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Dog Areas in South Lebanon

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Nearly 4,500 people live in the village of South Lebanon in Union and Hamilton Townships in Warren County, Ohio. South Lebanon was first settled back in 1795. Throughout South Lebanon, there are several miles of bike trails, and the town has a vibrant economic climate with all sorts of career opportunities. There are plenty of tree-lined streets throughout South Lebanon's picturesque communities, and there are shopping centers and other amenities in and around town, too. A section of the Little Miami River runs through South Lebanon, and walking along this 111-mile river is a wonderful dog-friendly activity in the city.

The Little Miami Scenic Trail stretches for more than 78 miles in Ohio, and it goes through Warren, Clark, Clermont, Greene, and Hamilton counties. This trail is one of 1,600 trails across the United States that were created from formerly abandoned railway lines. During your trek along the Little Miami Scenic Trail, you and your pooch will come across beautiful bridges, charming small towns, creeks and streams, parks, and several places to stop for a bite to eat or a cold drink. Your dog will have to remain on a leash on the Little Miami Scenic Trail, but there are lots of off-leash activities near South Lebanon, too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in South Lebanon

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    Population Density 2,087/sq mi

    #1 Bigfoot Run

    In only five minutes, you and your dog can drive to northeastern Hamilton Township and arrive at the Bigfoot Run Dog Park. This off-leash park has a great reputation for being frequented by lots of friendly dogs and pet parents, and there's plenty of green grass for your dog to run around on. There are separate enclosures for big and small dogs so your pet will meet friends similar in size. Seating areas are provided in the park so tired pet owners can relax. You'll find a supply of doggy bags at the Bigfoot Run Dog Park, but you'll need to bring your own water.
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    Population Density 315/sq mi

    #2 Southwest Lebanon

    The southwestern corner of Lebanon, Ohio is only three miles from South Lebanon, and in this area, you and your four-legged companion can access the Lebanon Countryside YMCA Trail. This is another of the country's 1,600 rail trails that make for a prime dog-walking location, and this particular trail is more than eight miles long. The Lebanon Countryside YMCA Trail has an asphalt surface that is also ideal for inline skating, cycling, jogging, and cross-country skiing in the winter. Be sure to keep your dog on a leash on this trail, and the two of you will get to experience everything from urban downtown areas to suburban neighborhoods on your journey.
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    Population Density 1,202/sq mi

    #3 Southeast Centerville

    In less than half an hour, you and Sparky can drive to southern Centerville, Ohio from South Lebanon, and you'll show up to the Oak Grove Park. This county park is a 102-acre space with sports courts and fields, playgrounds, fitness trails, an archery range, and so much more. There's also an off-leash dog park, and the Oak Grove Dog Park has a one-acre space for dogs who weigh more than 35 pounds, as well as a one-acre space for smaller dogs. In addition to double-gated entryways, this park also has fresh drinking water, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies. On the first Monday of every month, the dog park is closed for maintenance.
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    Population Density 201/sq mi

    #4 East Cincinnati

    Another one of Cincinnati's pawsome dog parks can be found on the far eastern edge of town, and it's about a half an hour drive from South Lebanon. The Wagspark Dog Park is a three-acre off-leash space that requires a purchasing a membership and having your dog pass a temperament test before you visit. Reservations are required during certain times of the year to prevent the park from getting too busy and to make sure it's a safe place for dogs and owners. Within the dog park, there's a pond where dogs can swim, fresh drinking water, doggy playgrounds, agility courses, and several fun canine-themed events throughout the year.
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    Population Density 1,197/sq mi

    #5 South Mason

    Mason is a city in Ohio with a population of more than 30,000 people, and the southern tip of town is only a 15-minute drive from South Lebanon. This is where you and your dog will find Schappacher Park. This ten-acre park has picnic areas, play structures, a stream, and a 20,000 square foot off-leash dog park. The Schappacher Dog Park has a wood chip surface to make it easier to clean up after your pet, and dogs of all sizes share the same space in this park. There are covered seating areas in the park, as well as fresh drinking water, and waste disposal stations.
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