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Dog Areas in Akron

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1 Shops
2 Eateries
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Akron is a city that has something for everyone. Located along the picturesque Erie Canal, this city is a regional crossroads that features a plethora of outdoor activities, outstanding shopping outlets, and a vibrant art scene.

If you’re a nature lover, Akron is the perfect place to take a hike. The Ohio & Erie Canal - Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area is a multi-use hiking trail that was originally a historic towpath. Fortunately, Rails to Trails Conservancy transformed the towpath into a magnificent place to take your canine companion for a walk. After exploring the beautiful foothills of the Western Reserve and the seemingly endless Erie Canal, rest your head at Red Roof Inn Akron. This pet-friendly hotel allows up to two pets of any size for no additional fee. For an added bonus, this hotel will even allow you to leave your (well behaved) pet unattended in your room alone.

Before leaving town, grab a quick bite to eat at Aladdin’s Eatery Akron. This local Mediterranean food chain is super pet-friendly and will even provide a water bowl for your furry friend. Whether you’re just passing through, or here for a visit, Akron has plenty for you and your pup to check out!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Akron

#1 Highland Square

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Dog Parks 0
Population Density 6,887/sq mi

#1 Highland Square

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Aladdin’s Eatery in Highland Square is almost as great a place to stop as the fabled character’s cave of wonders… if you rate a really great lunch you can bring your best friend to as highly as gold and jewels. We sure do! Aladdin’s Eatery features outdoor tables for excellent dining, as well as water bowls for canine visitors. This great lunch and dinner spot is deep in the heart of one of Akron’s main residential neighborhoods. It’s still close to downtown, making it a great stop for locals and visitors alike. Lunch in Highland Square is enough to make you sit up and beg!


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#2 Elizabeth Park Valley

36
Dog Parks 1
Population Density 1,739/sq mi

#2 Elizabeth Park Valley

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Elizabeth Park Valley in Akron, OH, has a wealth of natural resources. There are two main attractions in the area for dogs. The first is Akron Dog Park. This is a large, completely fenced park area near Cascade Valley Park that’s perfect for letting your dog romp and play off-leash. There are watering stations and some used but useful agility equipment at the park. If you fancy a longer walk, you can head to The Ohio & Eerie Canal Cuyahoga Valley Tow Path. This former freight way has been converted into a multi-use trail for walking, jogging, and biking. Leashed dogs welcome!


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#3 Wallhaven

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Dog Parks 0
Population Density 2,651/sq mi

#3 Wallhaven

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Wallhaven has two parks worth visiting with your dog. Westlake Manor Park will captivate pups with things to see and smell. The large park serves the community with room for sports, picnics, and plenty of walking paths for leashed dogs and unleashed humans. Elm Hill Park nearby is a little less busy. There’s a small pond and plenty of its namesake elms. The neighborhood pup-friendly eatery is D’Agnese’s Trattoria and Cafe. This Italian restaurant has outdoor seating when the weather permits. They also offer a doggie menu just for visiting canines who’d like to try some pawsome cuisine! Unleash your canine’s inner food critic!


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#4 Goodyear Heights

12
Dog Parks 0
Population Density 4,030/sq mi

#4 Goodyear Heights

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Goodyear Heighs Metro Park is THE place to be in Goodyear Heights. This park boasts over 400 acres of open space. The multi-use area is used for fishing, sledding, and year-round hiking and walking. There are several trails through the park, and the looped structure makes it easy for you to choose how long or short your walk is. Dogs must remain leashed inside the park, but the bounty of nature and wildlife makes it a great experience for dogs who crave more contact than barking at the neighborhood squirrel. Located right in Goodyear Heights, the metro park is a taste of nature without a commute.


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#5 Merriman Valley

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Dog Parks 0
Population Density 1,216/sq mi

#5 Merriman Valley

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Hampton Hills Metro Park in Merriman Valley is an amazing park for hikers and dogs alike. There are two trails, each running beside streams. You can choose a two or a six mile hike, but be aware that both feature some uphill climbs. Keep you and your dog’s hiking experience in mind when choosing a walk. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore all 650+ acres of Hampton Hills. For a slightly smaller park experience, follow your nose to Sand Run Metro Park. This park focuses more on observing nature, with wetland trails that provide ample bird and salamander watching space. Leashed dogs will have a blast!
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