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Dog Areas in Stow, OH

9 Parks
2 Trails
7 Shops
10 Eateries
8 Groomers

Stow, Ohio has all the excellent qualities of being a small town without being too little. With a population of over 30,000, Stow acts as a suburb of the large city of Akron, and because of this, has a lot of unique options for dog-lovers when it comes to outdoor activities. Stow has four veterinarians and a place that landed on the national list of 50 pup-approved parks.

That place is the Bow Wow Beach, a 7.5-acre park surrounding the 3-acre lake. The area is completely fenced in, has spaces for large and small dogs and is entirely open to the lake. Whether playing, running or swimming, your dog will be thrilled to visit this park. You'll even find dog amenities like clean-up stations and dog-sized water fountains.

Whether you're coming back after an eventful day or going out for breakfast first thing, you will need to stop by the Nervous Dog Coffee Bar, a place that does just the opposite and comforts all dogs, by creating a dog-friendly atmosphere inside and outside the shop.

There are even more dog-friendly places, like the Silver Springs Campground and Teresa's Pizza Resturant. With so many dog-loving options to choose from, how can any dog say no to Stow?

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stow, OH

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,248/sq mi

    #1 Darrowville

    The Darrowville neighborhood is in the northeastern corner of Stow.  Silver Springs Park is a large, dog-friendly park that features two separate areas. The first is the off-leash area called Bow Wow Dog Park, while the other encompasses the rest of Silver Springs, where dogs must remain on leashes. The 216-acre park is surrounded by towering trees and has lush, open fields. The sight is calming, to say the least, and even hosts a peaceful 1.6- mile trail through the park and around Heritage Lake. It provides some great one-on-one time with your pooch, away from the hustle and bustle of Bow Wow Park.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,135/sq mi

    #2 Hudson Dr/ Graham Rd


    Lying along the northwestern point of the town, the Hudson Drive and Graham Road neighborhood is quiet and away from the bustling downtown life. Because of its calming atmosphere and abundance of trees and natural plains, the community hosts the Bike and Hike Trail, a 34.2-mile trail converted from old railroad trails. The trail is dog-friendly and spans south into Stow, and north where it reaches into two other counties. Although dog-friendly, humans along the path will have to be prepared to clean up after their pups with their own bags. Be sure to also bring your own water, but there are bathrooms available along the trail.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,886/sq mi

    #3 Eastwick


    The Eastwick neighborhood is the very definition of suburban life. Backed with rows of houses, children's schools and plenty of parks, it's no wonder the community has such a high population density. The best place to go in the area is Oregon Trail Park. There's no trail, nor does it lead to another state, but it does have plenty of open areas within the 3.5-acres to run around and play in with your leashed dog. The park has three different recreational fields for baseball and soccer, which dogs are allowed on as long as no active games are going on.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,226/sq mi

    #4 Deidrick Rd/ N River Rd

    Adell Durbin Park is 34-acres of vibrant grass, tall oak trees, and open fields, located in the Deidrick Road and North River Road neighborhood on the edge of the city. Dogs are welcome anywhere throughout the park. The .9-mile trail and fields require that dogs stay on leash, but the leash can come off when dogs are enclosed in the tennis courts, a perfect place to toss a few tennis balls for catch. The park has excellent features like benches in the shade, a quiet picnic area, clean-up stations and plenty of water from water fountains! 
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,022/sq mi

    #5 City Center


    Serving the southeastern residents of Stow, Wetmore Park is the ideal place to go for a walk in the City Center neighborhood. Dogs are welcome in the 5-acre park, but must remain on a leash at all times. The park features water fountains, clean-up stations and a calming, shade-covered trail that spans throughout the park. If your dog needs more space to run around, then head over to the nearby Northport Park, a 2.5-acre open field. The field is a better option if you want to play fetch or frisbee with your pal. There are also benches, water fountains and trash bins located at Northport Park.

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