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Dog Areas in Millersport

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Millersport is a village in Fairfield County, Ohio with a population of just over 1,000 people. Every September, Millersport hosts the Sweet Corn Festival which draws thousands of visitors. There are plenty of other activities and events throughout the year in and around Millersport, so although it's a small town, there's plenty to do! This beautiful community has a mix of agricultural and suburban areas, and its proximity to beautiful Buckeye Lake makes it a great outdoors destination. There may not be an off-leash dog park in Millersport, but dog walkers have no shortage of green spaces to explore with their dogs on a leash, and there are also other dog-friendly activities in town.

Weldon's Ice Cream is located in northeastern Millersport, and it's been there since the 1930s. It's a staple in the community, and it draws plenty of tourists, too. Weldon's is a dog-friendly establishment, and there are outdoor tables where your dog can stick by your side while you munch on homemade ice cream, floats, sundaes, and more. Weldon's is open seven days a week from 10 AM to 10 PM, and if you're lucky, you might be there when live music is being played on the porch! If you're looking for an off-leash activity to enjoy with your dog, there are plenty of those just a short drive away from Millersport.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Millersport

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    Population Density 1,512/sq mi

    #1 Shady Lane

    The southeastern community of Columbus, Ohio known as Shady Lane is about 20 miles from Millersport, and this is where you'll find Big Walnut Park. This spacious city park includes sports fields, playgrounds, and an off-leash dog park! The dog park has an all dogs section, as well as a separate small dog area. The Big Walnut Dog Park is an enclosed three-acre space with a double-gated entryway to prevent any escape artist pups from making a break for it. There's also lighting in the park if you plan to visit late in the day, and the park is open from 7 AM to 11 PM.
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    Population Density 437/sq mi

    #2 Granville Village

    The Granville Village Dog Park in Wildwood is less than a 20-minute drive north of Millersport in western Granville, Ohio. In addition to the dog park, Wildwood Park is home to playgrounds, gardens, sports fields, and picnic facilities, and it provides access to a path that's excellent for walking dogs. The dog park is one enclosed section that doesn't separate dogs by weight, but there is paw-lenty of room for all dogs to play safely. This park tends to be quiet because many people don't know about it, but there's plenty of fun to be had! Be sure to bring your own drinking water, bowl, and doggy bags when you visit.
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    Population Density 1,418/sq mi

    #3 East Pickerington

    The Violet Township Dog Park is only a 15-minute drive from Millersport in eastern Pickerington, Ohio. This large off-leash park is the pawfect place to let your dog burn off some steam. There are separate sections for big and small dogs in this park with different entrances, and there are picnic tables and benches for pet parents to relax on as well. During the warmer months of the year, there's running water, but be sure to bring your own water in the winter. The Violet Township Dog Park also provides visitors with doggy bags, and visitors love how scenic and peaceful this park is.
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    Population Density 397/sq mi

    #4 Century Acres

    If you drive about half an hour west of Millersport, you'll end up in southwest Groveport, Ohio. Right outside the Century Acres neighborhood, you'll find Walnut Woods MetroPark, a 1,098-acre park with activities for the entire family to enjoy. There are trails for biking, hiking, or walking your dog on a leash in the park, as well as fishing, canoeing, and picnicking opportunities. Walnut Woods MetroPark also has its own off-leash dog park! This four-acre dog park has a three-acre section for big dogs and a one-acre small dog section. There is also an enclosed swimming area for dogs, as well as drinking water and agility equipment.
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    Population Density 1,830/sq mi

    #5 Brewery District

    Columbus is home to another excellent off-leash park, and this one is about half an hour from Millersport, in the Brewery District area. The Scioto Audubon MetroPark is a 120-acre recreational and educational facility. In addition to a dog park, Scioto Audubon has biking, boating, fishing, rock climbing activities, and plenty more. The dog park has a section where dogs of all sizes can play together, as well as a separate small dog area. There's also plenty of agility equipment, seating, waste disposal supplies, and water in the park. Some visitors say there isn't much shade in the dog park, so keep that in mind if you visit on a hot day.
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