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Dog Areas in Lafayette Hill

3 Parks
2 Trails
1 Shop
1 Eatery
1 Groomer

The small town of Lafayette Hill is a commuter town outside the city limits of Philidelphia. The area is named after General Marquis de Lafayette since he stayed here during his stay during the revolutionary war. Nowadays, the city is a peaceful place, with a few parks, trails, and cozy atmosphere. Lafayette Hills also has one veterinarian in town to look after its pup's needs.

Miles Park is the largest park in the area, and has something for everyone. There are 6 different sized fenced-in baseball fields, with a soccer field, a playground, and open spaced area. The area is surrounded by thick woods for privacy and shade, and has a .5-mile paved walking trail that runs through the park. Dogs must remain on a leash inside the park, but can enjoy additional features like water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, nighttime lights, and restrooms.

Victory Fields is a public space that is dog-friendly. Inside the area are multiple recreational fields, like soccer and baseball fields, fenced-in tennis courts, a pavilion for picnics and a looping trail that extends over 1 mile. Dogs must remain on a leash inside the park at all times, even inside the fenced-in baseball fields. Additional features include restrooms, water fountains, benches, and nighttime lights.

With so much room to run around and play, its no wonder Lafayette Hill is so popular among dog walkers.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lafayette Hill

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    Population Density 2,001/sq mi

    #1 Lafayette Hill

    The small town of Lafayette Hill is a quiet residential town. Despite its small size, dog-walkers can still find a place to walk Fido in Koontz Park, which is a community park that has something for everyone. This cozy park has a paved walkway that extends into nature trails into the surrounding woods, a playground, a pavilion, picnic tables, restrooms, and an open area to run around and play. Fido will have to remain on a leash the entire time in the park, but will have access to water fountains, benches, clean-up stations, trash bins.
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    Population Density 2,790/sq mi

    #2 Andorra

    Only 3 miles from Lafayette Hill is the suburban neighborhood of Andorra, in Philidelphia. This neighborhood is home to multiple parks, like the Upper Roxborough Reservoir Preserve. The preserve is small, but offers residents an escape from the city to enjoy the natural swampy area with a small nature trail system, open fields, and picnic area for visitors that offer water fountains and trash bins. Right next to the park is the Al Pearlman Sports Complex, which provides a large open space for visiting pups and resident ones, with 6 different fenced-in baseball fields, paved walkways, restrooms, and a pavilion for picnics. Fido must remain on a leash inside both parks.
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    Population Density 9,012/sq mi

    #3 Conshohocken Center

    Conshohocken Center is a bustling neighborhood with shopping centers and trees on the Schuylkill River in the town of Conshohocken, just 3.6 miles from Lafayette Hill. This busy area still features lots of dog-friendly parks, such as Sutcliffe Park. This park is the largest in the neighborhood, and provides a spacious open area made from grassy terrain, a looping trail for dog walkers, 4 fenced-in baseball fields, shaded sitting areas, a basketball court, and a pavilion. Dogs must be on a leash inside the park, but will have access to water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations. The Mary H Wood Park is another park in the neighborhood, and although much smaller, still offers a cozy open space for dogs and humans to use. The area has benches, water fountains, and lots of shade for pups to play in while they remain on a leash.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,045/sq mi

    #4 Flourtown

    The small town of Flourtown is pretty small, and only 4 miles northeast of Lafayette Hill. The city still gets plenty of visitors thanks to the access point to Wissahickon Valley Park, which has over 2,042 acres of dense forests, open fields, and 50 miles of trails along the Wissahickon Creek. The area is perfect for a day's hike with Fido, who doesn't have to remain on a leash inside the park. Enjoy hiking along nature trails and concrete pathways, or go down to the creek to fish or swim in the water. Throughout the parkĀ are benches, water fountains, and trash bins, with clean-up stations in the parking area.
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    Population Density 3,617/sq mi

    #5 Chestnut Hill

    The Chestnut Hill neighborhood is a quiet, suburban community on the outskirts of Philidelphia, and only 4.2 miles from Lafayette Hill. Inside the neighborhood is the beautiful Pastorius Park, which offers 16 acres of open space, with scattered trees, and a fishing pond. There's plenty of room to run around in the park, shaded sitting areas, a playground, and picnic area. Pups must remain on a leash inside the park, but have access to additional features like water fountains, paved walkways, benches, and clean-up stations. Buckley Park is a corner park that's also in the neighborhood, and although not as big, it still offers a grassy area to take Fido for a walk. The park has benches, a small grassy area, paved walkways, and benches.
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