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Dog Areas in King Of Prussia

10 Parks
1 Trail
17 Shops
5 Eateries
5 Groomers

King of Prussia is a small town with lots of rich history, only 20 miles from Philadelphia. The town was named after the King of Prussia Inn, which was created in 1719, and was here long before the town was established. Nowadays, the city is home to the largest mall in America, and is located at the convergence of four major highways, making it a popular place for people and dogs alike.

This town accommodates its four-legged residents by creating dog-friendly parks, like the Valley Forge National Historical Park. The park was once a revolutionary war site, but has now become a place for tours, outdoor activities, and recreational events. There are over 3600 acres of land, with 26 miles of walkings trails, with open fields, picnic areas, ball fields, guided tours, and access to the Schuylkill River for fishing and boating. Dogs are welcome in the park while they are on a leash, and have access to water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and nighttime lights.

The Upper Merion Boat House Park is another gorgeous park that's great to walk with Fido. The park is home to a small boat port, public boat launch, forested trail, open area, and greenway that leads out of the park. The greenway doesn't have a name, but extends over 1.5 miles along the river, with access to benches along the way. Dogs are welcome in the park and on the trail, but you'll need to bring water and clean-up bags.

There are five veterinarians in the city, and a number of other options for you and Fido to enjoy on your walk outside in King of Prussia, making this town a sure hit!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in King Of Prussia

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    Population Density 2,880/sq mi

    #1 Valley Forge Circle

    The Valley Forge Circle neighborhood is on the northwest part of the city, bordered by the Schuylkill River. On the shore of the river lies Heuser Park, an open space with plenty of baseball and soccer fields, grassy areas to run around in, and a playground. The dog-friendly park also has 1.2 miles of paved walkways, a picnic pavilion, restrooms, and other amenities that include water fountains, clean-up stations, trash bins, and benches. The parks walkways connect to a separate path called the Schuylkill River West Trail. The trail leads out of the park and extends along the river over 2 miles. Dogs are welcome in both areas, but must remain on a leash.
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    Population Density 3,121/sq mi

    #2 Brandywine Village

    Brandywine Village is a residential neighborhood with rows of homes and schools. Among the crowded community lies the Upper Merion Township Park, a place that offers a mixture of open space and forested land. There are .8 miles of paved walkways in the park, with access to shaded sitting areas, a pond for fishing, a playground, pavilion, and a gazebo. Leashed pups will love coming here for a short walk or play time in the large available spaces, and will have access to other amenities like a clean-up station, water fountains, nighttime lights, benches, grilling stations, picnic tables, and benches throughout the park.
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    Population Density 2,841/sq mi

    #3 Swedesburg

    Swedesburg is named after an older community in King of Prussia that was located on the northeast side of the city. The area's best place to head go to walk Fido is the Bob Holland Park. The park is small, but has a baseball diamond, a paved trail that encircles the park, woods to the north that offer shaded walkways and sitting, and a basketball court. The Merrill C Young Park is another great place to bring Fido since it offers a gorgeous open space that is completely surrounded by trees for lots of privacy. There's also a playground, pavilion, benches, and water fountains. Both parks are dog-friendly but require pups to stay on a leash.
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    Population Density 2,752/sq mi

    #4 Swedeland

    Swedeland is an older community that rests on the southeast side of the park, right along the waters of the Schuylkill River. Swedeland Park is named after the community and provides residents with a soothing place to get out, play, or enjoy a peaceful moment with Fido. The park is well-kept, has a baseball diamond, enclosed basketball courts, a pavilion with restrooms, playground, and picnic shelter. Pups will love the area for its grassy area and thick woods, although they must be leashed up before coming into the park. Additional amenities include water fountains, benches, trash bins, and a clean-up station for pups.
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    Population Density 5,171/sq mi

    #5 Bridgeport

    Bridgeport is a small town nestled right into the northern crook of King of Prussia, a mile away from the center. Bridgeport also rests along the shores of the river, but still has some great places to walk Fido, like Bridgeport Memorial Park. The long stretch of the park offers residents a huge space, with three baseball diamonds, open space with scattered trees, shaded sitting, a paved path that encompasses the area, a playground, a picnic pavilion, and restrooms. Don't forget to leash up Fido before coming here so both of you can enjoy the additional features of the park like the abundance of water fountains, benches, and trash bins.
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