Beaver Falls is a beautiful city in Beaver County. It’s sits on a plateau that overlooks the Beaver River and is surrounded by green rolling hills. Known to many as “a small city with a big heart," Beaver Falls welcomes all, especially those with four legs. It even has a pawsome veterinary clinic that is dedicated to keeping the local pups happy and healthy.
The Beaver Rail Trail is an old corridor of the Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad. Leash up your pup and follow this trail for a puptacular afternoon walk. Your pooch can trot down the asphalt path to get her heart pumping. Just over a mile in length, this trail is flat the entire way. Since this is a multiuse trail, expect to see cyclists, joggers, and other furry friends out for a stroll.
Beaver Falls has two pet friendly places to stay with your pup. If you’re rolling in an RV, make a reservation at the Harts Content Campground. Not only does this place have shaded sites with 30A and 50A hookups, it’s also bursting with amenities. Pets must be leashed when outside of your vehicle. If camping isn’t your thing, book a room at the Park Inn by Radisson. With such furrific options, it’s no wonder dogs love to visit Beaver Falls!
Next time your four legged family member needs a walk, head over to the 37th Street Park and Playground. Don’t be fooled by its size, this park is a perfect place for sniffing, socializing, and just hanging out. Walk around the park’s perimeter, or wander through the garden area. Stop at the gazebo for some people watching. After your walk, stop by Beaver Falls Coffee and Tea Company for a post workout refreshment. This café roasts their own blends and serves up fresh baked goods, soups, and breakfast items. Get yours to go, or dine with your pup at one of the outdoor patio tables.
Tell your pooch she’s going to Bradys Run Dog Park and watch her tail wag with glee. Once she arrives, she can check her leash at the gate and romp around with new four legged playmates. Bring her favorite ball for a game of fetch. This pawsome park has a separate area for small dogs and a stream for splashing. It’s located inside the 2,000 acre Bradys Run Park. When she’s done playing, clip on her leash and explore the miles of trails that weave in and around the park. When it’s time to go home, she’ll be all tuckered out and ready for a nap!
If your pup is begging for walk, grab his leash and head over to the Brush Creek County Park. This massive park has everything your dog could ask for, open fields, miles of walking trails, a stream, and a lake for added beauty. Your furry BFF will love strutting his stuff around this park while getting in some doggy cardio. There are three main trails; the East Trail is 1.7 miles, the West Trail is 2.6 miles, and the Creek Trail is 1.3 miles. No matter which one you follow, you’ll come across scenic wooded areas. Be sure to snap a photo with your pup on the covered bridge.
The Lucky Paws Pet Resort is a place where canine dreams come true. It is located 25 minutes southeast of Beaver Falls in Freedom. This pawsome resort has both indoor and outdoor dog parks, so your pooch can play with his mates all year long. The outdoor park has a large grassy area featuring tunnels, hills, and play equipment. It even has a 3,000 square foot swimming pool just for dogs- no humans allowed! The indoor dog park has non-skid rubber flooring that’s gentle on joints and paws. Your pal will enjoy large toys, a waterfall and even a big screen TV. Good luck trying to get him to leave this place! Be aware that your pup will need to be current on all vaccinations to enter the dog park.