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Dog Areas in Grafton, OH

Grafton, Ohio is a small village on the outskirts of the Cleveland metropolitan area. The village has a low population with a few parks and one veterinary clinic, so you’ll need to travel a bit outside Grafton to find some paw-friendly attractions and restaurants. Fortunately, there are plenty of things to do within a 20- to 30-mile radius of Grafton.

The center of Cleveland is just over 28 miles from Grafton and, on top of having more dog-friendly restaurants than you can put a number on, it also has one of the most gorgeous dog parks you can visit. Tremont Dog Park is located within Tremont Park and has gravel covering to keep your dog comfortable and a drainage system that keeps the park from getting muddy – and your dog dirty!

There are also several dog-friendly trails near Grafton, like the Cuyahoga Valley NRA trail in Cleveland and the Bridgeway Trail in Elyria. These are pawfect places to enjoy a new walk with your dog while taking in some serene sights and sounds.

If you don’t mind a little traveling with your favorite pooch, then you can find several parks, restaurants, trails, shops, and more places that welcome your dog outside of Grafton.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Grafton, OH

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    Population Density 5,876/sq mi

    #1 Highland Square

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    Highland Square in Akron, Ohio, is a little more than 37 miles from Grafton. This neighborhood has an off-leash park where your dog can play, known as Schellin Dog Park. This small park has some areas of shade and sun to keep you and your pup comfortable all year. But that’s not the only park in the neighborhood – you can also have some puptastic fun at Akron Dog Park, located within the Cascade Valley Park. Highland Square also has a few paw-friendly restaurants, like Alladin’s Eatery, which has a varied menu that includes several vegetarian dishes. You and your pup can dine together outside!

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    Population Density 4,262/sq mi

    #2 Medina Square

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    Medina Square in Medina, Ohio, is 17.2 miles from Grafton and the home of Memorial Dog Park, a beloved place for locals to hang out and play with their dogs. The large park has both a small and large dog area so that even shy dogs can have a safe, cozy place to play. Medina Square also has plenty of dog-friendly restaurants near the park that you and your pup can visit to enjoy a meal together. Geppetto’s Pizza and Ribs is a local favorite, combining several types of pizza with some barbecue goodies. The restaurant has outdoor tables for you and your dog to sit together.

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    Population Density 1,693/sq mi

    #3 Fairlawn Heights

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    Fairlawn Heights in Akron is a little over 33 miles from Grafton. This is where you’ll find Moochie & Co, a dog store galore that has just about any toy, treat, accessory, or piece of clothing you’d want for your beloved pooch. Your dog is even welcome to join you as you shop, so you can even let her pick out some of her own goodies! This neighborhood is also where you’ll find Leonardo’s, a local pizza shop that has just about any topping you could want and an outdoor picnic table where you and your pup can enjoy a pizza for lunch.

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    Population Density 459/sq mi

    #4 Riverside

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    The Riverside neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio is slightly under 21 miles from Grafton and sits near the Rocky River. Here, you can check out the Rocky River Reservation, which is the pawfect spot for an adventurous pup who loves the great outdoors. A part of the Cleveland Metro Parks, Rocky River Reservation is known for its gorgeous views and fun trails, all of which welcome leashed dogs to join their owners. See some waterfalls, cross bridges, and enjoy a day of serenity with your dog in this natural outdoor escape. There are also boat rentals, picnic tables, fishing areas, and other activities to enjoy.

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    Population Density 9,532/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

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    Lakewood, Ohio, is right on the edge of Lake Erie and only minutes away from the center of Cleveland. It’ll be a 24-mile drive to get to the Downtown neighborhood of Lakewood from Grafton, but it’s worth it if you’re looking for some furtastic fun. Lakewood Dog Park is a cozy off-leash area where dogs can run, play, and meet some new furry friends of their own. And, this neighborhood offers a unique opportunity for dog owners to bring their pups along for a worship service at Good Soil Lutheran Ministries. There’s also Humble Wine Bar here, which offers some yummy food in addition to an incredible wine menu and has several outdoor tables for you and your dog.

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