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Dog Areas in Chagrin Falls

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Chagrin Falls, Ohio, is a great place for dogs and other animal lovers. With a population of barely 4,000 citizens, Chagrin Falls is a small community in Cuyahoga County, located in the northeastern part of the state and offers many marvelous sights for both pets and their owners.

The main attraction of Chagrin Falls, the waterfalls of the Chagrin river that crosses through the region, can be visited alone or with a furry friend. You can either take the steps all the way down or see the falls from the other side.

The Riverside Park is where the locals generally go to for a walk. Because of its popularity among the dog owners in town, the park is a splendid way for dogs to socialize some. Furthermore, the park is a beauty to behold with many green areas and a kids playground.

Those willing to travel some can check out the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, which is located between Cleveland and Akron and is considered one of the most attractive parks in the States. The park offers a good amount of hiking trails for people and dogs. A little closer to home is Frohring Meadows, a large park in the nearby Bainbridge Township, which features many trails through wooded areas.

Chagrin Falls, Ohio, is a great place for all dog owners. Finish a nice and active day out at the Fresh Start, the most dog-friendly restaurant in town!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chagrin Falls

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    Population Density 4,113/sq mi

    #1 Village Center


    For a fun-filled day with your furry best friend, Downtown Chagrin Falls' Main Street in the Village Center neighborhood is the best place for trendsetting, hipster tail-waggers. At Yours Truly, a posh little eatery that serves breakfast and lunch, you can have a bite to eat at its spacious, always pooch-packed, dog-friendly terrace. All dogs know that when in downtown Chagrin Falls, a pup's gotta visit the Falls. Within barking distance is Riverside Park, the perfect place to enjoy an on-leash walk in its scenic greenspace adjacent to the Chagrin Falls. Bring a few extra bones as you'll surely run into your pup's pals there.

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    Population Density 3,267/sq mi

    #2 Bainbridge


    Massive trees and sweeping lawns line Bainbridge village streets, a doggy-heaven sent cornucopia of pleasing sniffer scents for canines of all kinds. Bainbridge is filled with picturesque parks, and easily navigable paths for dog walking. Sniff out Frohring Meadows, a 289-acre prairie and woodland trail park with strictly enforced leash laws. Here, you can go for a birdwatching or wildflower-scented nature walk. If you've got a pup with boundless energy and a nose for new places, Ellerin Property, renamed Geauga Park, is now open to the public. With 129 acres of land, streams, ravines, and scenic hillsides, you may wonder if you'll ever see FiFi again!

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    Population Density 864/sq mi

    #3 Bentleyville


    Bentleyville Community Park, located within the South Chagrin Reservation, will have your dog sitting ready for playing with its unfenced fields and shallow pond. Although there are no specific regulations, the local pups can cool off in the shallow water and run off-leash along the forested trails. Is your Chihuahua a camping champ? Take advantage of the mature tree grove near Hiram House Camp, right at the end of Hiram Trail, a child-friendly camping area where dogs are permitted. If your dog lifts his snout at the mention of campfire S'mores, pit stop with a home-packed snack at the Quarry Rock picnic area before heading out to explore sandstone ledges and cold-water creeks.

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    Population Density 3,810/sq mi

    #4 South Russell


    At the South Russell Village Park in the nearby town of South Russell, man's best friend can run wild near the wild blackberry patches that grow there. If your pup is more of a hiking dog, it's merely a hop, skip and bark away from Lakeshore Reservation Park, every forest lov'in pup's dream. There’s plenty of trails that Fido will waggingly approve, but the All People's Trail is a well-known route amongst dog lovers. Your loveable pup won't think twice before running to splash the edge of Lake Erie beach. Add a frisbee and a lunch, and your pooch will turn flips at the prospect of spending some well-deserved quality time with his favorite human.

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    Population Density 3,320/sq mi

    #5 Moreland Hills


    In Moreland Hills, you can tell your dog to "take a hike" along the dog-friendly, sniffer-ific hiking trails of nearby Chagrin River Road Park, a long expanse of forested trails that extend from South Chagrin Reservation to Forest Ridge Preserve. With thick shrubs, mature forest, and over 2.83 miles of trails to enjoy, your hiking buddy will run into tons of his doggie pals, all while on-leash. Once you've thoroughly exhausted your pooch, bring him over to the Bark'n Bakery Biscuits, located within PetPeople on Chagrin Blvd, and treat him to a freshly baked grain-free roast duck biscuit.

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