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Dog Areas in Mckeesport

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McKeesport is a soutwestern suburb of Pittsburgh. This area features residential neighborhoods, educational facilities, and some commercial/industrial sections. There's a large park with a walking trail here, and the community provides easy access to several dog-friendly trails and parks in the surrounding suburbs. When you need professional care for your special pal, there are veterinary clinics in the neighboring communities of Dravosburg and White Oak.

If you want to take your pup to a furiffic park, head to South Park, just ten miles west of McKeesport. This 2,013-acre facility includes extensive walking trails and an off-leash dog park for you and Fido to enjoy. There are benches, water stations, and waste bags available in the fenced areas.

Another great park to visit is Round Hill Park, located 9.5 miles south of McKeesport. This 1,000-acre facility includes unblazed walking trails that you can hike along with your pup. Remember to keep your furry friend on a leash and to pick up any droppings.

A great place to treat your pup to some canine socialization is Frick Park, located about 11 miles northwest. This 644-acre facility that's just east of Pittsburgh includes an off-leash play area that's partially fenced and has water access. 

Whether you live in McKeesport or you're just visiting, there are a range of activities you can enjoy with your special pal.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mckeesport

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    Population Density 1,402/sq mi

    #1 Liberty

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    The neighborhood of Liberty, located on the western side of the Youghiogheny River, is a residential community with plenty of green space for you and Fido to enjoy. Here, you can take your furry friend to Dead Man's Hollow Conservation Area. This 450-acre natural woodland has eight miles of trails that you and your pup will be able to explore. Make sure you check out the Enchanted Staircase, Table Rock, and the Three Trunk Sycamore while you're visiting. Dogs on a leash are allowed to accompany you. Make sure you bring along water and waste bags. This is a pack in, pack out facility.
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    Population Density 3,965/sq mi

    #2 Renzie - Grandview

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    Renzie-Grandview is a well-populated neighborhood with peaceful residential streets. Take your pup for a walk past single-family homes in this community. When you want to get some fresh air, head to Renziehausen Park on 5th Avenue. This 250-acre facility includes athletic fields, a rose garden, open fields, and walking trails. Go for a walk or jog with your pooch on the paved pathway that winds around the ball fields and past the fishing pond. After stretching your legs, grab a picnic in the park. Remember to keep your dog restrained on a leash and to clean up any droppings when visiting the area.
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    Population Density 3,374/sq mi

    #3 Port Vue

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    The neighborhood of Port Vue, located on the east side of the Youghiogheny River, is a residential area with green space, a recreational facility, and a school. This neighborhood offers access to a pawtacular multi-use trail. Go for a walk or jog along the River on the Great Allegheny Passage - North Trail. Part of the National Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, this 150-mile pathway stretches from Pittsburgh southward into Maryland. Dogs on a leash are permitted to join you on this asphalt and crushed stone pathway. Remember to bring along plenty of water and waste bags to clean up after your pooch.
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    Population Density 11,033/sq mi

    #4 Oneill Blvd/Versailles Ave

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    The neighborhood around Oneill Blvd/Versailles Ave includes some educational facilities, commercial establishments, and residential streets. Less than five miles to the east of here, you can take your pup to a furiffic park for some off-leash play time. White Oak Park has a two-acre fenced area where dogs can romp freely. There are benches and waste bags here. Dogs must be vaccinated and licensed to use this facility. If you'd rather walk with your pup, leash up and head out on the extensive network of trails in the rest of this 810-acre park. Make sure to bring water and clean up after your pal.
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    Population Density 6,623/sq mi

    #5 Myer Park

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    Myer Park is a small residential area located between a park and the Youghiogheny River. You and Fido can walk along peaceful streets here. When you want to go for a hike in a scenic natural setting, take a drive about eight miles southeast to Braddocks Trail Park off Robin Station Road. This 147-acre wooded facility includes a large waterfall and scenic lookout. Watch for wildlife as you wander through the area. Make sure your pup is on a leash. This is a pack in, pack out park, so bring your own water and bags to clean up your furry friend's waste.
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