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Carey is a quaint village in central northern Ohio. The town was established in 1843, and was named for the prominent judge and congressman John Carey. With a low population, the village only takes up 2 square miles, which is mostly made up of residential buildings and open land. With all that area available, you'll be sure to find some favorite dog walking spots around town.
One of those favorite spots is waiting at Shrine Park. Taking up about 10 acres of land, the park dedicates its efforts to maintaining the paved walkways and lawns found throughout. Dogs are welcome at the park while on a leash, and can take a stroll along the paths, play in the open fields, or relax on one of the many benches found in this pawsome green space.
If all that play works up an appetite, you'll appreciate the Smokin' Buckeye BBQ Restaurant. With its dog-friendly, outdoor seating, friendly staff have been known to serve complimentary water and treats to good pups, and some knockout BBQ dishes, it'll be sure to become a favorite.
This small town doesn't offer any vets within its borders, but traveling south to the town of Sandusky will give any dogs the choice of four different vets.
In the center of the city, you'll find the lovely Memorial Park, a dog-friendly place for you and Fido. Dogs are welcome on-leash anywhere around the park. Here, you and your pup can play in some of the free areas, explore the recreational baseball and football fields, walk along the paved paths, or sit on a bench in the shade of an oak tree and watch a game. For a unique adventure, head north towards the Indian Trail Caverns, a cave formation site that's open to the public and dogs. Dogs are welcome to accompany you on the tour to explore the outside of the place, but dogs cannot enter the cave.
The Wharton neighborhood is in the town of Sandusky which borders the southern part of Carey. Only two miles away, the Wyandot Wildlife Area is dog-friendly during the off-seasons for hunting due to safety reasons. But during those months, humans and dogs are allowed in the park to explore the loop trail that spans the exterior of the green space. Dogs must remain on a leash so as not to disturb the wildlife, and must be picked up after. Without any amenities, you should be sure to bring any water, snacks, and clean up bags for use in the area.
The town of Sycamore is 11 miles southeast of Carey, and is about as a small a town you can find. Although little, the village has a unique destination for dog lovers: the Indian Mill Park. This dog-friendly park hosts the old Mill along with a walking tour to teach you about its history. Leashed dogs are allowed on the outside part of the journey, and must remain on a leash 5 feet or shorter. The park has river access to the Sandusky River, where Fido can play on the river bank and enjoy the cold water of the river. Be sure to come prepared with all the doggy necessities before heading to the park, including water to drink.
This neighborhood of Findlay is about 12 miles northwest of Carey, and although it may seem like a bit of a hike, the travel will be worth it. Here you will come upon the K-9 Field of Dreams at Riverbend Park. The park is a 1-acre, fenced-in and dog-friendly park ready for some serious off-leash play. There are kiddie pools, free toys, a double-gated fence, clean-up stations and plenty of benches. If you love spoiling your dog, bring him here. If you love spoiling you AND your pup, bring him to Biggby Coffee, a small-town coffee shop that offers dog-friendly, outdoor seating, and a drive through. Best of all, your furry bestie can enjoy a pup cup filled with whip cream and dog treats.
The Tiffen Avenue and Bright Road neighborhood of Findlay is about 16 miles from Carey. This community hosts the dog-friendly Riverside Park, a 7 acres green space that allows all on-leash dogs throughout. From trails to open areas, Fido can burn off that excess energy pretty quickly here. Dogs are even allowed on the riverfront to play in the water, or accompany you on one of the boat rentals at the boat launch. With all the activity, there's no doubt you and your dog will build up an appetite. Head to Fort Findlay Coffee, a casual coffee and doughnut shop that offers dog-friendly seating outdoors.
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