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Dog Areas in Millerstown

1 Park
2 Shops
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

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.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Millerstown

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 910/sq mi

    #1 Millerstown

    This small community is is home to Jo-Jo’s Original Italian Pizza & Family Restaurant, which offers a pawrific good time. Known as simply “Jo-Jos” by the locals, this pizzeria is family-owned and welcomes two-legged and four-legged beings with open arms. Their pizzas, subs, and calzones are known for being pawticularly delicious. Your pup is welcome to dine with you at Jo-Jos, and if Fido is lucky, might even get treated to a slice of ham by the owners themselves! So remember to bring your appetite and your manners when in Millerstown!
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,195/sq mi

    #2 Juniata Terrace

    Head west to find the nearby town of Lewistown, where you can find plenty of fresh air and babbling brooks. The WaterSide Campground in Lewistown welcomes you and furry friends year round to take part in fun outdoor excursions. Pitch a tent with your pup, or park your RV (or rent one on site) and enjoy the campground’s many amenities. There’s fishing, swimming, a heated pool, historic canal rides, and much more. Keep Fido on a leash when outside exploring the campgrounds, and make sure to call ahead to receive more information regarding dog breed restrictions. Get ready for a furtastic good time!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,032/sq mi

    #3 Highland Park

    If you and your pup are in need of an off-leash space to roam and play, a short drive into Lewistown will bring you to the nearby Kish Dog Park at Kish Park. The park is conveniently divided into two areas for small and large dogs that are under/over 30 pounds. Open year round, the Kish Dog Park offers pups plenty of space to play catch with their humans and make new fur-iends with other pups. While this dog park is off-leash, make sure Fido is leashed when entering and exiting the park or when strolling in the rest of the park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 83/sq mi

    #4 Bloomfield

    From Millerstown, take the nearest exit and follow signs to Newport. Just outside of this neighboring town of Newport is the Little Buffalo State Park. Known as both a historical and recreational hub, this is a popular destination for out of town family and friends (barking and non-barking types). Within this 923 acre State Park lies a plethora of hiking trails. Seek out signs for The Newport and Shermans Valley Railroad Trace, which make up 1,600 explorable rail-trails. With support from the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, the many rail-trails are preserved and ready to welcome you and Fido on a nice walk, run, or hike!
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,107/sq mi

    #5 Borough Center


    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.

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