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Dog Areas in Collingdale

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Collingdale has managed to preserve the charm of small town life in a way that locals feel the rest of the world should emulate. In the 2010 census, the population of Collingdale was only five hundred people more than the town had boasted in the 1940s! This makes this little patch one of Pennsylvania's best kept secrets. Let your pup sniff out adventure in Collingdale; there's an animal hospital just a two minute drive across the border in Sharon Hills, and two more within ten minutes. The area is well served by the larger community around it! 


Recreational Park in Collingdale might not have the most imaginative name, but there's plenty to do to foster imagination in children! The extensive playground, complete with a jungle gym, makes this park a popular destination for Collingdale residents. Your dog will enjoy the paved walking paths that make it easy to stretch your legs! Collingdale Park is an even larger option in this small town. A good deal of the space is given over to a baseball diamond and other sports fields. It has a little something for everyone, from baseball and basketball to picnic tables, open lawn space, and a simple loop path around the park. 

Explore Collingdale with your pup by your side! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Collingdale

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    Population Density 11,098/sq mi

    #1 Darby

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    Bartram Park is just six minutes from the heart of Collingdale. It's a gorgeous, natural park with a walking path that runs along the edge of Darby Creek! Your dog is welcome to try wading in the cool water as long as they stay on leash, just as they have to be everywhere else in Bartram Park. This park's natural beauty is immense, and it's a trade off for beauty vs convenience. You'll have to bring in your own water, as this park lacks drinking fountains. Waste bags also have to be provided by you as you make sure to leave the park as you found it.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,075/sq mi

    #2 Garrett Rd/ Morgan Ave

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    Lower Swedish Cabin is just a seven minute drive from Collingdale. This historical landmark features the oldest Swedish cabin in the United States. Given the history of the area, this provides a great starting point for culture. Dogs aren't allowed to join you in the cabin, but the grassy space outside of it is a great place to go to relax or walk. The park isn't as popular with children as others in the area, so it provides a simpler and more relaxing experience. You could also bring a friend and take turns holding the dog so you can check out the interior! 

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    Population Density 3,114/sq mi

    #3 Primos

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    Taking the eight minute drive from Collingdale to the Primos neighborhood of Springfield is more than worth it. Crowell Park is a fun place to take the whole family! There's a baseball diamond, public pool, and basketball courts. The most attractive feature to your dog will probably be the large track that loops the baseball diamond. This track is used by joggers, bikers, and dog-walkers to log some steps in! Your dog has to be on leash in the park, but with so much to do, it won't hold you back. Relax after your workout at the picnic tables near the entrance.
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    Population Density 8,405/sq mi

    #4 Glenolden

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    Two minutes from the heart of Collingdale is the neighboring community of Glenolden. Glenolden Park is the star of the show, and definitely worth the trip over! This park is behind the Glenolden Library and sees a lot of foot traffic. There are three walking paths that branch off through the park, so you and your leashed dog can explore a different way to travel every time you visit! The park also has sports fields, with room for soccer, baseball, and American football. If you want to keep careful track of exactly how far you've gone, there's a quarter mile track around the football field!
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    Population Density 7,379/sq mi

    #5 Norwood

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    Norwood Lower Park is a hop, skip, and nine minute drive from Collingdale. This park is 80% baseball diamonds! There are four baseball diamonds in the park, and there's almost always a team practice or a little league game going on. If your dog isn't a fan of the hustle and bustle, stick to area closest to the entry way. There are basketball courts and a small playground, but they tend to lack the cheering crowds of baseball games! If you're up for a long walk, follow the perimeter of the park around all four of these fields and feel the burn!
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