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Dog Areas in Doylestown, OH

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Doylestown is a small town in Wayne County that's about 17 miles southwest of Akron. Although the village only allows service animals in community parks, there are several pet-friendly recreational facilities near here. You'll find a veterinary clinic downtown when you need professional care for your pooch.

There's a pawtastic outdoor area just 8.6 miles east of Doylestown off Manchester Road. You can bring Spot with you to Portage Lakes State Park to enjoy boating, fishing, hiking, and more together. This facility also has an off-leash dog park that includes a swimming area.

For a hike or jog along the Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath Trail, head about five miles southeast of town to the Clinton Trailhead off North Street. This multi-use pathway stretches for over 85 miles south from Cleveland. Your fur-baby can join you if you secure them with a leash.

Take your pet camping at Clay's Park Resort outside North Lawrence. This facility is about 10.6 miles southeast of town. Leashed, non-aggressive dogs can stay in the RV and tent campsites. Bring proof of vaccinations with you when you check in. You're responsible for scooping your canine pal's droppings.

Pets and their owners in the Doylestown area have easy access to some pawesome, pet-friendly outdoor facilities!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Doylestown, OH

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    Population Density 918/sq mi

    #1 Doylestown

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    Doylestown includes public schools, a few parks, churches, a downtown area, and single-family residences. For a relaxing evening, pack a picnic dinner and visit Silver Run Vineyard and Winery to sample their products. If you want to get outside with Spot, check out Silver Creek Metro Park off Medina Line Road. This facility is just two to three miles away, depending on which section you visit. You'll find a picnic shelter, two nature trails, a cross-country course, a boathouse and dock, and a swimming area here. Bring your furry pal on a leash to explore the property. They're welcome in designated areas.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,538/sq mi

    #2 Rittman

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    The central part of Rittman includes churches, a public school campus, residential streets, and a downtown area. Visit Knupp's Old Church on Decourcey to see a piece of history from the early 1800's. A pawesome place to go with your special pal is Martin Fritz Memorial Park on Industrial Boulevard. Here, you'll find some open space, athletic fields, a disc golf course, and a walking path. Circle the property on the trail, catch a ballgame, or have a picnic here with your fur-baby. Secure your pup with a lead, and carry bags to remove any droppings. This neighborhood is five miles east of Doylestown.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,935/sq mi

    #3 Rittman: South of Ohio Av

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    The Rittman: South of Ohio Avenue neighborhood is around five miles west of Doylestown. In this community, there are residential streets, some businesses, and the Morton Salt plant. Visit Bauman Orchards on Rittman Avenue for fresh fruit that's in season. A pawtastic place to hike with your four-footed friend is County Line Trail. The trailhead for this 6.75-mile rail-trail is on Ohio Street. Walk southwest through the countryside as you head toward Creston. Check out the old Baltimore & Ohio Freight Station near the Sterling trailhead along the way. You can bring leashed dogs with you. Remember to scoop any waste as you go.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,046/sq mi

    #4 Wadsworth West (West End Wadsworth)

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    In Wadsworth West, about six miles north of town, you'll find the municipal airport, residential developments, and some businesses. There are three parks in the area for your enjoyment. If you're bringing your pup along, check out Valley View Park off West Street. This facility includes athletic fields, a picnic area with grills, and the Wadsworth Community Dog Park. The fenced area offers sections where large and small dogs can play off-leash. There are water stations, open lawn, and shade trees here. Make sure your canine companion has the required vaccinations and a license before visiting this property. Remove your pet's waste.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,314/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Wadsworth (Downtown)

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    Downtown Wadsworth includes residential streets, commercial buildings, some administrative properties, and a cemetery. Take a stroll downtown and relax on a bench in the center island on Greenwich Road. Engage in people watching with your special pal. If you're looking for a pawtastic place for outdoor activity, head to Memorial Park off Grandview Avenue. This facility houses the high school football stadium. The property also includes a fishing pond with a nature path, a paved walking trail, picnic areas, and a disc golf course. Explore the woods or jog on the pathway with your leashed fur-baby. Bring bags to scoop waste.
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