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“I can’t wait to meet your best friend!”

Hi! I grew up in Pittsburgh, PA, alongside dogs and other furry friends. I now live in Edinboro with my own pup, Sadie, while I attend graduate school. She’s my best friend, but there’s always room in my heart for more dogs! I think dogs are the kindest, purest creatures, and keeping them happy and safe keeps me happy! I can’t wait to meet your best friends!

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Dog Walking in Meadville

Meadville is a quiet town nestled among the thick forests of Pennsylvania. The city was the very first permanent settlement in the northwestern part of the state, and now has historical landmarks and a Pennsylvania Historical Marker. The area will soon become the first pick for dog-lovers too, thanks to the abundance of dog-friendly areas and two dedicated animal hospitals.

Cora Clark Park is the top pick for dog-lovers in Meadville, thanks to the dense forest that makes up the park, and cleared out paths that expand all over the area, giving dogs and humans plenty of room to run, walk or take a good hike outside. The park is pretty rural though, so owners will have to bring water and clean-up bags.

Next door is the Hudekoper Park that offers shaded trails, grassy fields, recreational ballfields, and a picnic area! Dogs are welcome at the park as long as they remain on a leash, and can even go into the enclosed tennis courts for some safe running around. There are also water fountains, trash bins, and benches located throughout the park.

Quiet, cozy, and absolutely dog-friendly, Meadville will become a top pick for anyone looking for a dog loving city!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Meadville

Neason Hill

48
Population Density
2,934 per sq. mi.

Neason Hill

48

The neighborhood of Neason Hill is a mixture of residential homes and forests. Among the wooded landscapes is a dog-friendly park called Elizabeth Park, which provides a perimeter paved walkway, green space, and shaded sitting areas. Dogs must remain on a leash, and be sure to bring water and clean-up bags. The Shady Brook Park provides neighborhood residents another option for dog walking, with over 60 acres of land open for to dogs. Here, you can enjoy paved trails, and views of the pond and creek. Dogs must remain on a leash inside this park, with access to water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

Central Meadville

36
Population Density
4,265 per sq. mi.

Central Meadville

36

Central Meadville is pretty picturesque, with hilly terrains and serene views of the French Creek, especially from the Kenneth a Beers Jr Bicenntenial Park. This dog friendly park covers 34 acres with grassy fields, forest areas, dirt trails that wind throughout the park, open areas for playing and running around, and access to the creek for a cool day in the summer. Leashed dogs can also enjoy the shaded sitting areas, water fountains, and benches. The Hunter's Inn is also in the neighborhood, and provides a dog-friendly patio, all-American bar and grill eats, and complimentary water for Fido.

Kerrtown

24
Population Density
1,089 per sq. mi.

Kerrtown

24

Kerrtown is the southwestern neighborhood of Meadville, and is mostly made up of dense forests, with some parks scattered around the area. One of those parks is the Roche Park, an area that dedicated over 20 acres to open fields and 4 baseball diamonds. With gravel paths, water fountains, and lights in the parking area, all dogs are welcome at this park while on a leash. Additional features include benches and trash bins. The Ernst Bike Trail is another dog-friendly option in the neighborhood that provides a multi-use trail that stretches for 6.1 miles. The trail is completely paved and heads north into town. Dogs must remain on a leash while on the trail, and owners must bring water and clean-up bags.

Saegetown Borough Center

12
Population Density
93 per sq. mi.

Saegetown Borough Center

12

Saegetown is a small town that resides in the dense Pennsylvania forests, just 6 miles from Meadville. The town is best known for its park and lake, named Woodcock Lake Park. The park is over 200-acres and resides right along Woodcock Creek Lake, with river access points, boat launches, and fishing areas. Dogs are welcome in the park as long as they remain on a leash, and can enjoy an extensive system of trails throughout the park, open spaces near the lake, picnic shelters, and access to the campground area. Additional features include trash bins and benches.

Conneaut Lake Borough

0
Dog Parks
1 park

Population Density
407 per sq. mi.

Conneaut Lake Borough

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Conneaut Lake is just 10 miles west of Meadville and brings a lot of dog-lovers to the town thanks to the Conneaut Lake Bark Park. The park is over 36 acres of land that is all fenced-in with separate areas for larger and smaller dogs, and a third for optional use. The area is made up of grassy plains with trees along the outside, which provides shaded sitting areas during the summer heat. The park is open year-round, provides cold water, vending machines, two ponds which are open for dogs to get into, a .25-mile walking trail, and picnic shelters inside the fenced-in areas. Owners will also find clean-up stations, benches, and trash bins.