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Dog Areas in Havertown

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Havertown is a charming community in Haverford Township, located in Delaware County. With a large number of delicious restaurants to choose from, you and your canine companion will be in dog heaven here, since your pooch is allowed to dine with you at many of them! 

Most notable of these establishments is The Cross Bar, a dog-friendly sports pub where a selection of delicious bar style food is served. Enjoy a burger or some wings while you and your dog relax at one of the two outdoor dining tables. Well-known and loved by the locals, the Cross Bar has an exceptionally friendly staff who will surely be happy to see your doggy’s cute mug. Who can resist those eyes, after all? Be sure to bring your collapsible water bowl and plenty of fresh drinking water for your pup. They’ll need to be hydrated with all the drooling they’re doing at the sight of your delicious meal… for that matter, bring your pup some treats as well! 

The Cross Bar is just one of a number of great dog friendly establishments in Havertown! You and your pup will fit right in!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Havertown

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    Population Density 6,531/sq mi

    #1 East Havertown


    If you're hankering for a bite to eat with your hound, head to the eastern part of Havertown. Home to JD McGilicuddy’s, this little area is certainly sent straight from doggy heaven. With three outdoor tables that are dog-friendly, you're sure to enjoy the delicious American favorites served at this cozy restaurant, especially with your canine companion at your side. Fido can savor the smells, but surely no one will mind if you sneak just one little bite. Either way, your pup will thank you for the trip; just be sure to bring plenty of fresh drinking water for your precious pooch.

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    Population Density 6,531/sq mi

    #2 North Havertown

    Make your way north to North Havertown, especially if you’re craving something a little more exotic. McKenna’s is a cozy little restaurant that serves such staples as the traditional Irish Fry Breakfast, as well as baked beans -- also for breakfast. If you’re looking for something more classic, enjoy one of their steak dishes, but when in Rome, we always say! Make like our European neighbors, and enjoy some of their tastiest bites with your favorite furry friend. There are five outdoor tables at which your bonnie pup is welcome to join you -- just bring plenty of drinking water for your pooch.
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    Population Density 1,835/sq mi

    #3 Haverford Reserve

    If you’re in Havertown, that means you’re right near Haverford -- which also means it’s your dog’s lucky day! A fairly new dog park built in 2010, locals tout Haverford Reserve Dog Park as being large and filled with laid-back individuals and super friendly dogs. The entire area is fenced in and has plenty of space for you and your dog to explore. Just bring plenty of water, and that ragged old toy that your rover loves so much. No matter what you bring, you and your dog are sure to have a ball (a tennis ball, that is. Catch! Good boy!).
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    Population Density 820/sq mi

    #4 Mill Creek

    Located a short distance from Havertown is Gladwyne, home to Mill Creek -- and more importantly, West Mill Creek Dog Park. For well-trained dogs, this is a wonderful place to bring your pup for some off-leash playtime. Bring along a picnic and enjoy it while your dog splashes around in the creek, or join Fido for the fun! While not the largest park, the beauty of the area more than makes up for what it lacks in size. Please note that it is bordered by a street without a secure fence, so make sure your doggie has good recall skills.
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    Population Density 7,399/sq mi

    #5 Hildacy Farm Preserve

    One additional thing you should definitely at to your doggy to-do list is making your way towards Media, where you’ll find Natural Lands Trust Hildacy Farm Preserve. With over 100 acres of preserved farmland, you and your pup will have plenty of places to explore. Just be sure to keep your doggy on leash and bring plenty of doggy waste bags. Everyone wants to keep this beautiful lot of land as pristine as pawssible! Enjoy the unpaved hiking trails, but be sure to bring clean drinking water for you and your buddy. With all the adventuring you will do, you’ll need to stay hydrated!
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