I am a recent college graduate who has spent almost all of my life living with dogs. My mother worked with different veterinarian facilities while I was growing up, so I've been exposed to all kinds of animals since I was young. I've raised various small and large dog breeds, and currently live with a Shih Tzu and Boxer. I've been a sitter for family and family friends in the past, and have loved spending time with different dogs.
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.
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.