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Dog Areas in Middletown, OH

22 Parks
2 Trails
8 Shops
1 Eatery
6 Groomers

Middletown is a metropolitan city in Ohio, only 40 miles north of Cinncinati. The thriving city has a lot of history, although the history of where the town got its name remains a mystery. Today the city is known as an All-American City and has the motto "Bright past, brighter future". This is also true for the four-legged residents of Middletown, as the city continues to make it a bright future for them by creating more and more dog-friendly city parks.

The most popular park in the city is Lefferson Park, thanks to its 58-acres of open space and recreational fields. The park holds multiple fields, including four fenced-in baseball fields, enclosed tennis courts, basketball courts, and soccer fields. Other features of the park include picnic areas, a pavilion, a playground, open areas to run around in, open space to run around in, and restrooms. Dogs do have to remain on a leash, but will have access to water, clean-up bags, nighttime lights, and benches.

Jacot Park is the highest rated park in the city and has some good reason why. Not only is it a great place for kids and families, but it's also dog-friendly and has some great features for pups. There's an asphalt trail that circles the park, with soccer fields and open space to run around in. There's also a pavilion and a playground, with restrooms and lots of parking. Dogs are required to be on a leash inside the park.

Middletown has even more dog-friendly parks, like Wilson Park and Dowling Park, and also offers 6 animal hospitals.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Middletown, OH

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    Population Density 4,626/sq mi

    #1 Avalon

    Avalon is a tidy little neighborhood on the north side of town, with rows of residential homes and busy streets. The park of choice for the area is Gardner Park, which provides residents with open space lined with tall trees and recreational fields. There are fenced-in basketball courts and a baseball field, connected by paved trails that wind throughout the park. Leash up Fido and enjoy additional amenities like water fountains, benches, picnic tables, a playground, a pool, restrooms, and clean-up stations. The park is open from 8 AM to 10 PM, and is open year round for residents.
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    Population Density 1,909/sq mi

    #2 Sunset Park

    The crowded community of Sunset Park is on the northeast side of the park, filled with busy streets and rows of residential homes. For most residents of the area, Miami Park is the number one park of the area, thanks to its lively atmosphere and dog-friendliness. Inside the park, there are basketball courts, a playground, a paved sidewalk, large oak trees, and plenty of room to run around. The park is pretty popular, so if you want a quieter place to take your pup, head up to University Park. This park is more rural, and known for its open space with grassy terrain and large patches of trees with benches underneath. Need more adventure? Check out this neighborhood's namesake, Sunset Park, located right in the center of this community. Dogs need to be on a leash inside all parks.
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    Population Density 6,041/sq mi

    #3 Roosevelt Boulevard

    Roosevelt Boulevard is a residential and industrial community with homes and different factories along the railroad tracks. Cut off from the industrial area and bordered by dense trees to the south, Goldman Park offers a quiet place to bring Fido for a walk. The park is perfect, thanks to its 7 fenced-in baseball fields, a pavilion, a playground, open space, paved trails, water fountains, and basketball court. Sherman Park is another great dog-friendly park that welcomes leashed pups and offers in return a playground, a basketball court, an open lawn for picnicking or playing, shaded trails, and a playground. Additional features include water fountains and benches. For more green space, check out Gladwell Park to the east.
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    Population Density 7,464/sq mi

    #4 Meadowlawn

    The neighborhood of Meadowlawn is a small and cozy residential community with vast green fields, dense woods, and rows of homes. When you need to give Fido some outdoor time, the best place to head to is Yankee Park, thanks to its lush green area and a dog-friendly atmosphere. Dogs are not required to be on a leash inside the rural park, but will have access to amenities like trash bins, benches, a playground, and picnic tables. If you're looking for a short walk through with a place to sit and rest, Whitney Park is the better park to head to. This park has a green lawn, with a paved walkway and shaded sitting areas. Fido doesn't have to be on a leash inside this park either, but you will need to bring water and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 2,642/sq mi

    #5 West Middletown

    This neighborhood boasts the large Barnitz Park that provides a lovely grassy area to play in with views of the nearby river. There's an ample open space to play in at the park, with enclosed basketball courts, shaded sitting areas, dirt trails, water fountains, benches, and a picnic area. Douglass Park also has a pretty area to play in with your pup, and also provides plenty more for you and your leashed pup. Additional amenities include water fountains, a playground, a paved walking trail, a pavilion, restrooms, picnic tables, and trash bins.
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