Our Springs apartment communities are supremely pet-friendly, but even the best apartment home can’t provide all that a dog needs to indulge his need to run, leap, roll and play. That’s where our Cincinnati area dog parks come in. We enjoy prime placement in a community that’s packed with pup-friendly amenities. Check out some of these outstanding dog parks in the area.
Otto Armleder Dog Park spans ten acres. Completely fenced, the park is divided into three separate areas, including one for small breeds. The park includes a canine shower and dog-level drinking fountains so pups can stay clean and cool throughout the afternoon. Benches and shade trees keep things comfortable for owners. This park may flood in heavy rains, so be mindful of the weather. If the Ohio River is 42 feet or above, the park will close entirely.
Covering 12,000 square feet, Washington Park Dog Park offers plenty of places to play. A fresh water fountain, sizable boulders and babbling creek give pets and their owners plenty of distinctive features to explore. Synthetic canine turf provides a clean, dirt-free experience so you don’t have to worry about taking a mess home with you when you leave.
3. Red Dog Park 5081 Madison Rd, Cincinnati 22.6 miles from Springs at Liberty Township
Red Dog Park is a member’s only park. You must fill out an application with the Red Dog Pet Resort & Spa to obtain access to this play area. The park covers three fenced acres, secured with a double gate, individual access codes and 24-hour surveillance. There are separate spaces for small and large dogs. Play equipment, water fountains and waste stations keep the area clean and entertaining for all.
4. WagsPark 3810 Church St, Newtown 25.7 miles from Springs at Liberty Township
WagsPark is a private dog park packed with luxury features. Pets must take a temperament test to get access to the park, so you know your pup is always safe around the other guests. You’ll find a dancing fountain, lake, doggie playground, speed courses and agility courses. The park is well-lit for evening play after work. A paw wash station, doggie waste bags and pet drinking fountains cater to everyone’s comfort and cleanliness. The park even hosts special events like movies and “yappy hour” for more fun.
What’s your favorite dog park in the Cincinnati area? Share your best finds in the comments section below, and consider setting up a puppy play date with your fellow Springs residents.