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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Chuckery

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 192/sq mi

    #1 N Maple St


    Bark Park is a 4-acre dog park that gives Fido his own space to run and play. There’s plenty of room here for Fido to get off his leash and run. There are even paved trails for you and your dog to explore -- as long as he’s on leash, of course. Water stations are provided throughout the park, and there are plenty of shaded benches for you to rest on and relax while watching Fido play. Rinse the grass and dirt out of your friend’s fur at the washing station before hopping in the car to head home. The nine-mile drive to this dog park is definitely worth taking!

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    Population Density 1,884/sq mi

    #2 Cosgray Road/Rings Road


    Nando's Dog Park is located within  Darree Fields Park in Dublin, which is ruffly 15 minutes away from Chuckery. Fido will love showing off his skills on the agility equipment at this park. Because it’s pawpular with the locals, there are almost always other fur friends to play with here. The area is secured with tall fences and a double gate system to ensure all pups play safely. There’s also plenty of seating. The downside is that this park is a little on the small side, and also lacks shade for those dog days of summer. Overall, it is a good park and you’ll have tons of fun with Fido here!

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    Population Density 1,645/sq mi

    #3 NE Plain City/Georgesville Road


    For the most part, Prairie Oaks Metro Park is an on-leash park that allows you to run and play with your dog. There are trails to follow and many other dogs to play with. The highlight of this park, especially in the summer, is the doggie beach. It is set up so that you can get off your leash for a little bit and play in the water. There is even a dock to jump off of if you want to. They are two downsides, one is that there are trails that you cannot go on, even on the leash. The other downside is that there is no fence at all. 

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    Population Density 1,644/sq mi

    #4 Central Hilliard


    Heritage Rail-Trail is one of the Rails-to-Trails conservation projects. It is their goal to preserve history by turning the once necessary and now outdated rail systems into a useful part of the modern day. The Rails-to-Trails conservation efforts highlight the usefulness that the rail line still holds. This section is only 18 miles from Chuckery. Not only can you walk the 6-mile trail, but it is also connected to the historic district of Hillard. You can find places to stop and eat as well as enjoy the history of this area. There is even a playground in the area that your kids would enjoy! 

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    Population Density 394/sq mi

    #5 Concord Township


    Companion Club Dog Park is a members-only dog park that features anything and everything you could need. This 12-acre dog park is one of the best in the area. The staff cares for every aspect meticulously. You will find that they have taken the time to create a beach just for Fido and his fur friends! The park also offers agility courses, trails for exploring, and even a washing station. The best part about this pawesome park is that it is only 24 miles from you. Your pal will love playing here, and is sure to beg to come back often!

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