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Dog Areas in Struthers

3 Parks
2 Trails
1 Eatery
1 Groomer
Struthers is a beautiful city that sits along the Mahoning River. The city is most known for being at the center of the steel industry and building the Hopewell Furnace. Today, Struthers is a great area to hang around with your pup and go exploring. There are no veterinarians in Struthers, but next door in Youngstown, there are six that your pup can visit.

Bob Cene Park is a lovely park to take your pup to for a good afternoon walk. The park mainly offers baseball and softball fields, but also has open grass space for fetch. There are concession stands if you get hungry, and a good paved walking path around the park to take a walk with your dog in. The park is right on the outskirts of the river, so Fido may want to take a dip when visiting.

If you both are craving soemthing sweet, stop into Dairy Queen. They offer burgers and hot dogs, plus an array of desserts that Fido will be dying to get a lick of. Enjoy your meal and ice cream on their outdoor patio which is dog friendly and welcomes your pup to sit alongside you.

Your pup will love hanging out in Struthers with you by his side.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Struthers

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,459/sq mi

    #1 S Bridge Street/ Lowellville Road

    The Yellow Creek Park is a lovely 76-acre park in the heart of Struthers. There are great amenities in the park for you and your pup, including a picnic area, tennis courts, a horseshoe pit, and basketball courts. The park has hiking trails that go run throughout, giving you and your pup a great opportunity to get a walk in while you are visiting the park. This park is also home to the Hopewell Furance, so while you are there, you can see a little bit of history. Keep Fido on a leash while enjoying the park, and don't forget your water.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,292/sq mi

    #2 Smithfield Street/ Poland Ave

    Mauthe Park is a great park to visit with your furry pal, with some amazing amenities like a pavilion, picnic tables with a grilling area, a playground, and swings. This 10-acre park is perfect to get a good walk in with your pup, especially since they have a great walkway you can explore. They offer numerous sports fields, like a softball, volleyball, and even bocce ball court. Your dog will love exploring this park with you, just be sure to keep him on a leash, and don't forget your clean-up bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,432/sq mi

    #3 Broad Street/ Coit Road

    Take Fido out on a pawsome hike with you by his side. The Stavich Bicycle Trail is 9.9-miles long, and has an asphalt trail surface. The trail will take you along the Mahoning River and through a variety of wooded areas. There are trail markers located throughout the hike to show the direction to take when you are on the trail. This trail will connect you to New Castle, Pennsylvania if you decide to hike the entire trail with your pup. Make sure to keep Fido on a leash while you are hiking, and don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags along with you, as there are none available along the way.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,529/sq mi

    #4 Buckeye Plat

    The Buckeye Plat neighborhood is filled with great parks to check out with your pup. The Buckeye Park is a large open field that you and your pup can play a game of fetch in or have a nice picnic. There is a paved path around the park where you can get a walk in together. Ipa Field has great amenities, like a playground, restrooms, basketball courts, and a soccer and football field. Take a walk on the paved path that goes throughout the park and have a good day out with your pup. Located in Youngstown, your dog will love hanging out at these parks.
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    Population Density 2,219/sq mi

    #5 Boardman

    Boardman Park is a great 227-acre park that your dog will love running through. The park has great amenities, like a playground and open green space to run, a gazebo for shade, and plenty of benches to sit on and relax. There is also an off-leash dog park here where your dog can run around in a safe place and meet some new friends. Make sure to bring clean-up bags along with you when you visit this pawsome park that is located only six miles out of Struthers in the town of Boardman.
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