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Dog Areas in Glen Mills

5 Parks
1 Shop
8 Eateries

Glen Mills is an unincorporated community in Delaware County, less than thirty miles from Philadephia. The Delaware River is a short thirty-minute drive south of Glen Mills and is a pupular destination for dog walkers throughout the state. The river permits dogs to join their humans as long as they're leashed and cleaned up after. You will also need to make sure you have up-to-date vaccinations if you plan on taking your dog over to the Delaware River, both for his protection and the protection of other dogs. 

With eight pet-friendly restaurants in Glen Mills, there is a little something for everyone if you are out with your pup when hunger strikes! Cosi is a great destination if you want a delicious soup, salad, or sandwich made with some of the best flatbread around. Your pup is welcome to join you at the outdoor tables when the weather is nice. There is one animal hospital in Glen Mills and several others in the surrounding communities. You will find the staff at each of these facilities ready and waiting to treat you and your pup like their own fur family. 

Glen Mills is a pawesome place for pet owners, but you can find even more dog-friendly fun in nearby Philly!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Glen Mills

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    Population Density 961/sq mi

    #1 Glen Mills

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    Glen Mills is a small community with a big appetite. There are several restaurants on the southern end of this community where you can bring your dog for lunch or a snack on a warm day. Pure Bread Deli is a canine-themed sandwich spot where your dog can join you on their outdoor patio while you eat. You should probably be ready to share, though, since their food is simply barkalicious! Make sure you have plenty of extra doggy waste bags in your bag when you head over to this restaurant, in case your dog needs to take a quick potty break around the building!
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    Population Density 1,166/sq mi

    #2 Coventry Crossing

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    Coventry Crossing is a short five-minute drive from Glen Mills, just to the southeast. You will find plenty of room for you and your dog to walk and roam on a warm afternoon together. Edgewood Memorial Park is one such green space where you can enjoy plenty of fun in the sun together with a picnic blanket and some toys. Your dog will love being able to spend some quality time with you while you relax and decompress from a long week. Newlin Grist Mill Park is another local green space that you can visit together if you want a larger area to explore.
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    Population Density 7,040/sq mi

    #3 Wawa

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    Wawa is a hub of natural entertainment for dog walkers. You can start your day with an early morning stroll at Chester Creek. This water source is a popular spot for canines and their two-legged escorts. The Natural Lands Natural Preserve is another wonderful destination for you and your dog during the warmer months. The preserve is full of walking paths and hiking trails where leashed pets are welcome to join you as long as you clean up after your pet and keep plenty of waste bags and snacks for the journey. You will also want to keep some dry towels in case your dog finds one of the many streams.
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    Population Density 1,173/sq mi

    #4 Woods at Sweetwater

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    Woods at Sweetwater is a lovely neighborhood on the eastern edge of Glen Mills. You will find Ridley Creek State Park is the pawfect place to venture out with your energetic pup on a Saturday morning. You will need to pack your doggy clean up bags and plenty of snacks and water if you plan on spending a lot of time in the park. If you want to go for a hike on the more challenging paths, you will want to put a harness on your dog so that she can move on the terrain a bit easier with you.
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    Population Density 1,185/sq mi

    #5 Westover Farms

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    Westover Farms is just a short drive to the north of Glen Mills. It is less than twenty minutes from Okehocking Preserve. This natural area welcomes dogs with their humans as long as they wear a leash. You will need to keep your rabies tag with you as well, in case a park ranger requests it on a busy day when the public areas are full of families and other dogs. You will need to pay close attention to posted signs, as dogs may not be permitted on all trails. As long as you have plenty of waste bags and water, you are in for a swell afternoon!
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