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Dog Areas in Broadview Heights

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As a southern suburb of Cleveland, the city of Broadview Heights is near several recreational areas. You'll be able to find dog parks, trails, and more within 20 miles of this community. There's a veterinary clinic in town if you're in need of professional services for your furry pal.

Just nine miles east of town, there's a pawtastic outdoor area. Bring your canine companion to Cuyahoga Valley National Park and explore nature together. Dogs are welcome in the Stanford Campground and on more than 110 miles of hiking trails here. You're responsible for picking up Spot's droppings and tethering him on a lead no longer than six feet.

Another pet-friendly spot where you and your four-footed friend can hike or jog together is Furnace Run Metro Park. There are picnic areas, a fishing lake, and three hiking trails in this facility. Make sure you observe city leash laws and clean up any messes.

Hike through ravines, forest, and wetlands with your canine companion at West Creek Reservation. This watershed area supports a variety of wildlife for your viewing enjoyment. To protect flora and fauna, restrain your special pal and keep him under control.

Broadview Heights offers access to area outdoor recreational facilities that permit pets.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Broadview Heights

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    Population Density 2,532/sq mi

    #1 Seven Hills

    Just north of Broadview Heights, you'll find the central Seven Hills neighborhood. This area is densely populated with single-family homes and a park. Many lanes here have sidewalks where you and Fido can stretch your legs. You can also spend some time in Calvin Park on Broadview and Mapleview Roads. There are wooded areas, walking paths, athletic facilities, and picnic tables in this property. Enjoy getting exercise and fresh air with your fur baby here. After you go exploring together, share a snack in the park. Remember to have your four-footed pal restrained and to dispose of any waste that he makes.
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    Population Density 2,739/sq mi

    #2 Rockside-Crossview

    The area around Rockside and Crossview Roads in northern Seven Hills is about ten miles from Broadview Heights. This neighborhood is primarily residential with single-family homes. For a taste of history, you can visit the Phillip Henniger House on Broadview Road. There's a pawesome place off Rockhaven Drive. Take your canine companion to North Park for some recreation. You'll find a paved pathway, athletic facilities, open field, and a pavilion in this city property. Play fetch on the lawn or run obedience drills here with your pooch. Make sure that you have bags for any messes and that you keep your fur baby restrained.
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    Population Density 2,086/sq mi

    #3 Jasmine Drive

    The Jasmine Drive neighborhood in Seven Hills is on the northern border of Broadview Heights. This community includes a commercial area, single-family homes, and a middle school. There's a paved pathway that stretches between the recreation center and Cricket Lane Park that you can use for a short walk. Another place to get exercise with your special pal is Valleywood Park off Orchardview Road. Here, you'll find some athletic fields, a picnic area, and a playground. This is the pawfect place for a family outing! Let the kids play while you and Fido stretch your legs on the paved walkway, then have an outdoor meal together.
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    Population Density 2,367/sq mi

    #4 Ridgewood

    Ridgewood is a residential area that's about nine miles north of Broadview Heights. This neighborhood includes single-family homes, an apartment complex,  and two churches. There are sidewalks along the roads where you'll be able to enjoy a stroll with Spot. If you're looking for some open space, check out John Glen Park off East Dartmoor Avenue. This facility is behind the elementary school on Voyager Circle. You'll find a baseball field, tennis courts, a playground, and some grassy areas here. Play ball with your canine pal. Remember to keep him under your control. Bring bags so that you can dispose of any droppings.
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    Population Density 660/sq mi

    #5 North Royalton South

    Just west of Broadview Heights, you'll find the neighborhood of North Royalton South. This community has a mixture of apartments, single-family homes, commercial areas, and a few parks. For a recreational complex that offers something for everyone, head to North Royalton Memorial Park off State Road. In this city property, you'll find a walking trail for you and Fido, a skatepark for big kids, a playground for little ones, and a fishing pond for everyone. Take a hike around the facility with your four-footed pal, then relax at a table or bench here. Keep your pup off the playground and clean up his droppings.
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