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Berwick is a dog-lover's dream! You and your pup can enjoy all that the area has to offer, and use Berwick as the jumping off point to all of Columbia County, Pennsylvania! With four veterinary clinics in a town of under 11,000 residents, you know that animal care is their top priority.
Start your trip to Berwick off right by visiting Berwick Brewing Company, where canines are welcome to join you at their outdoor beer garden while you sample craft brews and classic pubfood favorites!
The Susquehanna Riverlands Loop is a great hike for you and your dog. This 2.8 mile loop takes you pretty far, but the view is gorgeous! Be on the lookout for water fowl, and remember to keep your dog on leash while you're following the trail. If you want the view without the hike, try the Susquehanna River Park. You still get a great look at Susquehanna River, but you can do it from the comfort of benches and picnic tables! There are also shorter paths in the park you can follow with your leashed dog.
Berwick's natural beauty makes it an ideal outdoor vacation spot, and its many pet friendly parks are the icing on the cake!
Test Track Park is a expansive area pawfect for a day with your dog. Leash up to explore this park’s gorgeous features. The two main draws are the historical statuary and plaques, and the river. Test Track Park’s statues include a tank, with information about the area’s military history. The creek is another great attraction! Wading is a popular activity in the warmer months, and even in winter the water provides a great backdrop to pictures or memories. If your dog just needs to work off energy, this is the place to do it. With walking paths that follow the water and some that hit the hills, this park has it all.
You can’t ignore Briar Creek Lake Park’s leading feature: the lake! This view makes it a fantastic place to take the whole crew, while the water itself is pawsome for splashing and wading. There are some picnic tables and other features that modernize the park, such as restroom facilities, but most of the park is very natural. This is great for dogs who just need to work out their energy away from other people. You can walk your shy dog to their heart’s content without getting crowded! On the other paw, you should pack in the things you want, like drinks and snacks for you and your dog.
The Ber Vaughn Park is a large recreation area in the Columbia Park neighborhood of Berwick. This park is divided into distinct areas that serve different purposes. The first is a playground, complete with climbing equipment. Next is a sports area. There's a baseball diamond, but also soccer fields and open space that can be claimed by players of other sports! There's also an open grassy area with picnic tables and shade coverings set up. These sections of the park are connected by a tree lined path. Leash up your pup and walk the path to see everything that Ber Vaughn Park has to offer!
Sponsler Park in the residential area of East Berwick packs a lot into a small space. The park features a gazebo, a playground, and a small "free library" section! The park is popular with local families. Shy dogs may not like how busy this park can be, so if your dog hates being the center of attention it may be best to stick to walking laps around this park. The size of the park means a lap or two could be a good walk for some dogs. If your dog is regularly high energy, you may have to lap it a few more times!
The Evansville MX Park is a little off the beaten path, but definitely a one of a kind dog walking experience. The area is an off roading park! With bright lights and dirt roads, this park is busy on the weekends with all kinds of off roading equipment. If you want to see the show, turn up then. If you’re just looking for a huge, open area to walk your dog, this park is great for that too! Head over in off peak hours to explore the park. Just be sure to clean up after your pup, and keep off the obstacle course!
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