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Dog Areas in Mineral Ridge

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Mineral Ridge is a northwestern suburb of Youngstown that's about nine miles from downtown. There are several parks and trails in the area that allow leashed dogs. You'll find a veterinary clinic in this community when you're looking for health care services for your fur baby.

About 11.7 miles southwest of town, you'll find a pawtastic place to go exploring with your pup. Get the leash ready and head to Vickers Nature Preserve. There are footpaths throughout this 262-acre facility. Wander through meadows, woodlands, wetlands, and more here. Remember to collect and dispose of your dog's waste.

Another outdoor paradise that you and Fido can visit is Lake Milton State Park. This property offers boating, fishing, hunting, hiking, and more. You can bring your pets into designated areas of the facility. Have proof of rabies vaccination with you when you come.

 The whole family can have fun at Boardman Park, located about 14 miles southeast of town. Here you'll find 227 acres that include a large natural area with hiking trails, picnic spots, ball fields, playgrounds, and a dog park. Keep Fido restrained to walk on the paved pathways, or let him play off-leash in the fenced facility. You'll need to buy an annual membership to access Marge Hartman's Paws Town. 

Mineral Ridge is near a variety of pet-friendly outdoor recreational facilities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mineral Ridge

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    Population Density 808/sq mi

    #1 Mineral Ridge

    Mineral Ridge includes residential streets, hotels, a high school, and an elementary school. The neighborhood blocks feature tree-lined streets where you and your pooch can enjoy some daily exercise. For a pawesome place to go walking or jogging with Fido, connect to the Mill Creek MetroParks Bikeway. There's a trailhead on Webb Road, behind the Pilot Travel Center. This multi-use pathway stretches from Western Reserve Road in Marquis to Salt Springs Road in Mineral Ridge. Travel through residential areas, woods, and countryside with your four-footed pal. To keep everyone safe, leash your pup and yield to bicycles. Have waste bags and water handy.
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    Population Density 1,397/sq mi

    #2 McDonald

    About four miles northwest of Mineral Ridge, you'll find the community of McDonald. This neighborhood features single-family homes, a high school, a few churches, and some small businesses. Many of the neighborhood streets have sidewalks where you and Spot can stroll together. To get some exercise and enjoy nature with your fur baby, head to Woodland Park off Pennsylvania Avenue. This furrific property has athletic facilities, wooded space, hiking trails, and a picnic area with grills. Go exploring with your four-footed friend and share a meal together here. The village requires you to restrain your pets on a leash and to clean up their waste.
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    Population Density 1,122/sq mi

    #3 Austintown

    Austintown is about four miles south of town. This community has a downtown area, houses, and apartments. Take the family to Skate Zone Family Fun Center for a special treat. When you want to include your canine companion, check out Austintown Township Park. You'll find activities for everyone in this 206-acre property. There are natural areas, hiking trails, athletic facilities, and an off-leash park for your pooch. The dog run has separate areas for small and large pups. There's some agility equipment in the big dog section. Make sure Fido has his shots before you come here.
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    Population Density 2,875/sq mi

    #4 Niles

    The Niles neighborhood is about three miles north from Mineral Ridge. This community includes single-family homes, some multiplexes, a cemetery, and a commercial area. You'll find sidewalks on the neighborhood streets that provide a safe place to walk your pup. For a special outing, hook up the leash and take your four-footed friend to Stevens Park on North Crandon Avenue. There are athletic facilities, a nature trail, a playground, and a picnic area with grills here. Walk through the woods with Spot, then share a snack at one of the benches. Have a few waste bags with you to dispose of any droppings.
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    Population Density 2,254/sq mi

    #5 Schenley

    The Schenley neighborhood in Youngstown is about seven miles southeast of Mineral Ridge. There are residential streets, a few public schools, a cemetery, and some businesses here. Take the family to the Fellows Riverside Gardens and view the beautiful displays. When you want to spend some outdoor time with your pooch, put his leash on and go for a hike around Lake Glacier. You can access the Old Tree Trail near the boat dock. Walk or jog down to Lily Pond with your furry pal. Spot is welcome on the pathway with you. Make sure you immediately pick up any messes.
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