Greenfield Pet Resources

Visitors from Greenfield 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 Greenfield 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 Greenfield

Greenfield is located in Hancock County, just east of Indianapolis and is an ideal place to visit. Experience all that they have to offer with parks, museums, and theaters. Catch a live performances at the newly renovated H.J. Ricks theater. Hoosier poet James Whitcomb Riley was born in Greenfield and wrote over 1,000 poems, including “Little Orphan Annie.” Visitors can walk through his historic home located just west of Downtown Greenfield.

Riley Park
Riley Park, Greefoeld, IN

Riley Park, the feature park of Greenfield, Indiana, is located at Apple St & U.S. 40 in Greenfield. The park covers 40 acres of natural landscape and offers a 7200 square foot skate park, two basketball courts, six tennis courts, five baseball fields, playground equipment, a sledding hill, and plenty of open areas for sports and fishing along Brandywine Creek.

Beckenholdt Park
Beckenholdt Park, Greefield, IN

Beckenholdt Park, located at the Intersection of County Road 300 North and Franklin Street in Greenfield, includes a 1.5 acre pond, fishing pier, wetland, observation deck, 2 acre dog park, walking paths, interpretive signs, a picnic shelter, and much more!  Park amenities include charcoal grills, designated parking, open play areas, picnic tables and restrooms.

Greenfield Area Pet Stores

Speck’s Pet Supplies   
122 E. McClarnon Drive
Greenfield, IN
(317) 467-1414

Nutty Mutt Bakery
1506 North State St.
Greenfield, IN
(317) 468-0448

The Ideal Pet, Inc.
Dog Training
Greenfield, IN
(317) 586-0979

Greenfield Area Veterinary and Emergency Services

Town & Country Animal Hospital
2874 North 400 East
Greenfield, IN
(317) 326-1212

John Hardin, DVM
916 North State Street
Greenfield, IN
(317) 462-9596

Noah’s Brandywine
Animal Hospital

1479 North State Street
Greenfield, IN
(317) 462-7818

Dog Adoption, Pet Rescue Services and Dog-Friendly Events

The Humane Society of Hancock County
214 East Main Street
Greenfield, IN
(317) 462-5404‎
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Partners For Animal
Welfare Society

8 West Main Street
Greenfield, IN
(317) 467-1816‎‎
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Indiana Dog-Friendly Events
Greenfield and other cities
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About Greenfield, Indiana

Greenfield is home to about 18,400 resident Hoosiers. While Greenfield still has a certain small town charm, it is a bustling city on the move. There are many industrial and commercial businesses, professional services, restaurants, and a wide variety of shopping, with retail and specialty businesses throughout the city and additional business developing all the time.

The residents have worked tirelessly to restore many historic homes and businesses in the city. In Greenfield, you will find excellent schools, an innovative and technologically advanced library, many family friendly parks and recreation areas, expanded health services, and annual events such as the Pennsy Trail Art Fair, the Riley Festival, Entertainment on the Plaza, the Hancock County Fair, and many others.

For more information, visit the Town of Greenfield's official website. (opens in new window)