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Dog Areas in Upper Arlington

13 Parks
4 Shops
6 Eateries
2 Groomers

Upper Arlington is a bustling city that rests on the eastern shore of the Scioto River, only 5 miles northwest of Columbus. The city is sister cities with St. Andrews in Scotland, and the southern half of the city is designated as a historical place that still has many older ranch-style homes. Even with all the activity and tourism the city gets, the town still provides plenty of resources and attention to the four-legged residents of the town. Though small, Upper Arlington still provides a veterinarian to take care of its pups!

Residents of the city can enjoy the Griggs Reservoir Park, one of the best parks in the city that is dog-friendly and has riverfront scenes, large open areas, 1.2 miles of walking trails, and scattered trees that offer lots of shade. The area has multiple fishing powers, a boat launch, a pavilion, a playground, and restrooms. Pups will have to remain on a leash while inside the park, but will have access to clean-up stations, water fountains, and benches.

Thompson Park is more inland and has some of the largest open areas of the city, with 1.3 miles of wandering paved trails, open space for sports and running around, and 4 enclosed baseball fields. Leashed pups are welcome in the park and have plenty of room to run around and play, or walk along the paved walkways, with access to water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations.

Upper Arlington offers plenty of dog-friendly parks, like Northcrest Park and Smith Nature Park, and just may be the perfect spot for you and your pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Upper Arlington

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    Population Density 2,337/sq mi

    #1 Upper Arlington North

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    The neighborhood of Upper Arlington North is in the northwest corner of the city, right on the water. In the middle of the neighborhood are the conjoined parks of Northwest Park and Burbank Park. Together, the parks take up more than 35 acres of land and create 1.6 miles of paved walkways to use. Burbank Park offers a small wooded area with nature trails, open space and soccer fields, where northwest Park has two enclosed baseball fields, a pavilion, a playground, and restrooms. Both areas have water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins available for dogs. Dogs have to be on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 2,863/sq mi

    #2 Windermere

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    The neighborhood of Windermere is a cozy and residential area, with rows of residential homes and multiple school districts. The best park here is the Reed Road Park, due to its large area and secluded lot, with plenty of open areas, 3 fenced-in baseball field, lighted tennis courts, and track field. Winding through the park is a paved walkway that connects features likes water fountains, restrooms, a pavilion, benches, and a basketball court. Oxford Park is another dog-friendly park that provides a small, but shady area that has a paved walkway, a playground, benches, and picnic tables. Dogs need to be on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 4,629/sq mi

    #3 River Ridge

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    The quiet neighborhood of River Ridge rests along the eastern shore of the Scioto River, filled in with rows of residential homes. Dog walkers will love heading to Fancyburg Park, a 25-acre area that has open space, baseball fields, fenced-in tennis courts, and paved walkways lined with shady trees. The park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and even allows dogs to go off-leash after 8 pm, although the area is not fenced-in. Whether you're looking to run around and play, or go for a nice stroll, this park has what you and Fido are looking for, including amenities like water fountains, trash bins, benches, and clean-up stations.
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    Population Density 3,933/sq mi

    #4 Mountview

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    The neighborhood of Mountview is a packed area, with bustling streets and busy shopping centers. Despite the noise, there's still a nice large park for dog walkers that's dog-friendly at Northam Park. The park is large, with lots of areas to run around and play, and also includes fenced-in baseball fields, soccer fields, a pool, tennis courts, picnic tables, and grilling stations. The area welcomes leashed pups, and also offers water fountains and benches. Tremont Fountain Park is a smaller park that's also in the neighborhood that offers a completely shaded area with some open room and a looping walkway. Leash up Fido and remember to bring some water and clean-up bags!
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    Population Density 4,578/sq mi

    #5 South of Lane

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    South of Lane is a residential community on the southeast corner of the city. Miller Park is a beautiful park in the center of the community, with half of it taken up by dense forests, and the other half by grassy fields. There's a gazebo, a playground, and a paved trail that encompasses the park. Additional features include water fountains, benches, and trash bins. Triangle Park also has benches and trash bins, but also offers an open area with lots of shade and more space to walk around with Fido. Dogs must remain on a leash inside both parks.
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