Mount Airy Dog Park
Address: Mount Airy Forest’s Highpoint Picnic Area, Westwood Northern Boulevard (between Montana Avenue and North Bend Road), Cincinnati,
Phone: (513) 352-4080
Hours: Sunrise – Sunset
Description: 2-acre off-leash park, fenced, poop bags, benches, tables, handicapped accessible, trees, parking, restrooms, water for dogs and owners, trash, shelter.
Address: 1912 E. Gypsy Lane Road, Bowling Green.
Hours: open sunrise to sunset
Description: Fenced with handicap access, parking, and trash. $15/yr for family with 1 dog, $5 each additional dog to a max of $25/yr for 3 or more dogs in the same family for Wood County residents (non-residents $25 – $35 per year). Dog owners must show health certificate from vet showing current shots and worm-free. Locks changed every year to aid in enforcement. Must comply with park rules. There are three fenced-in areas: two for play, one has an agility course. Mutt-mitts provided.
Scout Burnell-Garbrecht Dog Park
Address: 210 Fairgrounds Road, Xenia
Description: The Park sits back from the road. Enter the park via the driveway where the ‘Fairgrounds Recreation Complex’ sign is. Go straight back to the parking area near the shelter house. A 2-acre, fenced park for leash-free socialization of canines and their companions.
Mt. Airy Forest Dog Park
Address: Westwood Northern Blvd. Cincinnati, Ohio
Description: The City of Cincinnati has designated about 2 acres in the Mt. Airy Forest for an off-leash dog park. Dogs may run leash free when accompanied by a person. The area is fenced and the rules are posted on site. The dog park is located at Mt. Airy Forest’s Highpoint Picnic Area on Westwood Northern Blvd. between Montana Avenue and North Bend Road.
Big Walnut Creek
Address: 000 Livingston, Columbus
Hours: until 11pm
Description: Nice space for dogs to run around