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Dog Areas in Butler, PA

8 Parks
2 Trails
5 Shops
5 Eateries
9 Groomers
Butler is part of the Greater Pittsburgh Region, but it's something to bark about all on its own! This dog-friendly city has something for everyone. Whether your dream is to dine with your dog by your side, or just to see how much fun you two can sniff out, Butler is the place to go. With six vet clinics, you know your'e always going to be good hands in Butler. 

You can't beat a trip to King Cones Castle! This ice cream palace has 48 flavors, and offers many in regular ice cream or soft-serve style! Best of all, your pup is welcome to join you outdoors! 

The Butler-Freeport Community Trail is a 19.5 mile path that bridges together the two communities of Butler and Freeport. To access the trail in Butler, head to the trailhead on Kaufman Drive. Remember that this trail isn't a loop--you have to walk back as far as you walk in, so plan your trip according to your and your pup's abilities, and bring water for the journey.

Looking for a park instead? Ritts Park is a small park pawfect for dog-walking. It's mostly green space, with plenty of trees for shade and exploration. The park has some benches and a basketball court if you're looking to spend more time than a quick dog walk.

Exploring Butler with your dog sets you up for great memories! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Butler, PA

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    #1 South Side

    Father Marinaro Park has a little bit of something for everyone. Children can play on the simple playground, which has seperate areas for very young children and then older kids. Sports fans can take a portion of the green grass for football or soccer, and there are tennis courts already set up. The main attraction for most dog walkers would be the walking trail, and it's certainly something special! This path winds through trees and runs the entire length of the park! It's also lighted, so you can use the park for extended hours, up til 10pm. This is great news for those late night puppy energy bursts!
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    #2 Institute Hill

    The Kittanning Street Natural Area in the Institute Hill neighborhood of Butler is a great place to go when you just want to get away from the crowds. This park has a few natural trails worn into it, but it's mostly in its natural state. Dogs are allowed so long as you keep them on leash; this area is a refuge for wildlife in the city, and you don't want your pup driving out the locals! This natural area makes a great walking spot. Just remember to bring your own water and a doggie bowl to share in with you. Nature doesn't provide drinking fountains!
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    #3 Castle Heights

    Lower Alameda Park is a small park, perfect for a quick walk with your dog. It's mostly playground, so you can take your kids and walk your dog at the same time. Follow the looped path around the perimeter of the park to get in your exercise early in the morning or late in the evening. Either way, you'll get it. Butler Memorial Park is a far busier place to go! It also has a playground, but it has more space in general. Take your dog on the walking trails to work up a sweat, then chill at the covered gazebo. This park also features a war memorial and some local history plaques.
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    #4 Meridian

    The Butler Township Park is a gorgeous community park pawfect for walking your dog! Leash up and head into the park's wooded trails to feel like you're far away from the hustle and bustle of Butler! This park also features a small fishing pond. Preston Park is another great park in the Meridian neighborhood. This park is huge, covering 88-acres! It also features catch and release fishing, and is a popular spot for picnics and hiking. The loops are dog friendly so long as you keep your pet on leash. When you're sharing the road with cyclists, joggers, and other dog walkers it just makes sense!
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    #5 Highfield


    Highfield Park has baseball diamonds and stands, and is often used for league games. If you're looking for a place to walk your dog in the Highfield area, you can't beat this park. It's convenient location makes up for its simplicity. It doesn't have walking paths or extensive grassy areas, so you're going to be getting your exercise by circling this park. Social dogs will love this--in addition to moving their paws, they can exercise their nose, ears, and eyes by watching the crowds come and go! Early mornings are the best time to hit this park if you'd actually rather have the place to yourself. 

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