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Dog Areas in East Cleveland

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East Cleveland is a sleeper town on the east side of Cleveland in Ohio, only 7 miles from the city's downtown area and 3 miles from the shore of Lake Erie. The town has been incorporated since 1911, and was founded by a group of Scottish immigrants. Today, the town holds a couple of locations on the National Register of Historic Places. You don't have to have a Scottish Terrier to enjoy the town either, and can have fun at the city's parks no matter what breed of dog you have.

For a gorgeous mixture of thick forests, open fields, and developed land you and Fido should take a day and relax in Forest Hill Park. The park has over 248 acres of land, which is the largest single body of green space in the area. Inside the park, there are recreational fields like three baseball diamonds, enclosed tennis courts, and basketball courts. There's a small lake for fishing and over 4 miles of paved, gravel, and nature trails that wind through the park. Trails connect to additional amenities like water fountains, a playground, a pond for fishing, picnic tables, clean-up stations, and trash bins that are available to humans and leashed pups.

Pattison Park is another dog-friendly spot to travel to, and although the park is much smaller, it's just as popular for its wide open space, surrounded by trees. There are paved paths to walk Fido on, open space to play with Fido in, and additional features like old tennis courts, a playground, benches, and trash bins.

Green space, forested areas, and a dog-friendly atmosphere make up the city of East Cleveland, where the closest vet is only 1 mile away in the city of Cleveland.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in East Cleveland

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    Population Density 5,849/sq mi

    #1 Allegheny

    Allegheny is a northern neighborhood in East Cleveland, filled with rows of residential homes. Among the homes is a large park known as Shaw Rink Park, which provides residents with a green space surrounded by dense trees for privacy. Inside the park is open space, with a paved track to run on, a playground, and a soccer field. Dogs are welcome inside the park and will have access to benches and trash bins. For another peaceful place to play with Fido, Hawley Playground provides a quiet area with a green lawn and shaded sitting areas. Also inside the park is a playground, a basketball court, a picnic pavilion, tables, benches, and a swingset available to leashed dogs.
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    Population Density 4,716/sq mi

    #2 Magnolia Superior

    Magnolia Superior is a pretty residential neighborhood on the border of East Cleveland in the city of Cleveland, 1 mile west. The most popular park of the area is Moulton/Scoutway Park, which goes by both names. The park has a few different amenities to choose from, from playing in open space, walking on the looping paved walkway, or relaxing in the shaded areas. There are basketball courts, enclosed tennis courts, and three different playgrounds. Dogs can play as long as they remain on a leash and enjoy other amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, and benches. North Circle Park is also dog-friendly and although it is small, it has a nice open area to play in with your pooch, along with a paved walkway. You will have to keep Fido on a leash inside this park, as well as remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 6,817/sq mi

    #3 University

    The neighborhood of University is a bustling neighborhood mostly taken up by the Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, 1.2 miles west of East Cleveland. In the center of the neighborhood is Wade Oval, a green space between two museums. Although dogs are not allowed in facilities, pups can enjoy the circular green space where they can play or walk around in. There are a looping paved walkway, shaded picnic areas, water fountains, and trash bins. The path from Wade Oval connects to another area known as Magnolia-Wade Park Historic District, which has a green space surrounded by trees for shade and privacy. There's a fenced-in baseball field, a pavilion with picnic tables, water fountains, and restrooms available to humans and leashed pups.
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    Population Density 4,971/sq mi

    #4 Glenville

    Glenville is a scenic neighborhood with views of the lake and lots of beaches in Cleveland, and just 1.7 miles from East Cleveland. Inside the neighborhood are plenty of dog-friendly parks, like Bratenahl Dog Park. The dog park is small but offers a grassy area surrounded by trees and shade, with a double-gated entrance, a kiddie pool, and free toys. Dogs can run around safely and enjoy other amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins. Another dog-friendly park is Glenview Park, and although it isn't a dog park, it still provides open space and shaded areas for your pup to play in. Dogs do have to be on a leash inside this park, and can enjoy amenities like two fenced-in baseball fields, enclosed tennis courts, a playground, a pavilion, water fountains, benches, and restrooms.
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    Population Density 6,777/sq mi

    #5 Princeton Greenvale

    Princeton Greenvale is a green and residential neighborhood 3.4 miles away from East Cleveland, in the city of South Euclid. Quarry Park North is the main park in the neighborhood, thanks to its open space and dog-friendliness. The park has plenty of amenities, like a fenced-in baseball field, a pavilion, a playground, restrooms, and paved walkways. Paved walkways connect to all the features, including a dog park inside the park known as Quarry Dog Park. Completely fenced-in, the dog park offers a safe place to bring your pup to play. There's a grassy terrain, with large shady trees, water fountains, and clean-up stations available. Dogs do have to remain on a leash outside of the dog park.
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