North Olmstead is a lovely town that rests 5 miles south of Lake Erie in Ohio, backed by old farmland and thick woods to the south. This city has one of the oldest public transit systems in the country that still runs today. Although pups aren't allowed on the buses, the city has lots of trails and sidewalks that are dog-friendly, and 5 animal hospitals to keep them healthy.
The town has a beautiful reservation to offer to its residents, known as the Rocky River Reservation which stretches over 21,500 acres of protected land along the river. Multiple picnic spots and trails exist along the river, offering wildlife viewing and picnic opportunities. With 2 miles of natural trails within the city's limits in the reservation that are dog-friendly, your pup will love romping in this natural area. Other amenities here include water fountains, benches, trash bins, and clean-up stations.
The North Olmsted Community Park is another dog-friendly park in the city, with a large narrow area with open fields and woods. The park has multiple recreational fields, including 6 baseball fields, enclosed basketball courts, a private nature trail, two playgrounds, and restrooms. You and your pup will love the area thanks to its openness and will have access to water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.
North Olmsted has kept its charm over the years and continues to grow, making room for the new humans and four-legged residents that come to the city.