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Dog Areas in Coopersburg

3 Parks
1 Trail
6 Shops
2 Eateries
1 Groomer

The homely town of Coopersburg is only 8 miles from downtown Allentown, backed by thick woods to the southeast and farmland to the southwest. The area has been around since the early 1700s and has always had a small population, but has gained plenty of attention from dog lovers thanks to being the hometown of the author of Marley and Me. The town still loves all its rambunctious and well-behaved pups, and provides multiple parks and one animal hospital for them.

Dog walkers and their pups can head to the Living Memorial Park to fill their outside needs. The area is made up of rolling green hills and recreational fields, with over 8 baseball diamonds of different sizes and some fenced-in, paved walkways, restrooms, and a picnic area. Dogs are welcome in the ballfields to run around and play as long as they remain on a leash. Additional features include water fountains, trash bins, clean-up stations, benches, and nighttime lights.

For those looking for something closer to nature, the Moyers Lake and Campground is a dog-friendly place to bring Fido out to play or spend the night camping. The area contains a small field along Moyers Lake, providing open space, a picnic area, a boat launch, a fishing pier, and dog-friendly swimming holes. The camping spots are dog-friendly, with trash bins and benches, but require dogs to remain on a leash at all times.

From small downtown life to nature adventures in the woods, Coopersburg provides all and more than you and Fido need to be happy living in this town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coopersburg

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,478/sq mi

    #1 Coopersburg

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    Coopersburg is a small town, but it still has plenty of options to take Fido out and about. One of the options available is the Meadowlands Recreation Area, which provides a large open space with thick trees and a small creek that runs through it. People can fish in the park while their dogs play in the open area. Although Fido does not need to be on a leash inside the area, you will need to remember to bring water and clean-up bags. Also in the city is a dog-friendly shop known as The Inside Scoop, which offers residents and pups ice cream cones and shakes. There are vanilla options for pups, and dog-friendly seating outside when you want to munch with Fido.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,832/sq mi

    #2 Center Valley Center

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    The Center Valley Center neighborhood in Center Valley is 1 mile north of Coopersburg. The area gets pretty busy thanks to the large, dog-friendly park known as the Upper Saucon Township Community Park. The park has over 50 acres of recreational fields and open space, intertwined with dense patches of forests, over a mile of paved walkways, a picnic area, and a pavilion. The recreational fields include fenced-in baseball fields, enclosed tennis courts, and a soccer field, which allow dogs to play on them as long as no teams are playing and dogs remain on a leash at all times. Additional features of the park include water fountains, nighttime lights, benches, clean-up stations, and trash bins.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 781/sq mi

    #3 Lanark

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    Lanark is a small residential neighborhood on the eastern side of Center Valley, located just 4 miles north of Coopersburg. The area is popular among dog walkers thanks to the abundance of natural parks, like the South Mountain Big Rock Park. This park is filled with thick forests, over 2 miles of natural and concrete hiking trails, and a sightseeing area to view the large natural rock formations in the park. There's a small patch of open space on the north side of the park, with a playground, benches, and picnic tables. Dogs do not have to be on a leash inside the park, although you should remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,721/sq mi

    #4 Alton Park

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    Alton Park is a largely residential neighborhood with rows of homes and bustling streets in the city of Allentown, 9.3 miles north of Coopersburg. The area takes up 245 acres of land, filled with pretty forests and recreational areas along the Lehigh River. Leashed pups can enjoy the open space for running around and playing, or can take a long walk along one of the 6 miles of trails that run along the river. There is access to the river for fishing, swimming, and boating activities, with a playground, water fountains, clean-up stations, trash bins, benches, a picnic area, and grills in the open spaces.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,311/sq mi

    #5 South Poplar

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    The neighborhood of South Poplar is a busy suburban area to downtown Allentown, and just 10 miles north of Coopersburg. The residential neighborhood has multiple dog-friendly parks, like Trout Creek Park and Mountainville Memorial Park. Trout Creek Park is the best one to go to, thanks to its large open space and dense forests available for exploration and play. There is a .4 mile paved path that runs through the open space and forested area, with sightseeing of Trout Creek and access to fishing and swimming spots. The open area of the park has enclosed tennis courts, a playground, a baseball field, restrooms, and a picnic area. Leashed pups will love the number of dog-friendly activities in the park and will also have access to features like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.
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