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Dog Areas in Pottstown

9 Parks
2 Trails
3 Shops
13 Eateries
7 Groomers
Pottstown has an abundance of all things dog related. Are you looking to hike with your dog? Pottstown has it! With six animal hospitals in town, Pottstown even has your pet's health covered!

Tornetta's Pizzaria is the place to start your culinary tour of the town, because they serve delicious, modern Italian food to an extensive dog-friendly outdoor patio. 

The Horse-Shoe Charcoal Loop Trail is a great trail in Pottstown! This trail is a 4.1 mile loop with very moderate demands, making it perfect for a long walk for all skill levels. Your dog will enjoy the exercise, and in season, you can enjoy the wildflowers the path is known for! You can also try Buzzard Trail. Despite the name, this 5.5 mile trail is only moderately difficult, and runs through the forest. Both trails are accessible to leashed dogs. 

Motel 6 Pottstown allows your pet to stay with you for no pet fee! If you don't mind shelling out a little extra, you have plenty more options as well: Quality Inn Pottstown and Days Inn Pottstown both allow dogs for a small fee. 

Pottstown is so dog friendly, your pup's tail won't stop wagging! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Pottstown

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    Population Density 1,805/sq mi

    #1 Coddington View

    Sunset Park / Trailhead is a beautiful area of Coddington View. This simple park is more of a natural spot than a place for kids. Instead of a playground, this park features a fishing pond and a gravel path through the area. This trail isn't long, but makes an interesting walk as you're passing through Coddington View. Hungry? Look no further than Shorty's Sunflower Cafe. They serve local, farm-fresh ingredients wherever possible, and pride themselves on being dog friendly. Eat up on the patio, choosing from breakfast and lunch options like farmer's scrambles, sloppy BBQ pork sandwiches, and other twists on American favorites.
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    Population Density 1,805/sq mi

    #2 West Pottsgrove

    Manatawny Park is a simple park with big draws. During the summer they have a spray park for kids. While your dog sadly can't enjoy it, it does make this park a hit with the whole family. Walk your dog along the trails next to the fishing pond. Ducks are common, so be sure to keep a grip on your pet's leash to avoid quackidents! When you're ready to eat, Los Aztecas is ready to serve you. Try these fresh, modern spins on Mexican classic dishes from the comfort of an outdoor patio. If you're more in the mood to sip, the Sly Fox Brewing Company has a dog-friendly tasting room outdoors where you can try local brews!
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    Population Density 1,805/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Pottstown

    Downtown Pottstown is a busy, busy neighborhood. There are two great parks and two great restaurants, so no matter what your taste and mood, there's something here for you! Memorial Park is 70-acres of beautiful open space! Watch a game at the lighted ball field or bring the whole family for an outdoor BBQ! Your leashed dog is welcome to join you on the walking trails! By contrast , Riverfront Park is a smaller, more scenic spot to relax. It offers views of the river, delivering on the promise of the name. It's a great park for a quick amble to whet your appetite for dog-friendly dining! iCreate Cafe melds activism and food. They're a vegan cafe that also offers technology and vegan cooking courses! They have dog-friendly outdoor tables. Connections on High is a trendy coffee shop with a wide menu of drinks, a smaller menu of quick and easy lunches, and free WiFi!
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    Population Density 485/sq mi

    #4 Shades Corner


    The Shades Corner neighborhood straddles the line between Pottstown and Kenilworth. The Schuylkill River Trail is on the Pottstown side. This trail is a gorgeous walk along the water. It's an out and back trail with a full length of just over five miles, so keep track of how you're feeling as you walk. You have to walk back every step you walk in, so turn back before you're exhausted! Kenilworth Park is also on the Pottstown side of the line, despite the name! This park features open lawn space for walking, rolling, and enjoying! There's also a short, paved walking path that's a great alternative to Schuylkill River Trail's much longer walk! 

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    Population Density 1,805/sq mi

    #5 Ringing Hills

    The Ringing Rock Park is a little park with a big personality. It's light on amenities; you won't find BBQ pits or a playground here. Instead, leash up your dog and follow the small path towards the center of the park. After a moderate hill climb, you'll see the rocks that the park takes its name from! While the walk isn't particularly difficult, it's a popular adventure. The ringing rocks make a great selfie bark-ground, too! You'll want to bring your own water and a doggie bowl to share it in with you. This park doesn't have drinking fountains.
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