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Dog Areas in Murrysville

19 Parks
2 Trails
11 Shops
1 Eatery
5 Groomers

The sight of Murrysville comes right off a postcard, with gorgeous mountains surrounding the city and scenic sights of green plains along the foothills. The city is only 20 miles from Pittsburg and over the years, has changed from being a township to a borough. One thing that hasn't changed over the years is the city's dedication to its four-legged residents. The town has 5 separate animal hospitals, and numerous dog-friendly places for Fido to take a walk.

The Murrysville Community Park Dog Park provides a large fenced-in area for off-leash play. There are separate areas for large and small dogs, double-gated entrances, picnic tables, kiddie pools in the summer, clean-up stations, and plenty of water. The dog park is located in the larger Murrysville Community Park, which is also dog-friendly. Dogs must remain on a leash outside the dog park, but have access to larger areas for running and playing, and miles of paved trails. 

The Lillian Kellman Nature Reserve is also dog-friendly with over 56 acres of undeveloped land featuring natural paths that run throughout the park. Dogs must remain on a leash shorter than 10 feet, and owners must bring water and clean-up bags.

Whether connecting with nature or just getting out for some exercise, you and Fido will find no better place to play than in Murrysville.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Murrysville

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 459/sq mi

    #1 Southern Murrysville

    Southern Murrysville lies right on the southwestern tip of the city, filled with rolling plains and dense groups of residential homes. The area is best known for its large park called Pleasant Valley Park, a 262-acre area made up of open fields, hilltops, and thick forests. The surrounding vegetation makes the area perfect for hiking opportunities with Fido, with over 3 miles of trails being marked out by gravel throughout the park. Dogs must remain on a leash inside the park, and have access to additional features like picnic shelters, water fountains, trash bins, clean-up stations, benches, and recreational fields. 
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 714/sq mi

    #2 West Export

    West Export may have west in the name, but it's actually the central neighborhood of the city, with lots of open space and groups of residential homes. Duff Park is the best place to head to in this neighborhood, which provides a hilly terrain covered in woodlands, with a wild plant sanctuary, open spaces, easy to difficult trails, a pavilion, and a playground for children. Dogs are welcome in the open areas and on all trails while they are on a leash, and can find clean-up stations, water fountains, and benches. For hungry pups and humans, head down to Atria's Restaurant & Tavern for some small bites or brunch menu items, and sit down at the outdoor, dog-friendly tables.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 772/sq mi

    #3 Western Murrysville

    Western Murrysville is covered in dense forests and used to be known for the black bears that roamed the area. That's where Bear Hollow Park got its name, and now provides a large area that's more friendly for dogs than bears, with open areas, playgrounds for children, and a looping trail that goes around the park. Dogs must remain on a leash and stay out of the playground area, and have access to water fountains, trash bins, and benches. South of the park is Bear Hollow Trail, a .5-mile trail that connects to Forbes Trail, a longer nature path. Dogs are welcome on the trail, but owners must bring water and clean-up bags.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,472/sq mi

    #4 Delmont

    Delmont is the southeastern neighborhood of Murrysville that provides access to the city and surrounding forests. The Franklin Estates Park takes up some of those forests, offering 4 miles of nature trails that wind throughout the park. Greenspace Manordale Farms is another popular place in the neighborhood to attend, with historic lands that used to be farmland that is now dedicated to maintaining open areas, untouched woods, and wildlife. There are dog-friendly trails inside the park that are open to leashed pups, but owners must bring water and clean-up bags.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,002/sq mi

    #5 Northern Pike

    Two miles east of Murrysville is the neighborhood of Northern Pike in Monroeville. This neighborhood is popular among Murrysville residents thanks to the Heritage Park Dog Park, which provides an enclosed area for dogs to run around off-leash. In the park, there are separate areas for large and smaller dogs, water bowls, and double-gated entrances with a grassy and mulch terrain on a hill. Dog owners will also find clean-up bags, trash bins, and benches at the park. The rest of Heritage Park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and offers paved walkways throughout the park for a good walk.
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