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Dog Areas in Loveland, OH

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Symmes Township Park is located on Lebanon Road in Loveland, Ohio. The Symmes Township Park has a lake, a few trails, several children’s playgrounds, and a dog park. The dog park is completely fenced in and has lots of shade for humans and pups to enjoy. Doggie waste bags are provided, and there are several benches to relax on. Dogs love frolicking leash-free and rolling around in the grass!

If you and your pooch enjoy car rides, these two dog parks may just be right up your alleys! To start off with, Schappacher Park Dog Run is located on Old Irwin Simpson Road in Mason, Ohio. Schappacher Park is mostly mulched, although there are a few grassy patches, and mature shade trees dot this fenced-in dog park. With plentiful shade and room to run, this park is sure to be a hit for visitors two-legged and four!

This next dog park is located on Tylersville Road in West Chester, Ohio. Wiggly Field (talk about a cute name!) has two separate fenced-in areas – one for dogs of all sizes and one for small dogs – lots of grassy room to run, a water feature, and doggie waste bags. One con with Wiggly Field is it gets rather muddy and takes a while to dry out, so owners may want to steer clear of this dog park for a few days after a rain storm if they don’t want to give their dogs baths.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Loveland, OH

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    Population Density 170/sq mi

    #1 Eagles Pointe

    Eagles Pointe is a small, quaint area in Loveland, Ohio. What is lacks in parks, it makes up for in water access, making it a great place to be if you have a pooch who loves to get wet. Venture down Mashie Woods Drive and you will find yourself at a nice lake with a fountain in it. This fountain is lots of fun for the pooches who swim out to it! The lake is surrounded by green space where you can walk with your pup or let him play off leash, so long as he behaves! Walking around the lake will lead you to a heavily treed area, where you and your pooch can go for a nice shady walk!
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    Population Density 1,895/sq mi

    #2 Glen Lakes

    The neighborhood of Glen Lakes is a popular pick for residents and their dog owners. With three parks to choose from, it’s pretty rare to be bored here! The Home of the Brave Park is a large park where you and your pup can explore the trails and open spaces. There is a splash park and washrooms for you to use while visiting the park, and a small water area for your pup to play in if he needs a cool down. A designated dog area is located towards the southeast corner of the park as well, called Symmes Township Dog Park. Lever Park is a great area to visit if you are looking for a wide open park to let your pal run and stretch their legs off leash, and maybe play a game of fetch! This neighborhood is also located along Hidden Creek Park, a hot spot for dog owners to go for walks along the heavily treed trails.
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    Population Density 3,957/sq mi

    #3 Grailville


    Grailville is definitely one of those neighborhoods that has it all! Dog owners enjoy spending their days with their furry best friends at East Loveland Nature Preserve, a beautiful park filled with trees, flowers, trails to explore, and a creek to dip in. You might even spot some wildlife along your journey through the park! On the southern side of the neighborhood is McCoy Park, a highly rated and overall great place to let your dog run off leash through the trees and green space. Here you will find benches and a washroom for your use as well. Paxton’s Grill, a pup friendly restaurant, is also located in this neighborhood. Yum!

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    Population Density 3,297/sq mi

    #4 Miami Township

    Tucked away in the forest within the Miami Township neighborhood is Isabella Lake. This lake is a treat for residents and their dogs, as the shorelines are well maintained with easy access to have a splash in the water, while chasing a stick! Surrounding the lake is a beautiful park with amenities such as cookout grills, picnic tables, benches, and washrooms. This park is a must-visit! Kelley Nature Reserve is another great green space with trails to hike, wild flowers to smell and admire, and river access for your pup to swim. A bit more centrally located we have Paxton Ramsey Park, with trails, washrooms, and a wide open green space to run through.
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    Population Density 3,506/sq mi

    #5 White Pines / Ashwood / Yorks


    This neighborhood is home to a wonderful park where dogs can stretch their legs while enjoying quality time with their humans! Craig Minard Memorial Park is located towards the northwest corner of this large neighborhood, and it comes complete with covered picnic tables, a fence around most of the park, and a whole lot of green space to run around! This park is great for throwing or kicking a ball around with your pooch. The park is located right next to a small lake, where a fountain sits just off the shore line. A trail around the lake invites residents and their pups for an enjoyable walk or bike ride.

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