Zionsville Pet Resources

Visitors from Zionsville 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 Zionsville 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 Zionsville

Zionsville offers you and your family the recreational facilities you’ll enjoy for years to come. From a golf course to swimming pools, playground facilities to hiking paths through the woods, we’ve got something for every member of the family.

Starkey Nature Park, Zionsville
Starkey Nature Park, Zionsville

Starkey Park, located north of Indianapolis, just off of I-465 in Zionsville, is a quarter of a mile from the historic Zionsville village. The park’s three miles of nature hiking attracts community groups, families and nature lovers all year round.

The park is a relaxing getaway from the nearby hustle and bustle of downtown Zionsville. It’s a wooded area with beautiful landscape, perfect for an after-noon outdoors or an evening under the stars.

Lions Park, Zionsville
Lions Park, Zionsville

Lions Park, located at 115 S. Elm St. in Zionsville, is an enormous and popular recreational installation containing a shelter house and covered picnic area, a gazebo, several lighted athletic fields and the central community building, home to  the Zionsville Lions Club.

Every year, the park hosts a Fall Festival that features a popular parade that runs throughout the park and consists of Zionsville High School athletes and marching bands. The Festival also has games, food and carnival rides, making Lions Park a perfect Zionsville attraction for children and families.

Zionsville Area Pet Stores

The Choosy Pet LLC   
40 East Cedar Street
Zionsville, IN
(317) 733-9911
Platinum Paws
9860 North Michigan Road
Carmel, IN
(317) 870-7297
Petco Animal Supplies
10025 North Michigan Road
Carmel, IN
(317) 337-9505

Zionsville Area Veterinary and Emergency Services

Zionsville Animal Hospital
1305 Parkway Drive
Zionsville, IN
(317) 873-1833
Village Pet Doctor
100 South 1st Street
Zionsville, IN
(317) 873-9455
McDavitt Veterinary Clinic‎‎
9944 E State Road 32
Zionsville, IN
(317) 769-6094

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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Ratbone Rescues (Carmel Chapter of Adopt-a-Pet.com)
Carmel, IN
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Indiana Dog-Friendly Events
Zionsville and other cities
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About Zionsville, Indiana

Zionsville, Indiana, in Boone County, is a suburb of Indianapolis. The small town offers a variety of attractions, arts, shopping, restaurants, hotels and more. It is just one of the small towns peppering the American Midwest. In the 2000 census, Zionsville was recorded as having a population count of just under 9,000.

The community prides itself on its attractions that draw numerous out-of-towners every year. With great events such as the annual Traders Pointe Hunt Charity Horse Show, the Zionsville Independence Day Festival and the Zionsville Fall Festival, Indianapolis people love to escape to this quaint town. Plus, Zionsville boasts a variety of parks and golf courses perfect for getting some fresh air outside of the Circle City.

Other than a handful of companies that represent small businesses in Zionsville, shops and stores are mostly family-owned and operated. Commerce in town often leans on interaction with other nearby communities, as do local Zionsville organizations, clubs and services..

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