Dog Walkers in Beaver, OH

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Dog Areas in Beaver, OH

The town of Beaver in Pike County is in a rural area with forest and farmland. In the region, you'll find some outdoor facilities that allow restrained pets. There are three veterinary clinics in the town of Jackson, about 12 miles from here.

Visit Scioto Trail State Park in Chillicothe, just 23.4 miles north of Beaver for a puptacular adventure. This facility has fishing lakes, hiking trails, picnic areas, and campsites. Explore the grounds with Spot on one of the pathways. Dogs on a lead can be with you in most parts of the property.

Another furrific area to investigate with your furry pal is Cooper Hollow Wildlife Area, located about 23.7 miles southeast of town. This 5,421-acre property offers fishing, hiking, and hunting. There are interior roads and over 20 miles of trails here. Make sure Fido remains in control on a leash.

About 22.5 miles southeast of here, in Jackson Lake State Park, you and your special pal can share an outdoor vacation. In the facility, you can boat and fish on the water or camp and picnic on the land. Leashed pets can be in designated areas. Remember to scoop your pup's droppings.

Beaver offers access to several area recreational facilities that allow dogs!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Beaver, OH

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    Population Density 70/sq mi

    #1 Beaver

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    Beaver is a rural village with houses, apartments, farms, a school, and some businesses. There's a playground and some athletic fields by the school where you can get exercise. About six miles from downtown, you'll find Hidden Trails Campground nestled in the woods on Allen Road. This facility has tent sites and full hookups for RVs. The property offers a serene setting where you and your fur-baby can relax. Spend your day exploring the trails before sitting around the campfire. Pets can come with you when you stay here. Keep them under control and collect any droppings that they leave.
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    Population Density 165/sq mi

    #2 Bristol Village

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    The Bristol Village section of Waverly is about 14.7 miles northwest of Beaver. You'll find apartment complexes, a retirement village, and houses here. There's a walking path in the area that you and Spot can use for exercise. For more space to move around, head to Bristol Park on the east side of the neighborhood. This facility includes a walking and fitness trail loop, ball fields, and some open space. Take a jog around the pathway or play catch in the grass with your special pal. Have Spot in control with a leash during your visit. Carry waste collection bags with you -- the park doesn't provide them.
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    Population Density 257/sq mi

    #3 Waverly

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    The main section of Waverly includes houses, the area high school, restaurants, local businesses, and historic Canal Park. Learn about some of this area's rich history at the Pike Museum on South Market Street. You can also walk along the Ohio-Erie Canal Historic Trail. This pathway follows the remnants of the old waterway. Stroll with Fido on the mixed-surface road and view the interpretive signs and Canal Boat Site. Finish your day with a snack at one of the tables in the park. Your fur-baby may come along if they're on a cord or leash. Make sure you remove your pet's waste.
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    Population Density 440/sq mi

    #4 Jackson

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    Jackson is about 11.7 miles east of Beaver. This small town has single-family homes, some businesses, administrative buildings, and a few parks. In September, you'll be able to celebrate the Apple Festival here. A pawtastic place to visit with your four-footed pal is Eddie Jones Park off Harding Avenue. The property is adjacent to some ball fields, and it includes open space and a multi-use trail along Salt Lick Creek. Follow the pathway with your leashed pooch for scenic views of the woods and water. You might catch sight of deer and other animals here. Have waste removal bags with you.
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    Population Density 85/sq mi

    #5 Lake White

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    About 16 miles west of Beaver, in Greater Waverly, you can find Lake White State Park. Private estates dot the shoreline of this body of water. The park offers a picnic area, some open space, remnants of the Ohio-Erie Canal channel, and lake access. Come here with Fido, your boat, and your fishing pole. Spend a day on the 92-acre lake with your furry pal. Enjoy the views of the wooded hills and sandstone formations along the shoreline. While you're on land, have your pup on a cord or lead for control and be careful to scoop up any droppings.
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