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Dog Areas in Alexandria, OH

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The village of Alexandria is about 30 miles northeast of Columbus. This small town is within 20 miles of several facilities where you and your furry pal can get outdoors together. If you're looking for a veterinarian to care for your pup, you'll find a clinic here.

Plan a trip to the Lazy River at Granville Campground. This property is in a valley off Dry Creek Road. There are hiking trails, a dog park, tent sites, RV hookups, and more here. Well-behaved pooches are welcome in the facility if they're on a lead. 

Drive northwest about six miles to the T. J. Evans trailhead in Johnstown. The former railroad corridor extends 14.3 miles to Newark. Jog on the paved multi-use pathway with your furry pal. Always remember to keep them on a lead and to pick up after them. Bring water with you for your trek.

Treat Spot to social time at Infirmary Mound Park. With 316 acres, this facility has plenty of space for you to stretch your legs. There are over seven miles of trails, picnic areas, and a 4-acre dog park here. When you're not using the off-leash area, keep your fur baby on a lead.

Alexandria and the surrounding areas offer lots of ways for you to explore the outdoors with your pup.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Alexandria, OH

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    Population Density 2,856/sq mi

    #1 Alexandria

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    Alexandria is a small community with single-family homes, an elementary school, a public library, and some local businesses. There's a pond and a community park in town where you can enjoy some fresh air with your pooch. A furiffic place to take Spot exploring is Lobdell Reserve off Mounts Road. There are about eight miles of trails, a disc golf course, and spectacular views in this 210-acre facility. Hike through stream corridors, wetlands, meadows, and woodlands here. You'll need to bring water for your outing. Also, remember to bring bags for waste and to keep your furry pal on a lead.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,180/sq mi

    #2 West Granville

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    The western region of Granville is about 4.5 miles east of Alexandria. There are single-family homes on wooded lots and some apartment buildings in this community. You'll find a pawtastic recreational area that backs up to Raccoon Creek here. Check out Wildwood Park off West Broadway. This facility includes a picnic area with grills, athletic fields, and a dog park. There are waste receptacles throughout the property so that you can easily clean up any droppings. The off-leash area is near the creek at the back of the grounds. Keep your pup on a lead in the rest of the park.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 9,767/sq mi

    #3 Granville

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    The downtown area of Granville includes houses, apartments, historical sites, and businesses. This neighborhood is about 5.4 miles southeast of Alexandria. Visit the Granville Historical Society on East Broadway to learn the history of this community. On the west side of the village, you'll find a pawesome natural area that was once a quarry. Today, Sugarloaf Park off West Broadway is a wooded property with footpaths and a picnic area. Hike up the hill with your pup to see the founder's monument. Carry water and bags with you to clean up any messes. Keep your dog on a lead while here.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,058/sq mi

    #4 Pataskala City Center

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    City Center in Pataskala is about eight miles southwest of Alexandria. This densely populated area includes commercial buildings, houses, apartments, and a golf course. Just west of the downtown district, you'll find a passive recreation facility. Take Spot to William V. Karr Park off West Broad Street. This nine-acre property is behind the city's Administration Building, and it includes a playground, shelters with grills, and some open space. Play fetch and have a cookout with your four-footed friend out here. Remember to keep your pal on a lead when visiting public grounds. Keep bags handy to clean up your pet's waste.
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    Population Density 956/sq mi

    #5 Columbia Center/ Moreland Corners

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    Around the neighborhood of Columbia Center/Moreland Corners, you'll find residential developments, some apartments, and farmland. The streets here have sidewalks where you and Fido can go strolling together. There's a large recreational facility in the northwest corner of this community. Bring your pooch to Thomas J. Evans Foundation Park off McIntosh Road. On the 78-acre property, you'll find playgrounds, athletic fields, wooded areas, and a 1.4-mile trail. Meander through the woods and around the rest of the grounds with your canine companion. As long as you keep pets on a lead, they can come with you. Carry bags to pick up waste.
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