Check out McAnuity Park. This park has something for the whole family, and despite the Pittsburgh address, it's inside the burough of Baldwin! Check out the playground with the kids, or walk your dog around the tennis courts to fascinate them as they watch the ball bounce back and forth!
You can also explore Leland Park. This park is somewhat larger, with more space for you and your dog to stretch your legs. Follow the paths in both parks, and remember to keep your dog on leash!
Baldwin, PA is a star of the Pittsburgh muttropolitan area.
Millennium Park is part of the Coverdale neighborhood of Bethel Park, and just an eight minute drive from Baldwin. This park prizes open space. There are several soccer fields, complete with nets, and other lawn areas perfect for exploring with your dog. Follow the paths at Millennium Park for a woofderful dog walking experience! Mollyhill Park is another option in Coverdale. This park is slightly smaller, and better for shy dogs who don't want to mix with a crowd. There is still a simple loop walking path and plenty of benches if you want to relax and take a load off.
Brentwood is a Pittsburgh neighborhood just ten minutes from Baldwin. Its dog-friendliness is evident in not one, not two, but three parks! Your pet is welcome at all of them provided you keep them on leash. Prospect Park is a small park with a playground and two open fields for soccer and baseball, smaller games, and dog walking! Brentwood Park is organized around sports! There's a real track and field area, complete with bleachers. Your pup isn't welcome in the stands, but there's plenty you can explore outside of it! Follow the paths to the picnic tables and small playground are. You can also explore Elm Leaf Park. This park has wooded paths and simple, open grassy areas for play, but lacks designated sports areas or a playground.