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Dog Areas in Pomeroy

Pomeroy is a small village on the Ohio-West Virginia border overlooking Ohio River. The southeastern part of Ohio will welcome you with rural surroundings, quiet villages, and acres of open space to roam and explore. There are not so many touristy or “must-see” places, but you'll find a few recreational areas with hiking opportunities and two veterinary clinics taking care of the local pups.

Forked Run State Park’s leafy vistas and views are one of a few attractions luring visitors to hike Ohio’s gorgeous woodlands between Reedsville and Long Bottom. The park is a perfect place for camping and hiking with family and furry friends, enjoying the historic park’s vast area and fishing opportunities. Big and small hounds are always welcome; however, remember to keep your mutt on their leash no longer than 6 feet, and do not let him swim in the lake!

If you care for a pint and a nice shaded patio where you can enjoy it and relax with your furry buddy, Jackie O’s brewpub in Athens near Ohio University is a perfect example of a pet-friendly pub with a variety of signature beers to accompany a tasty pizza or burger. Ask for a free bowl of water for your buddy, too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pomeroy

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    Population Density 269/sq mi

    #1 Lake Alma Road


    Located at the northern end of Wellston, Lake Alma Road loops within the Lake Alma State Park area, a serene park centered on the lake that's fed by Raccoon Creek. The expansive area of the park is just pawesome for on-leash adventures along the shore and down to the beach. Is there anything better than a dog-friendly beach? Pooches can finally play and chase each other off-leash, dipping their paws in the water and splashing! There are also several campsites where you can stay for a while in the serenity of the woodlands! Or, hit the miles of walking trails and winding paths featuring benches and plenty of shade on the way.

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    Population Density 313/sq mi

    #2 West State Street


    West State Street originates not far from Athens' downtown, pointing the way to Hocking River and looping within the West State Street Park area. There are several eateries and small local businesses on the way to the riverside, but the fun starts when you enter the park! The place consists of several recreational terrains, including an Ohio University golf course, community gardens, and a furrific dog park! Athens Dog Park is the smallest off-leash park in the area, but Fido will still have tons of fun! Popular and loved by the locals, the doggy spot is always filled with local mutts playing off-leash and owners chatting while they watch them play.

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    Population Density 125/sq mi

    #3 East State Street


    East State Street outlines the eastern end of Athens and leads to Strouds Run State Park, a massive woodland area with a lake connected to Wayne National Forest. You'll pawsitively love the overlook of Hocking River here! This state park, however, has something that most state parks don't: a fun off-leash area! You will find East State Street Dog Park on East Park Drive, close to the river. This is a large and impressive pet-friendly spot covered in sand and grass. The park is fenced and has some trees and drinking water fountains, but it can get really muddy when it rains.

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    Population Density 887/sq mi

    #4 North Hills


    North Hills is a neighborhood in Marietta nestled on the banks of Ohio River on the Ohio-West Virginia border. A nice trip from Pomeroy -- no more than 1 hour northeast -- will lead you to an expansive residential area and commercial sector centered along Colegate Drive. But if you want to escape the buzz of the street for a moment at Jackson Hill Dog Park, your pup will thank you! According to the locals, this is the best dog park in the area, with lots of trees, shade, and room to run off-leash! The spot has a fence and some benches, but no drinking water fountains, so grab a bottle before visiting!

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    #5 Hocking Hills


    Hocking Hills State Park, a pawesome scenic park with hiking trails, offers more than 2,300 acres of natural area to roam with Fido! The beauty of nature and the serene environment combined with plenty of outdoor activities and open space to explore will make you and Fido fall head over paws for this park. Climb up to see the waterfalls and cliffs, explore the multiple caves, and enjoy the comfort of some manmade facilities, including camping and picnic areas with benches and tables. Adventurous pooches are always welcome to accompany their parents at any outdoor activity here as long as they stay on-leash and behave! The park is gorgeous, but you'll need to bring your own drinking water.

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