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Dog Areas in Medina, OH

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With so many people in the local area who treasure their furry friends, it’s no surprise that Medina is quite a pet-friendly area. A high amount of businesses and hotels in the area accommodate pets – who wouldn’t want to brighten up their day with some four-legged companionship?

Several hotels in the area allow dogs to stay with their families. Motel 6, just five minutes from the airport, is one such example. Red Roof Inn also accepts one pet per room, as long as the front desk is notified during check-in. Super 8 Medina also allows dogs of all sizes for a minimal pet fee.

Also in Medina is the Medina Dog Park. The double-gated play area is surrounded by shade trees and picnic tables. Or, if your dog loves being in the water, try the Lake Medina Dog Park. This park requires leashes of up to eight feet to be used, but your dog is sure to enjoy playing in the surf and sand.

In addition, several trails in the area provide a unique opportunity to explore the area. Chippewa Inlet Trail is part of the rails-to-trails model, which converts former rail lines to accessible trails. The Lester Rail Trail is another one in the area. No matter what you’re looking to see in Medina, there’s something you and Fido can explore together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Medina, OH

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 562/sq mi

    #1 Windfall

    Windfall is a centrally located neighborhood with its very own dog park in its back yard. Carolyn Ludwig Mugrage Park offers seven acres of fenced green space where dogs can meet other dogs and play to their hearts desires. It is completely enclosed, and offers separate areas for large dogs and small dogs, so he or she can play where they feel most comfortable! Once you are both ready, you can venture along one of the many trails through wooded areas as well as spend time in the wide open green spaces along the way. There is also a pond for your pup to swim in or just cool down!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,524/sq mi

    #2 Medina Square

    Centrally located in the vast neighborhood of Medina Square is Ray Mellert Park, where residents love spending time with their pups! This park is a huge, wide open green space where well-behaved dogs are welcome to play off leash. Here you will find many trails to walk, run, or bike along with your furry friend, a splash pad with water to play in, a sports field, and benches scattered around the park. Uptown Park Gazebo can also be explored with your pup on leash. This park has a gazebo and is filled with large trees. Benches are here for you to utilize as well.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,402/sq mi

    #3 Medina


    The neighborhood of Medina is another special neighborhood as it has its own dog park for residents to visit with their four legged companions! The park is called Memorial Park, and it has a separate space just for dogs. The dog park itself is off-leash and completely fenced in. If your pooch prefers to play with other dogs of a similar size, this park is perfect for them as there are designated areas for big dogs and small. There are benches and picnic tables throughout the park where you can sit and watch your dog have fun with other dogs. Drinking water can also be found at this park so that you and your dog stay hydrated!

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,358/sq mi

    #4 A.I. Root Middle


    The neighborhood of A.I. Root Middle in Medina is one of the larger neighborhoods, and comes complete with an amazing park for residents to visit with their dogs. Fred Greenwood Park offers amenities such as a splash park, playgrounds, washrooms, covered picnic tables, and benches. Walking trails are scattered throughout the park for you to explore, and there is plenty of open space to play a game of fetch or kick around a ball with your furry pal. Off leash is allowed at this park for well behaved pups. The majority of the park is an open space, with some trees scattered along the outskirts.

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    Population Density 3,217/sq mi

    #5 Falling Oaks


    The residents of Falling Oaks have a local favorite right in their neighborhood called Roscoe Ewing Park. Roscoe Ewing Park is a great place to get some clean, fresh air, and have the opportunity to see wildlife in the park such as deer, small animals, birds, etc. If your pooch likes to chase, please keep him on leash! Otherwise, off leash is acceptable in this park. There are a variety of trails for you and your pal to explore, from wooded areas to open spaces. There is a pavilion for grilling and picnic tables as well. Along the trails you will find bridges crossing shallow water where your pup can splash around!

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