If you’re looking for the pawfect adventure destination, then take the 5-mile trip over to Deer Creek State Park. This is a great place to explore nature at a relaxed pace. You could find a new destination within the miles of trails with each and every visit. There is lake access as well as many small creeks to splash around in. Please remember that you will need to keep your dog on the leash, and no fur babies are allowed on the swimming beaches. Come and spend the day or just the afternoon with your dog in the great outdoors.
If you really want to show your dog the way to have the ultimate barktastic experience, take them the twenty miles over to Prairie Oaks Metro Park. There are lots of trails to explore with your dog on the leash, but there’s even more to do off leash. Birdie Trail is an off-leash hiking trail. There is also a dog lake where Fido can play fetch with his water toys or just cool off in after a long hike. Wide open spaces allow him to run and play without being tied to a leash. Just remember that there is no fence, so Fido will need to remain under your voice control at all times.
Just a 22-mile trip will take you over to Battelle-Darby Creek Metro Park in Galloway. This is the perfect place to take Fido for a nice, long walk in nature. Take in the beautiful natural views, and investigate all the animals that live here. Fido can play in the off-leash area with all his new friends or swim in the furrific lake or ponds. The weather controls what you can do and see. The rain causes many streams and tiny pools to collect. No two visits to this park will be the same! There are always new sights and smells to explore. The park does close when it is snowy or hazardous, so please make sure to check the weather in advance.
It is only about 30 minutes from Chenoweth to Upper Arlington, but if you are heading to Northam Park, you know you are in for a day full of excitement. This is a community park and offers lots of tree-lined walking trails. There is a ton space for your kids to run and play in as well. This park is used by the local little leagues and is often buzzing with sports teams and spectators. During these times, it is recommended that you keep your dog on a leash. There are after hours that allow off-leash fun as well.
Thirty- three miles outside of Chenoweth is a local favorite hotspot called World of Beer High Street. This place is known for its beer on tap, which is, of course, strictly for the humans. However, your pawesome pal is welcome to join you on the patio for any meal. Come and watch the latest game on the big screen. At World of Beer, your dog gets his drink at the same time you do! The staff will be delighted to bring your dog his own water bowl. The fare is classic bar foods so find your old favorites or try something new. Just try to resist the inevitable puppy dog eyes.