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Dog Areas in Troy, OH

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Troy is a regional hub in Miami County, Ohio that's just 19 miles north of Dayton. The city is home to more than 25,000 people, and in addition to a buzzing downtown district, there are great schools and fun recreational activities in town. You'll find aquatic centers, libraries, cultural centers, golf courses, skating plazas, and much more in Troy. For many years, the city has also hosted the Troy Ohio Strawberry Festival each June. There are arts, crafts, games, pie eating contests, live music, and more to enjoy at this festival, and it draws visitors from all over the United States. Dog owners in Troy will also appreciate the plethora of dog-friendly activities in town, as well as all of the nearby dog parks.

Right in the heart of Downtown Troy, you'll find Donatos Pizza. This dog-friendly restaurant has five outdoor tables where your pet is welcome to join you as you grab a slice of pizza. Their menu also has items liked oven-baked subs, boneless wings, salads, and other appetizers. Table service isn't available at Donatos Pizza, so your pup will need to remain outside while you go in to order. You and your pet are going to love discovering all of the dog-friendly activities in and around Troy!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Troy, OH

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    Population Density 1,526/sq mi

    #1 Southeast Troy

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    Southeast Troy is an area of town that's known for being home to the city's YMCA, as well as a variety of popular restaurants. One such restaurant is the Bakehouse Bread and Cookie Co., and this bakery cafe happens to be dog-friendly! There are four outdoor tables where your dog can hang out by your side while you enjoy all sorts of breakfast and lunch options. Their menu includes dishes like French toast, sourdough pancakes, grilled cheese, paninis, salads, soup, and plenty more. Bakehouse Bread and Cookie Co. is just a short walk from unique shops and businesses you'll want to check out.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 514/sq mi

    #2 North Troy

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    You and your pooch can walk from Southeast Troy to the city's northern area, where you can access the Great Miami River Recreational Trail. This 86.2-mile asphalt trail runs through Warren, Miami, Montgomery, and Butler Counties, and in addition to dog walkers, the path is pawpular with inline skaters, cyclists, and joggers. The Great Miami River Recreational Trail is one of 1,600 trails that connect across America that were created from formerly abandoned railway lines. This particular portion takes you over bridges, through small towns and villages, past heritage areas, air force bases, and metro parks. Be sure to keep your doggo on a leash on this trail.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 399/sq mi

    #3 Kyle Street

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    Tipp City is another city in Miami County, and the southeastern corner of town is only 10 miles from Troy. Here, you'll find a 280-acre area known as Kyle Park that is home to soccer and baseball fields, basketball and volleyball courts, a skate park, picnic shelters, a fishing pond, batting cages, and much more. Kyle Park also has its own dog park, a 1.85-acre section with separate fenced enclosures for big and small dogs. The off-leash park is also equipped with a water fountain for humans and canines, as well as waste disposal supplies, seating areas, and double-gated entries.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,746/sq mi

    #4 Northridge Estates

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    If you and your doggo drive south of Troy for less than 20 minutes, you'll arrive in northern Dayton, Ohio, where you'll find Montgomery County Bark Park. This off-leash park makes up more than six acres of land, and it has different areas for big and small dogs. In that space, there is also a variety of agility equipment where adventurous dogs can show off their unique skills. The dog park was built on a closed-in landfill, and in keeping with the theme, the park's amenities were constructed with recycled materials. The Bark Park also has a doggie water fountain, seating areas, and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 541/sq mi

    #5 McCook Field

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    Another one of Dayton's pawesome off-leash parks is less than half an hour drive from Troy, and you'll find it in the city's center. The Deeds Point Dog Park doesn't separate dogs by weight, so be prepared for your pooch to meet friends of all sizes. In the off-leash area, there are open fields and wooded areas to explore, as well as concrete paths and covered seating areas. You'll also find drinking water stations, picnic tables, waste disposal supplies, and double-gated entries. If you plan on visiting later in the day, you'll have peace of mind knowing the park has lighting for nighttime use.
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