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Dog Areas in Jenkintown

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Jenkintown is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania that's only ten miles north of central Philadelphia. It has a population of around 4,500 people, and was first settled in 1697 but wasn't incorporated until 1874. Jenkintown is primarily a residential area, but there is a business district within the borough. One of those small towns with a big heart, Jenkintown has an excellent reputation for being a safe place to live with great school systems, and of course, it's an excellent place to raise canine children as well! Architecture buffs will get a kick out of many historically significant and unique buildings in Jenkintown, and the restaurant scene is also a big draw. Jenkintown has warm summers and cool winters, and if you're a rain lover, you'll appreciate that Jenkintown gets slightly more rain on average than other US cities.

Found right in the center of Jenkintown is Marzano Ristoranti, and this excellent restaurant serves up dishes that will appeal to everyone in your family. Their outdoor patio with pew seating welcomes dogs, so Fido can be by your side while you chow down on dishes like ravioli, spaghetti, burgers, and their pistachio gelato for dessert. You're going to love this dog-friendly town!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Jenkintown

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    Population Density 3,855/sq mi

    #1 Chews Landing

    The Timber Creek Park in Blackwood, New Jersey is just 27 miles from Jenkintown, in the community of Chews Landing. Timber Creek Park itself is a 60-acre park, and within those 60 acres is a separate nine-acre dog park that is fully fenced so your pet can run off-leash. The other 51 acres of the park are also dog-friendly, but Fido must be on a leash in those parts. Throughout the park, you'll also find playgrounds, bathrooms, benches, and picnic tables. There's a small lake in Timber Creek Park that many dogs love to take a dip in, but be advised that this part of the park isn't fenced in.
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    Population Density 2,708/sq mi

    #2 Ramblewood

    Mount Laurel is a 44-minute drive from Jenkintown in the neighboring state of New Jersey. In the Ramblewood neighborhood of Mount Laurel, there's a popular dog park known as Laurel Acres Park. Within this large park is an off-leash dog park with a separately fenced section just for small dogs. The rest of the park is open to dogs as well, but they must be on a leash in the other areas. Throughout Laurel Acres Park there are amenities including playgrounds, sports fields, and baseball diamonds. There's a hill in the park that's perfect for sledding in the winter, and even a small lake that's known to be a good spot for catching trout.
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    Population Density 31,057/sq mi

    #3 Center City

    Center City is a bustling area of Philadelphia that includes the downtown business district as well as residential neighborhoods, and it's only a 35-minute drive from Jenkintown. There's a pawesome dog park in Center City called Seger Run Dog Park, and you won't want to miss it! This park is about 10,000 square feet, and it's located within a larger park. Rather than grass, Seger Run Dog Park is covered with wood chips that are changed a few times each year. Seger Run Dog Park runs entirely on donations and doesn't receive any money from the city. They also provide visitors with water and waste clean-up materials.
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    Population Density 5,895/sq mi

    #4 Wellwood

    Certain dog parks really go above and beyond in making sure they accommodate all dogs, and the Bow Wow Park in Pennsauken, New Jersey is one of them. This park is a 37-minute drive from Jenkintown, and it is separated into a big dog area and a small dog area. What makes this park stand out is that each area is further divided by a path down the middle, with stones on one side of the path, and grass on the other, so if your dog prefers playing on grass or rocks, their needs will be met. Visitors also love how clean Bow Wow Park is, as the community takes great pride in taking good care of it.
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    Population Density 16,675/sq mi

    #5 Poplar

    The Orianna Hill Park is a 33-minute drive from Jenkintown in the Poplar neighborhood of Philadelphia. Most of this neighborhood is comprised of residential homes, but there's a good sprinkling of commercial buildings as well. The Orianna Hill Park is a beautiful part of the neighborhood, and it's broken into three parts: The Picnic Park (no dogs are allowed here), The Community Garden, and best of all, The Dog Run! This fenced-in, off-leash area is a fun spot for your pooch to run around and make new friends. Please note that you must register ahead of time to use this dog park.
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