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Dog Areas in Huber Heights

8 Parks
1 Trail
7 Shops
1 Eatery
7 Groomers

Huber Heights is a suburb of Dayton, Ohio. The area is a bustling city with busy shopping districts and residential homes, surrounded by large parks and the Mad River to the southeast.  The town has two sister cities in Germany and the United Kingdom, and makes it a mission to make very foreign and visiting human or pup feel right at home.

Whether you have a residential pup or one visiting from another country, the Carriage Hill MetroPark is hands down the best place to bring them. This large park features an 1800s-era farm, large open fields, forested trails, a lake, and visitor center. There are 2.5 miles of trails, made from dirt, concrete and boardwalks, and access to a playground, fishing pier, boat launch, and picnic area. Dogs must be on a leash while at the park, with the parks hours from 8 AM to 10 PM.

Cottonwood Park is a neighborhood park on the east side of town. The grassy area is open, with trees along the entire east side of the park. With three different playgrounds, basketball courts, and a picnic pavilion, it's no wonder the area is so popular among humans and pups. Fido will enjoy the open space, and abundance of shade, along with amenities like water fountains, benches, and trash bins. 

The area of Huber Heights is one of the dog-friendliest ones around, and offers three animal hospitals to keep your pup ready for adventure.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Huber Heights

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,435/sq mi

    #1 Central Huber Heights

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    Central Huber Heights has a mixture of business centers and residential homes. In the residential area of the neighborhood lies Menlo Park, a popular dog-friendly park. The park is completely open, with vast green fields and paved walkways. There's a small playground, scattered trees, benches, water fountains, and trash bins available. Shenandoah Park offers a lot more shade to enjoy. There are still open areas, along with forested paths, a playground, some picnic tables, and trash bins. Dogs have to be on a leash inside both parks, and don't forget to bring the clean-up bags.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,824/sq mi

    #2 Brandt Pike

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    Brandt Pike is a southern neighborhood known for the turnpike that cuts through the area. The Thomas A Cloud Park is the featured neighborhood park for the area that hosts vast space, recreational fields, and paved paths surrounded by trees. The area has ten baseball fields, a soccer field, and enclosed tennis courts. The pathway extends 1.2 miles throughout the park, and connects to additional features like water fountains, picnic tables, a playground, a pavilion, and trash bins. The area is lit by nighttime lights, and is open from 7:30 AM to 7:30 PM.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,281/sq mi

    #3 Hemingway

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    Hemingway is a quiet residential neighborhood with rows of homes and multiple school districts. The area has many parks, including Rushmore Park and Valley Forge Park. Rushmore Park is a small park with a vibrant green field, a baseball field, two playgrounds, and benches. The area is dog-friendly, but requires pups to stay on a leash inside the area. Valley Forge Park is a similar park, with a grassy field and multiple playgrounds. The park also has a basketball field and swingsets, two baseball fields, and a few picnic tables that are available to pups. Both parks require you to bring your own water and clean-up bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,039/sq mi

    #4 Kittyhawk

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    Dayton is a large city in Ohio, and offers plenty of dog-friendly neighborhoods like Kittyhawk, which is only 2 miles from Huber Heights. The dog park here is known as the Montgomery County Bark Park, which offers a large, well-kept area for dogs to run around freely in a fenced-in area. There are separate areas for large dogs, small dogs, and one with activity equipment for pups. There's a sitting area for humans, clean-up stations, and water fountains. The neighborhood also connects to the Great Miami Recreational Trail, which is a trail that travels 86.2 miles throughout the state. The part inside the community is made from asphalt, with benches stationed along it and friendly to leashed pups.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 229/sq mi

    #5 Wynwood

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    Wynwood is a small rural neighborhood with dense forests and few residential homes inside the city of Dayton, 5 miles from Huber Heights. The neighborhood is best known for Huffman MetroPark, a lakefront park with open areas, dense forests, and a lake for swimming and fishing. There are nature and hiking trails, places to run around and playing, and a developed area with a picnic pavilion and playground. The park is dog-friendly and doesn't require pups to be on a leash, and has amenities like clean-up stations, water fountains, and benches. Also in the neighborhood is a dog-friendly trail known as the Hebble Creek Trail that follows alongside Hebble Creek and is made of asphalt.
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