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Dog Areas in Oxford, OH

8 Parks
4 Eateries
4 Groomers
Oxford is a college town in Butler County, Ohio. Home to Miami University, this town was rated the "best college town" in the United States by Forbes. Besides a lively atmosphere, the town is filled with parks and adventures that your pup will love exploring with you. Home to two veterinarians, your dog will be in great health while in Oxford.

Edot Park is a lovely park to visit with your dog by your side. This park has tons of amenities that Fido will love, including a playground, swings, and covered picnic area. Play fetch on their open grass area, or take a walk around the park on the paved walking path.

Stop into Chipotle Mexican Grill and grab a bite to eat together. This pawsome restaurant allows you to customize your burritos, tacos, and salads that your pup will be drooling to get a taste of. Their outdoor patio welcomes your four legged friend to join your for a delicious meal together.

If you need a place to stay, check into the Butler Inn. They welcomes your furry pal to get a good night sleep with you by his side before you head out onto your next adventure together.

Your pup will love hanging out in Oxford with you and checking out all the pawsome adventures you can do.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Oxford, OH

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    Population Density 825/sq mi

    #1 Oxford

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    The Oxford Community Park is a pawsome park to hang out at with your pup. The park features a baseball and softball field, soccer field, and basketball courts. There are numerous game courts, like shuffle board and horseshoes, plus a gazebo and picnic area. This 113-acre park also features a great walking path and nature area that you and Fido can use to get a good walk in. Make sure to keep your pup on a leash while you are visiting and don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags along with you to the park.
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    Population Density 6,898/sq mi

    #2 Mile Square

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    The Oxford Memorial Park is a fun park to bring your dog to for a great afternoon out. Your dog will love all the amenities that the park offers, including the picnic table, outdoor amphitheater, and benches for relaxing. There is a great walking path around the park for a puptastic walk. After a fun day out at the park, head over to Starbucks to grab a drink or bite to eat. They offer salads, breakfast items, and an array of coffee drinks. Enjoy your meal on their dog friendly patio where Fido can get his own puppiccino.
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    Population Density 13,085/sq mi

    #3 S College Ave/ W Walnut Street

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    While exploring Oxford, there are two great restaurants the two of you can can head into for a bite to eat. Fiesta Charra is a Mexican restaurant that offers tacos, burritos, and fajitas. They are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so you and Fido can stop in whenever you like. Graeter's Ice Cream is a small-batch ice cream shop that serves French pot-style ice cream. They have an array of flavors like toffee chocolate chip or peach. Both of these delcious restaraunts offer dog friendly patios where you pup can sit alongside you while you enjoy delicious food.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 888/sq mi

    #4 College Corner

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    The Hueston Woods State Park is a dogtastic park to check out with your pup. With 3,000-acres to explore, your dog will love visiting this park with you by his side. The park includes fishing, hiking, boating, and camping that you both can enjoy together. Take advantage of the hiking trails that go throughout this huge park, and get a good walk in while you are out. Keep your pup on a leash and pay attention to signs, because there are some areas that your dog isn't allowed in. Don't forget to bring water along as well.
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    Population Density 9,573/sq mi

    #5 Miami University

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    Right down the road from Miami University, in the neighorhood of the same name, is the Leonard G. Howell Park. This beautiful park offers two small ponds and a wide open space for fetch. There is a lovely walking trail throughout the park that goes between the ponds. Along the path, there are benches where you can sit down and relax. The park is covered in trees to help provide shade. Keep your dog on a leash while you are visiting this pawsome park together, and don't forget to bring your clean-up bags.
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