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Dog Areas in Easton, PA

16 Parks
8 Trails
2 Shops
20 Eateries
11 Groomers

Easton is a doggone great city for dogs! Located in Northampton County, along the beautiful Lehigh Valley, this historic city has a whole litter of activities for dogs and dog-lovers. You can walk along colonial sites, explore wooded trails, take in river and canal views, and grab a local bite. You might even catch a glimpse of the Crayola Factory. There are 12 veterinarians in the city, as well.

For dogs, the best part of Easton has to be the walking trails near the river. Try crowd fur-avorite Forks Township Recreational Trail, which starts just after the junction of Winchester Dr. and Broadway. This 2-mile trail is a great place to for a walk, a jog, or even a little doggy paddling in the river. The first half-mile of the trail is a paved walkway that traverses through a residential neighborhood. Continue onto the dirt path to explore open fields and rocky bluffs overlooking the Delaware River. Some lucky folks have even claimed to see Bald Eagles!

Taco bout delicious, Mesa Modern Mexican in the Southside area of Easton has Mexican food that’ll leave you howling for more. There’s seafood tacos, pollo arepas, and a whole lot more. All you need to do is ask for a table in their outdoor patio area, and you and your pup can have a little fur-iesta!

After a long day of new sights and smells, curl up with the pack at the Grand Eastonian Suites Hotel. Furry visitors are welcome to stay up to two nights with their human companions for a small fee. The hotel has complimentary wifi, spa tubs, and a 24-hour concierge. Just make sure you call in advance, as there are a limited number of pet suites.

Whether you want to run, jump, swim, sleep, or take in a bit of history, Easton has puptastic options.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Easton, PA

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    Population Density 4,695/sq mi

    #1 Downtown Historic District


    The Downtown Historic District has lots of fur-riendly establishments for you to enjoy with your pup. First, there’s the Easton Dog Park, a small fenced-in area where dogs can run off-leash. Owners will find comfy benches, and dogs will love the boulders for climbing. There are also waste stations, but you’ll want to bring water. If your dog is an aspiring Pawcasso, there’s no better place to be than the Karl Stirner Arts Trail. The 2.4-mile trails winds along the Bushkill Creek and downtown Easton and is lined with sculptures. Riverside Park is situated on the confluence of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers, and it is a popular spot for launching boats. Just south of Riverside Park, Scott Park also has a playground and open space where you can take your dog for a leashed walk along the riverfront. When you’re ready for some kibble, try reenacting Lady and the Tramp’s famous spaghetti scene at Sette Luna, which specializes in Tuscan fare and wood-fire pizza. Dogs are allowed in their outdoor seating area. Feeling more like seafood? Try 3rd & Ferry Fish Market. Any time the weather’s nice, dogs can join their owners at any of the tables outside.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 7,785/sq mi

    #2 SouthSide

    The Southside neighborhood of Easton is a great place for brews and views. For some barkin’ good beers, check out the Weyerbacher Brewing Company. This craft brewery has an outdoor seating area where human guests sip a cold one alongside their pups. They’ve also got yummy snacks like hummus and jerky. For the best views, check out Delaware Canal State Park. The park features a 60-mile long path known as the Delaware Canal Towpath. It’s a historic gem, once used by mules to tow boats down the canal. Now, it’s a puptastic place to pad along the river. It’s also home to bald eagles, herons, osprey, and other beautiful wildlife. Bring waste bags and water to this on-leash only area. Another on-leash area to enjoy a bit of greenery in the city is Lachenour Park. There, you’ll find softball fields, a tot lot, a playground, and plenty of space for an evening stroll.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,162/sq mi

    #3 Old Orchard

    The Old Orchard neighborhood of Easton is known for being family friendly and full of parks. It’s really the pawfect place to spend a day with your dog. Hugh Moore Park is the largest park in the neighborhood, and dogs are allowed to enjoy it with their owners from October through May. The park is located between the Lehigh River and the Lehigh Canal. There’s space for picnics, a playground, and best of all-- trails. All you need is a leash, a waste bag, and some water for your pup. The most popular trail is the D & L Trail that meanders along the confluence of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers. You might even catch a glimpse of the Josiah White II, a mule-powered canal boat. The whole trail is 141.3 miles, so you probably won’t be walking it all in one day, but seeing how far you can go is a woofderful challenge.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 715/sq mi

    #4 Glendon

    Glendon is the neighborhood to visit when your pup wants to roll in the gross and frolick in fields. There you’ll find the beautiful Nature Land Trusts’ Mariton Wildlife Sanctuary, a 200-acre open space dedicated to wildlife preservation. Because of its position atop Bougher Hill, it’s a prime spot to take in views of the Delaware Canal and the Delaware River. Follow one of the park’s walking paths through meadows and open fields alongside the water. From the parking lot, you’ll have direct access to the trailhead for the Turnpike Trail (0.5 miles), the Woods Trail (0.2 miles), and the Main Trail (0.8 miles). If you’d like something with a bit more distance, consider connecting several of the park’s 3.6 miles of trails. Dogs are welcome as long as they remain on a leash.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,008/sq mi

    #5 West Easton

    Get your paws on the pavement on the 7.8-mile Palmer Township Rail Trail. This converted trail is part of the larger Towpath Bike Trail that runs through Easton. It starts on South 27th Street and goes all the way to the town of Bethlemen. Along the trail, you will see farmland, forests, and free-flowing river views. For more of a small town park experience, check out the Gerald W. Gross Community Park. With its manicured lawns, playground, and baseball field, both pups and their people are bound to enjoy their day. Leashes are required for both the Palmer Township Rail Trail and Gerald W. Gross Community Park.
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