Meridian Hills Pet Resources

Visitors from Meridian Hills often tell us how much they and their dogs enjoy the time they spend in Beverly's Pet Campus Bark Park. The fully-enclosed, 4-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 Meridian Hills 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 Meridian Hills

The Town of Meridian Hills is a relaxed residential neighborhood on the north side of Indianapolis. Mature trees, winding streams and hilly terrain define the town, while churches, synagogues, schools and a country club help add to the sense of community. The town borders Holliday Park and Marrott Park, with easy access to the Monon Trail, Nora and Broad Ripple.

Holliday Park
Holliday Park, Meridian Hills, Indiana

Holliday Park is a vast, 94-acre city park on the north side of Indianapolis. The main entrance is located on Spring Mill Rd. between W. 63rd and W. 64th St. Explore the nature center, play on one of the city’s best, hard-to-leave playgrounds, hike more than 3.5 miles of picturesque trails or walk down to the banks of the White River. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife; over 200 species of birds have been spotted in the park, as well as deer, fox, beaver, rabbits, squirrels and many other species that reside in this natural oasis.

Indy Park Greenways, Monon Trail
Indy Park Greenways, Monon Trail, Meridian Hills, IN area

Part of the Indy Greenways network, this immensely popular landmark rail-trail traverses a remarkable variety of landscapes, neighborhoods, and trail features including Nora, the White River, Broad Ripple, the 64th Street Depot, and the State Fairgrounds. Plenty of trail services exist in Nora and Broad Ripple including parks, drinking fountains, restaurants, ice cream shops, and bicycle shops. Parking for access to the Monon Trail in Meridian Hills is conveniently located at West 74th St. and College Ave

Meridian Hills Area Pet Stores

Petco Animal Supplies   
7235 North Keystone Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 253-5063
Pet Supplies “Plus”‎
2238 Broad Ripple Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 475-9603

Meridian Hills Area Veterinary and Emergency Services

Monon Animal Hospital
1403 East 86th Street
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 683-0992
Banfield The Pet Hospital®
5151 E. 82nd St.
Castleton, IN
(317) 426-6926
Daisy Lane Veterinary Clinic
7209 N Keystone Ave
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 251-7637
Dog Adoption, Pet Rescue Services and Dog-Friendly Events
The Humane Society of Indianapolis
7929 Michigan Road
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 872-5650 
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Southside Animal Shelter
1614 W. Edgewood Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
(317) 710-2831
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Indiana Dog-Friendly Events
Meridian Hills and other cities
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About Meridian Hills, Indiana

Meridian Hills is a great place to live, work and play. Approximately 1800 residents live in the 715 homes in the 2 square mile Town of Meridian Hills.

The town government provides supplemental police protection, ongoing maintenance and upkeep of streets and right-of-ways, and enforcement of residential building and development standards set forth in the municipal code.

For more information, visit the Meridian Hills, Indiana web site. (opens in new window)