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Dog Areas in Aliquippa

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1 Eatery
3 Groomers
Aliquippa is a pawsome place to visit! There are plenty of dog friendly attractions in Aliquippa and the surrounding areas; make this town your home base for exploring this dog-friendly region! There are two animal hospitals in Aliquippa, so your dog will always be in good hands. If you and your pup could use a treat, check out Buster's Ice Cream. They have dog-friendly outdoor tables and plenty of flavors to choose from, some of which are safe for dogs! 

Start your exploration of Aliquippa with a trip to Center Municipal Park. This sports-oriented park is perfect for bringing an active crew. With four baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and open green space for exploring, this park is perfect for activity. If you know your high energy dog is going to keep you going, don't bother with other parks: head straight for Center Municipal! 

You can also explore Louis 'Lefty' Cepull Memorial Park. This park also features a couple of baseball diamonds, but the rest of the park is a large, grassy open area. This is pawfect for picnics, or just letting your pup explore! This park is also a little smaller, which leads to fewer crowds and a better experience for shy dogs. 

Aliquippa is a pawtastic town to explore with your dog! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Aliquippa

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    Population Density 540/sq mi

    #1 Hopewell North

    Hopewell North is home to an amazing park, from which it takes its name. The Hopewell Community Park has a little something for everyone. Kids will love the playground, and the sports fields for basketball and tennis appeal to everyone. There's also a picnic area, and who can say no to that? Your leashed dog will most enjoy a long walk around the park's pond! This almost a mile loop is the perfect way to exercise your dog and get away from crowds at the same time. Bring along a doggie bowl to help your pup drink from the fountains, not the pond!
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    #2 Johnson Street

    Moreell Field in the Johnson Street neighborhood of Aliquippa is a great place to walk your dog! The field is mainly devoted to a baseball diamond, but that leaves plenty of room left over to walk your dog. While the field doesn't have the same amenities of larger parks, it's still worth a visit if you just want to exercise your dog. Its convenient location and impressive size make it a great place to walk your pup without leaving some of the more densely populated areas of Aliquippa. Whether you're looking for a morning or night walk, this is the place for you!
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    #3 Center Township

    Jesse Walker Park is a small, community park in the Center Township neighborhood of Aliquippa. This park is divided into three main sections. The first and most exciting for your dog is an open, grassy space! It's roughly half the size of the park, making it a very roomy place to explore. Let your dog follow their nose through the grass, or just walk some laps in order to get the blood pumping! The second area of the park is the sports area. There's  a blacktop basketball court, hopscotch lines, and room to play four square or other sports. The smallest part of the park is the playground, which has a few simple climbing structures and some swings.
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    #4 West Aliquippa

    The Raccoon Creek Valley Park is a great place off the beaten path. There are a couple of basketball courts, but otherwise the park is left in a very natural state. Most of it consists of wooded areas with paths running through it. It's popular for jogging and hiking, so leash up your dog and prepare to explore! One end of the park does end against Frames Run, so you can get spectacular water views in addition to a workout just getting around! If you have a shy dog, this park is a great destination. There's enough room that you'll never be stuck in a crowd, even at the park's peak hours.
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    #5 Raccoon

    The Beaver County Park Property is a huge, open parkland on the western edge of Aliquippa. Pull off at any Beaver County Park parking lot to start your journey. Each one has access to trails and park land that you can explore with your dog. Despite the remote locations, remember to keep your dog on leash: there aren't any fences, and the area can be wild! Bring in any supplies you need, and particularly remember water for you and your dog. Some of the trails offer views of the Ambridge Reservoir. Wherever you decide to go, pace yourself and stay on the paths to avoid getting turned around!
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