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Dog Areas in Berwyn, PA

5 Parks
3 Eateries
1 Groomer

Just 20 miles away from the hustle and bustle of Philadelphia, the small town of Berwyn seems a world away. Residents of this quiet, peaceful community enjoy a high quality of life, excellent schools, and close proximity to shopping, restaurants and puptastic outdoor recreation activities. If your furry friend needs to visit a vet, there’s an animal clinic in Berwyn to make sure you pooch stays in tip top tail-wagging shape!

There’s tons of tail-wagging fun for dogs and their humans in and around Berwyn! The 48-acre Crabby Creek Park is a pawsome place for a leashed walk with your furry friend. This scenic forested area has a nature trail that meanders through beautiful trees and vegetation and near its namesake creek. 

If you’re visiting the area and need a place to stay with your pooch, the Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Valley Forge welcomes pets overnight for a small fee.

For eats in Berwyn, check out the McKenzie Brew House! This fur-iendly brewpub serves up craft beers and favorites like Cottage Shepherd Pie and Miso Umami Bowls. Yum! Grab an outdoor table with Fido, and enjoy!

With all the fun, pet-friendly things to do in and around Berwyn, this town gets two paws up!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Berwyn, PA

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    Population Density 937/sq mi

    #1 Leopard/ Waterloo Mills

    Looking for a peaceful outdoor adventure with your furry friend? Visit the Leopard/ Waterloo Mills neighborhood! This area is home to Natural Lands Trust's Sharp's Woods Preserve, a puptastic 27-acre natural area perfect for a day with Fido. Leash your pup and trek down the three miles of nature trail that wind through the beautiful hardwood forest and near the scenic Darby Creek. You and your pup will have a blast taking in all the sights and smells of the meadows and wetlands you encounter, too. Keep an eye out for wildlife that frequent the area! Foxes, deer, toads and waterfowl are common sights along the trail. The area is also a pawpular destination for wildflower and fall foliage viewing.
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    Population Density 547/sq mi

    #2 Cedar Hollow/ Howellville

    You and Fido have your pick of parks in the Cedar Hollow/ Howellville neighborhood! This area is home to so many woofderful canine hangouts, like the George Lorimer Preserve! This 88-acre natural habitat is a pawsome place to walk your leashed dog and explore stunning open meadows, hardwood stands and marshlands. Hop on the natural surface trail that loops through woodlands, around a serene pond and through open fields. In the spring, the preserve has a breathtaking display of wildflowers! There are tons of other furrific parks and green spaces to visit with your leashed pup in this neighborhood, including Teegarden Park, Cedar Hollow Preserve, Cedar Hollow Park and D’ambrosio Park.
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    Population Density 595/sq mi

    #3 King of Prussia Town Center

    Want a walk with Fido with a healthy dose of history? Look no further than King of Prussia’s Town Center neighborhood, about five miles from Berwyn! There, you and your leashed dog can visit Valley Forge National Historic Park, a furrific place to learn about the historic winter encampment of George Washington’s Continental Army in the Revolutionary War. Strolling through the park on the paved foot trail, you and your pup can view original cabins, farm houses, structures, monuments, and maybe even spot some wildlife! Be sure to bring your own cleanup baggies, as tidying up after your pet is an absolute must-do at this national park.
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    Population Density 661/sq mi

    #4 Newtown Square Town Center

    Tail-wagging trails is the name of the game in the Newtown Square Town Center neighborhood, just five miles from Berwyn. You and your leashed dog will love getting some exercise on this neighborhood’s paved 1.1-mile Liseter Trail that meanders through the area and near the undeveloped Newton Meadow Preserve. This area is also home to the one-mile Goshen Trail. The gravel, multiuse trail runs through woofderful forested areas and meadows, next to wetlands, and near beautiful historic homes. There’s plenty of shade on this trail, making it a pawpular dog walking location in warmer months. There are benches along the way, too, so you and Fido can stop and take in the scenery.
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    Population Density 414/sq mi

    #5 Edgemont/ Gradyville

    Ready for a puptastic day out outdoor fun? Visit Newtown Square’s Edgemont/ Gradyville neighborhood! About five miles from Berwyn, this neighborhood’s 2,606-acre Ridley Creek State Park is a furrific place with tons of space for outdoor adventure! Hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing, camping and wildlife watching are pawpular activities at this state park. There are also woofderful picnic areas perfect for family gatherings! There will be tons of tail wagging as you and your leashed dog explore the 13 miles of pawesome trails that meander through verdant forests and meadows. Check out the White Trail that winds close to the scenic waters of Ridley Creek.
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