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Dog Areas in Mount Liberty

7 Parks
1 Trail
5 Shops
3 Eateries

Mount Liberty, Ohio got its name because it is located next to Liberty, but it is up higher so that it looks down over all the other cities in the area. From its vantage point, you can get a panoramic view all the way to Cleveland. You may be surprised to learn that the post office has been in the same spot since 1906. There are plenty of buildings here that the community has fought to preserve so that their history stays prominent in the township. 

There are lots of events at the community square. Every holiday is marked with a unique tradition. You should go to the library and get a map of the notable buildings and events that the community is hosting.

The Mount Liberty Cemetery is a treasure trove of history. There they have preserved memorials of the founding fathers of the town and of the notable residents. You can bring your dog for a walk through this well-kept green space and read the names and dates on the headstones. The community believes that this is important so that history is preserved and people are never forgotten. It is a beautiful space to enjoy on a sunny afternoon.

Mount Liberty is a small community, so if you're looking for more muttropolitan areas where you can share a meal with your pal or get some off-leash exercise, you'll need to take a short drive outside the community.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mount Liberty

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 181/sq mi

    #1 High Street

    Donato's Pizza is a chain of restaurants born in Columbus, Ohio. They also have some of the best pizza you will find within a sixty-mile radius. They have all your favorites, from pepperoni to meat lover's. If you don't want pizza, try the loaded fries, buffalo wings, or maybe even some stuffed peppers. They have a collection of salads as well. You can bring your dog with you to enjoy a meal at any of their outdoor tables. Your dog will need to be on a leash while you are here. Please remember to bring a water dish with you so that your dog can be served as well.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 181/sq mi

    #2 Main Street

    Everyone loves ice cream, even our dogs. Now, you can even bring your dogs with you to get custom creations at Whit's Frozen Custard. It is less than a twenty-minute drive to enjoy luscious frozen mixes like Hawaiian Luau with fresh pineapple. You can even try your own mixes if you would like. The best part is that they have a new flavor combination on display every week so there is always something new to try. This is a family-friendly place that welcomes all dog breeds, as long as the pups are friendly and on a leash.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 181/sq mi

    #3 Mt.Vernon Ave

    The Kokosing Gap Trail is a paved trail that takes you along the Kokosing River. You will pass over a couple of railroad trestles and through the Howard Tunnel as you walk to the end. You, your dog and your family will absolutely love walking this trail because it gives you such a sense of adventure. Please keep your dog on his leash because there's a lot of wildlife to chase along this route. You will also need to bring some water with you because there is none along the way. Doggie cleanup bags are a must, too -- remember, no one likes a litterbug!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 181/sq mi

    #4 Yauger Road

    Wolf Run Regional Park is the place to come if you are looking for an off-leash area for your dog to socialize. It is not the biggest dog park, but it does have everything that your dog needs to enjoy himself. There are doggie bags provided. This is a very clean park that is well loved by the community. The only downside is that there is no water, so you will need to bring your own. You and your pup will look forward to your visits because you will both make some pawesome new friends here!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 106/sq mi

    #5 Richland

    The Richland Baltimore and Ohio Trail go along the old Pennsylvania rail line. You will find that the trail is completely paved as you make your way down it. There are benches placed every half-mile so that you and your dog can rest along the way. At the end of the trail, there is a replica of a train car from the 1906 railroad. It is now a bathroom and tourist area that highlights the history of the rail line. Don't fur-get to bring all the necessities you'll need on a hike with your hound, including water, doggie waste bags, a leash, and some treats.
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