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Dog Areas in Warrensville Heights

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The city of Warrensville Heights is located in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, just nine miles southeast of Cleveland. Warrensville Heights was named after a settler to the area, David Warren, and was originally incorporated as a village in 1927 before becoming reincorporated as a city in 1960. Today, this community shows its love for its pets with two animal hospitals in town, so help is close by should your dog feel a little under the weather. 

This city is a great place to base yourself for some outdoor fun with your pet, with many dog-friendly reservations and parks close by. While unfortunately Warrensville Heights’s Green Road Park does not allow pets, you can get your bearings and take your pup for an on-lead walk through town and along the footpath adjacent to the park. There is plenty to see along the way in this western section of town, including a shopping centre for a bit of browsing.

Over the highway in the eastern part of Warrensville Heights is the pup-friendly Café Avalaun. Seat yourself at their dog-friendly outdoor table for a hearty breakfast of crepes, perfectly cooked eggs or quinoa toast. Lunch options include paninis, wraps, and an amazing selection of vegan and paleo specials. All food here is certified 100 % gluten free – and 100 % delicious!

Wherever you explore around the city of Warrensville Heights, you and your dog are sure to enjoy your stay.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Warrensville Heights

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    Population Density 835/sq mi

    #1 Northeast Warrensville Heights

    For a pup-friendly bite to eat, head to the shopping district in the northeast of Warrensville Heights. For a hearty meal, try Chipotle Mexican Grill for a burrito bowl, tacos, nachos, fajita or a range of other spicy treats. Panera Bread is the place to go for a simple but delicious taste of freshly-baked pastries, breads, cookies and pies. You can also order from a selection of salads, soups or sandwiches, washed down with a hot cup of tea or coffee. Dibella’s Old Fashioned Subs also offers up delicious light lunch options, such as made-to-order subs with a variety of sides. Dogs are welcome at all of these places alongside you at one of the outside tables.
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    Population Density 3,600/sq mi

    #2 Miles Ave/ Lee Rd

    The Kerruish Park in neighboring Cleveland is a pup-tastic park to get out and about together, or take all the kids for a play. There are walking trails around the park with exercise stations along the way for you, and a great playground, tennis courts and basketball courts to keep the little ones happy. There is plenty of grass for a friendly game of catch with your dog, so he is sure to have a great time with you too. Picnic pavilions and tables are freely available for use, so pack yourself lunch or afternoon tea for a lovely day out.
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    Population Density 322/sq mi

    #3 Walton Hills

    Bedford Reservation in Walton Hills is a beautiful place to head out for an on-lead walk with your best bud. With waterfalls, a stunning forest, picturesque creek and well-kept picnic areas to enjoy, you are both sure to have a great day out. There are several trails to explore, the longest section being the Buckeye Trail, part of the extensive Buckeye Trail network, which runs 7.6 miles through here. For a shorter walk, the All Purpose Trail is 5 miles, or the nice little Hemlock Loop Trail is 0.8 miles. More experienced hikers may like to try the Sagamore Loop Trail, extending 3.6 miles. This one is over moderately difficult terrain, but rewards you with two incredible waterfalls.
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    Population Density 2,733/sq mi

    #4 Broadway Ave/ E 104th St

    The century-old Garfield Park Reservation in nearby Garfield Park is another top place to take your dog for a walk, with trails running through here that feature historic stonework, a lovely old bridge, birdwatching opportunities and a beautiful seasonal waterfall. The well-maintained Reservation is well-equipped for day-trippers, and includes amenities such as picnic areas, restrooms, grills, shade structures and ample parking. There is a drinking fountain at the picnic area, but bring your bottle and a drinking bowl for your dog when you are out on the trails. You need to keep your pet on a lead here, and bring some clean up bags.
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    Population Density 464/sq mi

    #5 Cannon Road

    South Chargrin Reservation has another great set of walking trails where you can bring your leashed pup for a day out amongst the trees. There are options to suit every hiker, such as the 1.9 mile Sulphur Springs Loop, the Squaw Rock Trail at 2.25 miles, or the longer Bridle Trail Loop at 2.4 miles. These trails are part of the extensive network in the area known as the Buckeye Trails. Within the Reservation, you will find several lovely picnic areas to stop for a rest, such as the Shelterhouse Picnic Area and Sulphur Springs Picnic area that have amenities including BBQ facilities, picnic tables and restrooms.
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