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Dog Areas in Mount Pleasant, PA

6 Parks
3 Trails
1 Shop
6 Groomers

Mount Pleasant is indeed a pleasant place to explore with your pup. This small Pennsylvania borough fifty miles southeast of Pittsburgh was founded in the early 1800s, and became an important hub for glass and steel manufacturing. Between its beautiful mountain views and historic architecture, it is full of scenic places to take your dog for a walk. Mount Pleasant also has three veterinary clinics to address your dog's medical needs.

One of the most unique locations to bring your pup in Mount Pleasant is the Coal & Coke Trail. This six-mile converted railroad trail is named for the two carbon-based fuels that trains used to carry on it. You will find the trailhead in Willow Park in downtown Mount Pleasant, which features many open grassy areas and picnic pavilions where you can rest before and after your hike. The paved trail winds through several scenic wooded areas, passes over streams, and at one point runs alongside an active rail line. It's not unusual to spot wildlife on this dog-friendly path. You will need to keep your pup on a leash and bring your own waste bags and water.

With its bucolic green hills, streams, and lakes, there's no place more peaceful or pleasant to bring your pup than this aptly named town.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Mount Pleasant, PA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,450/sq mi

    #1 Main St

    48
    On Mount Pleasant's historic Main Street, you'll find a great local store where you can shop for and with your dog: Muddy Paws Pet Supply. This specialty boutique sells pet apparel and toys as well as natural foods and baked treats. In addition to the aforementioned Willow Park, there are several small parks scattered through the downtown area where you can take your pup after you're done shopping. Frick Park has a large open grassy area and a walking track as well as a few sports facilities. Other small downtown parks with play areas include Satcho Park, Medic 10 Park, and Jack Bobb's Park. You will need to keep your dog on a leash at all parks and bring your own waste bags and water.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 369/sq mi

    #2 Orchard Hill

    36
    In this neighborhood right outside of the downtown area, Helltown Brewery sits on an inconspicuous residential street. The no-frills setting in a converted garage is part of the appeal for locals who come to this laid-back dog-friendly spot to enjoy a good beer. Food trucks frequently visit. It's a great place to stop after checking out the massive Bridgeport Dam Park. Centered on a 70-acre lake, the park is favored by folks who enjoy fishing or paddling with their pup. Its open fields are great places for walking or a game of fetch. There are also wooded and marshy areas to explore. You will need to keep your pup on a leash at Bridgeport Dam Park, and bring your own waste bags and water.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 228/sq mi

    #3 Pennsville / Coldbrook

    24
    You'll find parks all along the way as you explore this neighborhood south of downtown Mount Pleasant. Like Bridgeport Dam Park just to the north, Jacobs Creek Park is centered on boating and fishing options on a lake. There are also lots of rolling hills and grassy fields to explore. A newer feature of the park is the Jacobs Creek Educational Wetlands, a restored wetland with mature trees. Further south, Mount Vernon Park includes open grassy areas and restored historical sites. As with all parks in the Mount Pleasant area, you will need to keep your dog on a leash and bring your own waste bags and water.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 284/sq mi

    #4 Calumet / Norvelt

    12
    This north Mount Pleasant neighborhood includes a prominent golf club and Mammoth Park, a local gem that's a great place for pups. This massive 400-acre park lives up to its name and features a large lake where you can boat or fish. It's also a great spot to observe migrating birds. The giant 96-foot-high slide, airfield for remote-control planes, and skate park make it a popular option for families. The expansive grounds and trails that pass through pristine wooded areas also make it a popular place for pups. Dogs need to remain leashed and you will need to bring your own waste bags and water.
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    Population Density 48/sq mi

    #5 Champion

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    This small town twenty miles southeast of Mount Pleasant is the site of Roaring Run Natural Area. Several trails wind through this huge 3500-acre wilderness preserve. Your hikes will take you under a canopy of mature trees and across many creek crossings. It's the perfect spot when you're seeking either peace and quiet away from urban noise or wanting a more adventuresome trek. Some trails are better marked than others so be careful to trace your route. You can find trail maps online. You should also prepare for your pup to come home with muddy paws after hiking here! You will need to keep your dog on a leash and bring your own waste bags and water.
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