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Dog Areas in Perkasie

8 Parks
3 Trails
2 Shops
5 Groomers
Perkasie has a rich history and a vibrant present. This dog-friendly community is full of great locations to explore! Whether you enjoy learning about the industrial history of the area, or you're fully committed to outdoor adventure in beautiful Pennsylvania, there's something for you in Perkasie. There are also two animal hospitals in Perkasie, so your pup can feel safe while exploring!

Check out the Lake Nockamixon Area Trail if you want to spend a good chunk of your day outdoors! This 5 mile loop path welcomes leashed dogs and provides amazing views of the water. You can also look to Perkiomen Creek Trail for a challenge--this loop is almost seven miles long! 

If you want to enjoy the great outdoors, but don't want to commit your day to a hike, there are plenty of parks in Perkasie to explore instead. The Perkasie Skate Park is a great park if you're looking just to work off some of your dog's energy! Walk your dog on the grassy edges of the park for a conveniently located workout. Split the difference with the Three Mile Run Boat Access area. You have the beauty of nature that comes from a hike, coupled with the convenience of going to one of Perkasie's urban parks. 

Explore Perkasie with your pup today! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Perkasie

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    Population Density 550/sq mi

    #1 Blooming Glen

    Blooming Glen Park is the light of the residential community of Blooming Glen. This small park has the basics that anyone needs to enjoy their neighborhood. The basketball courts bring in kids after school and on weekends, but they won't impress Fido. Your dog is going to love the open meadows instead. Blooming Glen Park has a wide lawn that ends at a tree lined field. You can walk the perimeter and let your dog follow their nose through the tall grass. You could also skirt the playground and settle down for lunch on the benches. If your pup is shy, skip this park on the weekends or after school gets out!
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    #2 Hilltown

    Hilltown Township Park is a huge open space! The focus of the main park is sports, sports, sports. There's a full sized soccer pitch and a full sized baseball diamond! Playground equopment and two basketball courts are sandwiched in between. The entire park is surrounded by a paved walking path that makes wracking up steps with your pup a breeze. If full laps are a bit much for you or your dog's puppy paws, don't worry about it. The park also has a path down the middle, so you can easily walk just half of this huge loop for a more managable walk.
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    #3 Downtown Perkasie

    There are two parks that make Downtown Perkasie a great place to explore with your dog. Kulp Park's wooded walking paths are a big hit with dogs. You'll feel like you're way out in the woods even when you're just a few hundred yards from the four tennis courts, baseball diamond, or playground. Perkasie Park is another option in the neighborhood. If you want to skip the crowds and go to a completely preserved natural area, this is the place. The simple paths wind through trees, and without other amenities, this park tends to be a restful and quiet place to walk your dog.
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    #4 West Perkasie

    Lenape Park is a small, family oriented park that features picnic tables and open green space for meals and entertaining. The gazebo in the center of the park can be a great backdrop for photos! Most dogs, however, will prefer to head just down the road to Perkasie Dog Park! This large, completely fenced in field is a pupular destination! Your dog can run off leash to meet new friends and explore the area! The field itself is plain. You should bring a toy with you in case your pup doesn't make a friend. A doggie bowl and water is also recommended.
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    #5 North Perkasie

    Marley Park is a simple park in North Perkasie. It's worth a visit if you're in the area. Though the park does have a playground, baseball diamond, and soccer field, most of the park is just open space. When it's not in use for a pickup game of soccer, it's ripe for exploration! A high energy dog will love jogging with you down Marley Park's dirt paths. If you don't feel like tackling all the space in Marley Park, you can still stretch your dog's legs with a trip around the inner circle of the park. There's plenty to see even close to the parking lot!
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