Perhaps the most interesting thing about North Wales, Pennsylvania is that the modern main street was originally the Old Indian Trail, which was laid in the 1700s. If that doesn't give this community enough character, then there are lots of other things that do! You and your cultured canine can learn more about the borough's history just by walking through town and checking out the historical markers.
Another fun fact about North Wales: it was the home of a disabled artist named William B. T. Trego, who lived here until 1909. He would have the residents dress up and pose so that he could paint them. Those portraits are featured in the historic buildings of the area, including the Pennsylvania Academy of Art and the Mercer and Michener museums.
Another barktastic thing about North Wales is that the whole community comes together to take care of the local parks. Walnut Square Park has been adopted by two local business owners so that everyone has a clean, safe place to walk their dogs. There is less than a mile to enjoy, but it is lined with flowers planted seasonally and benches for resting.
If you love trees or birds (and we know Fido definitely does!), walk the path in Weingartner Park. It is a furrific, paved walking trail that leads you through historic and majestic trees.
Make no bones about it -- you and your precious pooch will love everything North Wales has to offer!