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Dog Areas in North Olmsted

6 Parks
1 Trail
23 Shops
8 Eateries
5 Groomers

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.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Olmsted

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,184/sq mi

    #1 Timber Trails

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    The neighborhood of Timber Trails is named after the dense forests that take up the area. Some of those woods belong to the Bradley Woods Reservation, which offers over 100 acres of dense woods on top of an old quarry, with a 2-mile trail named Quarry Loop Trail, a lake for fishing, picnic tables, and wildlife viewing. The reservation does not require pups to be on a leash, although you'll have to remember to bring clean-up bags. The Barton-Bradley Recreation Field is a developed park in the neighborhood that offers 4 different multi-use fields, water fountains, a picnic pavilion, restrooms, and a playground. The park is dog-friendly to leashed pups.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,153/sq mi

    #2 Forest Ridge

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    The Forest Ridge neighborhood is in the northwest part of the city, and is comprised of residential homes and thick woods. For those looking for an outdoor adventure or just a peaceful place to walk, head to the Bunns Lake Wildlife Area where you'll find thick woods that surround the nature trails that wind through the area. Dogs do not have to be on a leash inside this area, but don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags. The Bunns Lake Trail and Park are on the south side of the neighborhood, and offer a looping trail that's paved and loops the park, with access to fishing and a boat launch.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,953/sq mi

    #3 Hilliard Boulevard

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    Hilliard Boulevard is a residential neighborhood in the city of Westlake, just 5 miles north of North Olmsted. The popular park of the area is Clague Park, thanks to the large green space that offers open areas, ball fields, tennis courts, a lake, a pavilion, and a picnic shelter. The lake has a boat launch and dock for fishing, and the rest of the park features paved trails that travel throughout, which allows Fido to get a great walking experience when he visits. Additional features of the park include nighttime lights, water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, restrooms, and trash bins.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,611/sq mi

    #4 Central Bay City

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    Central Bay City is in the center of Bay City, on the shore of Lake Erie, and 5.3 miles from North Olmsted. The neighborhood hosts one of the largest parks in the area known as Huntington Reservation, which has over 103 acres of woods, open areas, trails, and recreational areas. The park has baseball and soccer fields, 2.7 miles of dirt and concrete trails, lighted tennis courts, and enclosed basketball courts. Dogs are welcome in and park and go for a walk on the paths, play in the open fields, or run around in the enclosed tennis court as long as no teams are playing. Additional features include water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, trash bins, and nighttime lights.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,387/sq mi

    #5 Weybridge

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    Weybridge is a spacious and natural neighborhood, with lots of open fields and trees in the city of Westlake, 3 miles north of North Olmsted. Some of that open space belongs to the Westlake Park, which has vibrant green grass and surrounding trees for privacy and shade. The area has multiple recreational fields, like soccer and baseball fields, a playground, a pavilion, restrooms, and a looping trail that extends over 1 mile around the park. There are water fountains, clean-up stations, and benches available for leashed pups. The park also connects to a trail that loops the nearby recreational center and although unnamed, it is dog-friendly to leashed pups and has benches and trash bins along it.
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