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Dog Areas in Zanesville

17 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
4 Eateries
13 Groomers
Located along the Muskingum River, Zanesville is a fantastic spot to explore with your furry pal by your side. Lying inside of the Western Allegheny Plateau, Fido will have a great time wandering around the mixed forests that this area has to offer. Home to thirteen veterinarians, Zanesville will not only be one of Fido's favorite spots to visit with you, but also one of the safest.

Explore the beautiful Muskingum River with your furry companion and check out the Zane Landing Park. This pawsome 6.5-acre park is nestled along the river and right in the middle of downtown Zanesville. The park also offers a 2.9-mile bike trail for you and Fido to walk along while you visit.

If you need a good nights rest and have Fido traveling with you check into the Best Western B. R. Guest or the Baymont Inn and Suites Zanesville. Both hotels are dog friendly and welcome Fido to get a good nights rest with you. If you would rather spend a night under the stars and enjoy the fresh air then head to Wolfie's Campground. The campgrounds is a secure and safe area that is well maintained and allows you and your furry friend to spend the night together. You can choose from cabin camping or tent camping too.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Zanesville

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,392/sq mi

    #1 Downtown

    The Zane Landing Trail is a great trail to explore with your pup and get a good day of exercise in. The trail is made up of asphalt so your walk will be steady and pleasant, plus it is about 3 miles long. The trail starts at Riverside Park and will take you around downtown and past the docking port of the Lorena, which is a stern-wheeler that navigates the Muskingum River. Riverside Park itself offers 6 soccer fields, 6 softball diamonds, 2 football fields, tennis courts, and fishing access. The park is 122.62-acres, so there will be plenty of room for your pup to sniff around.
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    Population Density 915/sq mi

    #2 North Zanesville

    Grab Fido and head over to North Zanesville to grab a bite to eat together. Chipotle Mexican Grill is a great place to make your own burrito, tacos, or bowls with whatever you want. If you have a sweet tooth, then check out Whit's Frozen Custard that serves up old school frozen custard with a broad selection of rotating flavors. Both of these delicious restaurants have dog friendly patios and welcome Fido to join you for a great meal to eat. If you need to get some home shopping done, then Lowes is right down the street from these restaurants and always welcomes your leashed pup to join you for some home and gardening shopping.
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    Population Density 14/sq mi

    #3 South Zanesville

    The Muskingum Recreational Trail is a great 4.5-mile trail to walk along with your furry pal by your side. The trail is made up of asphalt and gravel for you and Fido to walk on, and will give you a lovely view of the Muskingum River, great rock formations, and a wooded corridor. Locals love how quiet the trail is and that the land is well preserved. If you and Fido want to continue your hike another three miles, then continue into the nieghboring town of Dresden before turning around. Don't forget water and clean-up bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 42/sq mi

    #4 Chandlersville

    Eight miles out of Zanesville is the Blue Rock Forest in Blue Rock. This pawsome forest is filled with rugged hills and green forest with a total of 322-acres. While visiting, your dog needs to remain on leash, but will love all the hiking he can do while sniffing around. The park includes archery, boating, fishing, hunting, picnicking, and 5 hiking trails. The trails range in length from 0.2-miles to 1- mile, and are all moderate hikes, so anyone can do them. Don't forget your water and clean-up bags when you visit. Fido will love his time out and be well exercised on his way home.
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    Population Density 151/sq mi

    #5 Hanover

    Hop in the car with Fido and check out the T.J. Evans Panhandles Recreational Trail located in Nashport, which is fourteen miles out of Zanesville. The trail is 9.8-miles long with an asphalt trail surface, and starts off behind a neighborhood. About 3.5-miles in, you will come across a rather large basket that represents the Longaberger basket building. The rest of the trail is through rural landscape where you will see a bit of an Amish community. You know you will be coming to the end of the trail when you pass the golf course. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags with you while you check out this pawsome trail.

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