Dog Walkers in Newark, OH

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Dog Areas in Newark, OH

20 Parks
2 Trails
8 Shops
3 Eateries
9 Groomers

Newark is the second largest city named Newark in the United States, and is located at the junction of the forks of the Licking River, 33 miles from the larger Columbus. The town has lots of history and is home to the single largest earthworks structure in the country. Despite all the historic sites to uphold, the city still maintains many parks and trails, and six animal hospitals to take care of its furry residents.

The Horns Hill Park is a large and rural park in the city, with over 50 acres of thick woods with nature and biking trails. Dogs are welcome in the park and not required to be on a leash, although the park is not fenced-in. Additional features include parking, trash bins, and benches, so don't forget to bring some water and clean-up bags for Fido!

Denman Park is a more developed area, with a looping trail, pavilion, and pond for fishing. The urban area also has open spaces for Fido to run around and play, and has additional features like benches, picnic shelters, restrooms, water fountains, and trash bins. Dogs must remain on a leash while inside this park.

Whether you're looking for a days worth of outdoor activities, or a short walk that will take the afternoon, Newark will provide you and Fido with some of the best options.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Newark, OH

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    Population Density 3,053/sq mi

    #1 East Side Newark

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    The neighborhood of East Side Newark is a quiet one, with views of the river and surrounding plains. Right along the North Fork Licking River is the Everett Field Park, a large park with plenty of open space, paved walkways, a small beach, fishing pier, playground, and pavilion. The park is dog-friendly and has plenty of activities you can do with your pup, from walking and playing in the greens spaces, to swimming or romping on the sandy beach. Dogs must remain on a leash, but have access to water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins. the neighborhood also boasts the T.J. Evans Panhandle Recreational Trail, a 10-mile dog-friendly trail made from asphalt that winds through the neighborhood.
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    Population Density 5,096/sq mi

    #2 North Williams Street

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    The North Williams Street neighborhood is an inner-city community, with shopping districts and businesses. Inside the community is Flory Park, a dog walkers haven featuring a large area along Racoon Creek with access to the creek for swimming and fishing, open areas for running around and playing, and a paved path with a bridge that crosses the creek. Dogs must remain on a leash inside the park, but have access to a pavilion, picnic shelter, water fountains, benches, and trash bins. Arnold Park is a dog-friendly spot right up the street that is completely open, and connected to a small walking path and has additional features like benches and trash bins.
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    Population Density 1,079/sq mi

    #3 Sharon Valley

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    Sharon Valley is a residential neighborhood, featuring homes encircled by thick woods. Right on the edge of the neighborhood is Levin Park, a recreational park with two baseball diamonds and open space encircled by thick forests. This dog-friendly park has paved walkways, two pavilions, picnic shelters, water fountains, and trash bins. Also in the neighborhood is Rotary Park, a more developed park with a single enclosed baseball field, new playground, paved greenway along the creek, restrooms, and open space. Dogs have to be on a leash inside the park, but have access to clean-up stations, water fountains, benches, nighttime lights, and trash bins.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,251/sq mi

    #4 North Newark

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    North Newark is a pretty rural neighborhood, with residential homes and open fields. A favorite park in the neighborhood is Evan's Family Park, a large park with open space that is surrounded by ponds and forests. The park has paved and nature trails that wind throughout, and wooded parts, with a fishing pier, boat launch, and bridge. Dogs are welcome inside the park, and can go anywhere a human can, including a picnic pavilion, beach area, gazebo, and 2 miles worth of trails. Off of Goose Pond Road is an unmarked trail, made from asphalt that forks off into two separate paths, spanning over 2.3 miles altogether. The trail is dog-friendly, but owners must remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 702/sq mi

    #5 Swans

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    The neighborhood of Swans is a southern neighborhood taken up by open fields, the Licking River, and some residential homes. Along Licking River is the Riverview Preserve, a 110-acre area that protects the natural wetlands and woodlands. The preserve is dog-friendly to leashed pups, as long as leashes are shorter than 10 feet. There are over 3 miles of nature and concrete trails, with access points to the river for fishing, swimming and a launch site for canoeing. The park is open from dawn until dusk, and provides additional features like a picnic area, water fountains, trash bins, parking lot lights, benches, and horseback riding trails.
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