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Dog Areas in Waynesville, OH

5 Parks
3 Trails
6 Shops
2 Eateries
1 Groomer

The small village of Waynesville in Ohio has actually been around for over 200 years, with a post office that has been in operation since 1804. Despite its small size, the town still has annual sauerkraut festivals and old antique shops that bring daily tourism. The thing that'll really catch your eye, though,  is the abundance of dog-friendly parks, trails, and attitude around town, with two animal hospitals ready to cater to your pup.

Bowman Park is an unofficial dog park for residents. Although it is not fenced-in, there can be an upwards of 40 dogs in the afternoon at the park. With so many other pups to socialize with, and amenities like paved paths, fishing and swimming access, dog-friendly picnic shelters, and easy to get to clean-up stations, its no wonder so many pups come here. Dogs still have to remain on a leash while inside the park.

The Caesar Creek State Park Dog Training Area is the next place to stop for you and your pup. The park isn't actually in the state park, but is named after it. With over 5 acres of undeveloped area, dogs are welcome to run around off-leash to explore the grassy fields and creek that cuts through the park. The park is not fenced-in, and owners will need to remember to bring water and clean-up bags.

Every dog loves to get out and play, and in Waynesville, every dog will have the chance to get the decent and fun-filled walk they deserve.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Waynesville, OH

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,601/sq mi

    #1 Waynesville Center

    The Waynesville Center neighborhood is the most populated neighborhood in town. It's central location makes the Clint Fultz Memorial Park even more popular, with the large field and surrounding trees to give the park-goers shade and privacy. The park has a pavilion and small playground, with access to the Little Miami River that borders the northern part of the park. Dogs are welcome in the park while on a leash, but can easily find plenty of room to run around and play. The park also connects to the Little Miami Scenic Trail, a dog-friendly dirt and concrete trail that follows the river, offering scenic views and benches for resting.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 64/sq mi

    #2 Oregonia Rd

    The Oregonia Road neighborhood takes up the southern part of the city, with access to lots of thick woods and open fields. Some of those fields are part of the Hisey Park Dog Park, a fenced-in dog park that is the best place in the neighborhood to bring Fido. Dogs can roam freely and safely in the enclosure, with separate areas for large and small dogs, an agility course, double-gated entrances, and a picnic shelter in the closed-off area. There are clean-up stations with rakes to clean up after your pup, but owners will have to bring water.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 162/sq mi

    #3 Foxdale Farms


    Foxdale Farms is a small neighborhood on the western side of town, with some residential homes. In the middle of the neighborhood is the Patricia Allyn Park, a 10-acre park with closed-off tennis courts, multiple soccer and multi-use fields, playground, open areas, and a paved walking path that loops the park. The trail is 1.5 miles and is lined with trash bins and benches, and provides Fido with a great place to get a decent walk while getting some one-on-one time you. The open areas are also dog-friendly to leashed pups, with additional amenities like trash bins, clean-up stations, and nighttime lights.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,857/sq mi

    #4 Springboro Ward 1

    The Springboro Ward 1 is a residential neighborhood that is ten miles west of Waynesville, in the town of Springboro. The neighborhood is worth the travel, thanks to two large parks in the area. North Park provides residents with enclosed tennis courts, recreational fields, paved paths, and other amenities like water fountains and clean-up stations. The area is perfect for a quick and easy walk along the looping path. The second park is Community Park which provides large open spaces great for running around and playing. There's also access to benches and water fountains. Dogs must be leashed up in both parks before going.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,579/sq mi

    #5 Beal

    Franklin is 10.5 miles west of Waynesville, with a popular neighborhood for residents known as Beal. The neighborhood is popular thanks to the dog-friendly parks like the Clearcreek Park. This area is over 20-acres of open space and recreational fields. There are enclosed baseball fields and tennis courts, with free-range soccer fields and multi-use areas. The park has a concrete path that encircles it and winds through the fields, providing a good place to not only walk Fido, but let him play and run around in. Additional features in the park include water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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