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Dog Areas in Trotwood

5 Parks
1 Trail
4 Shops
1 Groomer

The area of Trotwood is a suburb of the city of Dayton, only 10 miles from the larger city's center, and backed by miles of farmland to the west. The thriving city has become more and more popular since separating from Dayton, providing a lovely community with residential areas and an expansive shopping center. The town has especially become more advanced in providing for its four-legged residents, by providing numerous dog-friendly parks, trails, and a veterinarian.

Madison Lakes is the place to be if you want to experience a gorgeous day out with scenic lake views, open areas, and a place for picnics with your pooch. There are paved walkways around the lakes, with a small fishing pond, pavilions, picnic tables, a playground, natural beaches, boat launches, and fishing piers. Dogs do have to be on a leash, but can enjoy all areas of the park.

The John Wolfe Park is on the northern side of the city, and has a wide variety of different features. Whether you're looking for room to run around and play, or a nice place to walk, the park will provide for you and Fido. There are open areas, paved walkways, a fishing pond, a pavilion, a playground, and shaded sitting areas. Be sure to bring some water and clean-up bags and enjoy a lovely place to play with your leashed pooch!

Trotwood is a thriving community outside of Dayton, providing places to play and rest for humans and pups alike that will be sure to please you and your pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Trotwood

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 797/sq mi

    #1 Stringtown

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    Stringtown is a community area on the outside of the city's center, filled with open fields and residential areas. The main open space to spend your time in is North Broadway Park, a place with open fields surrounded by thick forests. The park is right along the Wolf Creek, which provides a place to fish and swim. In the park itself, there are paved walkways to walk on and space to run and play in, with shaded sitting areas, a playground, a pavilion, water fountains, benches, and trash bins. The park is open from dawn until dusk and requires dogs to stay on a leash.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,392/sq mi

    #2 Trotwood Center

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    Trotwood Center is a bustling community with small businesses, a shopping district, and upscale residential homes. The area is also home to Madison Park, an open area surrounded by trees for privacy and shade. There is a mile of paved walkways to enjoy, with open fields, soccer fields, and a baseball field to play in. Dogs do not have to be on a leash inside the park, and can even enjoy water fountains, a pavilion, a playground, picnic tables, and benches. The area is also home to the Wold Creek Recreational Trail, a rail-trail made from asphalt. The trail is a multi-use trail open to leashed pups that extends through the city 16.2 miles.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,774/sq mi

    #3 Hays Corner

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    Hays Corner is a northern neighborhood filled with rows of residential homes, old fields, and school districts. Although filled with open space and fields, the best place to go to run around with your pup is the Westbrooke Village Park. The park is a little rural, but has baseball fields and open areas surrounded by trees. There are also basketball courts and enclosed tennis courts too. A dirt trail loops around the park and connects to a playground, a pavilion, and picnic tables. Dogs don't have to be on a leash inside the park, but remember to bring water and clean-up bags!
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,581/sq mi

    #4 Fort McKinley

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    Fort McKinley is a community in a neighboring town called Dayton, just .8 miles from the city of Trotwood. The park of choice here is McKinley Park, named after the neighborhood. This grassy area is a perfect spot for dogs and humans to run, play, and picnic in. There's also a playground, a pavilion, and a few picnic tables. On the northern side of town is the Harrison Community Park, a recreational park with two fenced-in baseball field. Around the fields are open areas, with a small playground and benches. Dogs do not have to be on a leash in either park.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,813/sq mi

    #5 Westwood

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    Westwood is a packed residential community with rows of homes and lush fields inside Dayton, 3 miles from Trotwood. Westwood Park is named after the community, and offers the most in the way of amenities for humans and pups. There's a green field to play in, a looping sidewalk, a playground, and a pavilion. Shaded sitting areas are scattered throughout and are available to leashed pups, but you will need to remember to bring water to the park. Gettysburg Park is another dog-friendly park in the community that provides freshly cut lawns to play in, a playground, basketball courts, and lots of shade and trees. There are benches and trash bins inside this park.
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