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Dog Areas in Quakertown

11 Parks
6 Shops
5 Eateries
13 Groomers
Get your tail wagging for Quakertown! This small town lets every dog live in the lap of luxury. Just ask the five veterinary clinics and animal hospitals how Quakertown treats canine citizens! There are dog friendly dining options and plenty of parks, and all in a town with a population under ten thousand! 

Kick off your trip with supper on the dog-friendly patio at McCoole's--a trendy, modern American high/casual eatery that's opened up in a historic inn that first opened its doors in the 1750s! 

The Lake Towhee Park is 549 acres of dog-friendly bliss. Your pup is going to love the walking trails! Take a hike through the hills or stick close to the water. The park is known for fishing, camping, swimming, hiking, and boating. There's always plenty to see and do. If you keep your dog on leash and on the trails, there's nothing that they can't do with you! 

If you're looking for a park trip that won't need all day to do it justice, check out Quakertown Skate Park for something a little different. The grassy areas on the outskirts of this park are great for a quick walk. There's always something interesting to see while you're here! 

Quakertown is a modern, vibrant, dog-loving community! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Quakertown

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    Population Density 4,400/sq mi

    #1 Quakertown


    Memorial Park is a large, open park in the central neighborhood of Quakertown. There are multiple baseball diamonds throughout, so leash up your dog and prepare for a long walk! You can also remain in the central area, near the playground and the picnic tables. Park at Fourth is a small park pawfect for contemplative walks. There's a path that follows a pond in the center. It doesn't have picnic tables, drinking fountains, or other amenities. What it does offer is an open space where you and your pup can explore together! Whether Fido just wants to walk laps or amble around, this is the park for you. 

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    #2 Richland Mead

    Veterans Park is a huge park complex in Quakertown. This park stacks six baseball fields together! These fields are frequently in use, but if you happen to arrive when they're free, you can explore them to your heart's content. If they're busy, you still have a lot of ground to cover! Leash up your dog and take the path that runs the perimeter of the park. There's plenty of open grassy space next to this path if your pup wants to feel the grass between their toes. If you want an interesting view while walking, or if your pup adores crowds, this is the pawfect place.
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    #3 Richlandtown

    Robert Keller Park is a small community park in the largely residential neighborhood of Quakertown. It has several sports areas that are lined up together. Starting from the parking lot there's a baseball field, two basketball courts, and six tennis courts. Beyond that is a track that surrounds a pond, and beyond that track is the main attraction for dogs: the wooded area! This natural, heavily forested area has a path that runs through it, making a simple loop through the trees. Leashed dogs are welcome to use this path as long as they share the road with cyclists and joggers.
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    #4 Haycock Township


    No trip to Quakertown would be complete without visiting Nockamixon State Park. This park is over 5,000 acres, and has so much more than you could see in a day. There's camping on the premises if you and your dogs want to get close to nature. Even in terms of day trips, there's so much you can do. The walking paths are going to be most attractive to dogs. As long as your pup stays leashed and on the path, they can travel anywhere via the trails. You can wind your way down to the water for a lake-side walk, or stick to the higher elevations for an intense workout. 

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    #5 Milford Square


    Milford Township Park is a small park overlooking the Unami Creek. You can take a path from the park that follows the creek's course for over a mile, but it doesn't loop around. You have to walk out as far as you walk in! If your dog isn't up for a long hike, there's still plenty to do in the park itself. You can take a shorter walk and then relax on the benches that overlook the water. Let your pup follow his nose in and out of the grass. Bring your own water into the park, as this natural space lacks a fountain. 

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