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Hello! My name is Sara, and I currently live in Cincinnati, Ohio. I have been around animals my whole life and it would simply not be the same without them! I currently own a golden retriever. I have also previously owned a husky which I rescued from an animal shelter and a beagle who was my childhood pet. I have watched family member’s dogs overnight and even for weeks at a time. I have a lot of patience with dogs and look forward to meeting everyone’s furry companions!

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Dog Walking in Georgetown

The village of Georgetown in Brown County, OH, is surrounded by farmland and woods. This community offers access to some pawesome outdoor facilities in the area. There are two veterinarians here that can assist when you need health care services for your canine.

About 32 miles southwest of town, you'll find Kellogg Park and Dog Field. This furrific facility has athletic structures, a playground, shelters, and a four-acre off-leash area for dogs. This part of the park has two sections, one for larger dogs and one for small dogs. Let your furry pal play in the field and woods with other pups.

You and your four-footed friend can spend time together in Spencer Shank Park, about 22.3 miles northwest of town. There are playgrounds, picnic structures, and open space in this facility. The Amelia Village Fitness Park also connects with the property. Keep your canine on a lead or cord while here.

You can take your pup to the Indian Creek Wildlife Area dog-training section to prep them for hunting. This 1,799-acre property is a mixture of open lands, brush, and woodlands. You can also fish and hunt on the grounds here. When not training, keep your pooch on a lead.

Georgetown is a rural town that's within 25 miles of some pet-friendly outdoor recreational facilities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Georgetown

Georgetown

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Population Density
178 per sq. mi.

Georgetown

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Georgetown is a small town with single-family homes, apartments, public schools, the county fairgrounds, and some businesses. Downtown, you can visit the US Grant Boyhood Home and Schoolhouse and Native Son Statue. There's a pawesome facility that you and Spot will be able to explore on East State Street. Check out Kathryn Hanlon Park to get exercise with your furry friend. You'll find a mile-long, paved walking trail, a playground, athletic fields, and a picnic area here. Circle the pathway with your four-footed friend before sharing a meal at one of the tables. Keep your pooch on a lead and collect their waste.

Chilo

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Population Density
452 per sq. mi.

Chilo

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About 18.5 miles southwest of Georgetown, you'll find the small village of Chilo. This community is by the Ohio River, and it includes a few farms, some single-family homes, and small businesses. A furrific place to visit here is the Chilo Lock 34 Park off County Park Road. There are picnic areas, a walking path that loops through wetlands, a playground, and open space. Bring Spot with you on a leash no longer than six feet when you come here for exercise. Hike through the natural parts of the property and look for wildlife. Have water and bags with you to collect any droppings.

Williamsburg

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Population Density
3,744 per sq. mi.

Williamsburg

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The village of Williamsburg is about 18.5 miles northwest of town. In this community, you'll find public schools, single-family homes, and some small businesses. Visit the Clermont County Historical Society to learn more about the region. There's a six-mile multiuse trail here. Head to Old Broadway to connect to the Williamsburg to Batavia Hike/Bike Trail. Hike or jog west toward Batavia and spend some time admiring the view from the scenic overlook. The pathway will take you through a section of East Fork State Park. You can bring your special pal with you, provided they're on a lead. Carry water and have waste bags handy.

East Fork State Park

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Population Density
192 per sq. mi.

East Fork State Park

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Just southeast of downtown Batavia, you'll find East Fork State Park. This facility has some farms, a few small communities, and single-family homes around its border. In the property, there are over 46 miles of trails that loop through the backcountry here. Go hiking or backpacking through forest and field with your four-footed pal.  You're also welcome to launch your boat into the 2,610-acre lake. There are seven ramps on the grounds where you can launch into the water. On land, make sure your pup has their leash on and remains under your control. Carry bags so that you can scoop up any droppings.

Village Center

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Population Density
854 per sq. mi.

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Batavia's Village Center is about 24 miles northwest of town. This community includes single-family homes, administrative buildings, a few small businesses, and some educational buildings. There are developments here that have sidewalks where you and Spot can walk together. You'll find a pawtastic recreational property by Highway 132. Head to Sycamore Park and use the paved pathway to hiking with your special pal. The grounds include picnic shelters, playgrounds, athletic courts, and free space. After stretching your legs here, share a meal together. Keep Fido on a cord or leash during your visit. Don't forget to bring the waste bags!