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Dog Areas in New California

A census-designated place on the outskirts of Columbus, New California most often gets confused as a neighborhood in Dublin, a pupular Columbus suburb with tons of unique parks and outdoor space to enjoy. Fortunately, New California is so close to places with ample vet clinics and dog-friendly shops, restaurants, and attractions that you won’t have to venture far to find them.

A six-mile drive to Delaware, Ohio will take you to the Companion Club Dog Park, a private park that’s well-maintained and offers super fun features for pups, like an agility obstacle course and access to the water. Dublin is only about eight miles away and has tons of restaurant options for dogs and their owners, like Yogi’s Bar and Grill, which has a spacious dog-friendly patio and lots of pub favorites, including burgers and beer.

Columbus will be about a half-hour drive but offers everything from dog-friendly trails to parks. Hop on the Olentangy Trail, which stretches over 17 miles from Columbus to Franklin and offers awe-inspiring views of the city and Scioto River. Or, play alongside the river at the Scioto Audubon Dog Park, which has a sand pit for diggers and fun agility equipment. New California may be small, but it has lots of mighty fun for pups nearby!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New California

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    Population Density 411/sq mi

    #1 Oak Shier Estates

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    Just over seven miles from New California is the Oak Shier Estates neighborhood of Dublin, OH. Set on the outskirts of northern Columbus, this residential neighborhood has convenient access to the city, but is tucked away near small lakes and ponds for a relaxing getaway from city life. You and your pup can enjoy some outdoor play time at Nando’s Dog Park, a fenced-in area of Darree Fields Park. The park has small and large dog areas and a doggie water fountain to keep Spot quenched after play. You can even explore the main park, set on over 150 acres, with your leashed dog.

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    Population Density 313/sq mi

    #2 Indian Hills

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    Around 16 miles from New California is the Indian Hills neighborhood of Columbus. This neighborhood features beautiful homes right near Antrim Lake and is only about a 15-minute drive away from Downtown. Visit the Godown Road Park with your leashed dog to walk its trails or have a picnic lunch. Your pup will go mutts for the off-leash exercise area within the park, which has over four acres of space to run and play and separate areas for small and large dogs! Owners will appreciate the doggie rinsing station available to clean off furry friends before getting back in the car. 

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    Population Density 3,477/sq mi

    #3 Olentangy Hills

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    In less than 20 minutes, you can make your way to Worthington, Ohio’s Olentangy Hills neighborhood for some fun and eats with your furry friend. This neighborhood is only minutes from Downtown Columbus, but offers a charming, relaxing atmosphere near the city.  The Worthington Farmer’s Market is a local hit, and leashed pups are welcome to walk with you to pick out fresh produce and homemade food items. You can also sit at an outdoor table at one of a few dog-friendly restaurants, like Piada Italian Street Food, which serves up casual Italian sandwiches, salads, and other yummy make-it-your-way meals.

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    Population Density 2,417/sq mi

    #4 Brooksedge Meadows

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    Brooksedge Meadows is a pupular residential neighborhood in Westerville that’s about 19 miles from New California. The neighborhood is home to Brooksedge Park, a pawtastic place to bring your furry friend for off-leash exercise and socialization with others. The park features a small and large dog area, waste bag stations, agility equipment, and other perks to make your stay fun and convenient. The park is only minutes from the Sharon Woods Metro Park, where leashed dogs are welcome to explore with owners. Enjoy the beautiful views of the lake, have a picnic lunch overlooking the water, or walk the several trails that range from easy to moderate. 

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    Population Density 8,944/sq mi

    #5 Short North

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    About 23 miles away from New California is the Short North neighborhood of Columbus, which is just across the interstate from the city’s Arena District and Downtown. Your leashed dog is welcome at Goodale Park, the oldest Columbus park and a furtastic place to enjoy a local ball game, walk along its trail, or revel in the beautiful flowers throughout the park. You and your pup also have a selection of restaurants that welcome dogs here, like Bakersfield, which offers a variety of tacos, tostadas, unique margaritas and other Mexican favorites with an outdoor patio for you and your furry friend. 

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