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Dog Areas in Delaware City

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Delaware City is a lovely riverfront community in New Castle County, Delaware that's home to just under 2,000 people. The city's rich history is on display in the Historic District, which has more than 200 structures portraying architectural styles from the 19th and 20th centuries. There are also several natural treasures in Delaware City, and exploring these areas with your dog will be one of your favorite activities in town. Whether you're hiking, bird-watching, cycling, or canoeing, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Delaware City. Although there isn't an off-leash dog park in Delaware City, you'll find plenty of on-leash activities to enjoy with your pup in town, and there are several dog parks just a short drive from Delaware City.

Eastern Delaware City is home to Crabby Dick's, a casual dog-friendly restaurant with a menu that has something to offer everyone. They're best known for their delicious seafood dishes, but Crabby Dick's also serves sandwiches, soups, burgers, and much more. The outdoor seating is dog-friendly, so your dog can accompany you while you dine out! Once your meal is complete, it's time for you and Sparky to make the quick trip to one of several nearby dog parks! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Delaware City

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    Population Density 7,929/sq mi

    #1 Windsor Hills

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    The Talley Day Bark Park in northern Wilmington, Delaware is less than half an hour from Delaware City. It's part of Talley Day Park, a large city park with a mile-long walking path, sports fields, picnic facilities, and much more. The off-leash park has big and small dog sections, as well as water fountains and communal dog bowls. There are also seating areas for pet parents throughout the park, as well as doggy bags and waste bins. Talley Day Bark Park is a well-maintained park with a mulch surface, and the community of dog park regulars volunteer their time to keep it such a nice place!
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    Population Density 9,203/sq mi
    Night Walk Safety 6520/100

    #2 West Wilmington

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    The Carousel Farm Off-Leash Area in western Wilmington is just over a 20-minute drive from Delaware City. This dog park doesn't have a fence surrounding it, but it is naturally bordered by trees. There isn't any division for big and small dogs, so be prepared for your Mastiff to make Chihuahua friends. The Carousel Farm Off-Leash Area includes a pond where dogs can swim and splash around with their friends. The grassy areas surrounding the pond are very well-maintained, and there are picnic tables set up throughout the park. Don't forget to bring drinking water and a towel for your pup!
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    Population Density 1,745/sq mi

    #3 Iron Hill

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    Many visitors say the Iron Hill Dog Park in Newark, Delaware is the cleanest dog park they've ever been to, and it's only a 20-minute drive from Delaware City! This fenced, off-leash park has big and small dog sections, and the surface consists of mulch, which makes it easy to clean up after your dog. There's a water fountain for doggos and humans, as well as doggy bags and plenty of seating for pet owners. The rest of Iron Hill Park has activities like playgrounds, hiking trails, and a disc golf course. Your dog can join you in these areas if they're wearing a leash.
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    Population Density 1,907/sq mi

    #4 Lums Pond

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    Lums Pond State Park is a 1,790-acre state park in Bear, Delaware, and it's only 15 minutes from Delaware City. The park has fishing, hiking, picnicking, and disc golf activities, as well as an off-leash dog park. The Lums Pond Dog Park is an unfenced off-leash area with wooded trails, open fields, and even a swimming area for dogs. There's so much space to enjoy at Lums Pond Park that it never feels crowded,  but there is usually a friend or two your dog can play with. Humans will find a variety of seating throughout the park so they can watch their dogs play in comfort.
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    Population Density 177/sq mi

    #5 Southwest Middletown

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    The Levels Road Dog Park is less than half an hour from Delaware City, and it's sure to become a new favorite of yours and your dog's! It's located in the southwestern corner of Middletown, Delaware, near the Maryland-Delaware border, and it has a five-acre section for big dogs and a three-acre section for small dogs. There's lots of green grass and trees for your dog to explore in Levels Road Dog Park, and there are water stations for dogs, too. The off-leash park is part of Charles E. Prince Memorial Park, and your dog can join you on the trails and other areas of the park if they're on a leash.
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