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Dog Areas in Middletown, PA

9 Parks
2 Trails
2 Shops
1 Eatery
4 Groomers
Middletown is the kind of charming small town that makes tails wag. Whatever you and your pup need, you can find it in Middletown. Rest easy knowing that there's an animal hospital right in town, so you and Fido can explore without fear! There's certainly plenty to see in Middletown. 


Looking to work your pup's legs and get your own blood pumping? Hike the path at Vineyard & Brewery at Hershey! This 1.6 mile trail is an amazing loop through the local winery. Your dog is welcome to join you as long as you keep them on leash, and ensure that the path stays as clean as it was when you found it. 

If you don't need a whole hike to get your dog's exercise in, try Little Hollywood Field. The park is characterized by the huge baseball diamond at the center! This field is popular with little league teams, but there's still plenty of room left over to walk your dog. This is a great field to head to if you're looking for a flat and simple walk--that still gives your dog plenty to see and sniff along the way! 

Come to Middletown for lots of dog-friendly fun! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Middletown, PA

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    Population Density 4,354/sq mi

    #1 Royalton

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    Kiwanis Park is a small park in the Royalton neighborhood of Middletown. It's proximity to Swatara Creek creates a beautiful vista while walking your dog. Circle the park so you can walk the perimeter and see the water through the trees! The park also has a large baseball diamond that takes up most of its space. If your dog is the type to love to see people throwing a ball around, this is a great park to tire out their body and mind. Fluffy will love people watching, and you'll love that you don't have to leave Royalton to tire them out!
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    Population Density 4,354/sq mi

    #2 Central Middletown

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    Susquehanna Street Park is a small park that has an emphasis on sports. There's an American football field and a baseball diamond at the park. There's also extensive parking and access for the Swatara Water Trail! This point to point trail is a challenge, so you may want to make it an out and back adventure, and return to Susquehanna Street Park when you're done with your walk! Etnoyer's Park is another popular destination in the area! This park has a small playground surrounded by green lawn space. Your leashed dog will enjoy a chance to stretch their legs, and unlike Swatara Water Trail, it's an easy walk!
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    #3 Pineford

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    Oak Hills Park is a large park in the Pineford neighborhood of Middletown. There's an extensive parking lot that divides the park into two halves. Head north for the side of the park that has a playground! There's also picnic tables, and open space for eating, playing, or just stretching out on the grass! The other side of the park is mostly given over to a large baseball diamond. If you're looking for a long walk, circle both halves of Oak Hills Park. Hoffer Park is another park in Pineford. It has an extensive sports area, with courts for tennis and basketball, in addition to room for soccer. Leashed dogs are welcome to explore the walking paths. 

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    #4 Riverview/Colony

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    Greenfield Park delivers what the name promises: lots of grassy fields! This park has several soccer fields staked out and frequently in use. This is great news for pups who love to watch a game unfold! All the sights and sounds make for a stimulating time for dogs. If you'd rather have a quiet walk to yourself, leash up your pup and head to the walking paths. There's a long path that circles the park's hill and soccer fields, making for a nice, if not especially challenging walk. Bring your own water in with you, as this park lacks drinking fountains along the way!
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    Population Density 4,354/sq mi

    #5 South Middletown

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    Sunset Park has not one, not two, but FOUR baseball diamonds! When they're not in use, any one of these fields makes a great meadow for exploring with your dog. Just be sure to pick up after your pup, and leave the fields as clean as you found them! In additon to ambling through the meadows, Sunset Park has a walking trail that ties them all together. This out and back path is not a challenging walk, but if there are games in session you'll still pass plenty of excitement. It's a great way to tire your dog out in South Middletown.
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