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Dog Areas in Ambridge

6 Parks
6 Shops
2 Groomers

Ambridge is a borough that's located along the shore of the Ohio River, 17 miles from Pittsburgh. The small town was named after the American Bridge Company and continues to bridge its ties with humans to its four-legged residents. Ambridge is always growing, providing residents and pups with new places to play, walk, and get some exercise. The town also has one animal hospital to cater to the health needs of its pups.

The Ambridge Borough Park is the largest park in the city, with a little something for everyone. The developed area of the park provides residents with two enclosed baseball fields, maintained open spaces, picnic shelters, grills, and restrooms. The rest of the park includes rural forests and trails, with over 3 miles of hiking paths made from dirt and gravel. Dogs must remain on a leash while at the park, but have access to water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations.

Economy Park is another dog-friendly park in the city that allows leashed pups inside. The park has over 24 acres of land, including woods, open fields, tennis courts, and trails. Dogs are welcome in the enclosed tennis courts as long as not in use, or can enjoy a decent walk along the winding paths. Additional features of the park include water fountains, restrooms, a pavilion, and benches.

Ambridge offers charm, friendliness, and a beautiful downtown to not only humans but their dogs as well.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ambridge

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    Population Density 4,636/sq mi

    #1 Central Ambridge

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    The Central Ambridge neighborhood is right along the Ohio River, with scenic views of the river and surrounding woods. Inside the neighborhood is Park Road Park, a narrow park that has a mixture of open fields and wooded areas, with shaded sitting areas and grassy spaces for play. The park also has a playground, restrooms, and a paved path that encircles the park. Another park in the neighborhood is the Plum Street Park that rests along the curve of the Big Sewickley Creek. The park has a playground, fishing access, restrooms, and a picnic pavilion. Dogs are welcome at both parks while they remain on a leash.
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    Population Density 4,048/sq mi

    #2 Old Economy Village

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    The neighborhood of Old Economy Village is on the northern part of the city, and is the oldest section of Ambridge. Inside the neighborhood is the P.J. Caul Memorial Park, a small square area that features paved walkways, a gazebo, grassy areas, picnic tables, and benches. The leisurely park is perfect for a relaxing walk or place to play fetch with your pup, and allows leashed pups inside. Don't forget to bring some water and clean-up bags before heading out. If you plan on staying in the neighborhood, then head over to the Cobblestone Inn & Suites, a dog-friendly hotel that allows up to two pets of any size for a small fee.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,473/sq mi

    #3 Ambridge Heights

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    Ambridge Heights is a residential neighborhood filled with homes and apartments. The best place to head in the neighborhood is a park at the corner of Dearborn Street and Essex Avenue that doesn't have an official name. The park is pretty open, and is surrounded by thick woods, with a pavilion, playground, basketball court, swings, and benches. Dogs are not required to be on a leash at this park, although it is not fenced-in. The Ambridge Ballpark is also in this neighborhood, and has one enclosed ballpark and some open space. As long as no teams are playing, dogs are welcome on the ballfield and have access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,803/sq mi

    #4 Baden

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    The small town of Baden is to the north of Ambridge, whose residents come here often thanks to the multiple parks in the town. Baden Park is one of these areas that offers 3 enclosed baseball fields, wooded and open areas, a .5-mile paved path, a gazebo, and benches. The small, but cozy park is a great place to bring Fido, whether you're looking for a place to go for a walk, or run around and play. The Lana Memorial Park is another park in the neighborhood that allows leashed pups, and has a small playground and open space, with dirt trails that travel into the wooded area of the park. Don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags here!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 622/sq mi

    #5 Leetsdale

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    The town of Leetsdale is on the southern border of Ambridge, just 2 miles from the center of the city. Despite the distance, the city gets plenty of visitors thanks to the Morrow-Pontefract Park. This park features a huge green space, with lots of trees and open areas for Fido, a paved path for walking, and a creek that provides fishing access to park visitors. The best part of this park is pups are not required to be on a leash, although be careful since the park is not fenced-in. With benches, trash bins, water fountains, and clean-up stations, Fido will be barking to come back!
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