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Dog Areas in Malvern, PA

11 Parks
2 Trails
7 Eateries

If you and your dog love going on hikes through the woods, Malvern is perfect for you! This beautiful Pennsylvania city is home to numerous parks, trails, and preserves that welcome dogs. The city also has lots of dog-friendly restaurants, as well as six veterinary clinics to keep your dog happy and healthy.

For a great on-leash walk with your dog, check out the Chester Valley Trail. This 14-mile paved trail goes from King of Prussia to Exton, and it passes through Malvern along the way. As you make your way along this trail, you’ll pass through a forest, and you’ll also see the remains of a historic bridge. Bring water and doggy bags with you, and have a pawesome time hiking this trail.

George Lorimer Nature Preserve is another good place to go for a long on-leash hike with your dog. This woofderful 88-acre preserve has an extensive trail system with trails that take you past lovely streams, forests, meadows, and ponds. Bring doggy bags and water, and have a fun time hiking these trails and seeing all the sights in this preserve.

With its numerous parks and preserves, Malvern has something to offer every dog. When you’re in Malvern, one thing’s for sure: you’ll never have to worry about running out of things to do with your dog!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Malvern, PA

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    Population Density 2,150/sq mi

    #1 National Lands' Willisbrook Preserve

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    If you’re looking for a pawsitively amazing place to hike with your dog, check out the National Land Trust’s Willisbrook Preserve. This stunning 126-acre preserve welcomes dogs on-leash, and it has tons of great sights to see. The preserve is home to the 20-acre Sugartown Serpentine Barrens, which supports many rare and endangered plants. The preserve also has beautiful woodland areas and open fields. You and your dog will both have fun hiking here! After your hike, treat your pup to lunch at Christopher’s. Dogs are welcome at this restaurant’s outdoor tables, and your server will bring your dog a bowl of water. While your dog enjoys their water, you can dine on all-American classics, including burgers, brick oven pizza, and chilli.

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    Population Density 3,636/sq mi

    #2 West King Street

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    This neighborhood is home to Burke Park, a lovely community park that welcomes dogs on-leash. While you’re here, you can take your dog for a walk on the park’s flat and paved paths. These paths will take you past open fields where your dog can roll around in the grass. There are also plenty of shady benches where you can sit and enjoy the view with your furry best friend. After the park, continue your fun day out with breakfast, brunch, or lunch at Julie Ann’s Place. This café offers delicious omelets, sandwiches, homemade pastries, and more. They welcome dogs at their outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 34/sq mi

    #3 Gulph Creek Road

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    If you're looking for a great off-leash dog run, head over to this Wayne neighborhood and check out Harford Park Off-Leash Area. This off-leash area is about 9.5 miles from Malvern, and it includes a huge open field where your dog can frolic and play. If your dog gets thirsty, there’s a water fountain available for them. The area is unfenced, so be sure to keep your pup under voice control while they’re playing. Your dog will always have a pawesome time running and playing here! If you’re hungry after the dog park, check out Elegance Café. Sit at one of their two dog-friendly outdoor tables, and enjoy homemade soups, sandwiches, quiche, pastries, and cookies.

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    Population Density 865/sq mi

    #4 Pottstown Pike

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    If you’re searching for another fun off-leash area, try Roonie’s Canine Corner at Robert Lambert Park. Located seven miles from Malvern, this off-leash park includes one large area where dogs can play and make new friends. The dog park is completely fenced in, keeping your dog safe and secure. It has agility equipment for your pup, including a fun ramp, and there are tennis balls you can use for games of catch with your dog. Be aware that the park has no running water, so it’s a good idea to bring a water bottle or two with you. Your dog will love meeting other pups in this great park!

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    Population Density 4,074/sq mi

    #5 Lloyd Avenue

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    This Downingtown neighborhood is home to Lloyd Park, a beautiful park with an unfenced off-leash area. This park is 14 miles from Malvern, and its off-leash area includes a huge grassy field with plenty of space for your dog to run and play. There’s also a creek that your dog can splash around in on hot days. Bring water and doggy bags, and have a furrific time playing here. Want to get a bite to eat after playing at the dog park? Head to Green Street Grille, a casual restaurant that serves gourmet omelets, gyros, specialty sandwiches, and more. Dogs are welcome at the restaurant’s outdoor seating, and your server will bring your dog a big bowl of water.

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