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Dog Areas in Harrison, OH

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More than 11,000 people live in the city of Harrison in Hamilton County, Ohio, near the Indiana border. Harrison was incorporated in 1850 and became a city in 1981, and it was named after the 9th President of the United States, William Henry Harrison. The city has been growing quickly, and it's a favorite place for residential construction in Hamilton County. Whether you're looking for economic opportunity, strong community ties, great schools, or a variety of amenities, Harrison is the place to be. There are all sorts of activities throughout the year in Harrison, and many of these outdoor events are dog-friendly. You have your choice of Friday night summer movies, Tuesday night summer concerts, Easter celebrations, Halloween Spooktaculars, and much more!

If you're looking for off-leash activities to enjoy with your pet, there are paw-lenty of those near Harrison, too! In just over 20 minutes, you and your dog can drive to northern Hebron, Kentucky. That's where you'll find Giles Conrad Park, a 43-acre park with a 1.3-mile trail, sports courts, fitness stations, picnic facilities, and an off-leash dog park. The Giles Conrad Dog Park isn't entirely fenced-in, but there are sections of the park where your dog can explore off-leash. If your dog would do better in a dog park with solid fencing, there are lots of those near Harrison, too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Harrison, OH

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    Population Density 4,945/sq mi

    #1 Westwood

    Cincinnati's largest neighborhood is an urban-suburban community on the city's western side known as Westwood, and it's only a 15-minute drive from Harrison. Westwood is home to Mt. Airy Forest Park, a 1,459-acre space with acres of gardens, a lake, picnic areas, playgrounds, miles of trails, and an off-leash dog park. The Mt. Airy Forest Dog Park is split into sections for big and small dogs, and it also has an agility course. Within the park, you'll also find bathrooms for human visitors, two water stations for pets, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies. Your pet can join you in other parts of Mt. Airy Forest Park, including on the trails, when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 12,478/sq mi

    #2 Over-the-Rhine

    Over-the-Rhine is a neighborhood in southern Cincinnati that is often considered to be one of the biggest and best-preserved urban historic districts in the country. This muttropolitan area is just 20 minutes from Harrison, and it's home to Washington Park. This city park has all of the features you'd want in a community area, including playgrounds, picnic spots, restored historic artifacts, and an off-leash dog park! The Washington Park Dog Park has more than 12,000 square feet of space for your dog to enjoy, as well as access to a creek where they can cool off. The park also has drinking water, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas.
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    Population Density 7,015/sq mi

    #3 New London

    Hamilton is a city in Butler County, Ohio that's home to more than 60,000 people, and the town's center is less than a half-hour drive from Harrison. Just west of the Great Miami River in the center of Hamilton, you'll find the Hamilton Bark Park. This off-leash dog park has big and small dog sections, and a sizeable canine structure outside of the enclosure means you can't miss it! The Hamilton Bark Park is known for being clean and well-kept, and it has water stations for humans and canines alike. If your dog is a jumper, you'll appreciate the five-foot fence surrounding the dog park.
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    Population Density 3,809/sq mi

    #4 Madisonville

    Madisonville is a neighborhood in northeastern Cincinnati that's less than a half-hour drive from Harrison. In this area, you'll find Red Dog Park, a beautiful, members-only dog park with more than three acres of space for your dog to enjoy. In that space, there are separate enclosures for big and small dogs, as well as a variety of play equipment. When you purchase a membership, you'll receive a code that gets you through the park's double-gated entrances. Red Dog Park has 24/7 surveillance, and in addition to ample seating areas throughout the park, there are also water fountains for dogs and pet parents.
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    Population Density 263/sq mi

    #5 California

    In about half an hour, you can drive to a small neighborhood in southeastern Cincinnati known as California, and just southeast of this area is Kellogg Park and Dog Field. Kellogg Park is a 21.7-acre township park that opened in 1989. In addition to the park's picnic shelters and sports fields, it also houses a four-acre dog park. The Kellogg Dog Field is a pawesome off-leash area with different sections for big and small dogs, drinking fountains, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies. This dog park is open from dawn to dusk 365 days a year, and you'll need to pick up a Dog Field Permit before your visit.
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