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Dog Areas in Bloomsburg

3 Parks
1 Trail
7 Shops
7 Eateries
5 Groomers
Bloomsburg serves as the county seat and the main attraction in Columbia County, Pennsylvania. Follow your nose to this dog-friendly center of commerce and residential life! There are three vet clinics in Bloomsburg, including a full service animal hospital, meaning you're never far from medical help in Bloomsburg! 

Check out Berrigan's Sub Shop for dog-friendly service at an outdoor table, and enjoy their local legend subs! Whether you're looking for something piled high with hot meats, or opt for their cold sandwich options, this will have you begging for more. 

Bloomsburg Town Park brings together everything you want from a great community park. The first thing your dog will notice is the large open fields! Explore any that aren't currently in use as a picnic spot or soccer pitch! The park also features a playground, tennis courts, basketball courts, and even a water feature pond! 

Looking for local charm? The Inn at Turkey Hill offers a modest pet fee that allows you to keep your dog by your side. You can also check out Econo Lodge Bloomsburg if you prefer the lower cost of a chain. 

Bloomsburg lets you build the vacation, or the life, that you want for yourself and for your dog. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bloomsburg

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    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #1 Fernville

    The Fernville Family Park is a fantastic place to take your dog! The main draw in this park is the creek. It’s deep enough for swimming! Your dog has to stay on leash, even while wading, but it’s still a great way to cool off! In addition to the creek, the park offers a couple of short but nice bike paths. Share the road with cyclists and mix and match routes to create the workout you’re looking for! If you have to satisfy a diverse group, you can also check out the park’s playground and shaded picnic tables. There’s something for everyone here!
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    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Bloomsburg

    It's not hard to find good eats in Bloomsburg! Downtown Bloomsburg has two dog-friendly restaurants you have to try when you're in town. West End Ale Haus elevates the pub food craze to new heights with over twenty different varieties of wings! You can also get other pub favorites, from fish and chips to burgers, and over 35 beer varieties on tap and bottled! For dessert, head to Brennan's Big Chill. This classic dessert parlor serves handmade ice cream in an assortment of flavors, more than 42, with some rotating daily! Both restaurants offer pet friendly outdoor dining options, so your pet is always welcome.
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    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #3 Light Street

    Kocher Park in the Light Street neighborhood is a must-see if you’re in the area. This midsize park makes you feel like you’re away from it all! There’s creek access perfect for wading or swimming. The trails run along the water and up into the trees and some mild hills, so you can workout if you want to. Your dog will love sniffing out every inch of this property, which is mostly left in its natural state. You should bring your own supplies; not only is Kocher Park the pawfect place for a picnic, the lack of amenities ensures you’ll be glad you were prepared.
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    Population Density 2,848/sq mi

    #4 West Catawissa

    Just a 15 minute ride from Bloomsbury is the neighborhood of West Catawissa in Catawissa.  This neighborhood contains the entrance to State Game Lands Number 58. The primary purpose of these lands are hunting, but they’re open to anyone for exploring. Just to be sure to keep your dog on leash as you explore the State Game Lands! That will help keep you and your pup out of trouble. Before you head into the lands, make sure that you and your dog are wearing bright colors. Stick to the trails and roads as well; there's plenty of beauty to find, and you won't scare off prey for others!
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    Population Density 3,087/sq mi

    #5 Ridgeville

    Just 12 minutes from Bloomsbury is Myron Hopewell Memorial Park. This park is the dream for energetic dogs who like to go the distance. While the park does have a gazebo and green meadows to roll around in, its mostly trails. There are three different loops at three difficulty levels: the Down and Dirty Loop, the Up and Out Loop, and the Kitchen Sink Loop. For the longest walk, take the Kitchen Sink Loop! It combines hills and flat trails into the longest walk available. Just be sure to bring your own water. These natural trails don’t have drinking fountains!
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