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Dog Areas in Coplay

3 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
1 Groomer

The old farming town of Coplay is 6 miles north of Allentown, right along the Lehigh River. The area was once a prominent farming area, but during the early 1900s, it became an industrial town, with a large immigration period from multiple countries like Germany, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, and Poland. Whatever breed your pup is, Coplay is sure to make you and your pup feel right at home, with lots of dog-friendly outdoor activities.

Saylor Park is the most well-known park of the city, and provides a quiet and safe place to take Fido for a walk or some outdoor exercise time. The area rests on the bank of the Lehigh River, surrounded by trees that offer lots of shade and privacy, with paved walking trails, benches, water fountains, and trash bins.

The Coplay Sports Field Complex is a flat area with 3 different fenced-in baseball fields, open space, and a picnic area for park goers. Leashed pups are welcome in the park, and can enjoy a nice walk along the paved walking path, or the option to play in the enclosed fields. Additional features include water fountains, restrooms, benches, nighttime lights, and clean-up stations.

Although the nearest veterinarian is in Whitehall, 1 mile north of Coplay, the town still takes care of its four-legged residents and is still expanding on new parks and trails.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coplay

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,298/sq mi

    #1 Coplay

    Coplay is a small town along Lehigh River. Inside the town is the Coplay Parkway. The park area has different recreational fields, liked a fenced-in baseball field and tennis courts, with open space, sprawling trees, and a public pool. Dogs are welcome in the park to play in the open field and in the fenced-in fields, as long as they remain on a leash, and have access to water fountains, picnic tables, and trash bins. The park connects to the Ironton Rail Trail, a 9.2-mile trail that wraps around Coplay and runs along the Lehigh River, made from asphalt and concrete. Dogs must be on a leash while walking along the trail, and you will need to remember to bring water and clean-up bags.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,824/sq mi

    #2 Hokendauqua

    The small town of Hokendauqua is the southern neighbor of Coplay, only a mile from Coplay's downtown area. Coplay residents often come to the town thanks to the Hokendauqua Park & Playground, which has over 10 acres of green space, recreational areas, and a fishing-friendly creek that cuts through the park. The park has 3 enclosed baseball fields, a soccer field, a basketball court, and multi-purpose fields available for humans and leashed pups to play in. There's a playground, a public pool, a picnic pavilion, and fishing spots along the creek, with additional amenities like water fountains, restrooms, benches, and trash bins.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,210/sq mi

    #3 Northampton Howertown Rd


    The Northampton Howertown Road neighborhood is across the Lehigh River from Coplay, only 1.5 miles away. The neighborhood gets pretty popular thanks to the neighborhood's dog park, known  as the Allen Township Dog Park, which has an acre of fenced-in land for pups to run around off-leash. There are separate areas for small and large dogs, double-gated entrances, water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins. The park is perfect for letting your dog run around and play, and if you need a place to just go for a nice walk, the park connects to the Nor-Bath Trail. The dog-friendly trail is made from concrete and extends east and west of the city for over 7 miles.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,090/sq mi

    #4 Laubach Canal

    The Laubach Canal neighborhood is a northern residential community in Northampton, 3.2 miles from Coplay. The area has an abundance of dog-friendly parks, like the Northampton Municipal Park, which has 8 acres of open space, and a trail that encompasses the area. The area requires pups to remain on a leash, but provides a playground, fenced-in basketball court, shaded sitting areas, and water fountains. The Northampton Athletic Association is another dog-friendly place to bring Fido, although the area is packed with 4 different baseball diamonds that are fenced-in, with water fountains, benches, and restrooms. Dogs can play in the open area or in the baseball fields, as long as they remain on a leash and no teams are playing.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,145/sq mi

    #5 Lehigh Valley

    Lehigh Valley is a quiet residential neighborhood along the Lehigh River in Northampton, 4 miles east of Coplay. The community Wayne A. Grube Memorial Park, known as the largest park in the city, provides 3 different picnic pavilions and recreational fields. The area has over 15 acres of open grassy fields, backed by dense forests along the Catasauqua Creek. There are multiple playgrounds, a gazebo, creek access for fishing and swimming, and over a mile of trails. Whether walking along the paths with Fido, or playing in the open fields, your pup will be rolling over to come back. Additional features available to humans and leashed pups include water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.
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