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Dog Areas in Fairborn

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The city of Fairborn, Ohio is the combination of two former villages, Fairfield and Osborn, which officially merged in 1950. This then made the new city called Fairborn.

If you're looking to enjoy a meal with your dog, Fairborn is a good place to do it! Here, you'll find a couple of dog-friendly restaurants. Giovanni’s Pizzeria e Ristorante Italiano serves classic Italian cuisine and is a casual dining facility. They welcome your canine friend to join you at their pet-friendly tables outside to enjoy a meal together. Not in the mood for Italian? Head to El Rancho Grande, which is more than happy to welcome you and your furry friend. They serve Mexican cuisine and have outdoor tables where you can enjoy your drink and meal while your pooch is relaxing nearby.

Another great activity you should check out with your canine friend is the Wright Brothers Huffman Prairie Bikeway. This is a 4.6-mile trail that used to be an old rail line that is now part of the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy. It is a short easy hike with great scenery to view. The path is paved and you will need to walk with your furry friend on a leash. This is a great trail to see the city and all of its beauty. Just be sure to bring all the necessities, including water and waste bags.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Fairborn

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    Population Density 901/sq mi

    #1 Webster Station


    This neighborhood is located 12 miles from Fairborn and has a great park for you and your pooch to visit. The Montgomery County Bark Park is a huge, off-leash, fenced-in dog park which stretches across several acres and has plenty of things for your pooch to do. There is agility equipment for romping around on as well as benches and shade trees. The area is grassy and your canine pal can run until they tire out. The park has water available, but you will need to bring your own doggy waste bags for cleanup. Something to keep in mind is that this park is located next to the Animal Resource Center, which operates the park and requires you to register your pup and provide proof of vaccination before using the park.

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    Population Density 1,057/sq mi

    #2 Social Row


    Twenty-five miles from Fairborn, you'll find another pawesome dog park: the Oak Grove Dog Park. This off-leash, fenced in park has plenty of grassy space for your pooch to run and play. You'll also have the option to walk on the trails with your pooch. However, when you are on the trails your canine pal will need to be on their leash. Amenities include separate areas for large and small dogs, plenty of shade trees, and benches for the pet parents. The park also provides waste bags and water for your pooch. All you need to bring is Fido's favorite toy and plenty of energy!

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    Population Density 60/sq mi

    #3 Central College Corner


    Although it's located about an hour and a half from Fairborn, the dog park in this neighborhood makes it worth the drive. The Hueston Woods State Dog Park is a great place for you and your pooch to enjoy a relaxing afternoon! It is 3 acres of grassy terrain that is well shaded with trees. This off-leash dog park is not fenced in, so you will need to keep a close eye on your pooch and ensure he responds well to voice commands. There is also a beach where your canine pal can make a splash and cool off! There is also a concession stand and a place to rinse off your pup when they are done swimming. Be sure to bring water with you, along with waste supplies for easier cleanup.

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    Population Density 166/sq mi

    #4 East Waynesville


    This furrific neighborhood is located about 26 miles from Fairborn, and is home to the Ceasar Creek State Park Dog Training Area. This off-leash dog park is an open area that has plenty of grass to run and romp in. You will need to keep in mind that this area is not fenced in, so it is important to keep an eye on your pooch at all times. You will need to bring water with you as well as doggy waste bags. Grab a Frisbee or your pup’s favorite ball for a fun day in the sun with some new canine fur-iends!

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    Population Density 279/sq mi

    #5 Dayton


    Just 12 miles from Fairborn, you'll find the Scout Burnell-Garbrecht Dog Park. This off-leash dog park encompasses 2 fenced-in acres, so your pooch has plenty of room to run around safely. This is a great park to meet other canine companions! Your pal can play in one of the two separate areas depending on his size. The park provides a water fountain and plenty of seating with shade. Pack your doggy waste supplies for an easier cleanup. You and your pooch will have a pawesome time at this park!

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