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Dog Areas in Latrobe

6 Parks
2 Trails
2 Shops
3 Eateries
7 Groomers
Latrobe is a gorgeous community at the edge of the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area, close to Pennsylvania's famous Chestnut Ridge region. It's a fantastic place to take your dog, as evidenced by the sheer quantity of dog friendly features! There are two veterinary hospitals in Latrobe, so you know your pup is always near expert care. 


Dig in to casual American favorites at Wano's Pond! Their dog-friendly outdoor seating area lets you enjoy a good view and a great sandwich at the same time. 


Warm up in Latrobe with a trip around the Saint Vincent Ponds trail. This trail is an easy walk for most people, and features 1.1 miles of pond-side trail! It's a loop, so you don't have to double back over ground you've already covered. 

If you're looking for a little more of a challenge, the Twin Lakes Loop is 2.4 miles long. This trail is popular with joggers and cyclists as well as dog walkers, so keep a firm grip on the leash while you're exploring! 

If you'd rather host a fun day at the park, Loyalhanna Soccer Park is the place to go. Despite the name, there's actually plenty to do there. Take over a picnic table for a lunch or explore the fields with your pup! 

Visit Latrobe for a furrtastic time! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Latrobe

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    Population Density 1,668/sq mi

    #1 West Latrobe

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    Hillside Park is a small area in this residential Latrobe neighborhood of West Latrobe. This park is a great place to walk your dog on the grass. It's not too far from main roads, allowing its convenience to make up for the fact that it's a little plain. If you just want to stretch your legs and let your dog sniff squirrel trails through the grass, this location will definitely work. It doesn't have amenities, so bring your own drinking water, and anything else you'll need to make the trip stimulating for you and your dog. This park is great for shy dogs, as its rarely crowded.
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    Population Density 1,668/sq mi

    #2 Gertrude

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    The Legion Keener Park is a large park mainly dedicated to two large baseball fields. There's also a full sized soccer pitch that's frequently used. Dogs probably won't be impressed by the sports fields, tennis courts, or basketball courts. They will enjoy skirting the edge and heading to the back third of the park, where the path winds through trees and walking is the sport of the day! You can snap a few pics at the picturesque gazebo, or enjoy a picnic lunch away from the cheering crowds. There's enough room in the last third of this large park to be bigger than some full parks in Latrobe!

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    Population Density 1,668/sq mi

    #3 Latrobe Square

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    The Fred Rogers Memorial Park is a place to stop and breathe fresh air in an urban spot. Latrobe Square is a bustling neighborhood, but it's never too busy for childhood heroes. The Fred Rogers Memorial Park is a Latrobe must-see for those who grew up with Mr. Rogers. There are trees for shade, benches for relaxing, and a beautiful fountain in the center. This park is a great choice if you just want to take your dog on a short walk without bothering with crowds and children. There's no play equipment, so this park is mostly used for quiet activities. There's a mosaic tribute and statue/fountain to Fred Rogers at the center of the park in recognition of this legend of children's television. 

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    Population Density 1,668/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Latrobe

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    Cardinal Park hugs the curves of Loyalhanna Creek, meaning that the entire park features green views of the water. Leash up your dog and walk along the edge of the water for a gorgeous and interesting walk. If you have a whole pack of people to please, this park is a great choice. In addition to the natural beauty of the creek and the rolling meadow, Cardinal Park has a wide selection of activities. There are fields for soccer and lacrosse, as well as basketball. There's a playground for children, and a simple track for someone looking for a more carefully measured walk. Your leashed dog is welcome wherever, so explore to your heart's content! 

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    #5 Georges Station

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    Twin Lakes Park is a fantastic park that aims to allow everyone access to nature and recreation. To that end, you'll find the park equipped with features that make it more accessible. Paved walking paths are one such feature, as well as the ramps. The park is right on the water, and there's a variety of activities available there. Your leashed dog is welcome to wade in the water with you. The park also offers fishing opportunities and boat rentals. Bring a whole crew and scatter to the various activities, from fishing to sports, to playing on the playground or having a picnic!
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