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Dog Areas in Jeffersonville, OH

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A little more than 1,000 people live in the village of Jeffersonville in Fayette County, Ohio. The town was laid out in 1831, and it got its name from President Thomas Jefferson. While Jeffersonville may not be a big city, it's close to all of the amenities you will need, but you still get to come home to a quiet and peaceful village at the end of the day. You'll also enjoy big yards and plenty of green space in Jeffersonville. Single-family homes are the majority of residences in town, and lots tend to be large, so you're not left feeling cramped. Dogs in Jeffersonville won't feel cramped, either, as there are all sorts of dog-friendly activities nearby.

In less than half an hour, you and your dog can drive to western Xenia, Ohio. This area is home to Pierce County Park, and within this park, there's an off-leash dog park called Scout Dog Park. This two-acre off-leash park has separate sections for big and small dogs, and there are also water fountains and waste disposal supplies. Human visitors can rest comfortably in one of many seating areas under the shade of the park's many trees. This is just one of several dog parks near Jeffersonville that you and your pup will love visiting!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jeffersonville, OH

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    Population Density 864/sq mi

    #1 Pleasant View Acres

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    Old Reid Park is a 60-acre park in the northeastern Springfield, Ohio neighborhood of Pleasant View Acres, and it's less than 30 miles from Jeffersonville. Within Old Reid Park, there are playgrounds, sports courts, trails, fishing, and an off-leash dog park. Wiggley Field Dog Park was Clark County's first off-leash park, and it opened in 2005. It has separate areas for big and small dogs, as well as wooded areas and open fields. You'll also find water fountains for dogs, waste disposal supplies, and seating areas. Your dog can also accompany you to many other areas of Old Reid Park if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 353/sq mi

    #2 North Blanchester

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    Blanchester is a village of more than 4,000 people in Clinton and Warren counties inĀ  Ohio, and the northernmost area of town is just over 30 miles from Jeffersonville. This area is also where you can find the Tom Harvey Memorial Dog Park, and visitors love how clean and quiet this off-leash park is. Tom Harvey Memorial Dog Park sits on about ten acres of land, and it opened in 2006. Within the fenced dog park, there are two ponds where dogs can swim and splash, as well as open pastures and wooded areas. During the warmer months of the year, there's drinking water available. The park also collects donations for the local Humane Society.
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    Population Density 2,282/sq mi

    #3 Hayden Run Estates

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    The northwestern corner of Hilliard, Ohio, near the neighborhood of Hayden Run Estates, is just over 40 miles from Jeffersonville. This area is where you'll find Heritage Trail, a paved seven-mile trail that also connects to a four-acre off-leash park. Your dog can join you on the path on a leash, and you can visit the Heritage Trail Dog Park for some off-leash fun before or after your walk. Rather than separating dogs by size, this dog park has sections for "active" or "less active" dogs. There is also a splash pad, a few agility obstacles, drinking water, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 234/sq mi

    #4 Sweetwater

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    There's another dog park in Hilliard you won't want to miss, and this one is in the southwestern part of town at Spindler Park. Spindler Dog Park is just over 40 miles from Jeffersonville, and visitors love the layout of this park, as well as how clean it is. There are areas for big and small dogs, as well as walking paths for human guests so they can get their exercise, too. Spindler Dog Park has a double-gated entry system so you can take your dog off their leash before entering the park, and there are also water fountains, picnic tables, and portable restrooms.
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    Population Density 14,966/sq mi

    #5 Harrison West

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    Harrison West is a historic neighborhood just northwest of downtown Columbus, Ohio, and it's about 40 miles from Jeffersonville. This area is home to Wheeler Memorial Park, a four-acre park with walking trails, picnic areas, and an off-leash area. The Wheeler Memorial Dog Park has big and small dog sides, and some areas are rotated to allow the turf to recover from all of the activity. From spring to fall, there's running water available to drink, and you'll also find picnic tables and waste disposal supplies. If you'd like to bring your dog to other areas of Wheeler Memorial Park, you're welcome to do so if they're on a leash.
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