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Dog Areas in Lisbon

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About 26 miles south of Youngstown, you'll find the village of Lisbon. This Columbiana County Seat has a historical park and greenway. It also offers convenient access to several other recreational facilities in the area. For your pup's health care needs, there's a veterinary clinic in town.

You'll find a pawesome facility about ten miles east of town. At Beaver Creek State Park, you and Spot can enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, or boating together. Bring your tent or camper to the family campground off Leslie Road to share a weekend outdoors with your special pal.

If you're seeking a challenging workout for you and your pooch, head to Hellbender Bluff County Park off East Liverpool Road. This 752-acre facility has a 3.5-mile trail that wanders through fields and woods. Hunting is permitted here, so make sure you plan your outing around open seasons.

Another area park that you and your canine companion can visit for some outdoor recreation is Boardman Park. This property is about 20 miles northeast of Lisbon. There are 227 acres here that include hiking trails, picnic facilities, athletic fields, and a dog park. Let your furry friend play with other pups here.

Lisbon is a small town that's near some pawtastic places that you and your four-footed friend can enjoy together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lisbon

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    Population Density 276/sq mi

    #1 Lisbon

    The village of Lisbon includes residential areas, industrial sections, public schools, and the Columbiana County Fairgrounds. For a walk through history, you can check out the Hanna-Kenty House or stroll through the Lisbon Cemetery and view the monuments, naval cannon, and other features that are here. For a place to walk with Fido, head over to Willow Grove Park on Lincoln Way. This facility is by Little Beaver Creek, and it has a playground and open space. Play ball in the grassy area or walk by the creek with your fur baby. Keep Spot under control with a cord or lead and scoop any messes.
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    Population Density 54/sq mi

    #2 Logtown

    Logtown, on the western side of Lisbon, is a small rural community with some farms and single-family homes. This area borders a boy scout camp and offers country roads where you and your pooch can meander. Another pawesome place to take Fido for a jog or hike is the Little Beaver Creek Greenway Trail. You can join this multi-use pathway at St. Jacobs-Logtown Road. Head southeast into town or northwest to Washingtonville. Enjoy the farm fields, woodlands, wetlands, and ravines as you traverse the road with your special pal. Dogs need to be on a cord or lead as long as six feet.
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    #3 Guilford Lake

    Just 8.3 miles northwest of downtown Lisbon, you'll find Guilford Lake State Park. This area includes vacation homes and houses, campgrounds, and small businesses. As a reservoir in Ohio's glacial plateau region, the property provides a habitat for migratory waterfowl, songbirds, and other wildlife. Come here with your pup to walk the pathway around the lakeshore and enjoy the scenic views together. You can also bring a boat with up to a 10-horsepower motor and cruise the lake. The facility has picnic areas where you can grab a bite with your canine companion. Leashed pets can be in designated parts of the park.
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    #4 Elkton

    The community of Elkton is about four miles east of Lisbon. This unincorporated berg has a federal prison, some farms, and private homes. Just outside of town, there's a furrific natural area that you and Fido can investigate together. Head to Beaver Creek State Forest off Middle Beaver Road to hike on the pathways in this 1,122-acre property. The facility also allows hunting and fishing in the Little Beaver Creek Wild and Scenic River. Get a license and bring your pole along when you come. Remember to keep pets on a lead and carry waste collection bags to pick up after them.
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    #5 New Alexander

    The rural area of New Alexander is about 12.8 miles west of Lisbon. Here, you'll find farms and country estates. The roads offer a peaceful venue to go walking with your fur baby. On the east side of the community, there's a pawtastic area where you and your special pal can explore nature together. The Zepernick Wildlife area offers hiking, hunting, and fishing. There two ponds and a lake where you can fish for pickerel, largemouth bass, and panfish. You can also walk through a variety of habitats with your leashed pooch. Bring water and waste collection bags when you visit.
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