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Dog Areas in Spring Valley, OH

4 Parks

The city of Spring Valley, Ohio has lots to offer its furry residents and visitors! This beautiful town has four parks that welcome dogs, and if you want to go on a fun day trip with your pup, Dayton is just 20 miles away. While there are no veterinary clinics in Spring Valley, there are many good options in its neighboring towns of Xenia and Bellbrook.

If you want to spend the day in the park with your pup, Cox Arboretum MetroPark is perfect for you. This park is 14.5 miles from Spring Valley, and it welcomes dogs on-leash. While you’re here, you and your dog can walk on the park’s 2.5 miles of unpaved woodland trails. Or, you can go for a stroll on the park’s mile-long paved trail through a cultivated garden. Bring water and doggy bags, and have a pawesome time at this park!

Sugar Creek MetroPark is another beautiful place to go for an on-leash hike with your dog. Located six miles from Spring Valley, this park has five trails to explore. If you want to go on a short trek through a lovely prairie, try the 0.7-mile Yellow Trail. Or, if you’d like to go on a longer hike through the woods and along Sugar Creek, hop on the 3.1-mile Green Trail. You and your dog will always have a fun time here and at the many other dog-friendly attractions in and around Spring Valley!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Spring Valley, OH

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    Population Density 75/sq mi

    #1 Elm Street


    This residential Spring Valley neighborhood is home to two pawesome parks that welcome dogs on-leash. For great views of the Little Miami River, head to Constitution Park. While you’re here, you and your dog can go for a short stroll through the park’s riverside field, and you can also sit on one of the park’s benches and enjoy views of the river. If you want to go on a picnic with your pup, head over to Walton Park, which is right next to Constitution Park. This park has a lovely picnic pavilion where you and your dog can enjoy a tasty al fresco meal. Your pup will love spending time in these two parks!

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,712/sq mi

    #2 Deer Creek


    If you’re looking for a fun place for your dog to play off-leash, Scout Burnell-Garbrecht Dog Park is perfect for you. This two-acre park is located 8.5 miles from Spring Valley, and it has separate large and small dog areas. If your dog gets thirsty while they’re running around, water is available in the park. Bring a tennis ball or two, and have a good time playing with your dog here! If you want to get something to eat after the park, check out Xenia China Inn. Sit at one of their three dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy delicious and authentic Korean and Chinese fare.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,601/sq mi

    #3 Caesar Creek State Park


    Caesar Creek State Park is a great place to spend the day with your dog! Located 11 miles from Spring Valley, this park has an unfenced off-leash dog training area in the northern section of the park. After you’re finished here, you can put your dog’s leash back on and take them for a walk on some of the park’s beautiful trails. If you want to go on a long trek through the woods, try the 7.2-mile Visitor Center Trail. Or, if you want to go on a shorter stroll, try the two-mile Rosebriar Trail. Bring water and doggy bags with you, and enjoy everything this puptastic park has to offer!

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 633/sq mi

    #4 McCook Field


    Located 23.5 miles from Spring Valley, McCook Field is a mixed residential and commercial neighborhood with lots to offer its furry residents and visitors. The neighborhood is home to one off-leash area, Deeds Point Dog Park. This dog park has one fenced area where pups can run, play, and make new friends in. If your dog gets thirsty, water is available. After the park, continue your fun day out with lunch at Quincy’s Original Fish House. This casual restaurant allows dogs at their three outdoor picnic tables, and they serve a wide variety of delicious freshly caught seafood.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,702/sq mi

    #5 Zimmerman


    If you’re looking for another great place to take your dog for an on-leash hike, head to Creekside Reserve. This 136-acre reserve is 11 miles from Spring Valley, and it’s home to beautiful, mostly flat hiking trails that go along Little Beaver Creek and through wetlands and a floodplain forest. Bring some water for you and your dog, and have a fun time hiking through this reserve. If you want a cool treat after the park, check out Ritter’s Frozen Custard. This ice cream shop allows dogs at their outdoor tables, and they offer a wide variety of unique and classic custard flavors.

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