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Dog Areas in Ambler

23 Parks
8 Trails
30 Shops
18 Eateries
3 Groomers

In 1856, Ambler, Pennsylvania was the site of a great train wreck which killed 59 people and injured dozens more. At the time, it was known as one of the worst train wrecks in history. A woman named Mary Johnson Ambler, who lived in the area, walked two miles from her home every day to provide supplies and assist those who were hurt. She even turned her home into a hospital. It was after this self-sacrificing woman that Ambler took its name when the settlement was officially incorporated. The loving, caring attitude can be seen in the way that the town cares for its animals. This small town has six vets within the city limits. 

It's also home to some furrific recreational spaces for you and Fido to explore. Ambler Borough Park is a great family park where you can peacefully walk your dog. You'll both enjoy spending a quiet moment in nature together as you venture over the footbridges and down the paths along the quiet stream. There are also playgrounds for both toddlers and bigger kids. 

Pen Ambler Park has a great running trail that takes you through some nice shaded areas. You can take your dog with you as long as you keep him on his leash. You can also bring your kids with you to play on the playground. There are public restrooms and picnic areas for everyone to enjoy.

Ambler is the pawfect place for dog owners looking for a tight, close-knit community!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ambler

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    Population Density 1,594/sq mi

    #1 Dillon Road

    Mondauk Common Park is a great getaway for you and your dog. You will have to keep him on his leash, but you can walk the trails here. There are Poké Stops throughout the park for those on a quest to catch 'em all, as well as wi-fi. You can catch a game at the ball fields. Some parts of the park do not allow dogs, including the playgrounds and the pavilions. Pay close attention to signage. Be sure to bring your own drinking water. Doggie waste bags are not provided, but there are trash cans throughout the park, even on the trails.
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    #2 Bethlehem Pike

    Fireside Bar and Grill will let you bring your dog with you to enjoy a nice meal. It is a sports bar type of atmosphere. You can catch the game on the big screen with your friends. Snack on classics such as wings and cheese fries, or grab a burger or a slice of pizza. There are many options to fill your belly with. Your dog can dine with you as long as he is on a leash. The staff will even serve your dog if you bring his dish! The downside is that it does get loud, especially on game day, so be sure your dog can handle the extra commotion.
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    #3 Church Street

    Knight Park is a quiet suburban park and the pawfect place to take your doggo for walkies. There is a paved walking trail where you can take a walk and relax. The "tot lot" welcomes toddlers and children to play, so feel free to bring the family. There is also a skate park. You will need to keep your dog on a leash while you are here. There are trash cans throughout the park, but you will need to bring your own doggie waste bags. The wildflowers that grow here in the spring tend to draw a large crowd. This is a good park for every member of the family, fur babies included!
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    Population Density 1,594/sq mi

    #4 Butler Pike

    Trax Restaurant and Cafe is a pawtastic restaurant that fits right into the history of Ambler. It is housed in a retired train car. You can bring your dog with you to eat seasonal dishes -- the menu changes based on what's in season. The locals rave about the bacon Brussels sprouts. The patio seating is large enough for you and your dog to relax without feeling crowded. You will need to bring your own dish for your pup. A leash is required for all pups. If you are craving authentic American foods, you'd be barking mad to miss this joint!
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    Population Density 1,594/sq mi

    #5 Butler Ave

    From the Boot started out as a carry-out restaurant, and has since become a local hit. This furtastic diner has expanded and now has great patio seating where you can bring your dog with your to enjoy dinner. They have a full-service bar that features wine and beer of all sorts. You can bring your dog with you to meet up with friends, as long as he is on a leash. You will want to bring your own dish for him so that he can have some water while you wait.
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