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Dog Areas in Coraopolis

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Just west of Pittsburgh is the borough of Coraopolis, where almost 6,000 people call home. It's known for its elegant old homes, steep hills, and brick streets that are ideal for exploring on foot with your pup by your side. While Pittsburgh and its many veterinary offices are only about a 20-minute drive from Coraopolis, there are also a handful of vets within Coraopolis to keep your beloved pet in tip-top health. 

After a long day of walking the hilly streets of Coraopolis when it's time to grab a bite, pop into Kip's Ice Cream. Kip's was named after a sweet German Shepherd, and much of the shop is dog-themed, so you and your pet will feel right at home. You can even bring in a picture of your dog that they'll post on their bulletin board, and it'll fit right in with all of the other dog pictures, art, and sculptures around the shop. Not only do they serve excellent homemade ice cream and other sweet treats, but they also serve pup cups so your dog can have a treat, too. Whether you live in Coraopolis or you're just visiting, you'll quickly realize that it's a very pet-friendly place to be that both you and Spot will love!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Coraopolis

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,970/sq mi

    #1 South Coraopolis


    There is a series of rail trails spanning America built from former railway lines that have been transformed into walking trails, and Coraopolis has its very own portion of the trail known as the Montour Trail, part of the Great Allegheny Passage. This 46-mile portion of the trail can be accessed through south Coraopolis, where it follows the former Montour Railroad which was first constructed in 1877. Most of this trail is paved, and you'll come across several other dog walkers taking in the scenery, including the creek that runs alongside much of the trail and plenty of pretty flowers and plants to stop and sniff.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 7,231/sq mi

    #2 South Park

    Only 23 miles from Coraopolis lies South Park, a 2,013-acre park in Pittsburgh that has its very own off-leash dog park within it. The park also includes a golf course, pool, sporting fields, trails, an ice hockey rink, and a nature center. The dog park is fenced in and provides users with waste bags and drinking water for dogs, and there are also separate areas for dogs of different sizes. Only a quarter of a mile from the park, you'll find Woody's Self-Serve Dog Wash and Boutique which is the pawfect place to stop for an after-park treat!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,580/sq mi

    #3 Bellevue

    The area of Bellevue in Pittsburgh has a beautiful park you won't want to miss, known as the Riverview Park, that's only a 25-minute drive from Coraopolis. This 259-acre park has an off-leash dog park with sections for big and small dogs within it, but your dog can stay with you in other areas of the park as long as they are on a leash. The park was first built in 1894, and it has become a staple in the community. You will also find a swimming pool, walking trails, sports field, and a space-themed playground your two-legged kids will love. 
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,198/sq mi

    #4 Hartwood Acres

    Situated 23 miles from Coraopolis is the Hartwood Acres County Dog Park, within the greater Hartwood Acres area in Pittsburgh. Hartwood Acres Park encompasses 629 acres, and along with the off-leash dog park area, it features walking, hiking, horseback riding, and cross-country skiing trails for your enjoyment. The dog park has benches, shade, and a water pump, so you'll have everything for a successful trip to the dog park that both you and your pup will love. There are also creeks nearby if your dog wants to take a dip or you want to wash them off once they are done playing.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 9,293/sq mi

    #5 Squirrel Hill North

    Squirrel Hill is a residential neighborhood made up of a north and south portion in Pittsburgh that is about a half-hour drive from Coraopolis. Many parts of the Squirrel Hill neighborhood showcase nature and the beautiful surroundings in the area, and one of these parts is Frick Park Off-Leash Exercise Area. Within Frick Park, there are two separately fenced areas for off-leash dogs, and dogs who are on a leash can join you in other areas of the park. There are also benches and shaded areas within the park for visitors' comfort and plenty of space for dogs to run and play.
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