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Dog Areas in Columbiana

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More than 7,000 people live in Columbiana, a city in Columbiana and Mahoning counties in Ohio. Columbiana is ranked as one of the most livable cities in the state, and its well-known for its excellent school systems. It also has a distinctive downtown district with all sorts of shops and restaurants, as well as an outdoor business district with a 1930s theme. Every year, the city hosts the Shaker Woods Arts and Crafts Festival, and it attracts not only residents but visitors from all over the country. Columbiana is just 17 miles from Youngstown, 78 miles from Cleveland, 55 miles from Akron, and 58 miles from Pittsburgh. If ever there's anything you can't find right in town, all the amenities you'll need are a short drive away.

When you're looking for dog-friendly activities in Columbiana, check out Shellabella's on South Main Street. This casual restaurant welcomes dogs at their two outdoor tables, so there's no need to leave Fido behind when you head out for a bite to eat. You can dine on American-style dishes like burgers, steak, shrimp and grits, and so much more. After your meal, you and your doggo can hop in the car and make the short drive to one of several nearby off-leash parks!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Columbiana

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    Population Density 2,855/sq mi

    #1 Applewood Acres

    Boardman is a census-designated place in Mahoning County with a population of more than 35,000 people, and the town's central area is only 10 miles from Columbiana. In less than 20 minutes, you and your dog can drive to Boardman Park, a 227-acre outdoor oasis with activities for the whole family to enjoy. Inside the park, there are gardens, a historical village, stables, walking trails, and an off-leash dog park. The Pawstown Dog Park makes up more than three acres of the park, and it has separate sections for big and small dogs. A membership is required to visit this park, and inside the fence, you'll find water fountains, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 276/sq mi

    #2 South Lisbon

    You and your pooch can access the Little Beaver Creek Greenway Trail in southern Lisbon, Ohio and it's less than 10 miles from Columbiana. This 12.5-mile trail runs through several areas of Columbiana County, and it's a pawesome place to walk your dog on a leash. The Little Beaver Creek Greenway Trail is paved, which makes it an ideal spot for inline skating, cycling, and jogging. The trail runs parallel to Little Beaver Creek, so along your journey, you and your dog will see all sorts of beautiful sights, including wetland wildlife habitats, glacial outwashes, mature ravine woodlots, and so much more!
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    Population Density 1,122/sq mi

    #3 Countryside

    Austintown is another census-designated place in Mahoning County, and it's home to more than 30,000 people. In about 20 minutes, you and your dog can drive to southwestern Austintown, and you'll arrive at the Austintown Dog Park. Inside this off-leash park, there's a half-acre section for big dogs with six pieces of agility equipment, as well as a quarter-acre area for dogs who weigh less than 25 pounds. There are seating areas and waste disposal stations throughout the park, but you'll need to bring your own drinking water. There are playgrounds and fields surrounding the dog park, and your dog can join you in these other areas when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,476/sq mi

    #4 Southwest Cortland

    The southwestern corner of Cortland, Ohio is just over a half-hour drive from Columbiana, and that's where you'll find Mosquito Lake Dog Park. This off-leash dog park sits on the southern shores of Mosquito Creek Lake, and it includes fenced swimming areas for pets. There are also enclosures for big and small dogs, and the park makes up more than five acres. Inside this dog park, you'll find drinking water for dogs, shaded seating areas for humans, and waste disposal supplies. There's a dog rinse station to clean up your pet at the end of your visit, but be sure to bring a towel to dry them off.
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    Population Density 1,251/sq mi

    #5 Venice Heights

    In only half an hour, you and your dog can drive to eastern Warren, Ohio and arrive at the Howland Township Park. This 172-acre park is a beautiful place to bring your dog for a day of fun on-leash activities. There are volleyball, tennis, and basketball courts inside the park, as well as baseball fields, two playgrounds, lots of seating areas, a stone pavilion, and picnic areas. Howland Township Park has doggy waste supplies in case you forget your own, but you'll need to bring drinking water. You'll also find a paved trail in the park that spans more than one mile. This makes for an excellent dog-walking area, but you'll also see joggers, skaters, and cyclists on the path.
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