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Dog Areas in Plain City

5 Parks
2 Eateries
4 Groomers
Plain City is a small village in the counties of both Madison and Union that sits along the Big Darby Creek. The village used to be inhabited by the Mingo and Wyandot Native American tribes, and today it is a great place to hang out with your furry pal. With three veterinarians in town, your dog will be feeling great when he is hanging around Plain City.

Take your pup out to McKitrick Park for a great afternoon. The park sits along the Three Mile Creek, and offers fishing and a great area to walk around and enjoy nature together. There is tons of open grass space for Fido to play fetch, or just take a walk along the dirt path next to the river.

Grab a bite to eat at Lee's Sports and Spirits. This casual bar and eatery offers an array of delicious bar food that your pup will be drooling over. They are open for dinner time, or for a late night drink, and their outdoor patio is the perfect spot to hang out with your furry pal.

After hanging out at the amazing parks and restaurants this puptown offers, your pup will love speing time with you in Plain City.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Plain City

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 888/sq mi

    #1 Pastime Street/ Club Street

    Pastime Park is a spacious park to hang out at with your four legged friend by your side. The park offers RV and tent camping, plus there is an aquatic center and disc golf course. Take advantage of the walking path that goes throughout the park for a puptastic walk with your furry pal. Your dog will love the open grass space that the park offers that you can use it for fetch or a nice picnic together. Keep your dog on a leash while, visiting and don't forget to bring your clean-up bags with you.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,572/sq mi

    #2 Jefferson Ave/ West Ave

    The Der Dutchman Park is a great area to let your furry pal run around and enjoy his day out. The park has a playground and open grass area that your pup can play on. There is a fence around the park, but make sure to keep your pup on a leash while you are there. After a fun day out, grab a bite to eat at Der Dutchman, an Amish-style kitchen that offers a variety of tasty food. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner for you and your pup on their outdoor, dog friendly patio.  
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 63/sq mi

    #3 Arnold

    The Jerome Township Park is a large, beautiful spot that your dog will love visiting. Inside of the park is a pond that your pup can splash around in, plus there are plenty of trees to help provide shade. Other amenities include a playground and a picnic area for you to enjoy. There is open space for fetch, and a nice walking trail that you and your dog can take a good walk on together. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash while visiting, and don't forget clean-up bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,921/sq mi

    #4 Hyland-Croy Road

    Take your pup out to the Glacier Ridge Metro Park and enjoy an afternoon out together. The park offers a marshy wetland park with bird watching, a boardwalk, and a viewing tower you can enjoy. There are trails that go throughout the park that you and Fido can explore while getting a good walk in. With 1,037-acres, your dog will love hanging out at this park. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash while you are visiting this park, and don't forget to bring along your clean-up bags and water.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 107/sq mi

    #5 Hayden Run

    If Fido is looking for a good hike, check out the Heritage Trail. This paved 7-mile trail is the perfect place to hike if you're a first time hiker, or looking for a good day of exercise. The trail even leads you to an off-leash dog park where your dog will have 4-acres to run around and meet new friends at the park. The dog parks offers two areas for large and small dogs to play in, so everyone plays with a pup their own size. Located in Hillard, and only six miles out of Plain City, your dog will love checking this area out with you.
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