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Dog Areas in Exton

6 Parks
1 Trail
4 Shops
19 Eateries
4 Groomers

Exton is an amazing place to be a pup! This dog-friendly town has it all: shops, trails, parks, dog-friendly restaurants, veterinary clinics, and more! You and your pooch will never be bored while you are in Exton. The Chester Valley Trail is a pupular destination for dog walkers living in Exton and the surrounding towns. This converted railway trail is now the pawfect place for a long walk or even a bike ride with your energetic companion! You will want a harness and a sturdy leash, especially if you plan on riding your bike through the trail together. A special leash designed for bicycles is also recommended. 

Marsh Creek State Park is a short drive to the north of Exton. You will find dog walkers in droves at this lovely park during the warmer months, so make sure your dog is ready to make lots of new friends! There are four animal hospitals in town, and several others in any direction as you make your way toward the surrounding towns! Your dog will be in great hands if you need to make a pit stop at any of these facilities, whether you just want to get an annual exam out of the way or get more specialized care.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Exton

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    Population Density 2,542/sq mi

    #1 Franklin Center

    Franklin Center is a small village to the north of Exton, just a short five-minute drive from the town. You and your dog can enjoy an entire afternoon at Acker Park with a good leash and some great snacks in your picnic basket! You will want to bring some tennis balls to throw around or your dog's favorite chew toy, along with a picnic blanket and some waste bags for easy relaxation and stress-free clean-up when it is time to head back home for the evening. You will have a blast whether you are heading to the park or simply walking home!
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    Population Density 2,542/sq mi

    #2 Exton Square

    If you find yourself near Exton Square with your dog, you have to stop by the Red Star Craft House! There are twelve outdoor tables for you and Sparky to choose from, so you will never have to worry about whether there is room for the two of you! You can enjoy pizza, tacos, and a variety of beverages after a long day at the office. Your pup will love getting to spend some quality time with you, whether you call it a doggy date or meet up with some of your two-legged friends for the evening! Either way, be sure to bring your waste bags for any emergency trips around the block!
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    Population Density 848/sq mi

    #3 Malvern Hunt

    Malvern Hunt is a town just to the east of Exton. You will find two large parks on either side of this town with plenty of room for you and your pup to explore and enjoy together. You will need your waste bags and plenty of toys for a day of fun at Exton Park, an expansive outdoor area with plenty of walking paths and hiking trails of varying skill levels to entertain dogs and humans. Across town, you can take your dog to the Philadelphia Memorial Park, complete with plenty of walking paths and historical marks for your educational enjoyment!
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    Population Density 1,535/sq mi

    #4 Central Exton

    If you are looking for a place to have some fun with your dog in Central Exton, look no further than Miller Park. This small but complete green space has everything your dog desires, from walking paths with plenty of snifferific plants and trees to check out to open fields of grass that are simply pawfect for an afternoon of lounging and enjoying the sun. You will want to pack plenty of doggy waste bags for your trip to this fun little park, along with some snacks and plenty of drinking water if you plan on visiting during the hotter months.
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    Population Density 1,535/sq mi

    #5 Whiteland Crest

    Whiteland Crest is a neighborhood on the south side of town with plenty of personality for you and your dog to enjoy. You can start your afternoon by grabbing lunch from On the Border, where you and your dog can share an outdoor table and even a snack if you wish! Your dog will love heading out on the town with you, especially if you plan on stopping by the Meadowbrook Manor Park on your way around the rest of Exton. This park is small, but it's the pawfect size for you and your dog to get a quick jolt of exercise after a long week.
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