The quiet community of Holtwood is about 6.6 miles east of Kyleville. Bring Fido to this town to explore Kelly’s Run Nature Preserve. Get some exercise by taking the 3.8-mile loop trail with your pup. Share the adventure of viewing wildlife, wildflowers, and waterfalls as you and your pooch travel this popular pathway. Be prepared for rocky areas and some steep parts. You can extend your outing by taking the loop trail north to Pinnacle Point, then connect to the Conestoga Trail system. Dogs are permitted in the preserve and along the trails provided you keep them on a leash and pick up any messes.
When you want to get away for some outdoor adventures with your furry friend, head about 11.7 miles southeast of Kyleville to the community of Drumore. This rural neighborhood, located along the eastern bank of the Susquehanna River, is home to Susquehannock State Park. You and Fido can enjoy hours of hiking the wooded trails through a variety of habitats in this scenic 224-acre facility. Pack a lunch and take advantage of one of the picnic tables that are scattered throughout the park. Canine companions are welcome in state parks provided that you keep them on a leash and pick up their waste.
Just 12.2 miles northeast from Kyleville, the little community of Martic Forge is a furrific place for you and Fido to do some outdoor exploring. Leash up your pooch and head to Martic Township Park to hike through the wooded areas and enjoy the mountain laurel. Hunting is permitted in the park, so make sure to dress in blaze orange. For a hike or jog, take your pup to the Rail Trail that follows Pequea Creek through some state game lands on the way to the Colemanville Covered Bridge. Remember to keep your pal on a leash and to clean up any messes along the way.
Pack up your car and drive about 13 miles northeast from Kyleville to the community of Pequea for some pupcredible outdoor adventures. Bring along a tent or camper and spend a night, weekend, or longer in the Pequea Creek Campground. You and Fido are welcome to wander the trails and enjoy a picnic at one of the tables, provided you keep your pup on a leash and pick up any waste. Head down to the Tucquan Glen Nature Preserve, walk the trail through the ravine, and enjoy the groves of rhododendrons and hemlocks. Dogs need to be on-leash in the nature preserve.