Dog walking in New Hope

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Hi, I’m Pam! I’m married with 5 children and 3 Dachshunds (Rocky, Pebbles, & Buster). I recently retired after working 31 years in the Insurance industry and now enjoy a healthy life style. Growing up in Northeast Philadelphia I got my first dog at the age of 12 and have been an animal lover ever since. I have always been a responsible care taker as I would dog sit for my neighbors when they went on vacation. Although I currently own small dogs, I have experience with large dogs too as I took my daughter’s Vizsla for a year as she went away to college in CA. I have a huge heart and I will care for your dog as it was my own making sure their needs as well as yours are met.

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Hi everyone! I'm Liz, a biologist by day and an avid animal lover/rescuer in my free time. I currently run a rabbit rescue organization called Luv-N-Bunns in addition to owning two beautiful American Bulldogs, who are the light of my life. I'm currently working on a Master's degree in Biomedical writing during my days, so I have the flexibility and time to help you with your dogs walks, which I'm anxiously looking forward to. :)​

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Dog Walking in New Hope

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.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New Hope

New Hope Borough Center

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Population Density
1,978 per sq. mi.

New Hope Borough Center

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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.

Acquetong/Centre Bridge

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Population Density
195 per sq. mi.

Acquetong/Centre Bridge

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The Acquetong/ Centre Bridge part of town is named for the Acquetong Creek and the bridge the crosses over it. Soothe your tired paws by pawsing to enjoy the sounds of flowing water and the beautiful scenery. Down a small dirt path just behind the Bucks County Playhouse, you’ll find a lovely manmade waterfall. If you walk along the Acquetong Creek Bridge over Main Street, you can also catch a glimpse of the falls or watch carp play in the water. There’s also a great pet friendly restaurant in this part of town. Check out Fran’s Pub for cold brews and American fare, like burgers and Hawaiian pizza. Well-mannered mutts are welcome to sit in the outdoor patio area.

Lambertville City Center

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Population Density
6,166 per sq. mi.

Lambertville City Center

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Just over the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge is the quaint village of Lambertville, which is quite a bit like New Hope in that it’s lined with locally-owned shopping and dining options. If you’re hearing the growls of hunger, check out Deanna’s Restaurant and Bar. You can slurp down spaghetti Lady and the Tramp style, or enjoy one of their other homemade pasta dishes. Their food is definitely something to howl about. The owners love dogs, and they welcome furry friends in their outdoor courtyard seating area. Lambertville Station is another great option for whining and dining, since dogs can sit besides their owners in the covered outdoor section of the restaurant. Lambertville also has a great hiking trail, the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park Trail. This converted rail trail meanders through the woods and fields along the Delaware River over nearly 70 miles. You can catch the trailhead in Lambertville right near the Lambertville Station Restaurant.

Lahaska Village Center

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Population Density
414 per sq. mi.

Lahaska Village Center

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Lahaska is just outside the border of New Hope, and home to Peddler’s Village, a pawsome place to shop with your pup. The historic village is nestled in 42-acre park-like setting, leaving plenty of space to walk about or picnic with your pup. It’s lined with 18th-century colonial architecture and pawsitively lovely gardens. Many of the shops cater to the dog-lover crowd, leaving water bowls and treats near their storefronts. Take a paws at one of the most fur-iendly, The Lucky Cupcake Shop (a Cupcake Wars contender), and sample one of their sweet treats. Scarf down a cupcake, a cookie, or a piece of pie while you lounge at one of their outdoor tables alongside your pup.

Upper Black Eddy Village

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Population Density
152 per sq. mi.

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Not quite in New Hope, but not far away is Upper Black Eddy, a small  village of northern Bucks County. People who venture into town are usually going to explore one of two spots: Ringing Rocks Park or Nockamixon Cliffs. If given the pawportunity, you’ll definitely want to head to Ringing Rocks Park. Dogs who love to climb will be howling with joy. Humans will be delighted by the ringing rocks, which make musical tones when struck. They encourage you to bring your own hammer! The 123-acre park is also home to Bucks County’s biggest waterfall! Just follow the white dashed trees along the loop trail. For pawmazing views of the Delaware River, visit Top Rock lookout point at Nockamixon Cliffs, which stand 300-feet above the valley. If you’re looking to howl at the moon with your furry friend, you can camp overnight at Colonial Woods Family Camping Resort. Just make sure to keep your pal leashed up, and clean up after your dog when nature calls.

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