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Dog Areas in Groveport

Since the union of two towns, West Grove and Rareysport, Groveport is still a quiet village just a 20-minute drive outside Columbus' city limits. With a population of approximately 5,600 people in 8.79 square miles, the small village is pawfect for people and pups who prefer a simpler way of life.

If you’re looking for places for your pup to exercise, Groveport has two off-leash dog parks: Three Creeks Dog Park at Sycamore Fields and Walnut Woods Metro Park. They both have separate playgrounds for small and large breeds and have fenced-in areas to keep your pup safe while they play. Three Creeks Dog Park has waste bags available and encourages you to bring water while you walk on their nature trails. Walnut Woods Metro Park includes a doggie swimming area along with multiple pet-friendly trails.

To help keep your fur baby healthy, there's an animal clinic and hospital in Groveport, which provide all services your furry friend needs and are always accepting new patients.

Want to explore with your best friend? With 36 pet-friendly parks, 60+ pet-friendly restaurants, and 60 overnight stays in the surrounding cities, dog-friendly fun is never far away! You and your four-legged best friend will find a home away from home in Groveport.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Groveport

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    Population Density 1,301/sq mi

    #1 German Village

    This historic German neighborhood has the second oldest park in Columbus. Schiller Park is a pet-friendly park with trails to explore. If you enjoy theater, The Actors’ Theater of Columbus is perfect for a summer night outing in Schiller Park. You won’t have to worry about leaving your fur baby home alone when it's time to eat! There are plenty of pet-friendly restaurants and cafes ready to serve you and and greet your pup. Village Pet Store is locally owned and welcomes you to bring in your pooch to meet owners while making it easy to shop for your dog's needs. Village Pet Supply will even bake a birthday cake for your special friend!
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    Population Density 1,708/sq mi

    #2 Dublin

    Nando's Dog Park at Darree Fields Park is a small dog park but offers a lot of fun for both young and older dogs. There are tunnels and other equipment that will make an elderly dog feel like a puppy again. The park also has walking paths, benches, picnic tables, and drinking water in the summer to keep you comfortable while your pet is wearing themselves out. Afterwards, visit the local Dublin Village Tavern. Keep you best friend by your side on the dog-friendly patio. You and your pet can enjoy dinner without worrying about making extra trips to the hotel.
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    Population Density 1,950/sq mi

    #3 Abby Trails

    If you're looking for a quiet natural park to bird-watch or take some time away from the city, then Pickerington Ponds Metro Park is the park for you! Here, you can enjoy the sounds of nature around you while exploring trails for hiking, biking, and jogging. Just be sure to keep your pup on a leash and bring water. With approximately 1,608 acres and more than 260 species that can be spotted, you will see what nature is truly like on your outing! Just don't let Fido get too friendly with the creatures that call this park home.
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    Population Density 964/sq mi

    #4 The Washington Knoll

    Still can’t get enough of being outside? Take a walk on Canal Winchester Trails. With three pet-friendly parks and nearly 5 miles of trails in the area, you and your four-legged friend will have a hard time getting bored here! You'll find a trailhead on Washington Street. Some of the trails connect to other metro parks in the surrounding area as well. All dogs must be on a leash to enjoy these trails, and make sure you have water for you and your canine companion. Even if you don’t want to hike, take some time to walk downtown to see historical buildings and shops.
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    Population Density 1,880/sq mi

    #5 Brewery District


    Scioto Audobon Dog Park is a pawpular park located in downtown Columbus. This fenced, off-leash park features two separate areas for large and small breeds. The park provides waste bags just in case you forget to bring your own, as well as water and obstacle courses. There is no doubt this this park is meant for a furrific time! While your pup is running out their bottled-up energy, you can rest on a bench nearby, enjoying the skyline of Columbus. Thanks to its location, there may be some festivals or live concerts happening, so be sure to check out the park's events schedule. If so, bring a portable chair and feel free to take your fur baby with you.

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