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7 Great Dog Parks in Cincinnati

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  • 1 April 2019
  • joesanfillipo

The secret’s out …Dog lovers love Cincinnati! And with summer right around the corner, many local pet parents are already planning outdoor adventures with their precious pooches big and small. Here at Pet Wants Cincy West, we encourage dog owners to get out and get moving with their canine companions by their side when the weather’s just right. Good news is there’s no shortage of dog parks here in Cincy. Check out our 7 favorite dog parks here in Cincinnati.

  1. Washington Park: Spanning 12,000 square feet, this dog park in OTR offers something for fur babies and their doting parents. Let your four-legged friend socialize as you sip on a cocktail or cold brew from The Deck.
  1. Otto Armleder Dog Park: If your dog’s a runner, this is the perfect sprinting park for him or her. A drinking fountain keeps your pup happy and hydrated, while a doggy shower gets him/her clean for the ride home.
  1. Wags Park: This is the park where pampered pooches play. An exclusive membership is required to access the swimming lake, dock and other attractions. A mini-vacay for your dog!
  1. Kellogg Dog Park Field: 4 acres of green grass welcomes energetic breeds ready to fetch, while shade trees provide pet parents with some protection from the summer sun.
  1. Summit Park: This 4.5 acre dog park in Blue Ash is sectioned off to provide separate play spaces for big dogs and small dogs.
  1. Doris Day Dog Park: Located in Mt. Airy Forest. Pack a lunch to enjoy at one of the picnic tables or test your pup’s skills on the agility equipment featured on the grounds of this dog park.
  1. Simmonds Family Dog Park: Take advantage of the 11 acre off-leash park or head to the small dog park if your canine cutie is of the small breed variety.

Now that you know of 7 great dog parks in Cincinnati there’s no excuse for you not exercising your pup on the regular. Remember, a healthy dog is a happy dog.  After all that exercise, your dog may have worked up an appetite so make sure to stock up on healthy food and treats from Pet Wants Cincy West. We hope you take some time to explore the awesome dog parks of Cincinnati this spring and summer.