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Dog Areas in Lansdale

12 Parks
4 Shops
8 Eateries
4 Groomers
Lansdale is a puptastic place for a dog-friendly vacation. That's no news to the locals, who flock to Lansdale for its abundance of parks, dog-friendly dining options, and great vet availability. Lansdale has five vets within the city limits. 

The West Point Park in Lansdale is a small, quiet park perfect for walking your dog. The park is light on amenities, which means it doesn't attract the crowds of Lansdale's larger parks. Shy dogs will love walking the paths and exploring this park's green space! 

If you have a whole crowd to entertain, head to 4th Street Park. It has a children's play area complete with playground equipment! During the summer, the seasonal pool is another huge attraction. You can walk your dog along the open grassy areas, or just camp out at the picnic tables for a great lunch! For a combination, head to Stony Creek Park. This park has play equipment, but also a bike trail that winds through the trees. It's the best of both worlds! 

Try Palmero's Pizza for Mediterranean and Israli food in addition to their pizza and classic Italian offerings, all served to a dog-friendly outdoor dining area!

Lansdale has everything you and your dog need to have a great time on your next vacation! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lansdale

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    Population Density 2,250/sq mi

    #1 Wissahickon Park Gardens

    Memorial Park in the Wissahickon Park Gardens neighborhood of Lansdale is a great place to go for a late night walk. This park's lights stay lit 24/7! With bright tennis courts and basketball courts, this park is great for people who have a less than traditional schedule. If your dog is fond of a midnight walk, this is the park to go to. This large park allows leashed dogs only. There isn't as much green space, as some other parks, but the lights and paths make up for it. What it may lack in doggie amenities, it more than makes up for with accessibility and hours.
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    Population Density 2,250/sq mi

    #2 Willowyck

    Church Road Park in Willowyck is a tiny park tucked into a residential neighborhood. It doesn't have much in the way of attractions, but it is a beautiful, green space to walk your dog. If you're looking for something with a bit more to do, head to Hancock Street Park. This park is set back from the road, and consists mainly of wooded paths. These are perfect for exploring with a curious dog! There are other things in the park. Hancock Street Park has a small playground, picnic tables, and a few open sports fields. Bring a doggie bowl to help your pup drink from the fountains!
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    Population Density 2,250/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Lansdale

    York and Susquehanna Park is a great place to take your dog for a weekday walk. This park gets overrun with children on the weekends and after school. If your dog can't stop wagging his tail when he sees humans, this could be a great park! Otherwise you're going to want to stick to walking the paths during the off hours. Hungry? Downtown Lansdale can fix that! Stove and Tap has bottled, canned, and draft beer and an eclectic menu from burgers to yellowtail skewers. They also have a dog-friendly patio! You should also check out Round Guys. They focus on delicious comfort food of the meat and cheese varieties, such as chili mac and cheese and pulled pork sandwiches!
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    Population Density 2,250/sq mi

    #4 Wynwood Estates

    Fellowship Park is perfect for a slow day outdoors. Start with a brisk walk through the park's paved paths. They aren't long, but they wind through the park and give you a great tour. If you're bringing the whole family, you may want to stop off at the tennis courts, playground, or basketball court. Dogs don't care about team sports, but they do love to people watch! If your dog is the kind to wag his tail in a crowd, this is the park for him. Finish up by resting on one of the benches scattered throughout.
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    Population Density 2,250/sq mi

    #5 Upper Gwynedd

    The Whites Road Park in Upper Gwynedd is a community gathering point. It has an outdoor stage that frequently hosts music performances. Dogs are allowed to attend so long as they stay on leash--and out of the spotlight! The rest of the time, the park makes a great place to explore. There are several hills in the park, making it a slightly more challenging location for a walk. The park also has sports fields, a small play area, and picnic areas. It's large enough to make it a great place to work energy out of a dog. It's also still small enough that a walk doesn't turn into a hike unless you want it to!
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