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Dog Areas in Cleveland Heights

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4 Eateries
1 Groomer
Cleveland Heights is an "inner ring" suburb of Cleveland, and a dog-gone good time! Bring your pup with you to explore all that this great location has to offer. With a plethora of parks and dog-friendly dining options, let the good times roll! There's a full service veterinary hospital right in town as well. 

Piccadilly Artisan Yogurt is a great way to kick off your visit to Cleveland Heights, as their organic and artisan sweet treats can be enjoyed at dog-friendly outdoor tables--and some are pup safe! 

Veteran's Memorial is a beautiful park in Cleveland Heights that honors local soldiers. There's a gazebo and monument close to the center of the park. The rest of the park is a tasteful lawn, dotted with trees and a few benches for sitting and reflecting. It's a beautiful place to go to get to the spirit of Cleveland Heights, or go on a calm and quiet walk with your dog. 

Forest Hill Park is a livelier alternative! If your dog is a ham for a crowd, or you have a whole group of humans to entertain as well, Forest Hill Park is for you. There are paved walking trails as well as sports fields, a playground, and a picnic area. 

Cleveland Heights is a furrific, dog-loving town!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cleveland Heights

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    Population Density 5,107/sq mi

    #1 Cedar Lee

    If you're drooling as much as your canine companion, head to Cedar Lee in Cleveland Heights. This neighborhood has three dog friendly restaurants in a two block radius. The New Heights Grill serves up hearty American classics, from farmhouse breakfasts to new potatoes and salsbury steaks. The Anatolia Cafe has a large outdoor patio with plenty of dog-friendly seating to go around. You can sample Greek, Turkish, and Armenian food at this upscale eatery. BestGyro is a fast casual dining establishment that serves other sandwich and sandwich type food in addition to their namesake gyros. They offer a great value and quick serve to their dog-friendly patio.
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    Population Density 5,107/sq mi

    #2 Cain Park

    Cain Park is a long, narrow park in Cleveland Heights. Start at one end and work your way down to the other and you'll pass everything the park has to offer. Come back the same way, and you'll have had a nice long walk! Starting at the north end, the park features tennis courts and basketball courts. Walk past the gazebo and you'll find yourself next to the splash pad. Sadly, dogs can't enjoy this, though it's very popular with children. At the far end of the park is Cain Park Sledding Hill! This hill is a load of fun in winter!
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    Population Density 5,107/sq mi

    #3 Coventry Village


    Cumberland Park makes great used of its space. One of the biggest draws for the the park is the public pool! Sadly, Spot isn't allowed to swim. The playground is popular with children. There's an open meadow used for sports and picnics, but what your dog will probably like the best is the walking paths! Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Park is an open park with plenty of grassy lawn space. There's also a playground with separate areas for older and younger kids! You can walk laps to your hearts' content, but this is also a great park to just relax at a picnic table. 

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    Population Density 5,512/sq mi

    #4 Caledonia/Noble

    Caledonia Park is a gorgeous park in a classic Cleveland Heights neighborhood! This park is roughly half open lawn, and half developed land. The picnic tables are grouped around a gazebo that's perfect for taking pictures. There's a playground near there where kids can play. You can leash up your dog and head deeper into the park to explore the lawn! Though the park doesn't have a walking path, the edges of the park are tree lined and make for an interesting place to let your dog follow their nose. With all the wildlife attracted to this urban oasis, there'll be plenty to sniff!
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    Population Density 5,264/sq mi

    #5 Euclid Creek

    Euclid Creek spans the towns of Cleveland Heights and Euclid. Denison Park is right on the Cleveland Heights side of the neighborhood. The center of the park is a perfect kid's playground! The park around it has open grass, an American football field, a baseball diamond, tennis courts, and basketball courts. This takes up a lot of room! Your leashed dog will have a blast following the path from place to place. You could also choose to walk the perimeter for a longer and more challenging walk. Bring your own water in with you, and a doggie bowl to share it!
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