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Dog Areas in Woodstock, OH

Tucked away in central Ohio, Woodstock is a small village of about 300 residents. Covering only a third of a square mile, Woodstock is a very small community with limited dog-friendly amenities. However, there are fifteen veterinarians available within a twenty-minute drive of town, so it’s a very safe area for pups.

One of the closest dog-friendly activities is the Bark Park in Marysville, just twenty minutes northeast of Woodstock. This top-rated dog park is a full four acres of fenced-in play area; there are even separate sections for dogs of different activity levels. Complete with benches, a washing station, lots of parking, and a paved walking path, this quaint park is a pooch’s dream come true. Also in Marysville is a Chipotle Mexican Grill, a Starbucks, and a Whit’s Frozen Custard -- all restaurants that welcome pups on their outdoor patios.

Another popular dog park is Prairie Oaks Metro Park, just thirty miles southeast in Delaware, OH. This dog beach is a great option if you’ve got a water-lover on your hands. Leashed pups are welcome on nearly all of the trails, and there’s even an off-leash play area near the lake.

Pup moms and dads can also bring their babies to Glacier Ridge Metro Park, which is twenty-five miles east in Plain City. This well-kept park boasts trails, public restrooms, dog-friendly drinking fountains, and covered picnic areas.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Woodstock, OH

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 54/sq mi

    #1 College Corner

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    Come on -- let’s go swim! If your Fido fancies himself a swimming dog, then you need to head right over to Hueston Woods State Dog Park, because this is the pawfect place to go for a swim. The water and boathouse provide all the amenities that you and your whole family will need. There’s even a concession stand where you can grab drinks, snacks, and water for Fido. The goal is to relax, enjoy the water, and have some fun in the sun. Please remember that there is no fence, so if your dog doesn’t listen to verbal commands, you may want to bring a leash.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 187/sq mi

    #2 Yellow Springs

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    Little Miami Scenic Trail is about 40 miles from Woodstock, but it has so much to do that you will be barking for more visits. Rails-to-Trails will never let you down if you are looking to have an epic adventure. This time, they have persevered 330 miles of paved area in the Miami Valley. You will cross over bridges that have been refortified and that date back decades. The views are scenic and breathtaking as they wind through the state. You can take as much or as little of the trail as you want. No matter how much of the trail you decide to tackle, you’ll regret not bringing your camera to capture the gorgeous views along the way!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 779/sq mi

    #3 Urbana

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    You can find Fido’s Field just 17 miles outside of Woodstock. Every mile in the car will be worth it when Fido sees over 2 acres of green space to run and play in – all completely off-leash. There are two fenced in areas separated based on dog size, so your little one won’t have to ruffhouse with the big boys. Water fountains designed for both dogs and people are available. There are lots of shaded benches all throughout the park, so you can rest and relax while Fido plays. It is the pawfect spot for a day of adventure!
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 281/sq mi

    #4 Xenia

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    If you travel 48 miles, you will come up on Scout Burnell-Garbrecht Dog Park. As part of Pierce Park, you will find things to do for your entire family. There are plenty of trails for you and Fido to explore, as long as you keep him on his leash. If Fido wants to get off his leash and just run, there are two fenced acres just for Fido to play in! Your furry friend will love the feel of grass under his paws. Since it’s pawpular with the locals, this is the perfect place to meet some new fur-iends!
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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,111/sq mi

    #5 Dayton

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    In just under an hour, you can find the most barktastic place for an adventure with your dog. As part of the Rails-to-Trails system, the Creekside Trail connects other parts of the Ohio Valley Trail system. It is an important connector that shows you how the area looked when the rail system originally occupied the area. It frames the beauty of nature -- and preserves it -- so that you can walk in nature without having to spend days traveling to get to it. You can travel this 15-mile course, or keep going along the other connecting trails.
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