Dog Walkers in Lewisburg, OH

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Dog Areas in Lewisburg, OH

3 Parks
10 Shops
5 Eateries
3 Groomers

Lewisburg, Ohio is known for its "haunted" limestone mine caves. Whether or not these caves are actually haunted is up for debate, but that doesn't stop residents and visitors alike from flocking to the caves every Halloween for the haunted cave attraction, which is said to be one of the best haunted houses in the area!

The caves are located 80 feet underground, and are home to all sorts of exotic creatures and flora that you won't find above ground. While you can walk around the caves with your leashed pup, we definitely don't recommend exploring them yourself -- especially considering that they're home to the largest population of brown bats in Ohio! You can, however, take a non-scary wagon ride tour around the caves. (Your pup, unfortunately, can't accompany you.)

Since Lewisburg has a population of just over 1,000, it's not surprising that aren't many conventional dog-friendly amenities here, like dog parks and restaurants. But don't fret just yet! You and Fido can find lots of dog-friendly fun just a short drive out of town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lewisburg, OH

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 93/sq mi

    #1 Knapke Ln

    Lewisburg Community Park offers plenty for you and your whole family to do. There are ball fields where you can catch a rec league game, or you can walk along the trails. Right over the footbridge are fishing spots, canoe and kayak rentals, and a splash pad. The playground is a great way for your little humans to burn some of that endless energy. This community park is the pawfect place for a quick stroll with a leashed pup. While you are here, you will have access to the restroom and water, but you may water to carry extra water while you walk the trails. Don't fur-get the doggie waste bags!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 93/sq mi

    #2 North Lewisburg

    Preble County Park District is 24 acres of donated land called the Devil's Backbone. The area is mostly comprised of marked nature trails, but there are a few places where you can roam freely. Most of the land has been left as is for decades. The man-made features are few and far between, but you can sniff around the mill here. The bathroom is a modernized outhouse with running water. You should always keep your dog on his leash while exploring this park. There is a lot of wildlife to see, so keep your eyes peeled while on the trails! The wildflowers growing naturally here are gorgeous, but watch out for the no-trespass zones which protect blooming flowers.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 188/sq mi

    #3 National Street

    Why visit Brookville? We'll sum it up in just three words: doggie water park! Just 7 miles away, you'll find the K9 Splash Zone, which is the perfect place for your water-loving pup to play. It's open to the public seven days a week, so you can visit whenever you have a moment to spare. While you are here, you can train your dog to play fetch in the water, teach him some new tricks, or just let him play. Be sure to check online to see when the next doggie water show is -- it's a sight to behold! If you're looking for something a little different to do with your dog, Brookville is the place to be!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 188/sq mi

    #4 Sweet Potato Ridge

    Wolf Creek Trail is located in Brookville, just seven miles from Lewisburg. It is a five-mile trail of restored rail line. Most of the trail winds through grassy areas with wildflowers growing throughout. At the end of the trail lies Golden Gate Park, a family fun zone complete with a playground. The playground even has a castle set to scale, so be sure to bring the kids along! Sometimes, there are even children theater productions that you can catch with your dog. Water fountains, clean restrooms, and trash receptacles are available at the park. However, you will need to keep your dog on a leash and bring your own doggie waste bags.
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 671/sq mi

    #5 Taylors MetroPark

    The Great Miami River Trail is the beginning of a 340-mile trail system that you and your dog can explore. As its name suggests, this trail follows the Miami River. You will find places to stop and fish just a quarter-mile into the trail. About three miles in is a small playground and rest area. All along the path, there are rest stops, parks, and drinking fountains. This is a busy trail system, so you will want to keep your dog on the leash for most of it. There are leash-free zones, which are marked, but not until you get several miles in. This park is in Vandila, which is about twenty miles from Lewisburg.
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