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Dog Areas in Economy

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Economy is a busy little borough without an address to its name. Most of the land in Economy has a Baden or Ambridge address, leading to confusion among visitors. Economy gets its fair share of visitors because of its prime location and dog-friendly amenities. There's plenty to do, both within the bounds of the borough of Economy and the area around it. There's one full animal hospital within the bounds of Economy, so no worries about where you're going to find a vet! 


Economy Park has a Baden address, but it's within the town of Economy, and despite the name, it is generous with its space! This park stretches over 400 acres, and there's something to do in every one of them! This park has a community pool (sadly, not dog friendly), tennis and basketball courts, a baseball field, walking and biking paths, picnic tables and gazebos, and plenty of playground equipment. There's something there to please the pickiest crew! 

Economy Municipal Park is a good deal smaller, and on the other side of Economy. This park is great if your dog doesn't enjoy the crowds at the larger park, and still has some sports fields, picnic areas, and shorter paths for walking your pup. 

Economy is a fun place for the whole family! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Economy

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    Population Density 1,777/sq mi

    #1 Ambridge Heights

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    Ambridge Borough Park is less than a minute's drive across the border from the borough of Economy. This community park has a little something for everyone! Your dog isn’t going to care about the basketball courts and baseball diamond when they see the dog park. This fenced in, off leash area is pawfect for meeting new friends and working off some steam! The doggie area has some agility equipment for solo play. If your dog is shy, leash up and tackle the Ambridge Borough Park walking trail instead. This path winds through a forested field, and is a great way to dodge the crowds.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 48/sq mi

    #2 Sewickley Heights

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    Twelve minutes from Economy is the central neighborhood of Sewickley Heights. Sewickley Heights Borough Park is a dream come true for busy dogs and the families who care for them! This park has extensive picnic grounds, sports fields, and playgrounds. This park is over 600-acres, so even with all of that you're not likely to feel cramped! The best feature of the park is the Off Leash Area. You can let Fido run for all they're worth without worrying about keeping up! This area of the park is large, with multiple landscapes perfect for playing, running, or following their nose. It's not fenced in, however, so be sure your pup will come when called!
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 292/sq mi

    #3 West Wexford

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    Just a nine minute drive from Economy is the Knob Hill Community Park. Conveniently located in nearby Wexford, this park has it all. There are two main areas of the park. The first is the large baseball field, complete with stands. The area closer to the parking lot is the playground! Your dog will love exploring either area, or taking advantage of the cultivated lawn between them. High energy dogs will enjoy walking circuits around the park, which presents them with plenty of things to see, smell, and hear. If Fido is more the type to stop and smell the wildflowers, this park is even better.
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    Population Density 472/sq mi

    #4 South Freedom

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    Sunset Hills Park is an eight minute drive from Economy. This little park has three playground areas, so any kids in your party will have options! While one is dedicated for toddlers and younger children, the other two parks are free for older kids to play. Your dog may not be cut out to explore a playground, but they will love the large, open spaces in the center! This grassy field may be taken for sports, but there's plenty of room to share. Sniff out something interesting, or walk circuits of the park to exercise your pup. Your dog should be leashed in Sunset Hills Park.
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    Population Density 1,508/sq mi

    #5 Central Conway

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    Edward Gratty Park is an eight minute drive from Economy, and features plenty of room to roam! Aside from the small playground and restroom facilities, this park is all open grass space. It's a great place to feel the grass between your toes! If you need a quieter place to walk Fido, Conway Park is just blocks away. This smaller park is fantastic for a quick walk to burn off energy. There is a small playground, but with Edward Gratty Park so close, the main crowds are drawn there. Your pup has to be leashed in either park.
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