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Dog Areas in Milford, OH

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The little community of Milford, Ohio, has been around for ages. In fact, the convenient location, next to the Little Miami river, was already used in the pre-historic days. This place is in particular attractive for those who enjoy a hike through nature or own a dog. Whether you trot through the open meadows, along the riverbanks or through the dense forests, there is much beauty of nature to be seen.

One of the best ways to embark on a hiking adventure in Milford, Ohio, is to jump on the Little Miami Bike Trail. This route goes from Springfield to Newton and runs through town. Milford is also a crossroad for other major recreational trails like the Sea to Sea Long Distance Hiking Route and the American Discovery Trail.

Milford, Ohio, also houses its very own off-leash dog park: the Bark Park at Miami Meadows Park. This dog park comes with everything that a real off-leash dog park needs: two fenced play areas (one for small dogs and one for large dogs), benches, shaded areas and water fountains.

For a short visit to Milford, Ohio, it is recommended to check out the local Homewood Suites. Not only does this hotel offer lavish rooms and suites; guests are also allowed to bring up to three pets for an additional charge.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Milford, OH

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    Population Density 1,760/sq mi

    #1 Clertoma Village


    The neighborhood of Clertoma Village borders alongside the Little Miami River, giving residents access for their pups to have a swim in the water. Towards the northern end of the neighborhood is Village Park, where a small beach can be found that is great for throwing sticks in the water for your pooch to fetch! There are also a few trails to wander through and a clearing where you can play with your furry friend. On the southern end of the neighborhood is Garfield Park, where residents enjoy playing in the park with their pups, having a picnic on the covered picnic tables, and walking along the treed trails!

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 602/sq mi

    #2 Duncan Drive

    In the center of the Duncan Drive neighborhood, residents will find Cincinnati Nature Center. Cincinnati Nature Center is a large park with so much to see and do. It is known around town as one of the best spots to observe wildlife! The park itself has green spaces ranging from thickly wooded to wide open clearings. Throughout the park are a number of different ponds to visit, where your pup can have a swim! You and your dog will have a great time checking out all of the trails, and seeing the unique sites that each one has to offer. Check out the birds at the bird huts provided. Washrooms, picnic tables, and benches can be found at this park, and there is a waterfall and playground site as well!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 731/sq mi

    #3 Cunningham Rd


    Camp Dennison Memorial Park can be found in the neighborhood of Cunningham Rd, making it a great spot to call home for dog owners. This park has so many trails to explore, you will never be bored! Amenities include washrooms and benches. There are treed areas to wander through and open land to run around in, great spaces for playing games with your pup. Along the park is Milford Bike Trail Park, a bike trail spanning through the city. This trail is paved and great for going for bike rides with your furry companion. Prefer to walk or run? These activities are allowed on the pathway as well!

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 6,599/sq mi

    #4 Day Heights


    Day Heights is a great neighborhood for dog owners and their humans to live in! It is home to its very own off-leash dog park! The Bark Park at Miami Meadows is a great place to take your dog for some exercise and outdoor fun. This is rated as one of the best dog parks in Milford. It is completely fenced space with an area just for small dogs! There happens to be handicap accessible ramps as well as washrooms. Lots of trails can be found at the park as well. Benches are provided for you to rest on and watch your best friend play!

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    Population Density 223/sq mi

    #5 Price Road

    Price Road is one of the fortunate neighborhoods to be situated alongside the Little Miami River. Residents often times take their pups for a walk to the river and let them have a dip in it. When they are looking for a greener area to walk, they may find themselves at Horner Run, a vast space that is heavily treed and full of trails. Walk, jog, or run through the wooded forest or alongside the river, whichever you choose, you will may have the opportunity to see wildlife and an array of different plants and flowers. What Horner Run lacks in amenities, it makes up for in its natural beauty and scenic views throughout the walking paths.
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