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Dog Areas in Enon

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Enon is a village that's eight miles southwest of Springfield. This area features single-family home developments, an industrial area, and three community parks. When you need health care services for your canine, you'll find a veterinary hospital here.

Share a furrific adventure with your furry friend at Glen Helen Nature Preserve in Yellow Springs. This 1,000-acre property is open to dogs on a lead up to six feet long. There are over 20 miles of paths here where you can explore limestone cliffs, waterfalls, 400-year old forest, and more. Pack water and bags to pick up waste.

Just nine miles southwest of town, there's a large recreational facility with something for everyone in the family. Head to Fairborn Community Park to play ball, go fishing, have a picnic, or walk. Pups can be in designated areas, provided that they're on a lead and you immediately clean up after them.

There's a pet-friendly RV campground about 12.3 miles east of here. Rei Lakes on Crabill Road is a family-facility that offers full hookups. Spend the weekend by the water and enjoy some fishing here. Keep dogs on a lead and under control when they're outside. 

The village of Enon is a community where dog lovers have easy access to a variety of recreational opportunities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Enon

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    Population Density 2,291/sq mi

    #1 Indian Mound Estates

    Indian Mound Estates is a development near the downtown area. You'll find some commercial and administrative buildings as well as single-family homes here. Stop by Enon Adena Mound to view a conical Indian mound. At the corner of South Xenia Drive and Main Street, there's a pocket park. When you're strolling through the neighborhood with your furry pal, take a break at Settlers Park. Play catch on the lawn or relax on the bench in the gazebo for a while. This facility also hosts the farmer's market and other special events. Keep your canine companion on a lead and pick up their waste.
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    Population Density 1,145/sq mi

    #2 Timber Valley

    The Timber Valley neighborhood on the south end of Enon is a residential area with private homes and an apartment complex. Stroll down the road with your special pal here. Just down the street, you'll find a pawesome community property. Galloway Park, off Twin Lakes Drive, has a soccer field, a playground, open space, and picnic facilities. While the kids play, you and Spot can roam by Mud Run or practice obedience on the lawn. After you all get some exercise, grab a table and share a meal together. Keep your four-footed friend on a lead and clean up all droppings.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,578/sq mi

    #3 Lincolnshire Estates

    Lincolnshire Estates, on the north end of town, is a residential area that's near some commercial establishments. To stretch your legs, put the leash on your fur baby and walk down the road. If you prefer to exercise in an open area, head to Enon Park on Enon Road. In this 12-acre facility, you'll find a playground, green space, shelters, and a walking trail. Go jogging on the path or play ball in the field with your pooch. Bring something to grill and eat outdoors. Leashed pets can be in designated parts of the park with you. Carry bags with you to pick up waste.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,383/sq mi

    #4 Yellow Springs

    The village of Yellow Springs is about 7.7 miles southeast of Enon. This friendly little community includes a college campus, historical sites, a shopping district, and residential developments. Take advantage of the walking tour through town to see buildings that date back to the 1800s. A great place to exercise with Fido is the Little Miami Scenic Trail. This paved pathway is part of the Miami Valley system. Pick up the multi-use lane along Railroad Street and head out of town to hike or jog through farmland. Dogs need to be on a lead with a maximum length of six feet. Bring water and bags for clean-up.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 20/sq mi

    #5 John Bryan State Park

    John Bryan State Park, on the southeast side of Yellow Springs, is a 752-acre natural facility on the Little Miami River. This property is a national scenic area and features a limestone gorge, several hiking trails, a canoe launch, fishing, and picnic facilities. Select from nine different pathways to stretch your legs with your furry friend. Take time to admire the pawtastic scenery as you walk through the forest and along the river. End your day by grilling out with the family. Remember to have your furry friend on a lead that's no longer than six feet. Carry waste bags with you.
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