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Dog Areas in Alverton

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Alverton, Pennsylvania is a farming community that turned into a major exporter of coal. This mining town has been around since the 1700s and is strongly influenced by the Mennonite community. The first hotel was built in the early 1900s and is now an apartment complex. This family-oriented community is the perfect place for pets and their parents! While Alverton doesn't have its own off-leash dog park, it does have some green spaces where you can enjoy a calm stroll with your leashed dog.

Just two miles down the road, you will found Mount Pleasant, home to Evergreen Drive-In. The best part is, you can bring your dog with you to catch a double feature! All they ask is that you keep your dog on a leash and quiet during the movie. You can either bring a blanket and sit outside, or watch the movie from your car. This retro drive-in also has a concession stand with all your favorite movie snacks. 

Before you head to the drive-in, stop by Suzy's Frozen Custard and grab a sweet treat to-go. They have all your favorite creamy flavors, and you can even bring your dog with you to enjoy them!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Alverton

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    Population Density 298/sq mi

    #1 Three Mile HIll Road

    Mount Pleasant, just two miles from Alverton, is the perfect place to go for a doggie dinner date! It's home to Nino's Restaurant. The staff here is welcoming and friendly to all customers -- both human and canine! Both the front and back patios are open to pets; the back has smoking while the front does not. The fare is classic Italian. Grab a chicken parm in the dining room that was once a farmhouse speakeasy. The menu also has vegan and gluten-free options for you to choose from. You and Fido will leave with a full belly and a wagging tail!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 298/sq mi

    #2 Southwest

    While you are in Mount Pleasant, take your pup for a stroll along the Coal and Coke Trail. This trail, converted from an abandoned railroad corridor, follows along the former route of the Southwest Pennsylvania Railroad. You and your pooch can enjoy plenty of natural beauty along this six-mile trail. As part of the Rails-to-Trails system, this paved trail is well taken care of. Make sure you bring water with you for your adventures along the trail. Keep your dog on her leash. Please clean up after you dog so that the trail stays enjoyable for everyone.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 673/sq mi

    #3 South Greensburg

    Greensburg is just thirteen miles from Alverton. It has a few dog-friendly places, one of which is Five Star Trail. This is an eight-mile trail that, like the Coal and Coke Trail, was once a railroad corridor, but is now part of Pennsylvania Clean Ways. The idea was to provide everyone with a safe place to get out and enjoy the fresh air, beautiful scenery, and the benefits of being active. You and your dog will love the area because it is a natural walking trail. You will have to keep your pet on his leash. Make sure you bring doggie waste bags and lots of bottled of water with you.
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    Population Density 673/sq mi

    #4 Northside

    Twin Lakes Park in Greensboro is also known as Northside Park. This is a fun family park where you can bring the whole pack to play! You will find ponds to fish in, trails to walk, and even playgrounds to play on. The best part is the off-leash dog park, where you can let your dog off his leash so he can sniff out some new furry friends! The dog park provides doggie waste bags, water fountains, and lots of shaded areas to sit and watch your dog play. It is a tail-waggingly good place to run and romp!
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    Population Density 673/sq mi

    #5 Downtown Greensburg

    Sun Dawg Cafe in Greensburg is a dog-friendly restaurant where you can bring your dog to enjoy a meal. From open-faced omelets to Thai red curry bowls, you are sure to find your new favorite dish. You will need to keep your dog on his leash while you are here. Aggressive dogs and their owners will be asked to leave. This local favorite is open until 4 PM most days, but stays open for dinner (until 9 PM) on Thursdays and Fridays. It's also a great spot for Saturday morning breakfast! One of the best places to sit in on the patio, where you and Fido can enjoy the quiet of the morning together. Bone appetite!
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