If you and your pup love to travel to tiny towns, then you both will adore the historical, quaint gem known as Millerstown. This dog-loving borough of less than 1,000 people welcomes you and your pup year round! One centrally-located veterinarian is available for your fur-iend’s safety during your stay.
Go on a gnome-home hunt with your pup as you stroll around the Millerstown Community Park. Nestled in woody grounds alongside the Juniata River, this community park offers a public swimming pool, a book exchange kiosk, children’s playgrounds, and bench areas for reading. Bring Fido’s leash and doggie waste bags to keep the park clean.
Camp overnight at the family and fur-friendly Pittman’s Riverside Campground where you and Fido can bark, run, fish, camp, and kayak in a peaceful and clean environment. On a hot, summer day, treat yourselves to frozen delights at Hall’s Ice Cream. A local’s favorite, Hall’s Ice Cream serves up huge banana sundaes for humans and a special “Doggie Treat” for pups with a sweet tooth (with a bone on top!)
Millerstown warmly welcomes you and your best fur-iend to come explore this tiny Pennsylvanian town.
While traveling just a few miles south of Millerstown, don’t forget to make a pit stop in the charming downtown district of Newport. Grab a hot cup of pawffee at the locally-loved Espresso Yourself Café. Fido is welcome to try out their hearty breakfast and lunch menu with you at one of their two dog-friendly outdoor tables. Try the organic Fresh Pear Salad to get your dose of healthy greens, or if you’re feeling frisky, try the European-inspired Reuben Sandwich with oven-baked sauerkraut. Make sure to fill up here before heading to explore the historical 113-foot wooden Feisher Covered Bridge near Newport.