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Dog Areas in Dallas, PA

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Dallas is a borough on the edge of Back Mountain, Pennsylvania. This town is just twenty minutes away from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. This makes Dallas the ideal location for commuters who want to live close to work and cut down on the time it takes for them to get back to their favorite pup at home! Nearby Wilkes-Barre is also home to plenty of parks and dog-friendly restaurants, so it's worth the short drive with your dog on the weekend to spend some time out of the house together.

If you are looking for the pawfect place to enjoy some nature, Harveys Lake is a huge natural lake to the north of Dallas. The lake is popular with dog owners, particularly in the warmer months. You will want to grab your waste bags and some dry towels for an un-fur-gettable afternoon experience.

Your dog will need to be on-leash when exploring Dallas and the surrounding towns. There are two animal hospitals in and around Dallas, each at opposing ends of the town. These facilities are full of caring and friendly staff that will help keep your dog in great shape. You can stop in for an annual exam, or for emergency care if the need arises. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Dallas, PA

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    Population Density 477/sq mi

    #1 Dallas

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    Dallas is a relatively small town with just enough natural beauty to keep your pup entertained on your days off. Toby Creek is located on the north side of the town. This water source is popular with all of the pups in town on hotter days for splashing and sniffing and making plenty of new friends. You will need your waste bags and probably some dry towels for the trip. Huntsville Reservoir is to the south of Dallas, and it's an amazing spot to visit if you have a few hours to spend with your pup and want to get some fresh air.
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    Population Density 2,110/sq mi

    #2 Frances Slocum State Park

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    A short drive from the center of Dallas, the Francis Slocum State Park is a large puppy palace full of green grass and walking trails for every dog and every human! No matter your comfort level and hiking skills, this large state park to the east of Dallas is a pupperific place to spend an afternoon looking for new friends or just taking in all of the scenery. Your dog will love the smells, and you will love the sunlight and the scenery! Just make sure you have plenty of waste bags available to clean up as you make your way around.
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    Population Density 120/sq mi

    #3 Moon Lake State Forest

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    The Moon Lake State Forest is home to its own recreation area with camping and hiking galore! If you and your dog love to be outside, you will pawsitively love this state forest located just a few minutes outside of Dallas, so be sure to check it out if you have some time over the weekend to spend with your pup. You can bring an RV or a tent with you for some well-deserved rest and relaxation in an unplugged environment. Just be sure to pack plenty of water for both you and your dog along with the waste bags and toys!
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    Population Density 967/sq mi

    #4 State Game Lands Number 57

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    There are many state game lands around Dallas and throughout the state of Pennsylvania. This particular one is about fifteen minutes from Dallas and is ideal if you are looking for a weekend getaway that isn't too hard to get to. This hunting area is more than 36,000 acres of beautiful nature for you and your dog to enjoy, whether you hunt together or not. It's great for hiking; just be mindful of posted signs and pay attention to the hunting season so that everyone is as safe as possible while enjoying the natural beauty of this open land.
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    Population Density 968/sq mi

    #5 Evans Falls

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    Evans Falls is a small community just fifteen minutes north of Dallas. Evans Falls is home to Bowman Creek and Roaring Run, two barktastic natural water sources with plenty of character to entertain you and your pup all afternoon long. These two freshwater oases are the pawfect place to get away from it all after a long day at the office, or on a bright and warm Saturday afternoon. You will need some clean towels stowed away in the car for the drive home. Waste bags should be in your pocket, too, for easy clean-up before heading home.
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