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Dog Areas in Springboro

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Often ranked as one of the best suburbs in all of the country, Springboro, Ohio, is a wonderful place to call home! Nearly 20,000 people live in Springboro, which is a suburb of Cincinnati and Dayton. Springboro was settled in 1796, but it underwent a major population boom in the 1960s, and since then, the area has continued to grow and develop. There are nine public parks in Springboro, as well as a selection of private parks and golf courses. You can walk the tree-lined streets of Springboro with your dog and get to know the city, and if an off-leash park is what you're looking for, Springboro has one of those too!

Located on Lower Springboro Road, Hazel Roads Park is the newest park in the city, and it sits on more than 108 acres. In addition to sports fields, concession stands, picnic facilities, and playgrounds, Hazel Roads has a dog park, too! This 2.5-acre dog park includes a big dog section, a small dog section, and a third area that's designated as a rest area that can be opened up when the grass in other sections needs a break. The dog park also includes shade structures, seating, and doggy water fountains! There are paw-lenty of other dog parks around Springboro that you'll love visiting with your pup, and they're only minutes away!

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    Population Density 1,746/sq mi

    #1 North Dayton

    A 20-mile drive north of Springboro will get you to northern Dayton, Ohio, and the Montgomery County Bark Park. This dog park sits on more than six acres of land, and it includes a general area, as well as a separate, fenced-in agility course. The eco-friendly agility course is made of recycled material, and pets love showing off their skills on the colorful playground. There's also a paved walking trail through the park, drinking water, seating and waste disposal supplies. Dogs must be registered and vaccinated to visit this park, so be sure your pup is wearing their tags before you go!
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    Population Density 1,179/sq mi

    #2 Northeast West Chester

    The Wiggly Field Dog Park at Voice of America MetroPark in West Chester Township, Ohio, is about 18 miles south of Springboro. The Voice of America MetroPark is a 435-acre park that includes a 35-acre park, as well as nine miles of trails and several other family-friendly activities. Wiggly Field Dog Park has a big and small dog section, as well as shade, seating, and waste disposal items. Be sure to bring your own drinking water when you visit in case there isn't any there. The park is open from 8 AM to dusk, and your dog can join you on the trails and other areas of the park if they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 2,525/sq mi

    #3 Southeast Centerville

    The Oak Grove Dog Park in southern Centerville, Ohio, is less than a 15-minute drive from Springboro, and it's sure to become a favorite of both yours and your dog's! This large park has a section for big dogs and another just for little dogs, and both areas are one acre. As an added safety measure, there are double-gated entryways at the park, too! There's running water available in the park, as well as waste disposal items and benches. The rest of Oak Grove Park has playgrounds, sports fields, fitness trails, a fishing pond, archery equipment, and several other activities to enjoy with your family.
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    Population Density 133/sq mi

    #4 East Waynesville

    Eastern Waynesville, Ohio is less than a 20-minute drive from Springboro, and this is where you'll find Caesar Creek State Park! This 3,741-acre park has miles of trails to trek, fishing and boating facilities, and other recreational activities. There's a 1,300-foot beach at the park as well, but pets aren't allowed on it. Within the state park, there is a dog training area where your dog is welcome to explore off of their leash. The Caesar Creek State Park Dog Training Area is a pawfect place to work on recall and other dog skills. Surrounded only by the other features of the park, the specific dog training area isn't fenced.
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    Population Density 541/sq mi

    #5 McCook Field

    The Deeds Point Dog Park in central Dayton is about a 20-minute north of Springboro, in the McCook Field neighborhood. This dog park is simple, but it has everything you and your dog need to have a great time! The large area isn't divided into sections for big and small dogs. Instead, dogs of all sizes can interact in the same space. You'll find drinking water and bowls in the park, as well as waste disposal items, seating, and shade. In the summer, there are plastic pools set up where dogs can cool off from the hot sun. Deeds Point Dog Park has a friendly group of regulars who welcome newcomers with open paws!
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