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Dog Areas in Springfield, OH

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Between Beaver Creek, Buck Creek, and Mad River lies the town of Springfield, Ohio, which was incorporated in 1850 and fills the important "chair" of county seat of Clark County. The city is home to the 80-mile Little Miami Scenic Trail and was the featured city in the article titled “The American Dream” in 1983 Newsweek. Springfield dog lovers agree and with over 13,000 dogs, there is always something fun to do with Fido when you visit.

Dog parks are plentiful in Springfield, and you can be sure to find one or two that your furbaby will love. Wiggley Field, in Old Reid Park on Pumphouse Road, is a great place that has water fountains, toys, play equipment, benches, a lake, streams, and dog waste bags.

Godown Park on Godown Road has five and a half acres of fenced fun! It is double-gated for safety, has separate big and small dog areas, hoops and tunnels, water fountains, a pavilion, restrooms, benches, and a dog washing area. The park also provides dog waste bags and has plenty of trash cans.

Spindler Park on Spindler Road has more than just a great dog park; it has an excellent hiking and biking trail too. Spindler is fully fenced-in with fountains, lots of hills, and even a pond. Your pooch may get a bit muddy so bring a towel or two.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Springfield, OH

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    Population Density 4,032/sq mi

    #1 National Rd/ Old Columbus Rd


    Looking for a new spot to take your four legged companion? Head over to Old Reid Park in the National Road and Old Columbus Road neighborhood. With 60 acres of green space, this park has more than enough space for your pup to explore. If he needs a rest, relax near one of the ponds or on the shore of Buck Creek. This Park also serves as the north trailhead for the Buck Creek Scenic Trail, a beautiful wooded 9 mile stretch of trail.  If your dog needs some time off leash, head over to Wiggley Dog Park. It has separate large and small dog areas and water fountain. Your pup is sure to have a woofin’ good time!

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    Population Density 3,811/sq mi

    #2 City Center

    Tell your pup she’s headed to Central Bark Dog Park and watch her tail go crazy!  Located in the City Center, this off leash dog park has nearly three acres of space for your furry friend to discover.  She can meet new friends, chase a ball, or just sniff around. No matter what, she’ll have a pupperific time! Small dogs and larges dogs each have their own play areas, so everyone can enjoy the park at their own pace. For a nice leashed walk, head over to Snyder Park. Wander through meadows and gardens or stop and enjoy a picnic. Don’t forget to bring some water (and a treat) for your canine companion.
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    Population Density 3,068/sq mi

    #3 Yellow Springs St/ State St

    If you’re just passing through Springfield and need a pet friendly place to crash for the night, head over to the Yellow Springs Street and State Street neighborhood. This area has a few pawsome options. Motel 6 Springfield welcomes four legged guests. Cozy up for the night and get let your pooch get some much deserved shut eye. USA Inn and Suites Springfield also opens their doors to furry patrons. Be sure to stop by the continental breakfast and fuel up before heading out the next day. Red Roof Inn is another option. You’ll rest easy knowing your pup has a comfy place to lay his head.
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    Population Density 2,781/sq mi

    #4 Whittenberg U/ Plum St


    If your pup needs some fresh air, pay a visit to Cliff Park. This park is located in the Whittenberg U and Plum Street neighborhood. Your furry pal can stretch her four legs while enjoying some riverfront scenery. Stop on the banks and let her dip her paws into the cool creek water. Or hop on the Buck Creek Trail and clock some mileage. Veteran’s Amphitheater sits in the middle of the park and is home to the annual Springfield Summer Arts Festival and other musical performances.  If she’s lucky, your furry friend can catch some tunes while out for her evening walk.

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    Population Density 2,822/sq mi

    #5 Bechtle Ave/ 1st St

    When your dog gets a hankering for something sweet, the folks at Bone-a Fido Bakery can help. Located in the Bechtle Avenue and 1st Street neighborhood, this one of a kind barkery serves up fresh healthy treats that will leave your dog begging for more. Treat your furry pal to a banana and cream cheese Bone-a-Fido Cake or Pup-cake.  Or spoil him with a bag of the Peanut Bones or Yam Bones. Since dogs are welcome to shop at the bakery, let your pup’s nose make the final decision.
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