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10 Paws-itively Pet Friendly Spots in the Evansville Region

Raise the woof! Explore the Evansville Region with your furry friends at these pawsome pet-friendly hangouts. 

Your pet is a huge part of your family.  Even though they love cuddling up at home, sometimes they want to get out and have some doggone fun! These pet-friendly places are perfect for spending quality time with your pet, getting some exercise, and exploring the town.

Pippero Pup Park Newburgh
2700 Park Boulevard, Newburgh

1. Pippero Pup Park


Unleash the fun at Pippero Pup Park! This two-acre public dog park is conveniently located at Friedman Park in Newburgh. 

Open daily, Pippero Pup Park includes a fenced-in agility course, a separate area for small dogs, water fountains, benches, shade, and plenty of space for running.

Pippero Pup Park

Myriad Brewing Dog Friendly (2)
101 SE 1st Street, Evansville
8245 High Pointe Drive, Newburgh

2. Myriad Brewing Company


This micro-brewery, with 2 locations in Downtown Evansville and Newburgh, is pet friendly inside and out.

They're known for hosting a variety of dog centered events, and supporting local humane societies.

Its not uncommon to walk by the outdoor patio and find a dog or two enjoying time with their human.

Myriad Brewing Company Website

Donut Bank Pet Friendly
10 locations across Newburgh, Evansville, and Henderson

3. Donut Bank Bakery

"I'm not drooling, you're drooling!"

Known for house made donuts of every variety, muffins, bagels, and coffee; Donut Bank has been a staple of the Evansville Region for over 50 years.

While you're out grabbing donuts and coffee for yourself, treat your pup to a pet friendly donut. You know they deserve it!

River City Coffee and Goods
223 Main Street, Downtown Evansville

4. River City Coffee & Goods

This ultra-cozy coffee house and local goods shop ought to get your tail waggin'!

River City is located on Main Street in Downtown Evansville. Its the perfect spot to stop for a refreshment during a long walk with your pets!

After you order an iced coffee, check out the locally made dog treats, leashes, bowls, and collars.

River City Coffee & Goods


Mos House
1114 Parrett Street, Evansville

5. Mo's House

Sip on a cocktail, glass of wine, or a beer while your dog does some serious people watching.

This eclectic cocktail bar located in the Haynie's Corner Arts District is pet friendly!

Enjoy an afternoon with your furry family inside or outside on the spacious patio.

Lics Deli and Ice Cream Dog Friendly
8 locations across Newburgh, Evansville, Vincennes, and Owensboro

6. Lic's Deli and Ice Cream 

This locally owned and operated ice cream and deli shop has been serving up smiles since 1950!

When you go, don't leave your dog behind! Lic's has "Doggie Dishes" your pup is sure to love! Doggie Dishes consist of malt-based, unflavored ice cream that's easy on a dog's sensitive stomach. 

Lic's Deli and Ice Cream Website


Main Street F&B with Dog
900 Main Street, Evansville

7. Main Street Food and Beverage

Take your dog to Southern Indiana's first food hall!

Main Street Food and Beverage has several eateries with menus ranging from Mexican, Venezuelan, and American cuisine!

Right outside the building, there are 2 large pet friendly patios. 

Main Street Food and Beverage Facebook Page

Barker Brewhouse
96 North Barker Avenue, Evansville

8. Barker Brewhouse

Barker Brewhouse, Evansville's newest nano-brewery is pet friendly inside and out.

The brewery's logo is inspired by the owner's dog, Leo. Most days, you can find Leo hanging out at the bar, greeting customers!

While you sip on a house-made beer, treat your dog to a Barkuterie Board!

Barker Brewhouse Website

Woodmere Dog Park
3320 Lincoln Avenue, Evansville

9. Barkville at Woodmere Dog Park: Coming Soon!

Barkville at Woodmere Dog Park will be located on Evansville's East side. 

The goal of this off-leash park is to continually make dog's lives more active and fun!

Although it will be a members-only park, there will be days where you can visit the park at no charge.

They hope to open in the Summer of 2024. Be sure to follow their Facebook Page for updates!

Woodmere Dog Park Facebook Page

Earthborn Dog Park Evansville
Corner of Ingle and 3rd Street, Downtown Evansville

10. Earthborn Holistic Dog Park: Coming Soon!

Coming soon to Downtown Evansville is a free public dog park!

Construction has started on the Earthborn Holistic Dog Park with the hopes to open in May 2024. 

The small-scale dog park will include small agility items, benches, and a dog waste station. 


Did you know?

It's legal (with a permit) to own a pet bear in Evansville. While cute, they can grow up to be over 600 lbs!