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Dog Areas in Marietta, PA

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A borough in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Marietta is a hidden gem of a town that can’t be missed. Don’t let its small size fool you; there’s a lot that makes this location a must-see on your doggy to-do list! With a selection of restaurants to choose from, as well as a wonderful hiking trail to enjoy with your canine companion, Marietta is a beautiful reprieve from the hustle and bustle of larger city life. 

If you’re looking for a furrific hike that you can enjoy day or night, make your way to Northwest Lancaster County River Trail. It’s one of the many trails converted from prior railways by the Rails-To-Trails Conservancy, a non-profit organization that specializes in renovating abandoned railroad corridors into walking trails. With beautiful riverside views for you and your best four-legged pal to scope out, as well as plenty of shady spots for the two of you to relax, you can’t go wrong in this little slice of paradise. Whether you’re a visiting tourist, or someone who lives locally, pack some snacks and some fresh drinking water for both you and Fido. Also be sure to bring plenty of doggy waste bags. You’ll want you keep this picturesque location clean!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Marietta, PA

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    Population Density 3,453/sq mi

    #1 Central Marietta

    If you’re looking for a nice pint, follow the pitter-pattering of your pup’s paws to Pig Iron Brewery. With a long list of selections from micro-breweries across the country, your dog will be welcome to join you at any of the 13 outdoor tables at the Pig Iron. Enjoy some of the delicious and classic American pub fare on offer here. There are even a selection of daily specials for you to choose from, with a variety of food and drink combinations that will have not just your dog drooling, but you as well. Bring some treats for puppy, and have fun!
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    Population Density 3,453/sq mi

    #2 Front Street


    Make your way west, and you’ll find yourself on Front Street in Marietta. Here is where you’ll find McCleary’s Public House, another dog-friendly pub that can’t be missed if you’re in the area. With a number of outdoor tables to choose from, you can bring Fido for a bite and a pint. Just be sure to bring plenty of drinking water for your canine companion, as well as your trusty collapsible water bowl. Your dog will need to rehydrate after they get a peek at some of the delicious pub fare available. You gotta check it out!

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,169/sq mi

    #3 Woodlawn

    Let your hound hang his head out the window on the short drive to Woodlawn, a neighborhood in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Although it's a little out of the way from your original destination of Marietta, you’d be doggone crazy to miss out on Beau’s Dream Dog Park at Buchanan Park. With two separate areas for large and small dogs, both sides have a splash pad for a bit of fun on a warm and sunny day. There’s even a tunnel for the small dogs, and a tennis ball launcher for the bigger breeds.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 11,633/sq mi

    #4 Mundis Race Road

    The city of York is another short drive away. If you’ve made the trip this far, you absolutely can’t miss out on John Rudy Park. Within the greater park is a dog park called Canine Meadows, which features three fenced-in areas for large and small dogs. With grassy hills and plenty of shade, you can let your pup have a good bit of off-leash fun while you catch up on the paper (or that latest app you’ve gotten into). Bring drinking water and plenty of doggy waste bags, and you’re sure to have a ball here.
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    Population Density 2,169/sq mi

    #5 Centerville Rd

    Last but not least by any means, the trip to west Lancaster is well worth making. Here, you’ll find That Fish Place, a pet-friendly shop that has one of the largest aquatic selections on the East Coast -- if not the largest altogether. They carry a variety of dog supplies, as well as other pet supplies, so let your precious pup pick out some goodies. After the good time you’ve had on your doggy day trip, they definitely deserve a treat for being a nice and well-behaved pup! Besides, you won't be able to resist the big, sad eyes they'll pull as they sniff out all the treats on offer here!
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