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Dog Areas in Aurora, OH

8 Parks
4 Trails
1 Groomer

The city of Aurora in Portage County, Ohio, is located 27 miles southeast of Cleveland, and is a great spot to stop by with your dog. 

Your first port of call has to be the free Tails ‘n Trails Dog Park at Sunny Lake Park. There are two fenced areas, one for small dogs and one for the larger breeds, with some play features, running water and waste bags provided. You can relax on one of the benches while you supervise your playful pup. Outside the dog park, Sunny Lake Park has a paved 0.75-mile trail where you can pop Fido back on a lead and go for a nice walk together. There are even more trails at the Sunny Lake Park – North End, as well as picnic tables and grills, playgrounds and a memorial tree garden to seek out here, so you are sure to have a fantastic day out!

If you are hungry while out and about in town, Aurora has four dog-friendly restaurants to try. The Mason Jar Grill and Pub, and Mad Jack’s Grill and Pub will fix you up with classic American-style meals washed down with a cold drink of choice. 1815 Tavern has a historic name, contrasted with a more modern selection of meals that aim to highlight the abundance of the quality local produce in the area. Café Toscana is a casual eatery that serves up an array of classic Italian meals. All of these places welcome dogs at one of their outdoor tables.

These are just a few of the many things to do when visiting Aurora with your furry travel buddy in tow. You will both have a great stay here!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Aurora, OH

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 229/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Twinsburg


    For more great pup-friendly restaurants, head to neighbouring Twinsburg, just five miles east. Check out Panera Bread for a delicious breakfast omelette or pastry, or a light lunch of wraps, sandwiches, soup or salads. Brewsters Café and Bistro has a large outdoor patio which is lovely to sit at when the weather is warm and enjoy lobster risotto balls, bourbon glazed shrimp skewers, cactus chilli or a gourmet wrap or sandwich. Chipotle Mexican Grill has your hankering for Mexican covered, with tacos, nachos and burrito bowls and all your favourites. Mavis Wrinkle’s Irish Pub serves up classics such as surf ‘n’ turf, sizzling steaks and shepherd’s pie. For something sweet to end the day, Dairy Queen is right around the corner.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 839/sq mi

    #2 Darian Ln

    In neighbouring Twinsburg is the 3,000-acre Liberty Park, a space well worth checking out with your pup. For some off-lead action here, seek out the Twinsburg Dog Park in the northern section of Liberty Park where your pet can run free and play with like-minded pups in one of the two fenced areas. Bring your own water here, but there are a couple of doggie drinking bowls available. Once your mate has had a good run, pop him back on the lead and explore the larger Liberty Park, where you will find several paved walking trails, a picnic area and plenty of open grassed space for relaxing together or enjoying a game of catch.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,135/sq mi

    #3 Ravenna Rd/ Glenwood Dr

    Centre Valley Park in Twinsburg, a little over six miles east of Aurora, is another wonderful place to go for an on-lead walk with your dog. Here you will find a 4.41 mile pup-friendly trail known as the Centre Valley Loop Trail. The eastern section of the trail is the Old Hickory Trail, which covers approximately 1.25 miles through picturesque woodlands and joins a sidewalk trail at either end to complete the loop. There are other shorter paved trails through the park to also explore. Centre Valley Park has restrooms, picnic areas and ample parking near the main trail for convenience. For more park exploration and trail walking, head a little north to Glen Meadow Park where you will find additional pet-friendly paved trails as well as amenities such as restrooms, picnic areas and a playground.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 163/sq mi

    #4 South Bainbridge-Auburn

    The Beartown Lakes Reservation in Chagrin Falls is a spectacular 149-acre park with three trails of varying difficulty; the easy paved Lake Trail at 0.8 miles, the gravel Beechnut Trail at 0.6 miles, and the gravel Whitetail Trail at 1.5 miles. These trails take you around the three lakes and along Spring Creek, as well as into varying flora of maple-beech forest, pine stands, meadowlands and grasslands. You need to keep your dog leashed here, but he will love getting out and about in this beautiful area and spotting the many forms of wildlife in the that call this place home. The recreation area at North Point, beside Lower Bear Lake, has restroom facilities, picnic areas and a playground.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 760/sq mi

    #5 Stow Road by Seaton

    Hudson Springs Park in Hudson, about 7.5 miles southwest of Aurora, is a 260-acre park with two miles of trails to hike, three picnic pavilions and lots of open space. Dogs are permitted here, but must remain on a leash, and always clean up any mess your pet leaves behind. The whole family will love this park, with its scenic woods, beautiful lake (which is also open for fishing) and many species of wildlife to seek out, including deer, fox, ducks, heron, hawks and owls. The human kids will love the hedge maze, disk golf and playground. Bring a picnic lunch, water for all of you and take some time out together – a perfect way to spend a day!
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