Four-Legged Fun: Pet-Friendly Attractions in Warren County

Blog by Scott Hutchinson

It’s the travel dilemma every pet lover dreads: what do you do with Fido during family vacation? He’s scared of the vet, the kids next door can’t be counted on, and – to be perfectly honest – you’re just going to miss the heck out of the little guy while you’re away.

Fortunately, pet care doesn’t have to be a problem in Ohio’s Largest Playground®. Home to numerous pet-friendly attractions and accommodations, Warren County is happy to host your furry friends! Here are just a few of your best bets for pets:

Outdoor Adventures
Featuring more than 40,000 acres of land designated by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and 60+ miles of beautiful hiking trails, Warren County makes finding a spot for a walk in the park…well…a walk in the park!

Caesar Creek State Park, Fort Ancient Earthworks & Nature Preserve and the Little Miami Scenic Trail are all pet-friendly standbys for outdoor adventurers.

The Beach Waterpark
One of Warren County’s most popular human attractions, The Beach Waterpark also caters to four-legged visitors. While furry friends aren't welcome every day of the year, the final day of The Beach's season is known as 'Dog Day' and invites pet owners to bring their doggy-paddling pals for a dip in the park's enormous wave pool!

Places that Pamper
Should your getaway plans prove less than pet-friendly, there’s still no need to leave your furry friends at home. Several of Warren County’s hotel and lodging options welcome pets, including one that won’t accept anything else! The Red Dog Pet Resort & Spa is a state-of-the-art pet lodging facility that offers boarding, grooming and plenty of play time. So, while you’re out having a blast at Warren County’s people-only hangouts, you can relax knowing your pets are having a tail-wagging time of their own.

Kitty Brew Café
Love pets, but don't have one of your own? Mason's Kitty Brew Café serves as both a tasty little coffee spot and a feline sanctuary! Stop by for a bite to eat and an hour or two of play time with its friendly and adoptable cats and kittens. Who knows - you may just take one home!

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