Dog Walkers in Beavercreek, OH

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Dog Areas in Beavercreek, OH

21 Parks
2 Trails
19 Shops
11 Eateries
6 Groomers

Beavercreek is the second largest suburban city on the east side of Dayton, Ohio. The city has been settled in since the 1800s, but was only incorporated since 1980. For dog walkers, the town has become number one for many of them thanks to the abundance of dog parks, trails, and four animal hospitals.

The best place to bring Fido is the 136-acre Creekside Reserve, which has large open areas, dense forests, and a creek that cuts through the reserve. Inside the park is 3.7 miles of trails, recreational areas for picnicking with overlooks, picnic tables, and shelters. The area has multiple fishing piers and places to play in the water, with additional amenities like trash bins, benches, and clean-up stations in the parking area.

Rotary Park is a large developed park, with paved walking paths, soccer fields, and access to twelve fenced-in baseball fields. There are 18 acres of open space to run around in, with picnic tables, water fountains, and benches available. The park connects to another park known as Owen's Place, with has swingsets, sandpits, and a playground for kids, within a fenced-in area. Dogs can run around and play freely, although outside of the fenced-in area dogs have to remain on a leash.

Beavercreek brings plenty of perks to the area, from offering an expansive shopping district to having multiple rural and developed parks that are open to humans and pups.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Beavercreek, OH

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    Population Density 1,961/sq mi

    #1 Alpha

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    The packed neighborhood of Alpha is a residential community outside of the central part of the city. Inside the area is an open space known as Shoup Park. The park has a large area open to park-goers, surrounded by trees for shade and privacy. There are three soccer fields, a playground, a pavilion, a basketball court, and a pavilion for picnics. The park is pretty rural and only has trash bins and benches, but also allows Fido a place to run around off-leash. Another park in the neighborhood is the Beavercreek Community Park, a more extensive park with an 8-mile walking trail, a fishing pond, a playground, and shaded sitting areas. Dogs do have to remain on a leash inside this park, and have access to water fountains, benches, and nighttime lights.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,673/sq mi

    #2 Knollwood

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    Knollwood is a lively neighborhood packed with rows of residential homes on the northwest side of town. Right on the edge of community is the park known as Summerfield Park that provides a lush field to play in, surrounded by trees on all sides that offer shade and privacy to park-goers. Other amenities of the park include a paved trail, benches, water fountains, and a playground. The Charles I Beaver Park is another community park that offers an entirely shaded area to play in, with open areas and a playground to enjoy. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags before taking Fido!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,702/sq mi

    #3 Hannes Road

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    Hannes Road is a rural residential neighborhood on the east side of the city, mixed with homes, farmland, and dense forests. Karohl Park is a quiet park, made up of open fields and dense woods, with forested trails and picnic tables. Dogs are not required to be on a leash inside this park, but don't forget the water or clean-up bags. Wartinger Park offers residents a newly developed area to play in, with paved walkways, a picnic shelter, a playground, and shaded sitting areas. Dogs do have to be on a leash inside this park, but have access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,504/sq mi

    #4 New Germany

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    New Germany is a lush and bustling neighborhood on the north side of the city, with rows of residential homes and school districts. In the center of the neighborhood is Spicer Park, a bright and open place with trees that line the edges of the park. There's a .9-mile trail that loops inside the park, with open space, a shaded play area and a gazebo for sitting. Grangeview Park is another dog-friendly space to take Fido which has an open field to play in, a baseball field, a playground, a basketball court, and a picnic area. Dogs do not have to be on a leash inside this park, and water fountains are available.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,016/sq mi

    #5 Trebein

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    The neighborhood of Trebein is on the south side of the city and is mixed with dense woods and residential homes. Some of those woods are part of the Fox Run Park, which is an entirely wooded park with some open areas, a playground, and forested trails. Dogs can run and play in the open areas or explore the woods without having to be on a leash, although you will have to remember to bring water and clean-up bags. The Walnut Grove Park is on the southern side of the neighborhood and offers a more developed area to bring Fido. There is an open field, a playground, a pavilion, swingsets, and picnic tables. Additional features available to leashed pups include water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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