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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Magnetic Springs

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    Population Density 2,333/sq mi

    #1 Westerville

    This dog-friendly city is located about 29 miles from Magnetic Springs and is home to the Alum Creek Greenway Trail. This trail runs for 22.4 miles, making it the longest trail in Central Ohio. The surface of the trail is asphalt so you will need to be careful that it doesn’t get too hot for your pup’s paws. There are several spots to stop and rest along the way. While on the trail, your pooch will need to be on a leash. It is important that you bring water for your pup since this is a long hike. You will also need to bring baggies for those necessary cleanups. If you and your pooch are looking to relax in nature for the day, grab your supplies and make a day of it!
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    Population Density 2,601/sq mi

    #2 Harrison West

    It’s a bit of a trek from Magnetic Springs at 43 miles, but this neighborhood has plenty to offer you and your pooch! The locals here love dogs, and it shows when you visit the Wheeler Memorial Dog Park. This dog park is a completely fenced-in park where your pal can get some mutts-needed off-leash exercise. Water is provided in the summer, but it’s always a good ideal to bring your own. A skip and a hop away from the park, you’ll find Bakersfield, where you and your leashed pup can share a taco together at the outdoor, dog-friendly tables. Harrison West is within walking distance of some of Columbus’ other neighborhoods, so you’ll have a hard time getting bored here!
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    Population Density 5,773/sq mi

    #3 Brewery District

    Want to treat your pal to a doggie dinner date? You’re in the right neighborhood! Columbus’ Brewery District is home to a handful of Fido-friendly eateries, so you’re sure to find something to please both your palates no matter what you’re craving. Enjoy a sweet treat at Kittie’s Hand Crafted Cakes, share some small plates at Arepazo Tapas Bar Grille, split a sandwich at Katzinger’s Delicatessen. Burn off the extra calories at the vast Scioto Audobon Metro Park, where you’ll find a designated off-leash dog park with plenty of amenities.
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    Population Density 2,601/sq mi

    #4 Jackpot

    If you’re in this neighborhood with your pooch, then you’ve hit the -- wait for it -- jackpot! (Sorry, we couldn’t resist.) This fun neighborhood is home to lots of dog-friendly places to eat. Buffalo Wings and Rings is sure to satisfy your inner carnivore. El Vaquero Mexican restaurant is another great option, serving up all your favorites. Both restaurants allow your pal to dine with you at the outdoor tables. Need a place to rest your weary heads after all that comfort food? You’ll find four dog-friendly hotels in this neighborhood, each with different policies and fees.
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    Population Density 2,333/sq mi

    #5 Brooksedge Plaza Center

    This dog-friendly neighborhood, located about 29 miles from Magnetic Springs, is home to the Brooksedge Dog Park. This off-leash dog park offers three separate sections for your pal to play in. One section is closed on a rotational basis for maintenance, and the other sections are separated by dog size. Your pal will find everything they could possibly need or want at this dog park: tennis balls, climbing equipment, water bowl, and a water fountain. There are also benches and trees for shade. You don’t have to worry about bringing your own doggie bags, as they are provided along with the trash bins. This park has it all! Come visit for a day of action-packed fun with your pooch.
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