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Dog Areas in Mc Kees Rocks

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Also referred to as The Rocks, Mc Kees Rocks sits along the banks of the Ohio River, boasting picturesque views from all over town. With both large and small parks to explore, as well as two highly rated veterinary clinics, Mc Kees Rocks is a pawsome place to visit with your pooch.

There are several parks in Mc Kees Rocks that are pawfect for a dog walk, with Clever Park being one of the most popular. This park is home to sports facilities, a swimming pool, a playground and picnic shelters, as well as paved paths for you and Fido to stroll on.

Another park worth checking out is Third Street Park. This 3.2 acre park has recently enjoyed a refurbishment, and now features a brand new playground, along with a sports field and a paved walking path that loops its way around the park.

If you would prefer a more scenic walk, head on over to the Meyers Ridge Community Garden, which features beautiful landscaping and colorful flowerbeds. Just across the road from here is the larger Meyers Ridge Park, with its sports facilities, playground, and large patch of woodland.

There are so many pawtastic walks to be had in Mc Kees Rocks, making this a destination that you and your pooch will no doubt love.  

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mc Kees Rocks

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    Population Density 1,124/sq mi

    #1 Clever Road


    The Clever Road neighborhood is quite quiet, making it pawfect for an urban dog walk. However, if your pooch would prefer some greenery to sniff around in, this neighborhood is home to the 30 acre Fairhaven Park, featuring rolling green hills and spacious grassy lawns. There are numerous facilities within the park, including basketball courts, soccer fields, ball fields, picnic shelters, playgrounds, skating rinks and more, as well as a paved path that makes it easy for you and Fido to explore the whole park. While dogs are welcome in this park, a lead is essential, and owners must make sure to always clean up after their pups too, with several pet waste stations dotted throughout the grounds to make this more convenient.  

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    Population Density 669/sq mi

    #2 McCormick


    McCormick is always popular when it comes to dog walks, as the large Burkett Park lies right at the center of this neighborhood. This picturesque park tends to get quite busy, especially at weekends, and is often the chosen spot for local festivals. There is plenty for you and Fido to see here, from the baseball, soccer and softball fields to the playground and picnic shelter. There are also paved pathways that meander through the park, and these are pawfect for a leisurely stroll. Dogs are allowed to use this park, but you will need to make sure that you bring a lead, doggie bags and drinking water with you.

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    Population Density 1,989/sq mi

    #3 Chestnut Ridge


    Directly adjacent to Mc Kees Rocks is Chestnut Ridge in Pittsburgh, and although this may be quite a small neighborhood, it provides access to one of the largest parks in the area. Settlers Cabin Park stretches out for 1610 acres, and offers up plenty of facilities, such as wave and dive pools, sports courts, playgrounds, picnic tables, and a historic log cabin dating back to 1780, which gave the park its name. There are several hiking trails winding their way through the park, such as the 6.2 mile Settlers Cabin Trail, and the one mile Lake Loop Trail, all of which your pooch will no doubt love.

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    Population Density 1,060/sq mi

    #4 Thornburg


    Less than a mile from Mc Kees Rocks is the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Thornburg, home to the beautiful 62 acre Thornburg Conservation Park. For pups who like walks in the wilderness, this park will definitely be appreciated, as the natural vegetation has been left to grow wild here in order to conserve the various habitats within the park. There are several cut trails throughout the park that you and Fido can follow, with each one being wide and well-maintained. They also boast smaller paths snaking out from them, enabling the two of you to really explore every inch of the park. Keep in mind that dogs are only allowed in this park five days a week, with Wednesdays and Sundays being their banned days.  

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    Population Density 5,932/sq mi

    #5 Sheraden


    Less than a mile from Mc Kees Rocks is the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Sheraden, and this large neighborhood has plenty of green spaces for you and Fido to check out. The largest is the historic 51 acre Sheraden Park, which sits in a secluded, wooded valley, providing such a tranquil environment. With sports facilities, playgrounds, picnic areas and more, all surrounded by ancient trees and old stonework, this is such a pawtastic park to walk through. Just a few minutes away from Sheraden Park is McGonigle Park, where you will find sports fields, a play area, and a large patch of woodland for Fido to sniff about in.

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