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Dog Areas in Marshallville

It may seem like a small town will not have a lot for you and your pooch to do. This is not the case for Marshallville, Ohio! Although this tiny town does not have a lot of activities or attractions itself, it does have plenty for you to do in the areas nearby. Plus, the joy of a small town is that the entire town can essentially double as a park. Take your pooch on a walk throughout the many beautiful neighborhoods of the small town, stopping by the many locally-owned businesses. 

Once you're done relaxing in this small town, make sure you head to one of the many large, green forest preserves in the area. There are several parks nearby where you can take your pooch for a great time in the wilderness. And, if you get lucky, you may even see something more than just trees and flowers -- perhaps some more pups, deer, or rare birds. 

If nature isn't your speed, you can always head to some of the large, densely populated cities around Marshallville. Cities like Akron and Cleveland are full of shops, things to see, attractions to see, and delicious food for you and your pooch. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Marshallville

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    Population Density 90/sq mi

    #1 City Center

    Located right in the center of Marshallville is Marshallville Community Park. This park is not a dog park or a large state park, but it still has plenty for you and your pooch to do. Make sure you take a leash, water, toys and doggie poop bags. This bare-bones park (pun totally intended) is often frequented by the same people, so you and your pooch are bound to make some friends. This basic park is loved by everyone in the community despite its lack of amenities. Your pup will not be able to run freely without a leash, but you will be able to rest and relax in the sun.
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    Population Density 90/sq mi

    #2 Burton City

    Sometimes, all you need is a day in nature. Drive less than ten minutes to the neighborhood of Burton City in Orrville, Ohio. It is there you will find Johnson Woods State Nature Preserve. Unlike other state preserves, this one has a lot of undeveloped vegetation, which will delight Sparky's sniffer! The park has very few amenities, and doesn't offer bathrooms for humans. Make sure you take a leash, plenty of water, snacks, and doggie poop bags. You will also definitely want to take your camera to take some pawesome photos of your pooch in the park!
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    Population Density 509/sq mi

    #3 Doylestown

    If you drive less than fifteen minutes from Marshallville, you will find Doylestown Memorial Park right in the heart of the village of Doylestown. This park is not a dog park, but it is incredibly loved by everyone in the community. It has plenty of playground equipment so your kids can play while you walk around with your pooch. It also offers family-friendly activities, such as batting cages and food stands, so feel free to bring all the kids -- both human and canine! Because this is not a dog park, you will need to keep your pup leashed at  all times.
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    Population Density 413/sq mi

    #4 South Clinton

    Located twelve minutes from Marshallville is South Clinton, Ohio, where you will find Clinton Trailhead. This park is unlike any others in the area. It is a large park full of beautiful vegetation, paved and unpaved trails, and beautiful scenery. You and Fido will want to sit and stay awhile at this beautiful park! Consider packing a picnic, taking a good book, and relaxing in the park with your pooch. And do not forget your camera -- you will definitely be able to snap some adorable photos of your dog, especially on the scenic bridges here.
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    Population Density 1,214/sq mi

    #5 Jet St

    When you have a day off work, get in your car and drive to New Franklin, where you will find Portage Lakes State Park. This lake attracts boaters and fisherman from all over because it has not only one or two, but eight lakes. Yep, that's right -- eight lakes! They're surrounded by green vegetation, so if you and your pup are not in the mood to get out on the water, you can always rest and relax on the lake shore. Just make sure your pooch is on a leash so you don't get separated. Trust us, you and your pup will have a grrreat time in this park!
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