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Dog Areas in Clyde

4 Parks
1 Trail
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

Clyde is a small town in Sandusky, Ohio. The town's most notable feature is the fact that it served as inspiration for Sherwood Anderson's 1919 collection of short stories. On the outskirts of Cleveland, your dog will be happy hanging in Clyde since it's not too close to a busy city. With one veterinarian in town, your dog will be in great hands in Clyde.

Hang out at Paden Park alongside your four-legged pal. This park doesn't offer a ton of amenities, but your dog will love the simpleness of it. The park offers an open grass area for fetch and a paved walking path around it that you both can get a good walk on together. Make sure your dog stays on a leash while you are exploring this park together. 

If you're looking to enjoy a treat with Fido, stop into Twistee Treat. They offer unique ice-cream flavors with pawsome treats like waffle tacos or a cookiewich, an ice cream sandwich that uses two cookies. Your pup will be dying to get a lick of your ice cream, or if he is hungry, grab a hot dog for him.

Although small, your dog will love being around you while the two of you explore Clyde together.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clyde

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,791/sq mi

    #1 City Center

    If your dog is craving some off-leash time, head over to the Clyde Dog Park. This beautiful dog park offers tons of room to run, plus benches, clean-up stations, a fire hydrant, a doggie water fountain, and a double gate system to keep everyone safe. The dog park is located inside of Community Park, so if Fido doesn't feel like being social, you can still explore this park's pawsome features, including tennis courts, a volleyball court, baseball and softball diamonds, and a pond. Hendricks Park is a bit smaller of a park, but includes amenities like a playground, climbing toys, and tennis courts. The Gus Wolf Park offers one tennis court, one basketball court, a playground, and a large grass field. The North Coast Inland Trail- Sandusky County Trail is the perfect trail to get a walk in with Fido, especially since it passes right through downtown Clyde. The trail is 28-miles total in length with an asphalt surface, and runs from Elmore to Bellevue, so you and Fido can walk along it as far as you want before turning around and going back home
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 433/sq mi

    #2 Bardwell Road

    Head over to the Castalia Quarry MetroPark for a fun afternoon out with your furry pal. This beautiful park has a playground, restrooms, and trails for you and your pup. There are numerous different types of trails throughout the park, ranging in distance and difficulty. Locals do warn that one trail has a cliff, so pay attention to where you walk and keep your dog on a leash while you are hiking. Bring plenty of water along with you too since there isn't any shade provided in this park. Your dog will have a great time heading over to Castalia, which is only eleven miles from Clyde, to explore this pawsome park! 
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,389/sq mi

    #3 East Fremont

    Head over to the Countryside Park with your four-legged pup. This large grassy park offers tons of room for your dog to run around and get some exercise in. There is a gazebo for shade, plus a few trees scattered throughout the park to help provide shade. There are also restrooms available and a few benches to relax on. If you both want to walk there is a one-mile loop trail around the park that you and Fido can use for a walk before heading home. Located in Fremont and only eight miles out of Clyde, your pup will enjoy exploring this park with you.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,537/sq mi

    #4 Northwest Clyde

    Take your pup out to The Woods at Luscombe Farms. This lovely 55-acre park has great amenities, like bird watching and maple sugaring. The park offers a loop trail that wanders through the woods so you and Fido can get a walk in while visiting. While walking the trail, you and your dog will be shaded by huge maple, hickory, and oak trees. Make sure Fido stays on a leash, and don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags along with you. Occasionally, this park has events, so make sure that Fido is up for being social before you head out.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,610/sq mi

    #5 W State/ N Wilson

    If your pup is looking for some new parks to explore, head over to Fremont. The Birchard Park offers a playground, benches, plenty of trees for shade, and a great open grass area. There is a long paved walking path that meanders around this huge park for a pawtastic walk. Also in this neighborhood is Mailer Park, a small park that has a few benches, a pavilion, and a nice paved walking trail around the park. The park has plenty of shade from trees and even a small grass area. Both of these great parks are located in Fremont, and only eight miles out of Clyde.
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