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Dog Areas in Munhall

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1 Groomer
Munhall is a small borough that cozies up to its neighbors, and is located between the equally small borough of Homestead and the grand city of Pittsburgh. This prime location gives you access to a lot of great things in the area, such as parks and dog-friendly establishments. For people who don't want to be deep in the city, Munhall is a great way to see the area without getting caught up in the hustle and bustle. With two animal hospitals in the small town, you know that you're not sacrificing safety for space. 


Square Park in Munhall delivers on its name. This park is a simple, square place near the heart of Munhall. Leash up your dog and explore the area. There are paved paths through the park that your dog will love. Rest on the benches and enjoy time away from the crowds. 

The John F. Kennedy Park is the place to bring your whole family. This is the busier Munhall park by far! The biggest draw is the playground, which features separate areas for younger and older children. The sports fields also get a lot of use. Dogs will love walking the park's busy pathways and relaxing at shaded picnic tables! 

Munhall living sure isn't ruff, so check it out today! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Munhall

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    Population Density 4,014/sq mi

    #1 Whitaker

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    Whitaker Field is just seven minutes from Munhall in the town of Homestead. It's a large baseball diamond frequently used for team practices and local league games. If your dog loves to people-watch, this is the park for them! There's almost always someone there, and the bright lights let the park stay open after dusk. Don't worry about having to walk your dog in the bleachers or sneak by a game, either. Whitaker Field has a paved walking path that loops the baseball field! You get a great view of the game (if one's happening) and your dog gets an easy walk. It's a pawfect arrangement!
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    Population Density 4,014/sq mi

    #2 New Homestead

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    Seven minutes from the heart of Munhall, the neighborhood of New Homestead is thriving. Revenue Park is a community playground and sports area that's perfect for a quick walk. There's a large playground and a full size basketball court, so you can easily please the whole family. There is a small amount of green space, but you can also walk your dog around the perimeter of the park. Panorama Field is the opposite; it's a huge open green space, with tons of room to walk your dog! What it lacks in other amenities it more than makes up for in sheer space.
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    Population Density 2,662/sq mi

    #3 Lincoln Place

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    Nine minutes from Munhall is the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Lincoln Place. McBride Park is a small, natural park. It's densely wooded, with plenty of shade and coverings. It's also an ideal place to explore with a nose hound, or any sniffing dog! With so many trees, leaves, and squirrels around, this park is a great place to let your dog go where their nose takes them! The park doesn't have much in the way of walking paths, but that shouldn't be a problem! There's lots to explore without going too far in McBride Park.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,429/sq mi

    #4 Central West Mifflin

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    West Mifflin is home to the West Mifflin Park. This pawsome park is just an eight minute drive from Munhall! It has a little bit of everything you need. There's a large play structure perfect for kids, and a small picnic area that's great for everyone, but pawticularly awesome for tired dog-owners who just took their pup down to splash in the creek. Creek access is a great find in a park like this, and as long as your dog stays on leash, they can cool down to their heart's content. Put all these factors together, and it's no wonder West Mifflin Park is so popular!
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    Population Density 7,489/sq mi

    #5 Duck Hollow

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    Eight minutes from Munhall is the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Duck Hollow. This adorably named neighborhood is right on the water, which is where you'll find Shelburne Park. This open, flat grassy space is a convenient place to walk your dog. Duck Hollow is close to the freeway, and also close to the river. Stop by in the morning before work or going out for the day, or in the evening to help you and your dog unwind. Shelburne Park gives your pup an opportunity to stretch their legs and go where their nose leads them! This park is very simple, so be sure to bring in everything you want with you. You won't find a drinking fountain here!
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