dogs on leash
Off the main roads. Feels like you're stepping into a different world with all the greenery and waterfalls. Moss covered rocks and ferns all over. High rock formations with looping trails. My dog goes crazy over this trail as well. The bottom of the falls tends to be colder and more secluded.
One of my favorite trails in Indiana. Dog-friendly. My dog starts whining as soon as we turn in the entrance because he knows he gets to go swimming and some off-roading trails. Fire tower is accessible. Canoes/kayaks/paddle boats for rent at cheap rate. During the summer, it is jam packed! Also has concerts at the Lincoln Amphitheater during summer if you happen to be there around then.
Close to where I'm living now. The back trails allow my dog some country-feel since we live in an apartment complex. Most of the trails seem rather muddy no matter what time of the year you go so wear shoes you don't love-love. The main drag though is grass and on an incline so no worries there but then again it's a short trail by itself. The angel mounds gated front part doesn't allow dogs so can't say how that is.
I've only been to this trail once, but I loved walking in and seeing a dog unleashed flying into the lake for his ball. Need more places to take dogs and allow them to be free since not all of us live in the country. The trails are pretty easy and short, which is a good thing I guess to some people.