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Dog Areas in Navarre, OH

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Nestled in alongside the Tuscawaras River, Navarre is a beautiful spot to visit with your pup, full of trails, waterways and green spaces to explore. With the town covering just 2 square miles, it is easy to navigate on foot with your best bud on a lead alongside you. If your pooch should fall ill, there is an animal clinic in town that would be happy to help.

For an easy and pleasant trail walk along the river, head to the Craig Pitman Memorial Park where you will find the trailhead to the Congressman Ralph Regula Towpath Trail. This trail is 25 miles out-and-back, so keep track of how far you have travelled so you can make it back the same way! Dogs are permitted here, but keep your pup leashed and always pick up after him. 

On the other side of town is John Glenn Grove, and another trailhead to the network of the Canal Towpath trails that run throughout the area. This park has picnic facilities, a restroom, playground and plenty of space to stretch out and enjoy some sunshine. Check out the statue here of John Glenn, an Ohio man who was a war pilot, an astronaut and U.S. Senator.

Feeling hungry? Head to Kraus’ Pizza and enjoy a meal at one of their outdoor pet-friendly tables. As well as pizza, Kraus’ serves up a variety of Italian and American dishes, such as meatballs, wings and jojos. Main Street Deli also welcome dogs at their outdoor tables and have a selection of lighter options, such as sandwiches, salads, soups and delicious sweet treats. Newt’s Place is a family friendly American-style eatery with outdoor pet-friendly tables and hearty meals.

With so many lovely places to see and walks to be had here in Navarre, you and your pup are sure to have a great stay!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Navarre, OH

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    Population Density 368/sq mi

    #1 Northeast Navarre

    In the northeast section of Navarre is the lovely Richville Community Park, where you and your pup can take a walk together along the paved paths, play a game of catch with his favourite frisbee or ball, or relax on the grass for a picnic lunch. If you have the kids in tow, they will love the two play centres, swings and basketball court, or unleash some creativity in the sandbox.  Pets are welcome here, but make sure you bring a stash of clean up bags and the lead. You will also need to bring your own food, as well as water for you and your pet.
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    Population Density 811/sq mi

    #2 Gambrinus/ Banker Heights

    Petros Lake Park in Canton is just 5.5 miles northeast of Navarre, and a beautiful spot to come for a walk and enjoy some time in nature with your pet. Set over 127 acres of meadow and wooded areas, the park boasts amenities such as covered picnic shelters, grills, fishing areas, restrooms and a volleyball court. Your dog will love exploring the trails here with you, with the main loop taking you 1.2 miles around the 13-acre Petros Lake. There are also three nature trails to check out – the Bluebird Trail, the Hickory Trail and the Meadow Trail – each with a different, but equally scenic landscape. Keep your pet leashed while you enjoy this park and always pick up after him.
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    Population Density 1,904/sq mi

    #3 West Massillon

    The Sippo Valley Trail in Massillon is another pup-tastic place to come for a walk with your pet. Here you will find the eastern end of the 10-mile trail which follows a portion of the former Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad corridor. The Sippo Valley Trail extends from Massillon up to Dalton, covering a mix of landscapes such as farmland, forest and suburban areas. Signage is well-maintained to keep you on track and measuring how far you have walked, as you will need to come back the same way. For another walk in the opposite direction, the trailhead in West Massillon also provides access to the longer Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail. Pets are permitted on these trails but must be kept leashed at all times.
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    Population Density 2,524/sq mi

    #4 Colonial hills

    Let your pup run free in the Furnas off-leash area in Furnas Park, Massillon. This well-kept park has two fenced areas, one for the big pups and one for the little ones to keep everyone safe and having a great time. Fido will love running around here, meeting new friends and getting the chance to really stretch his legs. There are benches for you to sit at while you supervise and plenty of trees for shade. You will need to bring water for your thirsty pup and a drinking bowl. The park can get a little muddy in wet weather, so pack a towel for the trip home!
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    Population Density 1,343/sq mi

    #5 Dunbarton

    Sippo Lake Park in Canton is 300-acres of green set around a 100-acre lake, and is a beautiful place to come for a day out. Just nine miles north of Navarre, this park is a popular spot for dog families and has so much to offer. Boating, kayaking, canoeing and fishing are permitted on the lake for the water-loving types, or stay dry with a walk along one of the five trails. Ranging in length from 0.6 to 1.3 miles, the trails are a great way to explore the woodlands, wetlands and meadows of the area, and are well signposted with information along the way. The kids might like to check out the public library and animal preserve here, although unfortunately pooches are not permitted in these facilities. Keep your pup on a lead and pack some bug spray in warmer weather, as well as water, snacks and clean up bags.
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