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Dog Areas in Inkerman

Inkerman, located in Jenkins Township, is a small, census-designated community.  This area is conveniently located near several parks and a pawtastic trail. There are two veterinarians in Pittston, less than three miles away, when you need professional care for your pup.

Treat your furry friend to some off-leash socialization at Hollenback Dog Park off North Washington Street in Wilkes-Barre. This facility has benches, water stations, and separate play areas for small and large dogs. Remember to bring waste bags when you come here. Hollenback Park is less than five miles southwest of Inkerman.

Go exploring with your canine pal in Seven Tubs Nature Area, located just over seven miles south of town. Walk along Wheelbarrow Run through the ravine in this 500-acre facility. Enjoy the cascading water and surrounding forest with your special pal. You can bring dogs here, provided you keep them under control and on a leash. Remember to pack water and waste bags.

Head southwest about 5.4 miles to River Common in Wilkes-Barre. Take a stroll by the water with your four-footed friend. This half-mile linear park has a walking path and fishing pier. You can bring dogs on a leash as long as you clean up after them.

Inkerman provides easy access to a variety of dog-friendly outdoor activities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Inkerman

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    Population Density 1,347/sq mi

    #1 Inkerman

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    Inkerman is a small residential community that includes houses and trailer homes. There's a small ballfield here and some quiet streets where you and your furry pal can go for a walk together. If you're looking for a place to go hiking or jogging with your special pal, head to the Luzerne County Levee Trail off Wyoming Avenue. This 12-mile multi-use pathway stretches from Wyoming to Plymouth. Stretch your legs with your four-footed friend by the Susquehanna River. Dogs on a leash are welcome to accompany you, provided they're under control and on a leash. Bring water and waste bags with you.
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    Population Density 3,668/sq mi

    #2 Laflin

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    The village of Laflin is a residential area with trailer homes and houses. The neighborhood streets are peaceful and offer a nice place to go walking with your pup. For a change of pace, take your fur baby to the Laflin Creekside Community Playground. In addition to a playground for the kids, this facility has an athletic field area that's surrounded by a paved walking path. Walk along the creek or take a few laps on the walkway with your four-footed friend. Make sure you keep your dog on a leash and under control. Bring waste bags with you when you come.
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    Population Density 1,238/sq mi

    #3 Hilldale

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    Hilldale is located just a few miles southwest of Inkerman. This small residential neighborhood has a few parks and single-family homes on quiet streets. You and fido can take a stroll together here. When you want to get out and enjoy some green space, head to Plains Township Municipal Park. The facility includes wooded sections, a picnic area, and some open fields. Play frisbee or go for a hike with your canine companion. Bring along a snack and have a meal together outside. You can bring dogs to designated areas of this public space as long as you clean up any droppings.
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    Population Density 1,484/sq mi

    #4 Port Griffith

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    About 1.5 miles north of Inkerman, you'll find the small community of Port Griffith. There are single-family homes, small businesses, and a little league field in the neighborhood. You can take your furry pal for a walk down the neighborhood streets here. If you want to go for a hike or jog along the Susquehanna River, connect with the Luzerne County National Recreation Trail. This paved pathway stretches for almost two miles to Riverfront Park in Pittston. Dogs on a leash are welcome to accompany you here. Make sure to bring along some water and waste bags so that you can clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 5,536/sq mi

    #5 Yatesville

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    The neighborhood around Yatesville includes a high school and single-family homes. To get some daily exercise with your pup, take a loop around the streets here. When you want to get out in nature, head southeast just over eight miles to State Game Lands 91. Hike on the roads and trails in this 21,327-acre tract of forestland, or bring a tent and spend a night under the stars. Dogs are welcome to accompany you when you visit this property. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you. These lands are used for hunting activities, so plan your visit accordingly. Yatesville is about 1.7 miles east of Inkerman.
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