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Dog Areas in Strongsville

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Strongsville, Ohio, is a suburban city located south of Cleveland. The community of Strongsville consists of well-educated residents that enjoy the peace and quiet the tranquil surroundings of Strongsville have to offer. The city is also a much better place for pets as opposed to the big city.

There are a lot of recreational and hiking trails to explore together with man’s best friend. The Valley Parkway Trail is one of these trails, and it follows the path of Rocky River which enters Strongsville from the east. The route offers a great view of the meandering river, the rocky bluffs, and the dense woodlands. A treat for both dogs and their owners.

There are no off-leash dog parks in Strongsville, Ohio. Therefore, the local owners hop in the car and travel to the Mugrage Park in the nearby Medina. This splendid dog park offers a total of 6 acres of land for dogs to run around and sniff. There are several walking trails that wander off in the forest, and there is also a large pond for dogs to swim.

Anyone who is planning a visit to Strongsville, Ohio, with pets ought to check out the Kings Inn Cleveland and Super 8 Strongsville. Both hotels allow pets in their rooms at an additional fee.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Strongsville

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    Population Density 2,615/sq mi

    #1 Pearl Road/ Albion Road

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    Pack up your pooch and head over to Mill Stream Run Reservation for some pupperific outdoor recreation. Nestled in the vicinity of Pearl Road and Albion Road, this massive natural area is a perfect place for your canine companion to get some exercise. Two legged guests can choose from horseback riding, mountain biking, boating and paddle sports. Leashed four legged friends can sniff their way through the trails or stop to listen for birds and squirrels. There are plenty of picnic spots to choose from, so bring a lunch and stay a while. No bones about it, your pup will love this park!


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    Population Density 4,316/sq mi

    #2 City Center

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    If your furry friend is looking a little shaggy, Strongsville City Center has a couple pawsome grooming options. The folks at Pampered Pooch Pet Grooming are ready to spruce your pup up to the nines!  Book a Basic Groom package and your canine pal will get washed, dried, and clipped, and may walk away with a bandana or bow. If she’s feeling edgy, she can also get a funky dye job, creative hair cut or polished nails. Darling Doggies Pet Grooming also specializes in making your pup look her best. Stop by for the works and she’ll be ready to win Best In Show!


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    Population Density 4,226/sq mi

    #3 Prospect Road/ Royalton Road

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    The Prospect Road and Royalton Road neighborhood is home to Volunteer Park. Clip on your pup’s leash and take a trip to this park for some much needed doggy exercise. Get your furry friend’s heart rate pumping as you do some laps on the paved walking path. Or just mosey through the grassy field and let him discover some new smells. Since this park has batting cages, horseshoe pits and Bocce Ball courts, your canine companion will have ample opportunity to socialize with new two legged friends. Foltz Park is just across the street and provides more walking area. There are plenty of shade trees, so be sure to stop if your pup needs a rest!


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    Population Density 6,912/sq mi

    #4 Columbia Station

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    Dogs living in Strongsville are lucky to have Columbia Reservation nearby in Columbia Station. Only eight miles away, this beautiful natural area is a perfect spot to spend some quality time with your fur baby.  Follow the trails through lush wetland scenery, meadows and woods.  Pick up one of the self-guided trail maps so you and your pooch can learn about the Reservation’s flora and fauna. There is an abundant wildlife population, so don’t be surprised if your furry friend’s ears perk up or his nose starts sniffing. Keep your eyes open for creatures like deer, rabbits, frogs and turtles.  Be aware that due to wildlife preservation efforts, some areas are closed to dogs.

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    Population Density 15,608/sq mi

    #5 Middleburg Heights

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    Just five miles north of Strongsville in Middleburg Heights sits the beautiful Big Creek Reservation.  Pack up your pooch and head over to enjoy some stunning natural scenery. Your dog will love being outdoors as she explores one of the many trails. Her nose will go wild picking up all the new scents.  Head over to Lake Abram  and follow the boardwalk trail to get a premier view of the surrounding wetlands. Or explore the trails near Lake Isaac. This area serves as a refuge for migrating waterfowl and is also home to a variety of animals such as red foxes, deer, and mink. A trip to this park will make one happy hound out of your pup!


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