an apt description of a town that looks to future growth and development while maintaining a connection to their past.
For more information, read this Cumberland Community Profile. (opens in new window)