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Dog Areas in Cheltenham

20 Parks
3 Trails
4 Eateries

Charming, tree-lined neighborhoods and excellent recreational opportunities make Cheltenham a puptastic town to visit and live in, for humans and canines alike. Just 20 minutes from Philadelphia, Cheltenham boasts several parks and open spaces that local and visiting doggos can enjoy. This pooch-friendly community also has two veterinary hospitals to keep its critters in tiptop shape.

Puppers are spoiled for choice when it comes to spots for walkies in Cheltenham. Take Fido for a leashed stroll at Grove Park, a 2.9-acre, passive recreation area comprising a long stretch of grass bordered by a creek. Trash receptacles are available on-site, but don't forget to bring your own pick-up bags.

Another furrific spot for taking a leisurely walk with your best friend is the similarly sized Coventry Park. This park features a lightly shaded grass area, some benches, and a paved walking path that travels along a small trickling stream called Mill Run.

Eating out with Fido in tow shouldn't be a problem while you're in Cheltenham, as several restaurants offer dog-friendly outdoor seating. Alexander's Cafe lets you enjoy Polish, American, and Italian fare at their pretty, gated patio, while Anne's Kitchen Table lets you dig into their salads and sandwiches at a cozy sidewalk cafe.

You and your pup are in for a pawsome time in Cheltenham!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cheltenham

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,934/sq mi

    #1 West Wyncote


    Set in the lower level of the Curtis Arboretum, the Curtis Dog Park offers over an acre of fenced-in space where your furry buddy can run off-leash and make new friends. This dog park also has a separate enclosure for smaller dogs, benches for you to sit on while you keep an eye on Fido, and a waste bag dispenser in case you forgot to bring your own mutt mitts. If your pup's not in the mood to socialize, take him for a leashed walk around the picturesque Curtis Arboretum instead. Fido will definitely enjoy exploring the 46-acre site's green hills, wooded areas, and clear ponds.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,777/sq mi

    #2 NE Elkins Park


    If Fido loves taking long walks, he'll have a barking good time at High School Park. Spanning 11 acres, this park houses expansive green fields, native plant communities, wildflower gardens, and shaded trails that meander through wooded areas. Once you and your pooch have worked up an appetite, walk a couple of minutes to Park Plates to grab a bite to eat, and tuck into food inspired by the Middle East and the Mediterranean at one of their dog-friendly outdoor tables. If you'd rather have pizza or pasta, Sicilian Trattoria is just a stone's throw from High School Park and has an alfresco dining area as well.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,174/sq mi

    #3 Historic Wyncote West


    This neighborhood has quite a few parks where you and Fido can go for a relaxing stroll and spend some quality time together. One is Robinson Park, a scenic, 4-acre site surrounded by a quaint stone wall. In the eastern portion of the park, you'll find a large pond with a fountain in the center, and benches and a rustic gazebo around the perimeter. Another spot to check out is the larger Thomas Williams Park, which features athletic courts and playgrounds. A lot of residents walk their dogs at Thomas Williams Park, so there's a good chance that Fido will meet new canine friends while you're there.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,964/sq mi

    #4 Rowland Park / Cheltenham Village


    Experience Cheltenham's natural beauty with Fido at Tookany Creek Park! A furrific place to spend some time in nature, this extensive space is home to open greenways, playing fields, a fishing pond, a walking/jogging trail, and a wooden bridge that crosses over Tookany Creek. There are also numerous trees that provide shade on warm days and benches to relax on. So leash up, pack some food, and enjoy a nice day at Tookany Creek Park. It might be a good idea to bring a towel or some wet wipes, too, in case Fido decides to take a dip in the creek.

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    Population Density 3,903/sq mi

    #5 Parkview


    Part of the Cheltenham Nature Lover's Tour, the Parkview Park is the pawfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of town. Tucked away in a residential neighborhood, this long and narrow strip of wooded area covers 13 acres along the side of a quiet street. Preserved as an open space and natural area, Parkview Park has no amenities other than the soft grass and shady trees, which turn beautiful colors during the fall. If you're looking for a spot to go for a quiet walk or picnic with your four-legged pal, Parkview Park provides a peaceful environment to do just that.

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