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Dog Areas in Maineville

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A little more than 1,000 people live in Maineville, a village in Warren County, Ohio that's just northeast of Cincinnati. Maineville was established in 1815, and although it has the charm and comfort of a small town, it also has many of the amenities you get with living in a big city. There are excellent schools in the area, as well as wonderful police and fire departments, restaurants, shops, and a variety of recreational activities. While it may not have its own off-leash dog park just yet, there are lovely places to walk your dog on a leash in Maineville, as well as several off-leash dog parks in surrounding cities. 

You and your dog will have a blast walking along the Little Miami Scenic Trail that runs through Maineville. Your dog must remain on a leash during your walk, and the two of you can explore this asphalt trail for more than 78 miles. It spans Clark, Clermont, Greene, Hamilton, and Warren counties, and this trail is also pupular with inline skaters, cyclists, and cross-country skiers. The Little Miami Scenic Trail takes you through parks, past streams and gardens, and along plenty of other beautiful stops to help you experience all that the beautiful state of Ohio has to offer. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Maineville

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    Population Density 2,640/sq mi

    #1 Fox Meadow Farm

    In just ten minutes, you and your dog can drive to Fox Meadow Farm, a neighborhood in northwestern Loveland, Ohio. This area is home to Symmes Township Park, and in its 60+ acres of space, there are three playgrounds, paved and dirt trails, picnic shelters, and an off-leash dog park. The Symmes Township Bark Park is an ample space where dogs of all sizes can interact off-leash. Symmes Township says the dog park will be closed in the winter, but many visitors have found it open year round. The park has seating areas and waste disposal supplies, but be sure to bring your own drinking water for Sparky.
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    Population Density 1,736/sq mi

    #2 South Mason

    South Mason, Ohio is less than a 15-minute drive from Maineville, and this area is where you and your pup will find Schappacher Park. This 10-acre park has mature oak trees throughout, as well as playgrounds, picnic shelters, and an off-leash dog park. The Schappacher Dog Park makes up 20,000 square feet of the park, and dogs of all sizes share the same space. Within the dog park, there is drinking water for dogs, and during the summer, there are often plastic pools set up where dogs can swim. This clean and well-kept dog park also has covered seating areas for pet parents, as well as waste disposal stations.
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    Population Density 358/sq mi

    #3 Morrow

    The northwestern corner of Morrow, Ohio is less than a ten-minute drive from Maineville, and that's where you and your pooch will find the Bigfoot Run Dog Park. This nearly seven-acre off-leash park is located across from a high school and includes different enclosures for dogs of different sizes. Some visitors note that there isn't much shade in the park, so keep that in mind if you visit during the summer. There are seating areas for pet parents and doggy bag stations in the park, but be sure to bring lots of drinking water for both you and your dog.
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    Population Density 1,194/sq mi

    #4 Southeast Centerville

    Centerville is a city in Ohio that's home to nearly 25,000 people, and the town's deep southeastern corner is about a half-hour drive from Maineville. This is where Oak Grove Park is located, and this 102-acre park has sports courts and fields, trails, playgrounds, a fishing dock, an archery range, and an off-leash dog park. The Oak Grove Dog Park is divided into separate sections for big and small dogs, and there's a double-gated entry system as an added safety measure. You'll also find fresh drinking water for dogs, lots of seating areas for pet parents, and waste disposal stations in the park.
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    Population Density 353/sq mi

    #5 North Blanchester

    Less than 20 miles east of Maineville sits the Tom Harvey Memorial Dog Park in northern Blanchester, Ohio. This expansive dog park has an excellent reputation for being visited by all sorts of friendly people and their pets, so you and your doggo are sure to meet some new friends. There's a swimming pond in the park, as well as a variety of trails to trek and some agility equipment for adventurous dogs. You'll find waste disposal stations and seating areas in the park, but bring your own water and bowl in case there isn't water available for your pet. This dog park can get really muddy after it rains, so visitors recommend wearing shoes that you don't mind getting dirty!
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