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Dog Areas in Baldwin, PA

Baldwin is a borough that's been swallowed by the spread of Pittsburgh, which means that many of Baldwin's features have Pittsburg addresses. It's become a primarily residential area, with people making it their home base in the Pittsburgh metro area. This is what makes Baldwin such a great place to visit. You're only  a few minutes away from amazing attractions! There are over half a dozen vets and animal hospitals within a fifteen minute drive from Baldwin, even though there aren't any inside the city limits. You can extend this principle to all amenities--whatever you want, Baldwin is close to it! 

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. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Baldwin, PA

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    Population Density 2,791/sq mi

    #1 Horning

    Four minutes from the heart of Baldwin is Snyder Park. This small park brings as little bit of everything to the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Horning. The main draw is a baseball diamond that's fully stocked with both pickup games and amateur leagues. There's a small playground and picnic area. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore Snyder Park with you. The park isn't large enough for walking paths, but walking around the park itself could be a good workout for most pups! High energy dogs might be able to lose some energy watching the crowds come and go in addition to getting exercise.
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    Population Density 2,791/sq mi

    #2 South Park

    Drive three minutes from Baldwin and you'll hit Altoona Grove. This is a great place to take a leashed dog to walk along the trees. There isn't much to see, but if you want to step into nature, you'll never find a better spot for it! If your dog needs a little more, go deeper into the South Park neighborhood to the South Park Dog Park. This large, outdoor dog park in Pittsburgh has separate areas for large and small dogs. The landscape is a little plain, but most dogs will be happy meeting new canine friends every time they visit! Bring a toy if your dog loves fetch more than other pups!
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    Population Density 2,922/sq mi

    #3 Coverdale


    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. 

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    Population Density 4,319/sq mi

    #4 Central Castle Shannon

    Central Castle Shannon is just ten minutes down the road from Baldwin in the town of Castle Shannon. It has two must-see attractions: Hamilton Park and the much more drably named Municipal Park. Hamilton Park is fit for the whole family. Leash your dog up and hit the walking paths. Kids can play at the two tiered playground, suitable for younger and older kids, and there are baseball, tennis, and basketball areas! You can also explore Municipal Park. This park is smaller, with only one real area of interest: the large baseball field. You can walk your dog on the field when not in use. Otherwise, you can walk on the small grassy areas surrounding it, and watch your dog watch the baseball fly!
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    Population Density 4,725/sq mi

    #5 Brentwood


    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. 

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