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Dog Areas in Laurelville

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A little more than 500 people call the village of Laurelville in Hocking County, Ohio their home, but the town is full of big opportunities and plenty of activities. Laurelville makes up 0.21 square miles, and it was laid out in 1871 when it was named for a nearby laurel. Just outside of Laurelville, you'll find the Hocking State Forest. This is one of the most scenic areas in the entire state, and Hocking State Forest connects to three nature preserves and the Hocking Hills State Park. More than 2 million people visit the Hocking Hills State Park each year, and your dog can join you on the park's many trails when they're on a leash.

Another dog-friendly activity in Laurelville you won't want to miss is visiting The Ridge Inn Restaurant on Pike Street. The wrap-around porch at this warm and friendly eatery welcomes dogs to accompany their owners, and the staff has been known to bring water bowls out for canine guests. The Ridge Inn Restaurant serves a variety of gourmet dishes like their herb-grilled chicken, homemade meatloaf, Tuscan wrap, and much more. Be sure to try one of their homemade donuts for dessert before you leave. Once your appetite is satisfied, you and Rocky can hop in the car and drive to one of several nearby off-leash dog parks!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Laurelville

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    Population Density 89/sq mi

    #1 Northeast Circleville

    In just over 20 minutes, you and your pooch can drive to the AW Marion State Park in northeastern Circleville, Ohio. This 309-acre natural oasis features more than five miles of hiking trails, a 145-acre lake, as well as fishing, hunting, and boating facilities. Whether you're camping at AW Marion State Park for a weekend, or just visiting for a day, you'll find plenty to do. The trail surrounding the lake is a beautiful place to walk your dog on a leash, and there is also an off-leash area in the park. The off-leash area isn't fenced, however, so if your dog doesn't have strong recall skills, it's best to keep them on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,512/sq mi

    #2 Williams Creek

    Williams Creek is a neighborhood in southern Columbus, Ohio that's about a 45-minute drive from Laurelville. The northeastern edge of this neighborhood is where you'll find the Three Creeks Dog Park. This off-leash dog park has big and small dog sections, and there are seating areas and portable restrooms on-site as well. There's a water spout at the dog park, but don't forget to bring a bowl for your dog. The rest of Three Creeks Park sits on more than 400 acres of land, and in that space, there are sports fields, playgrounds, and walking trails. Your dog can accompany you to most of these other areas when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,418/sq mi

    #3 Violet Meadows

    Pickerington is a city just east of Columbus, and the eastern edge of town is a little more than 30 miles from Laurelville. This is where you and your pup will find the Violet Township Dog Park, and this pawpular off-leash park has big and small dog sections. The park is fully fenced, and there's also a water fountain on-site available during the summer for thirsty dogs. Although this park can get quite busy, it's decked out with ample seating space for pet parents, and there's plenty of shade as well. There are waste disposal stations for pets in the park, but no human restrooms.
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    Population Density 269/sq mi

    #4 Lake Alma Road

    About 6,000 people live in Wellston, a city in Jackson County, Ohio. The northeastern corner of the city is about 30 miles from Laurelville, and that's where you'll see Lake Alma State Park. This peaceful 292-acre park offers a 60-acre lake, as well as camping sites, fishing, boating, hunting, and three hiking trails. Your dog is welcome to join you on a leash on the trails or other parts of the park, but there's also an off-leash area! The Lake Alma State Dog Beach is a designated area of the park where dogs can swim in the lake or play on the beach without a leash.
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    Population Density 104/sq mi

    #5 Century Acres

    Walnut Woods Metro Park has 1,098 acres of woodlands and fields to explore, and you'll find it all in the southeastern corner of Groveport, Ohio. It's less than 30 miles from Laurelville, and there are several paved multi-use trails in the park, as well as fishing spots, picnic sites, and an off-leash dog park. The Walnut Woods Metro Park Dog Park has a three-acre big dog section with a fenced swimming area and a one-acre space just for small dogs. You'll also find a selection of agility equipment in the park, along with doggie water fountains, covered seating areas, and waste disposal supplies.
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