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Dog Areas in Berea, OH

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Berea is a city of nearly 20,000 people in Cuyahoga County in northeastern Ohio. Considered a suburb of the big city of Cleveland, Berea has all of the amenities of a big city, but it still has the charm of a smaller community. Berea has an interesting and rich history, mostly thanks to its sandstone quarries. In addition to its excellent schools and public services, Berea has an excellent parks and recreation system. Berea has city pools, parks, sports fields, rental halls, and plenty of other amenities that your whole family can enjoy! Your dog can join you at many of these parks as long as they're on a leash. There isn't an off-leash dog park in Berea yet, but there are several just a short drive away, as well as a handful of dog-friendly restaurants in town.

Grindstone Tap House is a dog-friendly restaurant in northeastern Berea that serves classic American fare in a casual atmosphere. There is a large outdoor seating area at Grindstone's, and your dog is welcome to join you there as you dig into their dishes like chicken and waffles, brick oven pizzas, patty melts, and a huge selection of beer on tap. The staff at Grindstone's loves their canine guests too, and they'll bring a bowl of water out for your pooch. You and your dog are going to love spending time in Berea, whether it's the place you call home, or you're just passing through.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Berea, OH

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    Population Density 9,821/sq mi

    #1 West Lakewood

    You'll find a great dog park just ten miles north of Berea in Lakewood, Ohio. The Lakewood Dog Park is a large, fenced-in gravel area for dogs to explore off-leash. It also includes a small dog area, and the park is located beside the Cleveland Metroparks Rocky River Reservation, which has a whole bunch of trails you can check out with your dog. Lakewood Dog Park has double-gated entryways for added security, and there are plenty of trees and lots of seating in the park. There is also a water fountain in the park, but it's often turned off in the winter, so be sure to bring your own water when you visit during the colder months of the year.
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    Population Density 682/sq mi

    #2 Windfall/Medina

    Medina, Ohio is less than 20 miles south of Berea, and in eastern Medina, you'll find the Carolyn Ludwig Mugrage Park. This is a 102-acre recreational area that includes a three-acre lake, a few miles of trails, and a seven-acre dog park! This spacious dog park includes sections for big and small dogs, and the entire off-leash area is surrounded by a five-foot fence. Both sides of the dog park have gravel walking trails, wooded natural areas to explore, and turf areas where dogs can play. There are waste disposal supplies at the park, but be sure to bring your own water and bowl.
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    Population Density 2,671/sq mi

    #3 Tremont

    The central Cleveland area known as Tremont is about a 20-minute drive from Berea. South Tremont is home to the Clark Field Dog Park, and this off-leash dog area is sure to become a new favorite! The dog park has a large gravel-surface section for big dogs and a separate, smaller section for little dogs. Both areas have double-gated entry systems, and there are several benches for pet parents, as well as a water fountain for both humans and canines. The Clark Field Dog Park has a reputation for being well-kept, and many attribute that to the supply of waste bags and hand sanitizer provided by the park.
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    Population Density 836/sq mi

    #4 Southwest Avon Lake

    There's another pawesome dog park located less than 20 miles from Berea in western Avon Lake, Ohio. The Park 4 Paws Avon Lake has big and small dog sections that are fenced in with double-gated entry systems. Compared to other parks near Berea, Park 4 Paws isn't on the bigger side, but it has a lot of qualities other than size going for it. There's a mixture of dirt and grassy areas in the park, as well as a variety of seating, water fountains, waste removal stations, and a few pieces of agility equipment. You'll love the shade provided by all of the trees in the park, and the friendly visitors are hard to beat!
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    Population Density 3,862/sq mi

    #5 Monticello Blvd/S Belvoir Blvd

    South Euclid, Ohio is less than 30 miles from Berea, and in northwestern South Euclid sits the Quarry Dog Park. This off-leash dog park is also known as the South Euclid Dog Park, and it is one large space for dogs of all sizes to interact with one another -- there are no separate sections for big and small dogs. This dog park is located beside a baseball field, so you might get to catch a game during your visit, too! There's a water spigot and bowls in the park, as well as a selection of seating for pet parents, and lots of shady trees for hot days.
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