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Dog Areas in Willoughby

9 Parks
2 Trails
11 Shops
5 Eateries
6 Groomers

The small town of Willoughby acts as a suburb town to the city of Clevland in Ohio. Just like the larger city, Willoughby sits close to the shore of Lake Eri, offering beautiful lake views to the north, and far-reaching plains to the south. Just like many other towns around the country, Willoughby is pretty adamant about their love for dogs, and shows it with numerous parks, trails, and beaches.

The Chagrin River Park is a fine example of dog-friendly places to go, acting as the largest park in the city with over 227 acres filled with seasonal wetlands and lots of wildlife. The Chagrin River cuts through the park, offering humans and leashed dogs a good place to go swimming and fishing. It also features nature trails, water fountains, grills, picnic areas, clean-up stations for pups, trash bins, benches, and nighttime lights!

Head over to the Gully Brooke Park for the best place to reconnect with nature. The dog-friendly park has a mile of paved walkways, leading off to dirt trails that head into woods and along the stream that cuts through the park. The open areas of the park also have restrooms, trash bins, benches, water fountains, and a clean-up station.

The small town even has 4 veterinarians and a large downtown, and improves every day to make every place in Willoughby a dog-friendly place.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Willoughby

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,056/sq mi

    #1 Central Willoughby

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    Central Willoughby is taken up mostly by the concrete jungle of downtown. The neighborhood still has plenty of green space for pooches though, such as at Lincoln Park. The park is a large, fenced-in space that provides a playground, picnic tables, grilling area, baseball diamond, water fountains, benches, and trash bins. Although fenced-in, dogs still have to remain on a leash inside the park. Todd Field is also in the neighborhood and offers up 6 baseball diamonds clustered together with paved paths that wind through the field. Dogs are welcome on the field while on a leash, and can also enjoy access to the Chagrin River for swimming and fishing. Owners will have to bring water and clean-up bags.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,111/sq mi

    #2 Willobee On The Lake

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    The neighborhood of Willobee On The Lake is picturesque, with gorgeous views of Lake Erie, and large areas of residential homes. Right on the lake is Osborne Park, a large open field with paved paths, forested trails, lake access, and a dog-friendly atmosphere. Your pup has to remain on a leash at the park, but can enjoy an easy picnic at the covered pavilion, or even head into the lake to go for a swim. There are benches, water fountains, trash bins, and clean-up stations scattered throughout. Dog-lovers can also enjoy Sunset Park, which provides a small patch of open green space along the lake. Dogs are also welcome here on a leash, but owners must bring water and clean-up bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,680/sq mi

    #3 Courtland

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    Courtland is a quiet neighborhood filled with a bustling shopping center and homes. The area is pretty packed, but still provides space for dog walkers to take their pooch. The St. Clair Park is completely fenced in, with a large green field and tall trees with plenty of shade. Dogs still must remain on a leash at the park, but can enjoy plenty of safe space to run around, benches, water fountains, and trash bins. If you and your pooch plan on staying in the neighborhood, head to Days Inn. The hotel is dog-friendly, allowing up to two dogs of any size and breed to stay for a small fee per night.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,712/sq mi

    #4 Lakeline

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    The neighborhood of Lakeline is 3 miles northeast of Willoughby in the town of Eastlake, and is pretty popular among dog lovers, thanks to the Eastlake Dog Park. The park is 3 acres of completely fenced-in grassy terrain, open fields and trees for a lot of shade. The park is completely open with one large area, and a double-gated fence for extra safety. There are other amenities, like a clean-up station, free toys, tables, benches, trash bins, and a pup-sized water fountain. Central Park is also in this neighborhood and friendly to leashed pups, offering paved walkways and lots of open space to run around. There's also a water fountain, trash bins, and benches at the park.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,769/sq mi

    #5 Reynolds

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    This neighborhood in the city of Mentor is just 6 miles northeast of Willoughby, and is home to the Mentor Dog Park. This 5.3-acre park is completely fenced-in, with separate spots for larger and smaller dogs, double-gated entrances on both sides, and a grassy and mulch terrain. Other than socializing, your pup will also enjoy the free dog toys at the park, the dog-sized water fountains, picnic tables, and clean-up stations. For a leashed walk though, head to the Eleanor B Garfield Park for beautiful scenery of open fields and a pond, and access to over 2.2 miles of paved walking trails throughout the park. There's water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations in this park too.
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