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Dog Areas in Rossford

3 Parks
1 Shop
2 Eateries
1 Groomer

When you’re in Rossford, you and your dog will always be able to find fun things to do together! This Ohio town has three parks that welcome pups, dog-friendly restaurants, and one veterinary clinic to keep your pup happy and healthy.

Looking for a pawesome place to take your dog for an on-leash walk? Check out the International Park Rotary Trail! This trail is located in Toledo, which is four miles from Rossford. As you go along this 2.36-mile paved trail, you’ll pass by the scenic Maumee River, and you’ll also walk through a lovely wooded area. Bring doggy bags and water, and have a good time hiking this trail with your dog!

Oak Openings Metropark is another great place to take your dog for an on-leash hike. Located 20 miles from Rossford, this park has over 50 miles of trails to explore. If you’d like to walk on a paved trail, try the 5.3-mile Oak Openings All Purpose Trail. This trail takes you through the woods and past two lakes. If you’d rather trek on a natural trail, check out the 2.9-mile Fern and Lakes Trail. As you hike on this loop trail, you’ll pass beautiful Mallard Lake and Beaver Lake. You and your dog will always have fun at this park and the many other dog-friendly attractions in and around Rossford!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rossford

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    Population Density 1,469/sq mi

    #1 Cove Lane


    If you’re looking for a furrific place to take your dog for an on-leash walk in Rossford, head to Island View Park. This park has a 1.1-mile walking trail that you can trek with your dog. This trail goes in a loop around the park, and it goes through the forest and by the scenic Maumee River so you can enjoy pawlenty of beautiful views. There are also benches along the trail where you can relax if it feels like your pup has been walking you! Bring doggy bags and water for your pup, and have a grrreat day out at this community park!

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    Population Density 2,470/sq mi

    #2 Southside


    Southside is home to Middlegrounds Metropark Off-Leash Area, a great off-leash dog run for your pup. Located four miles from Rossford, this park includes separate areas for large and small dogs to play in. Both areas are fully fenced, and a water fountain is available right outside the dog park. Your dog will love playing and making new friends here! If you want to get a bite to eat after the park, head to Ye Olde Durty Bird. Dogs are welcome to join you at this gastropub’s outdoor tables, and your server will bring your dog a bowl of water. While your dog enjoys their water, you can dine on grilled chicken sandwiches, burgers, wings, and more. 

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    Population Density 2,543/sq mi

    #3 Glendale-Heatherdowns East


    If you’re looking for another fun place to hike with your dog, head to Glendale-Heatherdowns and check out Swan Creek Metropark. This park is about eight miles from Rossford, and it has five trails to explore. If you’d like to go on a scenic trek through the woods, hop on the 1.72-mile Big Woods Trail. Or, if you’d like to walk through a beautiful meadow, try the 1.3-mile Meadow Trail. This trail is also a great place to see butterflies. If you’re hungry after your walk, Swan Creek Metropark has four scenic picnic pavilions. You and your dog will both have a good time in this park!

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    Population Density 1,443/sq mi

    #4 Historic Maumee


    Historic Maumee is home to Side Cut Metropark, another beautiful place to take your dog for an on-leash stroll. Located seven miles from Rossford, this park has four trails to hike on with your dog. The longest trail in this park is the 3.9-mile Fallen Timbers Trail. This trail takes you on a loop around the whole park, and it provides beautiful views of the Fallen Timbers Rapids. If you’d rather go on a shorter hike, try the 1.3-mile Riverview Trail or the 0.9-mile Wood Truck Trail. Both of these trails offer stunning water views. If all that hiking makes you hungry, you'll find a chain restaurant with pet-friendly outdoor seating where you can grab a quick bite.

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    Population Density 1,045/sq mi

    #5 Meadowvale


    When you’re Meadowvale, you won’t want to miss Wood County Dog Park. This dog park is 20 miles from Rossford, and it has three separate enclosures: one for large dogs, one for small dogs, and one that has an agility course with a ramp, tunnel, and hurdles. If your dog gets thirsty, water is available. To use this pawesome dog park, you’ll have to fill out a membership application and bring it to the dog park. Once you’re approved, you’ll be able to use the dog park anytime you’d like! Your pup will pawsitively love running and playing in this fun-filled park.

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