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Dog Areas in Hockessin

1 Park
4 Eateries
3 Groomers
Hockessin is a small bedroom community in New Castle County, Delaware. Although Hockessin is known as a bedroom community, it also boasts several farms that fill the area. With two veterinarians in town, your dog will be healthy and happy hanging out in this small community.

Take your pup to Swift Park for a fun day out. The park offers a playground, open grass space for fetch, and a few baseball diamonds. There is a great paved walking trail around the park where you and your dog can get a good walk in while you are visiting.

Stop into George and Sons' for a tasty bite to eat with your pup. They feature a wide variety of dishes, including raw options and a full seafood menu. Their lunch and dinner menu also offers sanwiches and small plates, plus they have brunch, and the outdoor patio is hugeand welcomes your furry pal to join you.

Even though Hockessin is a small town, your dog will love every minute exploring all the great activites the two of you can do here!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Hockessin

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    Population Density 1,589/sq mi

    #1 Cornish Hills

    While hanging out in the Cornish Hills neighborhood, make sure to stop into Drip Cafe with your furry pal. They specialize in locally sourced and sustainable ingredients which they use in all their dishes. Their menu includes lighter options, sandwiches and salads. They are open for breakfast and lunch, so if you both are out and about early, this is the perfect place to stop into. Their outdoor patio is a great area to sit down with you furry pal and enjoy a tasty meal together before heading out onto your next adventure. 
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    Population Density 846/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Hockessin

    If you and Fido are in Downtown Hockessin when hunger strikes, check out these dog friendly restaurants you can stop into. The Perfect Cup Cafe offers coffee and light meals, both vegetarian and meat eater friendly with options like salads and sandwiches. They are open for breakfast and lunch, perfect if you're out for an early morning walk. If you both are craving something sweet, try out Rita's Italian Ice. They have dozens of Italian ice flavors that your pup will be drooling to try. Both of these eateries offer dog friendly patios so your pup can dine alongside you.
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    Population Density 2,976/sq mi

    #3 Pike Creek

    Carousel Park is a beautiful spot where you and your pup can get a good walk in. The park offers horseback riding lessons, so be sure your pup is prepared for these magnificent beasts! There's also a lake and a fishing pier, open grass space for a game of fetch, and a pawsome trail for a hike! While visiting this park, your pup needs to stay on leash, and don't forget your clean-up bags. Located in Wilmington, and only five miles out of Hockessin, your dog will love heading over and visiting this park with you by his side.
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    Population Density 6,034/sq mi

    #4 Toughkenamon

    Take your pup out to the Anson B. Nixon Park for an amazing time. This 106 acre park offers great amenities like a pond, playground, and picnic pavilions. There are numerous trails that run throughout this wooded park, perfect if your dog loves exploring. Make sure you dog feels social, since this park is known to hold events and can be very busy at times. Make sure you pup stays on a leash while visiting, and don't forget clean-up bags. Located in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, and only five miles out of Hockessin, your pup will have a great time!
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    Population Density 3,837/sq mi

    #5 Winterthur

    Take Fido on an adventure through the Brandywine Creek State Park. This 933 acre park has a small piece of history in its 19th century stone walls, and is so big, your pup won't know what to do first! There is a popular tulip forest where the two can you can snap photos, and numerous hiking trails where you can get a walk in. Make sure to pay attention to signage since there are some areas in the park that your pup isn't allowed. Keep your dog on a leash here. Located in Wilmington, and only nine miles out of Hockenssin, your pup will love this park.
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