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Dog Areas in Yellow Springs

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Nearly 4,000 people call the village of Yellow Springs in Greene County, Ohio their home. Yellow Springs has a little bit of everything to offer, whether you're looking for excellent dining, shopping, or schools, as well as thriving arts, culture, and wellness communities. Yellow Springs is also a town that takes outdoor recreation seriously, and there is a nearly endless supply of fun things to do outside in and around the area. You'll find several dog-friendly activities near Yellow Springs, from restaurants to parks, trails, and more. Yellow Springs is sure to become a favorite destination for dogs and dog lovers as soon as they arrive!

One dog-friendly spot in Yellow Springs you'll need to add to your list is Aleta's Cafe on Xenia Avenue. This trendy restaurant has five outdoor tables that are dog-friendly, so your pooch can accompany you out for a delicious meal. Aleta's Cafe offers up tasty meals like pork tacos, veggie paninis, naan pizza, chicken parm, and much more. The comfortable surroundings at Aleta's Cafe will make you and your dog feel at home in no time. Once your appetite is satisfied, you and your doggo can head off to explore other dog-friendly activities in and around Yellow Springs.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Yellow Springs

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    Population Density 1,383/sq mi

    #1 Yellow Springs

    The Little Miami Scenic Trail is a 78-mile trail that runs through Yellow Springs, and it's the pawfect place in town to go for a walk with your dog on a leash. This trail is part of a network of 1,600 trails that span America and were created from formerly abandoned railway lines. The Little Miami Scenic Trail is an asphalt and concrete trail that is popular with walkers, joggers, bike riders, and inline skaters. As you walk along this trail with your dog, you can visit the small downtown area and even check out the Yellow Springs Railroad Station which is now home to the chamber of commerce.
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    Population Density 541/sq mi

    #2 North Dayton

    Northern Dayton, Ohio is just 20 miles from Yellow Springs, and this area is also where you'll find the Montgomery County Bark Park! This off-leash park sits on more than six acres of land, and it includes an agility area in addition to a general area. Visitors love that there's a variety of agility equipment, so whether your dog is experienced or just learning, there's something for them to do! Montgomery County Bark Park is free to use, open daily from dawn to dusk, and it has plenty of seating and parking for pet parents. There are also water stations and waste disposal supplies available.
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    Population Density 6,121/sq mi

    #3 South Dayton

    Another one of Dayton's pawesome dog parks is located in south Dayton, which is just over 20 miles from Yellow Springs. The Oak Grove Dog Park is an off-leash dog park that has a one-acre area for big dogs and a one-acre small dog section. The rest of Oak Grove Park has extensive trails that your dog can explore with you on a leash. The dog park also features fresh drinking water for dogs, waste disposal items, and seating. Oak Grove Dog Park has a double-gated entry system as an added safety measure, and the park is open daily during daylight hours.
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    Population Density 133/sq mi

    #4 East Waynesville

    The southeastern corner of Waynesville, Ohio is less than 30 miles from Yellow Springs. This area is also where you'll find the Caesar Creek State Park Dog Training Area. The Caesar Creek State Park is a 3,741-acre recreational oasis that offers opportunities for fishing, boating, swimming, hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Throughout the park, there's a variety of woodlands, meadows, water, and ravines to explore. One section of the park is reserved for off-leash dog training. Your dog is welcome to explore the park in the designated off-leash areas, but be advised that this section is only divided by signs and no actual fencing.
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    Population Density 1,712/sq mi

    #5 West Xenia

    There's an exceptional dog park just ten miles from Yellow Springs in western Xenia, Ohio. A quick drive will get you and your pooch to the Scout Burnell-Garbrecht Dog Park that's part of Pierce Park. This two-acre dog park has big and small dog sections, and it's part of a 33-acre park with extensive hiking trails you can explore with your dog on a leash. The off-leash park also has a recently added agility area so your dog can showcase their special skills. There's also running water, waste disposal supplies, and seating in the dog park. If you're looking for a great dog-friendly picnic location, Pierce Park is the place to be!
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