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Dog Areas in Holtwood

At first glance, Holtwood looks like a small town with less than 100 people and perhaps not much to do. While it may be true that there is a serious lack of restaurants and shopping malls, there is definitely no shortage of things to with your pup! 

Holtwood is primarily a hydroelectric power plant town, which means two things; one, the town has one primary function, and many people who live in the town work at the plant. Two, because of the presence of the hydroelectric power plant, you know there is a giant, beautiful source of natural flowing water -- Susquehanna River.

Not only does the river run through amazing, beautiful land, but the region also has plenty of beautiful parks and forests for you and Fido to explore together. If you want to spend some time on the water or go fishing, you'll be spoiled for places to do so here! There are also plenty of forests and nature preserves in the area for people and pups who love to spend their days lost among large, gorgeous trees.

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    Population Density 140/sq mi

    #1 West Holtwood

    The best part about living in a sparsely populated area is the abundance of beauty and nature. One of the best nature preserves in the area is located in West Holtwood -- the Tucquan Glen Nature Preserve. This beautiful nature preserve has plenty of hiking trails, some even leading to freshwater waterfalls. The hiking trails range from incredibly easy to highly challenging, making it the perfect spot to take any pooch, regardless of age or breed. However, beware this nature facility has no facilities for you or your pooch. Make sure you take a leash, water and your own doggie poop bags.
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    Population Density 140/sq mi

    #2 North Holtwood


    As a Holtwood resident, you are incredibly lucky to have an abundance of nature around you. If you drive to the northernmost part of Holtwood, you will find State Game Lands Number 288. This beautiful stretch of land is situated on the southern part of a river tributary. Not only is it a beautiful place to sit by the water, but it is also a stretch of hunting land. You are welcome to take your pooch to State Game Lands Number 288 as long as they are leashed at all times. You also may want to consider putting your pup in a bright-colored vest during hunting season. 

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    Population Density 103/sq mi

    #3 North Peach Bottom


    Even though this park is another city, it is only a ten-minute drive away. If you drive south to Drumore, you will find the 224-acre Susquehannock State Park. This gigantic park has plenty of open grassy places, hiking and walking trails, and incredibly scenic views. Furthermore, the park has many picnic spots with tables and playgrounds for kids. You can make your trip to this state park an afternoon excursion, or stretch it into a weekend trip. Just be careful and keep your pooch on a leash -- it's easy to get lost in this vast forest. Don't forget to bring all the necessary supplies, like water and waste bags.

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    Population Density 86/sq mi

    #4 East Brogue

    Are you and Fido bored of leashed walks on the sidewalk? Hop in the car and head to State Game Lands Number 83 hunting preserve. This nature preserve is a great place to go to see some wildlife with your pup. If you hunt, make sure you have the proper permits and attire for your pooch. If you do not hunt, you may want to check when hunting season is on so you and your pup can enjoy the park without hearing any shots. Either way, you and your pup will have a pawesome time at State Game Lands Number 83 because of the abundance of beauty and nature here!
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    Population Density 600/sq mi

    #5 Rock Run

    Although Susquehanna State Park is nearly 45 minutes from Holtwood, it is definitely worth the drive. This state park is a gigantic stretch of land approximately four square miles in size. It has many different types of terrain, including mountainous regions, freshwater for fishing, flat land for walking and hiking, and much more. Your pup will go wild taking in the all the park's beauty, nature, wildlife, and everything else that comes along with it! Consider making your trip to the state park a family trip and take along plenty of outdoor games and food to cook on the park's grills.
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