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Dog Areas in Archbald

5 Parks
1 Trail
Archbald is a small borough in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. The Lackawanna River runs through Archbald, perfect if your dog loves playing in the water. There are no veterinarians in Archbald, but there are two in Blakely that your dog can visit.

Station Park is a lovely little area to visit with your pup. The park offers tons of grass space that you and Fido can play fetch on or have a picnic, plus there is a nice paved walking path around the park that you can use for a good walk.

If Fido wants to go on a hike, check out the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail. This pawsome trail is 17.9-miles long with a mixture of asphalt and crushed stone trail surfaces. The trail follows the Lackawanna River, and will take you through a variety of different wooded areas. The trail is broken down into three different sections, all with a different length, so make sure to figure out which one you want to start on before heading out to hike.

Your dog will love being in Archbald with you and checking out all the great amenities that come with this pawsome borough.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Archbald

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 290/sq mi

    #1 Scranton Carbondale Highway

    The Archbald Pothole State Park is a 150-acre park that is perfect to go and hang out at with your furry pal. The park offers great amenities like disc golf, biking, horseback riding, and camping. You can bring a kayak or canoe and play on the river, or take advantage of the numerous hiking trails that run throughout the state park. Your dog needs to stay on leash while you are at the park, and participate in a "leave no trace" style, so make sure to clean-up everything from yourself and your dog.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 102/sq mi

    #2 Eynon Jermyn Road/ Highland Blvd S

    The Ed Staback Memorial Park is a great spot to visit if your dog likes exploring. The park offers a baseball diamond and tons of open grass space for fetch or a picnic with your furry pal. There are tennis courts, basketball courts, and a playground in the park, plus take advantage of the hiking trail that runs thoughout the park and get a good hike in with your furry pal by your side. Make sure to keep your dog on a leash while you are visiting the park, and don't forget to bring water and clean-up bags along with you.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 282/sq mi

    #3 Sturges

    The Archbald Boro Playground is a smaller park in the Sturges neighborhood that you can hang out at with you furry pal. This fenced in park has great amenities, like a playground, basketball courts, and a gazebo for shade. Take a walk around the park on the pathway that is provided, or play a game of fetch on the open green space in the park. The park does not have any trees, so be sure to bring plenty of water along with you. Make sure to keep Fido on a leash while you are visiting, and don't forget your clean-up bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 154/sq mi

    #4 N Main Street/ Harrison Street

    The Jason Corazzi Memorial Dog Park is a great park to let Fido run free and meet some new friends. The dog park offers crushed stone to run on and is surrounded by trees to help provide shade. There are benches scattered throughout the park for owners to sit on, and the park is open from dawn until dusk seven days a week. Make sure to bring water and clean-up bags with you to the park since none is provided for you. Your pup will have a great time running around off leash at this dogtastic new park with you by his side.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,872/sq mi

    #5 Hudson Street

    Head over to the Aylesworth Park with your furry pal by your side. This 252-acre space features great amenities like a four-acre lake, pavilion for shade, and a picnic area with grills. There is a trail that circles the lake that you and Fido can walk along, or if you want to go a little deeper, take advantage of the numerous hiking trails that run throughout this huge park. Your dog needs to stay on leash while visiting, and don't forget your clean-up bags. Located in Jermyn, and only two miles out of Archbald, your dog won't mind the small car ride to this pawsome park.
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