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Dog Areas in New Holland

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New Holland is a small village that's about 37 miles southwest of Columbus. This community provides access to some pet-friendly parks and trails that are in the surrounding areas. When Fido needs professional care, you'll find three veterinary clinics in Washington Court House, about ten miles west of here.

Plan a visit with your fur baby to Hopewell Culture National Historical Park outside Chillicothe. Check out the earthworks sites and the mound city group in the facility and hike the trails. The National Park Service allows you to bring your pups if they're on a lead up to six feet long.

For an overnight with Fido, head south about 15 miles to Lake Hill Campground outside Frankfort. The 57-acre property has tent and RV sites that allow leashed dogs. Go fishing in the lake or hiking in the woods with your special pal. Be courteous and clean up any messes.

About 16 miles east of town, there's a pawtastic county park with a two-mile trail. Head to Canal Park outside of Circleville and enjoy the area's natural beauty. Hike along the old Ohio to Erie Canal and the Scioto River. Keep Fido on a cord or lead while here.

New Holland is in a region that offers some pet-friendly recreational opportunities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Holland

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    Population Density 3,918/sq mi

    #1 Downtown

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    The downtown neighborhood of Washington Court House is about ten miles west of New Holland. This part of the city includes a central commercial district that's surrounded by residential areas. A fun place to get outside with your special pal is Eyman Park on Millikan Avenue. Here, you'll find some open space, a few ball fields, athletic courts, and an old locomotive. Follow the paved pathway by Paint Creek with your four-footed pal to get your exercise. You can also play ball in the field together. Make sure Spot stays on a lead and under your control. Remember to scoop any waste.
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    Population Density 6,275/sq mi

    #2 Northwest Washington Court House

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    Just over ten miles west of New Holland, you'll find Northwest Washington Court House. This neighborhood includes an industrial site, apartment buildings, and single-family homes. Many of the roads here have sidewalks to take a stroll with Fido.  There's a furrific spot to enjoy a picnic with your fur-baby in the area. Head to Washington Park on Eyman Park Drive. Work up an appetite by taking the paved pathway around the lake, then share a meal at one of the tables. Have your canine companion on a cord or lead in the facility. Bring baggies to collect your dog's droppings.
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    Population Density 3,918/sq mi

    #3 Storybrook

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    The Storybrook neighborhood of Washington Court House is about 9.3 miles west of New Holland. This residential development includes a church, an assisted living facility, and single-family homes. The sidewalks here offer a safe place to walk with your pooch. Just outside of town, off Robinson Road, you'll find a parking lot for the Tri-County Triangle Trail. The multi-use trail connects Washington Court House and Chillicothe, and it is about 35 miles long. Wander through farmland areas and the woods that are along the Scioto River and Paint Creek. You can bring Spot with you on a lead when you use this paved pathway.
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    Population Density 532/sq mi

    #4 Leesburg Ave

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    On the south side of Washington Court House, you'll find the Leesburg Avenue neighborhood. There are single-family homes, apartment complexes, an elementary school, and an athletic field complex in this community. You'll find a furrific facility off South Elm Street that's on both sides of Paint Creek. Take your canine pal to Christman Park for a day of fun. This facility includes picnic areas, a playground, athletic fields, open space, and a fenced dog run. Walk by the creek or let your special pal romp with other canines here. Make sure Fido stays on a lead unless they're in the fenced area.
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    Population Density 28/sq mi

    #5 Deer Creek State Park

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    Deer Creek State Park is about nine miles north of New Holland. This facility has farmland and a few private residences around the perimeter. As a popular vacation area, you'll find a resort lodge, campsites, and cottages. For your recreation, you can go fishing and boating in the Deer Creek Reservoir, hiking on the area trails, or picnicking here with your four-footed friend. Enjoy exploring the fields and woodland areas here with your canine companion. Observe the wildlife and meadow flowers as you roam through the property. Dogs on a lead can join you in the campgrounds and other designated parts of the park.
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