10 Incredible Indoor Dog Parks to Visit

These paws-itively awesome indoor dog parks will have your dog's tail wagging for days.

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Tail Wags Playground

Tail Wags Playground in Columbus, Ohio considers itself a "doggie place unlike any other destination." That couldn't be truer. It's a haven for both dogs and owners, boasting a 5,200-square-foot indoor playspace and a dog-friendly lounge where owners can work while their pups run, jump and play. At the on-site Doggie Bean Café, owners can enjoy freshly-brewed, self-serve coffee from local coffee bar One Line Coffee.

Bow chika Wow Town

At Rhode Island's first and only indoor dog park, Bow chika Wow Town has made a name for itself among active pups thanks to a 13,000-square-foot indoor playspace. Dogs will love running, chasing, fetching and of course, fighting over rope and squeaker toys. The indoor space is divided into separate areas for big and small dogs. A small outdoor area opens up when weather permits, allowing for even more doggie fun.

Dogwood Play Park

Dogwood Play Park in Seattle is a hip, modern indoor-outdoor playspace for furry pups. It's also a bar. Yes, the on-site tavern serves up cider, beer, wine and snacks. Bring your dog to the 8,000-square-foot social space that opens up to an outdoor, off-leash park when the weather is nice. As a bonus, Seattle Barkery, a local food truck for dogs, sells gourmet dog treats at the play park.

Venus De Fido

At Venus De Fido in Palm Desert, Calif., dogs can learn to sit, stay and come in an obedience class, enjoy a blueberry facial at the on-site doggie spa or play all day at the indoor dog park that mirrors a Venetian piazza. Dogs will love socializing while running, jumping and chasing other dogs over agility equipment. Venus De Fido also offers a Fido & You class that includes cardio, yoga and core work for you and your pup.

Paws 4 Fun Park

At Paws 4 Fun Park in Lincoln, Neb., there are two play areas for large dogs and two play areas for small dogs at this 12,000-square-foot indoor dog park. There's even an indoor saltwater pool just for pups. Between swimming, running through tunnels and palling around with other dogs, your furry BFF may not know what to do first. Owners, settle in at the lounge with a cup of coffee and free Wi-Fi.

Bar K Lab

In Kansas City, Bar K is where all the cool pups go to meet up with their squad. The 16,000-square-foot warehouse is a temporary community space for dogs and owners while a permanent facility is being built in nearby Riverfront Park. There are multiple open play sessions at Bar K Lab, as well as a weekly Puppies Night Out. Owners can enjoy an on-site bar and lounge, as well as a weekly running club to further work out their pups.

Baxter's K9 Complex

At Baxter’s K9 Complex in St. Charles, Mo., your dog will sleep well after playing with fellow canines at this 15,000-square-foot indoor-outdoor play park that includes ramps, jumps, tunnels and toys. The space is so big, however, that if your pup poops out, there is still plenty of space to chill out for a little while. Drop off your pet, or hang out to watch him play with his favorite pals.


Your dog will love to run free and socialize at Wagg'n, an 8,100-square-foot indoor dog park in Missoula, Mont., which has special playspaces for small dogs and older dogs. Wagg'n even offers a self-service dog wash area at no charge, as well as social groups and educational talks. For owners, look for free Wi-Fi, coffee and flat screen TVs. A webcam lets you check in on your furry pal when you're out of the building.

Sit, Stay, N' Play

Sit, Stay, N' Play in Huber Heights, Ohio has a 3,000-square-foot indoor play area just for dogs that need to get off the couch and burn some energy. Whether your pup opts to play with toys or run with the big dogs at the play park, he's certain to come home with a wagging tail and a desire for a long nap.

Lucky Paws Pet Resort

At Lucky Paws Pet Resort in Freedom, Penn., pups can run through tunnels, drink from a waterfall and sniff as much as they want at this 3,500-square-foot indoor dog park. Dogs will love spending time at Lucky Paws, especially on "ruff" days when snow or rain might ordinarily keep them inside. When the weather is nice, pups can run free in the adjacent outdoor dog park with water fountains and even more play equipment and toys.

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