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Dog Areas in Mayfield, OH

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4 Trails
The village of Mayfield lies within the Cuyahoga County, Ohio, and is approximately 150 miles northeast of Columbus. This pet-friendly place has many things you can do with your best bud, so you are both sure to have a great time! There is one veterinary clinic in town and several other options in neighboring Mayfield Heights, Lyndhurst and Willoughby Hills should your dog need medical help.

Aladdin's Eatery in the town center is a great spot for a meal. Enjoy an array of Lebanese-American foods at one of their outdoor tables with your pup by your side. Start with an appetizer, or head straight into a plate of hummus chicken, Mediterranean lamb or shish kabob. Wash down your meal with a raw juice, herbal tea or smoothie, followed by a decadent gourmet cake or baklava. 

After your meal, take a walk down to Wiley Park in town. You will need to keep your pet leashed as you both enjoy walking around this green space. If you have kids in tow, the playground will be some welcome fun, or check out the sand volleyball court and bocce court. There are restrooms on site. Bring your water, drinking bowl for your pup, and waste disposal bags here.

With many more pawriffic things to do in and around Mayfield, what adventures will you have next?

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mayfield, OH

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 202/sq mi

    #1 North Mayfield

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    The Mayfield Village Wetlands in Mayfield covers 24 acres and is a popular spot to come for a nature walk. Pets are permitted here, but must remain leashed at all times. A pet waste disposal station is provided at the trailhead, but take some bags with you on your walk. The looped Mayfield Village Wetlands Trail covers just under a mile and takes you around the perimeter of the preserve through diverse wetland, meadow and forest areas. Keep your eyes out for the array of wildlife here and stunning wildflowers in the springtime. For another nearby walk, seek out the Greenway Trail that runs adjacent the preserve as well. This trail is 2.6 miles in a straight line, so you will need to turn around and go back the way you came. You will need to bring drinking water for you both on this outing.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 331/sq mi

    #2 North East Mayfield

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    The Buttermilk Falls Nature Preserve in Mayfield, located within the North Chagrin Reservation, is worth seeking out for a beautiful trail walk with your dog. This pet-friendly spot has a 0.8-mile looped trail over easy terrain, where you can enjoy views of Buttermilk Falls, fascinating shale formations, and statuesque trees. From this trail, you can connect to the All-Purpose Trail within the North Chagrin Reservation for more exploring. Bring everything you need here, such as water, clean-up bags and any food you all might like to enjoy. Your pet needs to stay leashed here as there is a lot of wildlife that call this place home. Always pick up any mess to help keep the place clean for future visitors.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 304/sq mi

    #3 Wilson Mills

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    Pop over to neighbouring Gates Mills for a walk in the North Chagrin Metro Park. There are several trails to enjoy with your leashed pup through here, including the popular Foster’s Run Trail accessible from the Wilson Mills Trailhead. This is a moderately difficult trail, with undulating terrain to really get those legs working! Enjoy the scenic views of Foster’s Run stream and the vernal pools as you walk through the shady stand of hardwoods. At the turnaround of the trail is the Forest Picnic area to rest and recoup before heading back. The State-wide Buckeye Trail runs through this section of the park, as well as a bridle trail if you are looking for a little more distance.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,292/sq mi

    #4 Highland Road/ Bishop Road

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    The Highland Heights Community Park is a 35-acre park in Highland Heights, just 2.3 miles from Mayfield’s town center. Your pooch will enjoy walking the nature trail with you, or taking a stroll around the sports fields or along the paved perimeter footpaths. There is a playground here, restrooms, picnic facilities and ample parking.  As this is a busy park, you will need to keep your pup leashed during your visit. Just north of Highland Heights Community Park is Whiteford Park, a quiet little green space situated at the end of a cul-de-sac. There is lots of grass for playing here and some lovely shady trees to rest under when the weather is warm. The kids will enjoy the playground or running up and down the little hill with your pup.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,667/sq mi

    #5 Mayfield/ Richmond

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    Lyndhurst is just less five miles southwest of Mayfield, and has several lovely green spaces to bring your pet for a play. Lyndhurst Park has a walking trail to wander that winds around the park perimeter and under the shady trees. There are benches dotted along the path for when you are ready for a little rest, a picnic area and a playground. Adjacent to the park is a wooded area you can explore for a nature walk. Keep your pet leashed while exploring the park. Close by are two sports fields with wide open space; Roland Park and Bolton Park. You can bring your pooch for a game of catch or Frisbee here, but make sure there aren’t any games scheduled before you visit.
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