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Dog Areas in Warsaw, KY

Located right at the border of Ohio and Kentucky is the small town of Warsaw. The town was originally known as the "Great Landing" as it was once an important shipping port. It was renamed by a riverboat captain who was reading the book, Thaddeus of Warsaw by author Jane Porter.

Although the small city has plenty of history, that is not the only thing that makes this city special. The city is located between Louisville in Kentucky and Cincinnati in Ohio, so you'll be close to all the amenities of the big city. There are also plenty of parks and lakes near Warsaw. If you are a nature lover, you will love Warsaw. Although the tiny town does not have any of its own parks, there are plenty of parks nearby that you can take your pup to. 

One absolutely wonderful thing about Warsaw is that it is right next to the Ohio river. You can enjoy a cup of coffee next to the water while your pooch gazes out at ducks relaxing and bathing in the river. Be sure to bring plenty of waste baggies for your adventures in and around Warsaw.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Warsaw, KY

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 368/sq mi

    #1 Big Bone

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    Only eighteen miles away from Warsaw is Big Bone Lick State Historic Site. This historic site is more than you and your pup could hope for. It is a campground with plenty of trails, parks and natural beauty. There is also a  museum on-site with fossils as well as a mini-golf course. Although dogs may not be allowed in the museum, they are allowed in the park as long as they are leashed at all times and cleaned up after. This park is a great place to take not only your most loyal companion, but also your entire family!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 334/sq mi

    #2 City Center

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    Walton Community Park, located only thirty miles from Warsaw, is a medium-sized park with plenty of open space, playground equipment and grills for barbecuing. The park is not a dog park, so you will have to keep your pup leashed at all times. This park is great because it is not just for pooches, but also for families. Pack some food to grill, round up your kids and pooches, and spend an afternoon at the park. Plus, Walton Community Park is often frequented by locals, so you and pup are likely to make a friend or two.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,124/sq mi

    #3 Hickory Hill

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    Although E.P. "Tom" Sawyer State Park is nearly an hour's drive away from Warsaw, it is well worth it. This park is approximately 550 acres in size, with plenty of trails, open spaces, camping grounds and much more. And the best thing about the park? It is home to a huge dog park! Your dog can run and play freely in the park while you sit in the grass and enjoy a good book. Just be sure to take your own supplies, including water and doggie poop bags, as the park may not supply these to pet owners.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 110/sq mi

    #4 Holton

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    If you are a Warsaw resident, you are incredibly lucky, because you are only 45 minutes away from Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge. This 50,000-acre forest is an incredible place for hunting, fishing, hiking and bird watching. Dogs are allowed in the park as long as they are kept on a leash at all times. This park is so gorgeous, so don't forget to take a camera with you! You will love taking photos of your pup in the forest chasing after butterflies. Trust us, the 45-minute drive is definitely worth it to get to this utopia!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 113/sq mi

    #5 West Warsaw

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    Who doesn't love a beautiful lake town? Head to Pier 99 so you and your pooch can have a wonderful time by the lake. This pier, overlooking Craigs Creek, also has a marina and is right across from Belterra Casino. The pier also has benches for picnics and relaxing. Make sure your pup is on a leash, because this is not an off-leash park. An additional bonus is that it is located right in Warsaw so you do not even have to go far to have a lovely afternoon next to the water. This will become your go-to place in Warsaw!
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