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Dog Areas in Kenton, OH

2 Parks
2 Shops
1 Eatery
1 Groomer
Kenton is the county seat of Hardin County in Ohio. This small town packs a big punch, and it's a great place to visit with your dog. There are tons of parks to explore, and two veterinary clinics as well, so you don't have to worry about what your pup will get up to! Explore Kenton with confidence! 


France Lake and Saulisbury Park is a can't miss destination in Kenton. There's something for everyone here. The lake is used for fishing and boating, as well as swimming. There's a campground (with dog-friendly spots!) if you're looking to spend the night. You can also hike, bike, or have a cookout with man's best friend by your side! If you're looking for something with more appeal for the kids, check out Kenton's own Murray Park. This park has a seasonal splashpad to help the kids cool off (sadly, fur-babies aren't allowed). The park also has a paved walking path that your dog can enjoy. The picnic tables and grassy spaces appeal to everyone, making Murray Park a pupular spot whenever you visit! Your dog should be leashed in either park. 

Kenton is a furrific stop on a road trip, and a pawsome place to live! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kenton, OH

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    Population Density 1,860/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Kenton

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    The Gene Autry Mural & Park is a small spot to sit and take a break in Downtown Kenton. This mural is dedicated to the famous cowboy, and is a bright spot of local culture in the downtown area. This park makes up part of a block, so it's not a huge place. It is tasteful and a nice place to rest on a bench or amble across the grass with your pup. If you're looking for a chance to stretch your dog's legs without going out of your way, this park is a great opportunity to do it! Bring your own water and a doggie bowl to share it in!
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    Population Density 1,860/sq mi

    #2 East Kenton

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    Veterans Memorial Park is a great place to take the family. There's a playground for kids, and open grassy areas for anyone who wants to organize a game! The paved walking paths make it easy for you to get your dog the walk they need to burn off energy and maintain health and happiness. Take the path south along the pond and find Boy Scout Dog Park. This fenced in off leash area is the bark of the town! There's plenty of room to roam off leash. Many dogs visit the park on a daily basis, so your dog is sure to make a new friend!
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    Population Density 1,860/sq mi

    #3 Kenton

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    C E Wharton Memorial Park in the self-named Kenton neighborhood is mostly open space. It's a great place to explore if your dog prefers to be on leash to running with lots of new pups. There's a playground, picnic area, and enough grass to set up any sports game you like. If you'd rather relax while your dog goes wild, walk to Kenton Bark Park Dog Park located at the west end of the C E Wharton Memorial Park. The dog park provides off leash space for your dog to run! There are separate areas for large and small dogs, so everyone gets the best playmate for them!
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    Population Density 1,860/sq mi

    #4 North Kenton

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    Robinson Field is next to the high school football stadium. It also has a football field laid down on it, but there's plenty of room to walk your dog around that. Loop the park for a nice, long walk that will keep you away from the crowds. If your dog is a people-watcher who loves to socialize, you can stick to the sides closer to the stands! What this park lacks in amenities it makes up for with a convenient location and sheer size! Even a high energy dog will be able to quickly burn off energy on a walk here! 

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    Population Density 1,860/sq mi

    #5 South Kenton

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    Pioneer Park is a simple family park in the largely residential neighborhood of South Kenton. This park caters to a diverse population. There are play areas made for children in the park, but there's also plenty of open space to make your own game! Whether you're into ultimate frisbee or soccer, there's room to play here! Your dog will love to follow their nose across this meadow, picking out squirrel trails and taking a rest under the shade trees that pepper the park. Dogs have to be leashed in Pioneer Park. There is a drinking fountain, but you should bring your own doggie bowl.
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