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Dog Areas in Chardon

12 Parks
3 Trails
5 Groomers

Chardon is a city in Geauga County, Ohio, approximately 10 minutes drive south of Lake Erie in the Great Lakes area. There is an animal hospital and a vet clinic in town, so you can be assured your pup will stay safe and well during your visit.

While in town, take a walk along the central section of the Maple Highlands Trail. The best access to the trail is at the 32-acre Mountain Run Station park in the east of Chardon, where there are facilities including parking, picnic areas, restrooms and shelters. From Mountain Run Station to Taylor Wells Road is 1.8 miles, but you can go out-and-back as far as you like. From the park, there is a connecting trail known as the Chardon Run Way which is an additional 0.4 miles. You will need to keep your pet leashed here, but he will love taking a good walk along here with you.

There are four pup-tastic restaurants to seek out in Chardon. Square Bistro sources much of their produce from the local area and is renowned for serving up classic quality fare. Chardon BrewWorks serves pub-grub style meals and is a great place to relax over a cold drink. For a causal bite to eat while you are out and about, Beans coffee shop and bistro is the place to go, or if you are just after a sweet treat, there is a Dairy Queen in town for a delicious ice cream. All of these places welcome dogs at one of the outside tables.

There is so much to see, so many beautiful nature areas around here – this is just the start. You will both love visiting Chardon.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chardon

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 234/sq mi

    #1 Bass Lake

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    Chardon’s Walter C. Best Wildlife Preserve is a 101-acre park where you can take your pooch for a walk through the beautiful grounds and along the 30-acre lake. There are three asphalt trails to explore; the Goldenrod Trail at 0.5 miles, the Cattail Trail at 1 mile, and the 0.1-mile Waterfowl Trail. All three are easy to walk and fully accessible. Animals such as woodchucks, chipmunks, deer, raccoon and foxes are often seen here, along with over 100 different species of birds, so keep your pet on a leash to protect both him and the local fauna. There are shelters available at the Preserve and plenty of space to spread out a blanket for a picnic lunch.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 889/sq mi

    #2 North Chardon

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    In the northern section of Chardon is a beautiful Geauga Park District green space where pups are welcome to visit with their owners, but must remain leashed. Big Creek Park and Whitlam Woods is a 642-acre oasis and is the place to go for a big walk, as there are so many options through here. There are nine park trails varying in difficulty and distances of 0.1 to 1 mile long. In addition, the Tupelo Pond and Bridle Trails run through here and add an additional two trails and 2.9 miles. You can also traverse a section of the statewide Buckeye Trail with your dog from Big Creek Park. The recreation area is a beautiful spot to hang out with the whole family, with a playground and play area, sports fields and restroom facilities, it is a perfect place to spend a sunny day out.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 96/sq mi

    #3 Northern Claridon

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    Claridon Woodlands, just 4.5 miles east in neighboring Claridon, is a wonderful place to get out in nature with your pup. The Woodlands is home to forest, wetlands, two man-made ponds, and tributaries of the Cuyahoga River. Dogs are permitted to walk on-lead here with their owners and enjoy this spectacular 127-acre park, but please make sure you clean up after your pooch. There are three trails to choose from, the paved White Tail Trail at 0.6 miles long, the 0.5-mile gravel Drake Trail and the 1.1-mile Tree Tapper Trail. All are over easy terrain and offer spectacular views over the waterways and through the trees.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 296/sq mi

    #4 Kirtland

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    The Holden Arboretum in Kirtland, seven miles west of Chardon, has over 20 miles of trails to wander with your pup over a massive 3,600 acres! The trails take you through both native forest and well-manicured gardens, which have doggie waste bag stations throughout so you are never caught short. Trails range in length and difficulty, from the easy Strong Acres Loop at 0.75 miles through flat meadows, up to the 2.8-mile Old Valley Trail which includes steep stairs and rougher terrain. For the brave visitor, take a wander along the Murch Canopy Walk perched 65 feet above the forest floor – the view from up there is well worth the trek! Dogs are permitted on-lead throughout the grounds, except in the Myrtle S. Holden Wildflower Garden.

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 312/sq mi

    #5 South Kirtland

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    If your pup is craving some off-lead time, the Canine Meadow Dog Park in Kirtland is the place to go. Located within the Lake Metroparks Farmpark, the dog park has fenced areas for both large and small pups, as well as a 1.84-acre swim area for the waterbabies (accessible from the large dog area only). There is fresh water available for your thirsty pup, but bring a bowl for him to drink from. For some added family fun, take a walk around the Lake Metroparks Farmpark once your pooch is ready to go back on the lead. At the park, you will find amenities such as drinking water, restrooms, picnic shelters and a visitor centre, as well as animal displays and demonstrations, educational gardens much more at the working farm.
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