Sunday, January 14, 2007
New Southside Bark Park Opens
Canine companions wanted! Bring your four-legged friends to the new Paul Ruster Bark Park. Located at 11300 E. Prospect Street, the 4.8-acre park features a gated area complete with grassy paths, rolling hills and benches to enjoy.
General construction was finished in December 2006, with final additions including water fountains and electricity set to be complete this upcoming spring.
Like many popular dog parks around the city, Paul Ruster will provide a place for owners and their dogs to socialize, exercise and practice good citizenship.
In order to enjoy all Indy Parks’ Canine Companion Zones, all dogs are required to have a Pooch Pass. To learn more about the new bark park or to purchase a pass, please visit website.
Posted by Indianapolis Observer at 3:23 PM