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Dog Areas in Amelia

3 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
1 Groomer

Peaceful and Fido-friendly, the community of Amelia is twenty minutes east of Cincinnati. You and your pup can find a variety of activities to stay entertained and get some exercise any time of the year. Pup parents can also take advantage of four veterinarian clinics in Amelia where Fido can get his routine checkups or call in case of an emergency.

If you are looking for a great place to walk your pup, the Robert W. Groh Park will delight both you and your dog. The park entrance is near the Woodside Park subdivision, and the trail is paved. You can hike along the loop that goes around the perimeter of the park and around the parking area. During the summer, the kids can enjoy the playground and basketball court or sit with your pooch at one of the shaded picnic tables and enjoy a snack. 

After spending the day at the park, stop by Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers off Waterford Parkway. You can grab some burgers or hot dogs for dinner and order frozen custard or a sundae for dessert.  Be sure to get your pooch a vanilla cone and enjoy your meal at the dog-friendly outdoor tables.

Many families enjoy living in the suburbs and taking advantage of all the amenities of the big city just a short drive away. Amelia offers friendly neighbors, Fido-friendly parks, and hiking trails where you can enjoy quality time with family. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Amelia

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,283/sq mi

    #1 Pierce Township


    Located off Spencer Court, the Spencer Shank Memorial Park features 25-acres of space and a fenced in dog area. The dog park offers two separate areas for large dogs and smaller pups where Fido can run around and have fun with his furry friends. There are shaded benches for pooch-parents and a doggie water fountain. You will need to bring your own doggie waste bags, but your pup will love running around and chasing a ball in the park. Outside the dog park, there is a playground for the kids and a frisbee golf course. The walking trail is also perfect when you and Fido want to get some exercise together. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,649/sq mi

    #2 Amelia East


    Bachelier Park is located on Lindale-Mt Holly Road and offers open fields where your pup can play. The ball fields are perfect to play a game of fetch when there are no baseball or softball games in session, just be sure to bring some doggie waste bags to clean up. You can also walk around the park on the paved path, and refill your water bottles at the fountain. The picnic tables are perfect for a quick snack with your pooch, or enjoy a warm day relaxing under one of the shade trees. Fido will have a great time rolling around in the grass or socializing with other pups at the park. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,392/sq mi

    #3 Taylor Road


    About three and a half miles north of Amelia, Sycamore Park is located in the town of Batavia. The walking path follows along the river and features several benches where you and your pup can sit and relax and watch the activities on the water. There is a playground for the kids and shaded picnic shelters if you want to invite friends and their furry companions for a picnic. Many pup parents enjoy walking along the water admiring the view, or letting their pups sniff the trees and flowers in the park. If you are looking for a tranquil spot to spend some time with Fido, Sycamore Park is the place to go. 

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 775/sq mi

    #4 Winthrow


    Just ten miles west of Amelia, the Winthrow Nature Preserve is in the city of Cincinnati. There are a variety of trees and plants where Fido can sniff, and a 1.7-mile nature trail perfect for a quick hike. There are often other pups out getting some exercise, so be sure to keep Fido on a leash, and bring along some doggie waste bags. The nature preserve offers beautiful views through the wooded trails and provides plenty of shade on hot summer days. The trail that follows along the Ohio River takes about 45 minutes to walk and is perfect for an afternoon stroll. 

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    Population Density 1,350/sq mi

    #5 Withamsville


    Eight minutes north of Amelia, the Withamsville-Tobasco Park is on Rohling Oaks Drive in Cincinnati. Pups and their parents can enjoy a walk along the path and admire the views and gardens. Fido will love rolling around in the grass or watching the kids on the ball field. There is plenty of open space to play a game of fetch with your pooch, or just relax under one of the shade trees. Less than a mile from the park, you can take the family and your pup to dinner at Laszlo’s Iron Skillet. There are nine outdoor pooch-friendly tables where you can enjoy a meal and socializing with friends. 

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