New Hope is a town of Bucks County, and is best known for it fur-abulous downtown, which is decked with pawdorable locally-owned shops and restaurants. Despite being just 1.4-square-miles, there are 6 veterinarians. New Hope is really puptastic!
Canal Park is a woofderful 11.9-acre recreational area just off River Road. There are open fields and walking trails for walks with on-leash dogs. Try the paved 0.3 Canal Park Trail for a quick stroll. Remember to bring waste bags and water.
Sink your teeth into one of the delicious menu options at The Landing Restaurant. Crowd fav-fur-ites include oysters on the half shell, blueberry grilled cheese on sourdough, and an award-winning chili. They also serve paw-mazing cocktails, like the Honey Badger and the Boulevard Manhattan. While you chow down, your pup can enjoy riverside views and a fresh bowl of water. Just ask the host for outdoor seating.
If you’re visiting from out of town, the Clarion Inn & Suite New Hope-Lambertville offers dog friendly rooms at reasonable rates. For a small fee, you and Fido can enjoy a ground-level room with free WiFi.
New Hope is truly a Bucks County gem that every dog can enjoy.
You lucky dog, New Hope has plenty of outdoor spaces to explore! You’ll find places to exercise your dog to keep him from turning a little husky. For a casual stroll, try the Delaware Canal Towpath, a small section of the 143-mile D & L Trail. As you walk through the trees, you can admire the riverfront landscape, hear the birds chirp, or bury a bone in the meadows. If you’d prefer the small park vibe, Pat Livezy Park has playgrounds and open fields for pet lovers to wander. Both the trail and the park require dogs to be kept on leashes, and, of course, that you stay on doody duty. Looking for a way to immortalize your furry friend? fatdogfoto specializes in photos featuring the furriest members of the family. Give them a call to set up a flufftastic session.