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Dog Areas in Bellevue, PA

Bellevue is a borough of Pittsburgh. It's very difficult to tell what's inside and what's outside at a glance, because everything in the boundaries of Bellevue has a Pittsburgh address. Still, ask anyone: Bellevue has its own atmosphere, and that atmosphere favors dogs! There are two veterinary clinics and one animal hospital within a fifteen minute drive from Bellevue, all with Pittsburgh addresses. Dine with your pup at Grille 565, a dog-friendly establishment within the bounds of the Bellevue neighborhood! This restaurant boasts the only liquor license in the borough, so in addition to finely crafted American bistro food, you can have a cocktail with your meal. 

Bayne Park is the place to go in Bellevue. This park is within the bounds of the neighborhood, and handles large crowds daily. If your pup loves to make new friends, or just finds watching the crowds stimulating, this is the park for you. Take the walking paths or relax on a bench next to the sports fields or basketball courts; it has it all! 

Bellevue Memorial Park & Pool are just outside of Bellevue proper in Pittsburgh, but they serve their namesake community very well. No swimming for dogs! Just lots of room to roam! 

Visit Bellevue for the dog-friendly vacation you've been looking for. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bellevue, PA

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    Population Density 4,465/sq mi

    #1 Avalon

    Two minutes from the Bellevue borough is the Avalon Community Park and Pool in Avalon. This pool is an amazing draw that will please your human companions, but not the canines. Instead of cooling off in the water, you can do so under the shade of trees along the walking paths. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the grounds around the pool, or take the path over to the baseball field. The grassy areas around the field are a great place to relax and feel the grass between your toes. The entire loop is long enough to be a quick walk for a high energy dog, or a great walk for a calmer one.
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    Population Density 4,465/sq mi

    #2 Outer Bellevue

    Denny Park and Seville Park are right over the line that separates central Bellevue with the neighborhood of Outer Bellevue; less than a minute separates these destinations! Denny Park has a huge field that fits four soccer fields inside of it. Lapping this park takes a serious commitment! There's also a short path that runs from the parking lot down the side of the park and briefly into the trees. If your dog just wants to walk and walk, this is the park for them. Seville Park is where you should go to please other humans. In addition to a huge baseball field perfect for walking, there's a basketball court and restrooms!
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    Population Density 3,538/sq mi

    #3 West View

    Drive just four minutes from Bellevue and you'll be in West View, next to John W. Farley Playground. This playground is tucked away on a side street at the edge of the more residential parts of West View. It's a great place to go if you're in the area and looking to burn off energy. Locals use it for a quick walk in the morning or evening. It's also a great choice if you need to please the kids as well as the pup. Your dog can enjoy lounging on leash at the picnic tables or walking the perimeter of the park while children climb on the play equipment or shoot hoops.
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    Population Density 1,934/sq mi

    #4 Brighton Heights

    Hop in the car and drive seven minutes from the heart of Bellevue to find Brighton Heights Park and Marmaduke Playground. These Brighton Heights classics offer you two very different experiences in one neighborhood. Brighton Heights Park is a large, open field attached to walking paths which wind through the woods. There's a baseball field and not much else, making it the perfect place to take your leashed dog for a quiet walk. Marmaduke Playground is smaller and livelier! There's a basketball court, tennis court, and some playground equipment as well. There's always something going on, and the crowds provide lots for Fido to see and hear while walking with you!
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    Population Density 3,022/sq mi

    #5 Perry North

    Riverview Park in Pittsburgh's Perry North neighborhood is a ten minute drive that can't be skipped. There's so much here that you can be sure to please everyone with a visit! First, the playground, tennis courts, and basketball courts. They make up the center of the park. From there walking paths branch out and circle the center, so you can choose to wander far afield or go for a quick jog among the trees. Last, but definitely not least, is Riverview Dog Park! This fully fenced in field is huge! There's shade, benches, and trash cans for throwing out waste. Best of all, your pup can run off leash and play with other dogs!
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