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Dog Areas in North Lima

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If you live in North Lima, you know how many great things there are to do with dogs here! This Ohio town has one dog-friendly park, and it’s just a short drive away from many other pawesome dog-friendly attractions. While there are no veterinary clinics in North Lima itself, there are many good options in nearby Youngstown.

If you’re searching for a fun place to hike with your dog, try Howland Township Park. This pawesome park is 27 miles from North Lima, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. This community park has a beautiful boardwalk trail that goes through wetlands. It also has a paved .9-mile walking path that your dog is sure to love. Bring doggy bags with you, and have a great time hiking here.  

Little Beaver Creek Greenway is another furtastic place to go hiking with your dog. This 12-mile trail stretches from Lisbon to Washingtonville, and the Lisbon trailhead is just 14 miles from North Lima. The trail runs parallel to Little Beaver Creek’s middle fork, providing stunning water views. The trail also passes through lovely forests and wildlife habitats. 

You and your dog will always have a fun time here and in the many other dog-friendly attractions in and near North Lima!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Lima

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    Population Density 197/sq mi

    #1 South Avenue


    This neighborhood is home to North Lima’s one dog-friendly park, Memorial Park. This fun neighborhood park welcomes dogs on-leash. Memorial Park has a large open area where you can run and play with your pup. There’s also a lovely pond you can walk around with your dog. Bring water and doggy bags, and enjoy spending time in this park. If playing in the park makes you hungry, head over to Dairy Queen. Sit at one of their dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy Blizzards, sundaes, burgers, hot dogs, and more. For a special treat, order your dog their own plain patty! 

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    Population Density 3,042/sq mi

    #2 Bradys Run Road


    If you’re looking for a good place to let your pup play off-leash, check out Brady's Run Dog Park. Located 24 miles from North Lima, this dog park has separate areas for large and small dogs to play in. Both areas include big, grassy fields where your pup can run and play as much as they’d like. On hot days, your dog can also splash around in the park’s stream. If your dog gets thirsty, water is available. After the dog park, continue your fun day out with lunch at The Boardwalk. This pizzeria has four dog-friendly outdoor tables, and they serve thin-crust Sicilian-style pizzas, calzones, and hot and cold sandwiches.

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    Population Density 1,624/sq mi

    #3 Kirk Road


    This Canfield neighborhood is home to another great off-leash area, Austintown Dog Park. This dog park is about 13 miles from North Lima, and it has two separate areas: a half-acre area for large dogs and a quarter-acre area for small dogs. The large dog area has six pieces of agility equipment for your dog to play on, and both areas have open fields with plenty of space for your dog to run. Bring water for your pup, and have a fun time playing here. If you want to go for lunch after playing at the dog park, check out The Phoenix Fire Grill and Bar. This grill has six dog-friendly outdoor tables and serves classic American pub fare, including burgers, wings, and fire-grilled pizza.

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    Population Density 1,565/sq mi

    #4 Schenley


    Looking for a good place to take your dog for an on-leash walk? Head over to the huge 4,500-acre Mill Creek Park, which is 11 miles from North Lima. Here, you and your dog can go for walks on the park’s numerous hiking trails. These picturesque trails will take you through forests and meadows that are full of wildflowers in spring. There are also trails that pass by stunning rivers and lakes. Plus, Mill Creek Park is also home to an amazing waterfall, Lanterman’s Falls. Bring some water and doggy bags, and enjoy everything this park has to offer.

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    Population Density 1,476/sq mi

    #5 Mosquito Lake State Park


    If you’re looking for another furrific off-leash area for your pup, check out Cooperation Station Dog Park at Mosquito Lake State Park. This dog park is 31 miles from North Lima, and it has separate areas for large and small dogs. Both areas are fenced and feature wooded areas for your pup to run around in. Your dog can also go swimming in Mosquito Lake, which is right next to the dog park. While your dog plays, you can watch from one of the park’s shady benches. If your dog gets thirsty while they’re playing, water is available for them. Your dog will love playing in this park!

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