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Dog Areas in Rootstown

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The city of Rootstown is about 16 miles east of Akron. This small community has an area park and is near several other recreational facilities. If you need professional care for your furry friend, you'll find a veterinary hospital on the northern side of town.

There's a pawesome park with trails and camp facilities about 11.3 miles south of the village. Take your special pal to Quail Hollow Park on Congress Lake Avenue. Wander through more than 700 acres of forest, marshes, and meadows. Keep Fido on a leash during your visit here.

Treat your four-footed friend to a unique experience at Brimfield K9 Memorial Dog Park in Kent. This facility has fenced areas for large and small dogs. There are waste receptacles, benches, and agility equipment here. Let Spot play with other pups, then put on the leash and walk through the fields that surround the dog run.

Bring the whole family camping at Cherokee Park Family Campground. Enjoy your time fishing or exploring the 50-acre property with your pooch. RV hookups are available. This campsite is pet-friendly. Make sure you pick up all waste.

As a far eastern suburb of Akron, Rootstown offers access to a range of outdoor opportunities for dogs and their owners.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rootstown

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    Population Density 310/sq mi

    #1 Rootstown

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    Rootstown township is a small university town that has some single-family homes, a medical campus, the area high school, and a cemetery. Up in the north end of the community, you'll find an antique mall where you can search for forgotten treasures. Head to Rootstown Community Park for some exercise with your canine pal. There are nature trails, a playground, a stocked lake, and picnic areas in the 36-acre facility. Circle the lake or play in the grass with your four-footed friend. Remember to control your pup with a leash and immediately pick up after him while you're visiting here.
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    Population Density 1,572/sq mi

    #2 Havre’s Woods

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    Five miles north of Rootstown, in Ravenna, you'll find the Havre's Woods neighborhood. This community is primarily residential, but it also has a small commercial area. You and Spot can stroll along the sidewalks here. A furrific place for you and your fur baby to go for exercise and fresh air is Havre's Woods Park on New Milford Road. There are athletic fields, nature trails, a playground, and a picnic area in this public property. Catch a game or roam through the woods with your special pal. Make sure Spot is under control with a leash. Bring bags with you to clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 1,998/sq mi

    #3 W Main

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    The West Main Street neighborhood in Ravenna is about 4.4 miles north of Rootstown. There are streets with houses, a middle school, and some businesses in this area. Take time to walk by homes in the historic district here. Just north of Main Street, you'll find the Ravenna City Park. This facility has athletic fields, a playground, open space, and picnic areas. Play frisbee in the grass with Spot, then share an outdoor meal together. Your furry pal must be under the control of a leash when you visit a public property. Remember to clean up any droppings and to dispose of them.
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    Population Density 1,491/sq mi

    #4 Brady Lake

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    The small community of Brady Lake is about 6.6 miles northwest of Rootstown. This lakeside area has single-family homes and a village hall. Take the family to Spins Bowl for some fun and games. Just north of town, you'll find an outdoor paradise where you and Fido can go exploring together. Towners Woods has 234 acres of woodland, wetlands, and meadows. You'll find natural surface trails here that vary in difficulty and length, making it the pawfect place to hike with your canine pal. Remember to stay on the trails and keep your fur-baby on a tether. Immediately pick up any droppings left by your pup.
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    Population Density 126/sq mi

    #5 West Branch State Park

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    West Branch State Park on Michael J. Kirwan Lake is about 6.8 miles northeast of Rootstown. This expansive property includes a 2,650-acre lake and 5,379 acres of woods, wetlands, and meadows. Here, you can go camping, fishing, or hunting with your four-footed friend. There are picnic areas and over 14 miles of hiking trails in the facility. Have a pawtastic outdoor vacation with Spot in this park. Bring your tent or RV to spend a night or longer by the water. Dogs that are on a tether can join you in the campgrounds and other designated areas. Remember to clean up any droppings.
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