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Dog Areas in Lima

18 Parks
3 Trails
19 Shops
6 Eateries
11 Groomers

Lima is a larger town with the remaining charms of a small town. Sitting in the northwestern part of Ohio, Lima rests on both sides of the Ottawa River. The city has a rich history, with a historic district and 22 buildings listed on the Historial Register, and has also been the hometown of many famous authors. One historical fact that has never changed is Lima's love for their pups and how much they try to provide for them and their humans.

Humans and pups of Lima love to head out to Schoonover Park, a 69-acre park that has a 29-acre lake, large open areas, 1.1 miles of paths, and a shaded picnic and sitting area. Pups must remain on a leash, but can enjoy as much as humans can at the park, including fishing access, enclosed basketball courts, and a pavilion. Additional features include water fountains, clean-up bags, and benches.

The Collett Street Recreation Area is the next best stop in Lima, and boasts over 20 acres of well kept open area, multiple recreational fields, and lighted tennis courts. You and your leashed pup will love it here, thanks to the open area for romping, and features like water fountains, benches, and trash bins. The park also connects to the Lima Rotary Riverwalk, a 4.2 paved multi-use trail for walkers and bikers. Pups must be on a leash on the trail too, but owners must remember to bring water and clean-up bags.

With over eight animal hospitals and an obvious love for humans and dogs, you and Fido won't want to be anywhere but in Lima.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lima

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    Population Density 3,054/sq mi

    #1 South Lima

    South Lima is a small, but bustling neighborhood with lots of places to walk Fido when he needs to get some exercise. Hoover Park is the most popular park, with over 16 acres of land that surround a lake, a .6-mile trail, and developed areas for recreational events. The park includes a playground, picnic area, pavilion, shaded sitting areas, and open field. Additional features for you and your leashed pup includes water fountains, trash bins, benches, and clean-up stations. Across the street is Industry Park, a smaller but open park, with a paved trail that surrounds the park, and an enclosed baseball field, water fountains and benches.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,967/sq mi

    #2 4th St

    The Fourth Street neighborhood is filled with residential homes and small business centers. Among the crowded space, dog lovers still have Foundry Park to walk their pup. The park is 30 acres of land, with a large open space that's perfect for walking and playing, and also provides a paved path that surrounds a small scenic pond that extends .5 miles. There are enclosed tennis and basketball courts, a playground, picnic shelters, and additional features like water fountains and benches. Pups have to remain on a leash at the park, but can also enjoy the .8-mile trail made from asphalt that cuts through the park and leads out of it north and south.
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    Population Density 2,964/sq mi

    #3 Slabtown

    The neighborhood of Slabtown is on the eastern side of the city, and is home to one of the largest parks in Lima, known as the Ottawa Metro Park. The area is over 287.3 acres, with a developed area, campground, and beach that surrounds the Lima Lake Reservoir. Activites at the park include fishing, boating, swimming, recreational ballgames, and hiking. The trails that wind through the park and around the lake make up over 2.6 miles of walking space, made of concrete and dirt. Additional features of the park include water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, trash bins, and nighttime lights.
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    Population Density 4,417/sq mi

    #4 1st Ward

    The First Ward neighborhood is in the northern part of the city, with rows of residential homes and parks. One of those parks is Robb Park, a 26-acre park intended to be an official ballpark for residents. There are five baseball diamonds and multi-use recreational fields, which also include a lot of extra space for other activities, like playing with your pup. Dogs have to remain on a leash in the park, and have access to additional features like water fountains, a paved walking trail, playground, picnic area, water fountains, and benches.
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    Population Density 1,952/sq mi

    #5 Central Lima

    The neighborhood of Central Lima hosts Lincoln Park, a large and fun park that has lots of open space and tall trees scattered throughout. There is a train and replica depot museum in the park that is open to leashed pups to view. The park has other activities for you and your pup to enjoy, like the paved walkway, enclosed basketball courts, picnic shelter, and grilling station. Additional features of the park include water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins from the hours of 6 AM to 11 PM.
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