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Dog Areas in Mont Clare

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Originally called Quincyville, Mont Clare is a village in Upper Providence Township, Pennsylvania, nestled on the banks of the Schuylkill River. There are no veterinary hospitals in Mont Clare, but the nearest one is only a six-minute drive away in the neighboring borough of Phoenixville.

The Schuylkill Canal Park is not to be missed when one is in Mont Clare! A gold mine for outdoor recreational activities, this scenic site comprises a 5-mile water loop trail, a public boat launch, birding paths, wildflower gardens, and a popular fishing spot. The park is also home to various historical artifacts, including a fully restored and working lock from the 1820s. One of the original 72 locks built on the canal, Lock 60 is demonstrated for groups and during special occasions. The best part is, leashed doggos are welcome at Schuylkill Canal Park, so bring your best friend along for a leisurely walk and picnic by the water.

Another place where you and Fido can go for a riverside stroll and picnic is St. Michael's Park, which is less than half a mile from Lock 60 by foot. St. Michael's Park is also located along the Schuylkill River, so pack your picnic basket and enjoy a relaxing afternoon with your pup!

Visit Mont Clare for a pawsitively good time with your pooch!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mont Clare

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    Population Density 1,710/sq mi

    #1 Southwest Phoenixville


    Is Fido looking to make new friends? Bring him to the Reynolds' Dog Park in nearby Phoenixville to socialize with other canines! Part of Longford Park, this fully fenced and grassy dog park comprises separate sections for small and large dogs, giving everybody plenty of room to run around off-leash. Water and seating are not provided, however, so feel free to bring your own. Adjacent to the Reynolds' Dog Park is the Port Providence Trailhead of the Schuylkill River Trail, a multi-use trail that spans five counties between Philadelphia and Pottsville. Puppers are allowed to use this trail, as long as they are leashed.

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    Population Density 2,631/sq mi

    #2 Phoenixville Center


    The Reservoir Dogs Park in neighboring Phoenixville is another spot where Fido can make some pawsome new pals. With separate areas for large and small dogs, this dog park is quite wooded, allowing pooches to be in a natural environment while still being fenced in. There are several benches to sit on while you keep a watchful eye on Fido, but you'll have to bring your own drinking water. After Fido's done socializing, drive 4 minutes to Bridge St to grab a bite at a pup-friendly restaurant. Options include Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, Franco Ristorante, Black Lab Bistro, and Thai L' Elephant.

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    Population Density 595/sq mi

    #3 Valley Forge Circle


    Step back in time with Fido at the Valley Forge National Historical Park in nearby King of Prussia! The famous site of the Continental Army's 1777-78 winter encampment during the American Revolutionary War, Valley Forge today offers tours, scout programs, hiking, and other activities. Be sure to check out the Pawling Farm section of the park for some pawsome trails. Not only does this forested area contain several trails, it's also home to various wildlife such as deer. Some of the trails in Pawling Farm run parallel to the Schuylkill River Trail, which travels through the park as well. Note that Fido must remain leashed at all times while inside the Valley Forge National Historical Park.

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    Population Density 837/sq mi

    #4 Audubon Mill Grove


    The Lower Perkiomen Valley Park in nearby Norristown is a haven for recreational sports and outdoor adventure. Spanning 107 acres along Perkiomen Creek, this park houses athletic fields and courts, picnic areas, and a children's playground. It also serves as a trailhead for the Perkiomen Trail, a 20-mile trail that stretches from Oaks to Green Lane, passing through historic towns and connecting public parks. Mostly crushed stone with a few paved sections, the Perkiomen Trail, or “Perky” for short, is used by bikers, joggers, horseback riders, and cross-country skiers. Fido is welcome to join you on the Perky and at the Lower Perkiomen Valley Park as long as he stays leashed.

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    Population Density 1,159/sq mi

    #5 North Norristown


    Norristown Farm Park in the nearby borough of Norristown is a furrific location to take your pupper for a leashed stroll. With over 7 miles of paved trails and numerous nature trails, you and Fido could easily spend an entire day at Norristown Farm Park. There are also several areas throughout the site to picnic and view wildlife, so be sure to pack some food and bring your camera. Because of the area's agricultural, institutional, and manufacturing history, Norristown Farm Park contains open fields and buildings from the mid-18th through the early 20th centuries. This popular park is busiest in the mornings and evenings but never gets crowded even during those times.

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