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Dog Areas in Twinsburg

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4 Trails
3 Groomers

Twinsburg is a city in Summit County, Ohio, located approximately halfway between Akron and Cleveland. It is a wonderful place to bring your dog for a walk, as there are so many dog-friendly restaurants, walking trails and green spaces to explore together. If pup happens to fall ill, there is an animal hospital in town to help.

Located within the 3,000 acre Liberty Park is the Twinsburg Dog Park, where your playful pup can stretch his legs off the lead. The doggie play area has two fenced spaces to safely accommodate pups of all sizes, and there are drinking bowls and waste bags available. Liberty Park itself is worth exploring further once your pup has worn himself out at the dog park. There are many trails to seek out, from the quarter mile Maple Loop Trail to the longer Coyote Run Trail or Ledges Trail at just over a mile each. Facilities here are well maintained and include restrooms, picnic areas, a playground and shelters.

For another lovely on-lead walk in Twinsburg, you can’t go past Birchwood Trail in Glen Chamberlain Park. There is a short loop starting from the parking area that is only about 0.3 miles long, but if you are looking for more of a walk, there is a larger loop that heads east and back to the main recreation area for a total of around 0.5 miles. In addition, there is a section of trail that takes you south to another town park, Birchwood Park. Both community parks have picnic areas, shelters and a playground for a great family day out.

With so many places to see and walks to be had, you and your pup are sure to have a great time in Twinsburg.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Twinsburg

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    Population Density 229/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Twinsburg

    You aren’t short of dog-proof places to eat in Twinsburg, as there are five places in the centre of town that allow pets at their outdoor tables. For a delicious breakfast or light lunch, head to Panera Bread for one of their freshly-baked pastries and a hot cup of coffee, or a salad, sandwich or bowl of soup. Brewsters Café and Bistro is another great lunch option, or for something spicy, try Chipotle Mexican Grill. This place has all your Mexican-inspired favourites, such as tacos, nachos and burrito bowls. Mavis Wrinkle’s Irish Pub serves up hearty fare such as surf ‘n’ turf, sizzling steaks and shepherd’s pie. If you are simply seeking something sweet, Dairy Queen is on hand for a sneaky icecream or frozen yogurt.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,135/sq mi

    #2 Ravenna Rd/ Glenwood Dr

    In the northern section of Twinsburg is the Centre Valley Park, home to a 4.41 mile pup-friendly trail known as the Centre Valley Loop Trail. The eastern section of the trail is the Old Hickory Trail, which takes you through beautiful wooded areas for approximately 1.25 miles. This joins a sidewalk trail at either end and crosses Tinkers Creek. Your dog will need to stay leashed on these trails, but will love going on the adventure with you. Centre Valley Park has plenty of parking close to the trail, as well as restrooms and picnic areas. Glen Meadow Park is just north of Centre Valley Park, and has more short dog-friendly paved trails, as well as amenities such as restrooms, picnic areas and a playground for your two-legged kids to enjoy.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 799/sq mi

    #3 Macedonia City Center

    Just four miles from Twinsburg is the town of Macedonia, where you will find a huge pup-friendly park known as Longwood Park. One of the largest metropolitan parks in the state, this is a fantastic place for the whole family to visit. There are three trails to walk here, each about a mile in length, as well as a lovely pond to take a walk around and admire the local birds. Picnic areas, a playground and a restroom facilities are also available at Longwood Park to make for a very pleasant day out. Dogs are very welcome throughout park, but needs to stay leashed, and please remember to clean up any mess Fido leaves behind.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 530/sq mi

    #4 Russet Woods Ln/ Russet Woods Ct

    Tails ‘n’ Trails Dog Park in Aurora is a great free park where Fido can have a run off the lead and maybe even meet some new friends. There are two fenced areas, one for small dogs and one for the larger breeds, with some play features such as a fire hydrant. Running water is available, but bring a drinking bowl for your dog. While you supervise your busy pup, you can take a seat at one of the benches along the edge of the play area and relax for a while. Keep your pet on a leash to and from the park, and check out the park guidelines at the entrance to make sure everyone stays safe and has a great time.
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    Population Density 790/sq mi

    #5 Sagamore Hills

    Ten miles west of Twinsburg is Sagamore Hills that borders the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. This is a must-see in this area, with many beautiful trails to explore, and is a fascinating place of cultural and natural history. Brandywine Falls is particularly impressive, boasting an impressive array of wildlife, native fauna and 65-foot falls at peak season. For more trail walking around here, seek out the Metro Parks Bike and Hike Trail that follows the path of the old Akron, Bedford and Cleveland Railroad line. This well-maintained paved path takes you through Sagamore Hills and down towards Boston Heights, but you can travel out-and-back as far as you like. Dogs are welcome on both of these trails but need to remain leashed.
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