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Dog Areas in Mayfield Heights

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Mayfield Heights is a city in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, situated 23 miles east of Cleveland. There are many things to see and do around Mayfield Heights with your dog! In town is an animal hospital, and there are several vet clinics in surrounding Lyndhurst and Mayfield as well, so help is never far away should your pup become unwell on your visit. 

For a delicious meal with your best bud by your side, head to Bruegger's Bagels where you can enjoy your breakfast or lunch outdoors with your pup. Their signature preservative-free bagels come with a variety of fillings, or tuck into a salad, soup or simply coffee and cake.

Best Gyros is another great pet-friendly eatery in Mayfield Heights. Enjoy your Greek-style fare at the outdoor table with your pup relaxing by your side. Menu options include their namesake – gyros – as well as salads, wraps, falafel, burgers, pitas, and more. 

Oakville Park is a pleasant little green space not far from the town centre. Bring your pooch here for a walk around the grounds or have a play on the ball fields. There is also a pavilion here and bocce courts.

These are just a few places to check out in Mayfield Heights with your dog. You are both sure to enjoy your visit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mayfield Heights

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    Population Density 4,510/sq mi

    #1 City Center

    Head over to Mayfield Heights City Park to relax in a beautifully kept green space right in town. There is lots of open space for a walk with your pup, and lovely shady trees to enjoy when the weather is warm. There is a great playground for the kids, picnic facilities, restrooms and ball courts. You must keep your pup leashed in this community park. If you are looking for a pet-friendly restaurant close by, check out TGI Fridays where you can enjoy their diverse menu of American-style classics with your pooch by your feet at one of the outdoor tables. Panera Bread is also close by, and welcomes pups at the outdoor seating area. 
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    Population Density 301/sq mi

    #2 West Gates Mills

    Bob Feller Field in Gates Mills is just two miles from Mayfield Heights, and a nice quiet place to come for some time out in nature with your pet. The area is named after the late local Gates Mills resident Bob Mills, a Hall of Fame Major League Baseball Player and WWII veteran. Encircled by Gates Mills Boulevard, this place is a lovely spot for a walk, but keep your pup leashed as you wind your way through the trees. See if you can find the bronze commemorative plaque for Bob Feller near the north entrance to the park. Adjacent to Bob Feller Field is Jones Ravine, a 6.5 acre treed space under the care of the Gates Mills Land Conservancy. Take care of the wildlife here and keep your pet leashed at all times. 
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    Population Density 4,667/sq mi

    #3 Mayfield/ Richmond

    Two miles west of Mayfield Heights is Lyndhurst, where you will find several puptastic places to visit. If you are looking for a pet-friendly place to eat, head to Buffalo Wild Wings and take a seat at one of their outdoor tables. Enjoy a selection of wings, burgers, salads, wraps and an array of hot dishes and desserts. Lyndhurst Park is a great spot to walk off your lunch, with a walking trail meandering around the park perimeter and a woodlands adjacent to the main recreation area where you can also take a little on-lead stroll with your pet. Close by are two sports fields, Roland Park and Bolton Park, where you can come for a friendly game of catch or Frisbee in the open space. 
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    Population Density 1,197/sq mi

    #4 Lyndhurst Near Cedar

    Head down to the Acacia Reservation in Lyndhurst for a pawriffic trail walk opportunity. Set over a massive 155 acres, this park is an oasis in suburbia. Seek out the 1.7-mile looped trail for an on-lead walk with your pet that takes you past the Euclid Creek and through the lush wooded reserve. Bring your clean up bags here, as well as water for you both. Just north of Acacia Reservation is Brainard Park, a perfect spot to stop and unpack a picnic lunch at the shelters or on the fresh grass. If you fancy another little walk, there is a wide paved path that winds through the park. The kids will love the nature playground, the skate park and the splash zone in summer.
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    Population Density 1,292/sq mi

    #5 Highland Road/ Bishop Road

    Two miles north of Mayfield Heights is the 35-acre Highland Heights Community Park in Highland Heights. Pets are welcome here, but you will need to keep Fido leashed and make sure you pick up any waste. The park has a lovely nature trail that your pooch will adore taking a stroll on. If you would like a little more walk, take a trip around the sports fields or along the paved perimeter footpaths. The kids will have a great time at the playground here, and there are restrooms, picnic facilities and ample parking on site. Whiteford Park is just a little drive north of Highland Heights Community Park, and is a nice quiet little park at the end of a cul-de-sac. Your pooch will love playing on the open grassed area with you, or resting under the shady trees at the end of the day.
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