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Dog Areas in Perry, OH

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The village of Perry in Lake County, Ohio is home to more than 1,600 people. Perry prides itself on maintaining its small-town charm while providing its citizens with the services and amenities they would get in a bigger city. While Perry has plenty to offer its citizens within the town limits, it's also close to several other bigger cities and towns. Most of Ohio is known for its great parks and recreational facilities, and Perry and the surrounding area is no exception. There are a variety of dog-friendly activities in and around Perry, so if you're hoping to get to know the area, there's no reason your dog can't come along too!

Sammy K's Steakhouse is a dog-friendly restaurant on North Ridge Road in northern Perry. Their outdoor patio is open whenever the weather is nice, and that's where your dog is welcome to hang out with you while you dine. In addition to steak, Sammy K's Steakhouse serves dishes like soups, chicken, fish, burgers, and pizza. If the weather isn't cooperating, you can also opt for carryout service at Sammy K's. Once your appetite is satisfied, you and your four-legged best friend can make the short drive to one of several nearby off-leash parks. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Perry, OH

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    Population Density 434/sq mi

    #1 Center Tyler Industrial Park

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    In less than 20 minutes, you and your dog can drive to the City of Mentor Dog Park in western-central Mentor, Ohio. This beloved off-leash dog park is open during daylight hours, and it has a section for big dogs, as well as another area just for the little pups. There's also a double-gated entry system so you can leash and unleash your dog safely. Within the park, there are water fountains, waste disposal supplies, picnic tables, and plenty of toys for your pup to play with. When you need shade from the sun or shelter from the rain, you'll also love that Mentor Dog Park has a few pavilions with seating areas.
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    Population Density 2,712/sq mi

    #2 Sunnydale

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    The 18-mile drive to central Eastlake, Ohio will take you just over 20 minutes to complete, and this trip gets you to the Eastlake Dog Park. This off-leash park is part of Woodland Park, and it sits on about 3/4 of an acre. Rather than being separated their weight, dogs of all sizes can interact with one another at Eastlake Dog Park. As an added safety measure, Eastlake Dog Park has a double-gated entry system, benches, a parking lot, and waste disposal supplies. There are often bowls set up throughout the park, but be sure to bring your own drinking water for your dog.
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    Population Density 311/sq mi

    #3 Rocking Horse Farms

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    Kirtland is a city of around 7,000 people in Lake County, Ohio, and the southeastern corner of the town is a half-hour drive from Perry. That's where you'll find an area called Rocking Horse Farms, and just south of that is the Canine Meadow Dog Park. This off-leash park has not one, not two, but three separate areas for your dog to explore. There's a 2.57-acre big dog area, a 1.84-acre swimming area, and a 1.02-acre small dog area. Your dog will have to enter the big dog area to access the swimming area, and the dog park is open from dawn to half an hour after sunset.
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    Population Density 5,255/sq mi

    #4 Noble

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    Euclid is a city in Ohio that's also a suburb of Cleveland, and the town's south-central area is less than a half-hour drive from Perry. That's where you'll find the Euclid Dog Park, an off-leash park that opened in 2013. This spacious dog park has different enclosures for big and small dogs, and there's also seating to keep human visitors comfortable. Both sections have bright red fire hydrants and tunnels for dogs to run through, and there are tennis balls for your pup to chase, too. Euclid Dog Park provides waste disposal supplies, but bring your own drinking water in case the bowls are empty.
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    Population Density 3,862/sq mi

    #5 Monticello Blvd/S Belvoir Blvd

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    The northwestern corner of South Euclid, Ohio is less than 30 miles from Perry. This area is where you'll find Quarry Park North, a great city park with playgrounds, a splash pad, sports fields, and the city's only dog park! The South Euclid Dog Park has plenty of room for all dogs to play, and it doesn't divide dogs into separate sections by their weight. There are water pumps and bowls at the park, as well as seating areas and waste disposal supplies. If your adventurous dog likes to show off for their friends, they can also put their skills to the test on the various pieces of agility equipment in the park.
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