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Dog Areas in Media

9 Parks
6 Trails
9 Eateries
1 Groomer

Nicknamed “Everybody’s Hometown”, Media, Pennsylvania is known for its neighborliness and its warm, community feel. Media has an eclectic arts and culture scene, and accessible nature nearby. This unique blend means there’s something here for everyone, including your dog! For the day to day, local dog owners love the many urban parks sprinkled throughout this town, and having the Media Veterinary Hospital right nearby.

In the northwest corner of Media, you’ll find the massive Ridley Creek State Park. This state park has 2,600 scenic acres of rolling meadows and woodlands. Leashed dogs are welcome here as long as you pick up after them, so let your pooch romp around like a wild dog in this beautiful wilderness. There are 12 miles of trails available and 14 different picnic areas. If you want to stay awhile, there are also campgrounds and restrooms in the park.

To get a taste of the local flavor, check out the Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant in downtown Media. They are regularly coming out with new beers on-tap, and have 8 outdoor dog friendly tables. With all these great features in close proximity, you and your best fur friend are sure to feel right at home in Media, Pennsylvania.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Media

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    Population Density 810/sq mi

    #1 Valley Road


    Thanks to Nature Lands Trust’s efforts in land conservation and nature protection, more than 100,000 acres of forests, meadows and streams have been preserved. The Wawa Preserve is one of these lands, and can be found in the Valley Road neighborhood of Media. Bring along your pup as you explore trails that wind through sunny meadows and thick woodlands. If you would like even more botanical diversity, you and your dog can trot on over to the Tyler Arboretum in the same neighborhood. It’s one of the area’s oldest and largest public gardens, featuring 17 miles of trails. You and your dog will love the sights and smells among the 180 year old championship trees and butterfly gardens. Leashed dogs are welcome in both these parks as long as they’re picked up after.

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    Population Density 7,047/sq mi

    #2 Downtown Media

    If you’re having a ruff day, Downtown Media will put a smile on your face and a wag in your dog’s tail. With two urban parks available, and several dog friendly restaurants, this neighborhood is a dog owner’s delight. Barrall Community Park is a small neighborhood park with some nice green space, a baseball field and two tennis courts. Dogs love to stretch their legs in the larger Glen Providence Park on the west side of Downtown. This park features a small pond with a leafy nature trail. Both of these parks welcome leashed dogs, as long as you pick up after them. When you need a pick me up, head over to Seven Stones Cafe! The outdoor tables are dog friendly.
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    Population Density 1,821/sq mi

    #3 Upper Providence Township


    The Upper Providence Township neighborhood is a very pawpular place to live and to visit, being so close to the lovely 120 acre Rose Tree Park. It’s the park all the neighborhood dogs are barking about. This park features a walking path that winds through scenic grassy hills and mature trees, so bring along your camera! If your dog needs to rest his tired paws, you can relax under the pretty gazebo, or in the picnic area. You can also check out the Christmas lights that are put up in the winter, or catch some live music here in the summer. Leashed dogs are welcome here as long as they’re picked up after.

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    Population Density 2,879/sq mi

    #4 Martins Run

    Media is home to another land that has been protected by Natural Lands Trust’s, namely the Hildacy Farm Preserve, which can be accessed through the Martins Run neighborhood. The area used to be farm lands, but were converted to meadows and wetlands featuring several miles of trails. Enjoy the peaceful sights and sounds of the Crum Creek which gently rolls through it. This area is also popular for birding. The native grasses provide nesting areas for a variety of birds, such as the Bobolink and the Eastern Bluebird. Bring your waste bags and dog treats, because this preserve welcomes dogs as long as they stay leashed.
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    Population Density 1,989/sq mi

    #5 Penn Valley


    Penn Valley is more than just your average neighborhood, with two great urban parks for you and your dog to enjoy. Cherry Park features wide open spaces and soccer fields for your hyper dog to burn some energy in. For a bit more of a natural feel, head over to Martin Park located next to Crum Creek. This 19 acre park is definitely a puppy pleaser. Whether going for a jog or a casual stroll with your pup, you can enjoy views of meadows streams and mature trees. None of these parks are designated dog areas so please keep your dog leashed and pick up after him.

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