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!