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Dog Areas in Phoenixville

11 Parks
8 Trails
3 Shops
13 Eateries
1 Groomer

Located within the Philadelphia Metro Area, Phoenixville is a historic town with a laid-back, artsy vibe. Home to a wide range of parks, trails, dog-friendly restaurants, and four veterinary clinics, this quirky town will no doubt charm both you and your pooch.

There are numerous parks to be found within Phoenixville, with one of the finest being the Lower Perkiomen Valley Park. With sports facilities, picnic areas, fishing spots, and more, your pooch will love exploring the 107 acres here. The park also provides access to three different trails; the Perkiomen Trail, the Schuylkill River Trail and the Audubon Loop, all of which allow dogs, so long as they are kept on a lead.

After all of that walking, your pooch will appreciate some time to relax, and Phonexville has a number of dog-friendly restaurants at which you can both do this. The Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant serves up comfort food and micro-brews, along with fresh cold water for dogs, while Marly's has a dog-friendly veranda where you and Fido can enjoy upscale continental cuisine. For a meal with a view, Fitzwater Station is located right by the Schuylkill Canal, in a restored 19th century building.

If you have a dog who would appreciate long walks, good food, and a fascinating dose of history, then Phoenixville is a town that will definitely not disappoint.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Phoenixville

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    Population Density 3,392/sq mi

    #1 Cromby


    Cromby tends to be a favorite with the canine population of Phoenixville, because there are some pawtastic outdoor activities to be found here. Reservoir Dogs Park is one of these, a large, dedicated dog park in a natural setting, with separate areas for smaller and larger dogs. There are plenty of trees here, and even a patch of woodland in the large dog area, while doggie bags, drinking water, water dishes and dog balls are also provided. If Fido is still not tired out, head to the Black Rock Sanctuary, 119 acres of meadows, woodlands and more. There are five different walking trails to choose from here, most of them under a mile long, but be sure to keep your pooch on a lead.

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    Population Density 1,185/sq mi

    #2 Oaks/ Mont Clare


    Dogs love the Oaks/ Mont Clare neighborhood, because this is where the Longford Park/ Reynolds' Dog Park can be found. This dedicated dog park features separate grassy sections for small and large dogs, and while doggie bags are provided, you will need to bring your own water. Right by the entrance to the dog park is the Schuylkill River Trail, a multi-use trail that stretches out for 76.6 miles. Recently voted as the Best Urban Trail in the United States, this is a walk that will show you and your pooch everything from trendy restaurants to wildflower meadows. Dogs are allowed to use this trail, so long as they are kept on a lead at all times. 

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    Population Density 9,928/sq mi

    #3 Borough Center


    Borough Center is home to one of Phoenixville's prettiest urban parks, making this a popular neighborhood with dog owners. Reeves Park is beautifully landscaped, and is complete with historic monuments, a playground, sports facilities, and a scenic pathway. Once you and your pup have enjoyed a leisurely stroll, head on over to one of the neighborhood's dog-friendly restaurants. The Black Lab Bistro has several dog-friendly tables, as well as a casual yet contemporary menu, while Franco Ristorante is ideal for pups who love authentic, traditional Italian food. If the two of you would like some dessert, Browns Cow serves up ice cream, sorbet, milkshakes and more. 

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    Population Density 815/sq mi

    #4 Valley Forge/ Bull Tavern


    Located on the edge of town, the Valley Forge/ Bull Tavern neighborhood is quite a green area, with access to the 3600 acre Valley Forge National Historical Park. With historic buildings, statues and monuments surrounded by lush, rolling hills, this park will take you and your pooch through more than 200 years of American history. If your pup would like an even longer walk, the park provides access to the historic Horse-Shoe Trail, a 148 mile path that will take you all the way from Valley Forge to the Appalachian Trail near Harrisburg. With everything from creeks and wildlife to furnaces and other relics from the 18th century iron industry, this is a walk that offers up so much to see. 

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    Population Density 1,387/sq mi

    #5 Pickering/ Valley Forge Christian College


    This neighborhood is a scenic part of town, and there are some pawtastic dog walks to be found here. For pups who love nature, the Pickering Creek Preserve is the place to go. This park is home to a variety of different habitats, as well as several short trails to help you and your pooch to explore them all. For a short, relaxing walk, give the River Birch Trail a try. If you would prefer more of an urban walk, Baker Park is also in this neighborhood. Although this park is most famous for its outdoor swimming pools, there are large green areas, with plenty of trees, that make for a great walk. 

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