Experiencing local fall colors with your dog (Video)

Fall, vibrant leaves, cooler temperatures, hiking with your dog is fantastic in the autumn. Many local parks and areas are available for you and your dog to explore. While exploring, why not bring a camera or your cell phone to record your experiences.

Ft. Amanda State Park is a great place to walk along the river and take in the river and the granite marker which was erected in 1915 at the site of the original fort being used for the War of 1812. There are ravines and facilities with picnic tables for your convenience. It is located southwest of Lima on state route 198.

There is an Agerter Road Access park for those that would like to canoe or fish, it encompasses three acres. Remember if your dog likes to swim, take necessary precautions to have a safe outing. A life jacket for your four legged friend should be a necessity.

If more walking is to you and your dog's liking, try Deep Cut Park at 22900 SR 66 south of Spencerville. This park follows the Miami Erie Canal and has forty five miles of trails. This park is also horse friendly so you may be encountering some different four legged friends.

While hiking with your dog, remember sun screen for you, insect repellent for you and your dog, and bring adequate bowls for water. You can pack your lunch and enjoy the outdoors for the day. There are maps that can help make you and your hike with your dog more enjoyable. All these attractions within a short distance of Lima is fantastic.

Color of autumn, your favorite dog, supplies, and a good camera is sure to bring you a great day.

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Also remember to have your dog up to date on vaccinations and your county dog license on your dog.

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