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Dog Areas in Delmont

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Delmont, Pennsylvania was first settled back in 1814. The town has gone through many names, however. Originally, the area was known as New Salem. Shortly after, it became Salem Crossroads. From there, the name was changed to New Salem Borough. Finally, in 1967, the town became known by its current name. Every October, the Salem Crossroads Historical Restoration Society puts on the Apple 'N Arts Festival on Shields Farm, which is just one of many historical sites in the town. 

If you're looking for some dog-friendly fun, we hope you don't mind venturing out of the town. You won't have to travel too far, though. Delmont does have a couple of dog-friendly restaurants. One option is the local fast food chain, which offers up plenty of delicious treats to both you and your dog. We bet he'd love a vanilla ice cream! Delmont does have two veterinarian clinics, so whether you need to get your pup to an annual examination or need care for a sick or injured dog, you have options.

Delmont is a small town that history buffs are sure to enjoy exploring. If you don't mind a short drive with your dog, it's also a great option for dog moms and dads.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Delmont

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    Population Density 1,285/sq mi

    #1 Surrey Farms

    Delmont's Surrey Farms neighborhood is home to Kovalczik Park! While this isn't a dog park, it does prove to be a great place for you and your canine companion to take an on-leash walk together. There are plenty of places in the park for the two of you to check out. When you're done at the park, swing by Pittsburgh Barbecue Company for some Southern-inspired grub. This restaurant only has outdoor picnic tables, and you walk up to order your food, so it's a great option if you've got your dog in tow. This restaurant is only open March through November.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 336/sq mi

    #2 Old William Penn

    Murrysville Community Park Dog Park is just five miles up the road from Delmont, and we can practically hear your pup begging to go! This fenced-in, off-leash dog park is very large, allowing your dog to burn off any excess energy. During warmer months, kiddy -- or should we say doggy -- pools are put out so that your dog can enjoy going for a swim. There's plenty of shaded seating for dog moms and dads, and water and waste baggies are supplied for you. Locals do warn that this bark park can get quite muddy when it rains, so keep that in mind.
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    Population Density 570/sq mi

    #3 Marlee Acres

    Murrysville's Marlee Acres neighborhood is home to Duff Park, and while this isn't a dog park, we bet your dog will still have a ball! Enjoy going for a walk with your dog in this spacious public park. There's a creek where dogs are allowed to go for a dip, which is perfect for the dog days of summer. There's also an unofficial trail that runs through the park. While a leash is required in this park, many people don't seem to abide by that rule. Do so at your own risk; if you get caught with an unleashed dog, you could get a citation.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,367/sq mi

    #4 Deerfield Estates

    Just 15 minutes down the road from Delmont, Penn Township Municipal Dog Park awaits you and Fido. This bark park has two separate areas, with one being for small dogs and the other being for large dogs. This isn't just a park for your pup, though! There's also a walking track, so while your furry friend is getting in their exercise, you can get some in, too. If that's not your thing, kick back and relax on the seating provided for pup parents. Water is also provided for both you and your pooch, and waste disposal bags are available in the park.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,141/sq mi

    #5 Markvue Manor

    At White Oak Dog Park, located in the Markvue Manor neighborhood, your dog will get the chance to socialize with his fellow canine friends while you get to relax! This dog park is about 30 minutes from Delmont, so it's a bit of a drive, but we guarantee it's worth it. There's plenty of room for your pup to run around and play, and there's also a covered shelter for dog moms and dads to sit under. Water and waste bags are even provided by the park! Locals advise that after a heavy rain, the park becomes quite muddy, so don't forget to bring a towel in bad weather.
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