Dog Walkers in Silver Spring, PA

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Dog Areas in Silver Spring, PA

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Silver Spring is a small town that's located about eight miles west of Lancaster. This community is a combination of residential neighborhoods, farmland, and some small businesses. There's a veterinary clinic on the eastern outskirts of town if you need professional care for your pup.

Head about 11 miles northeast into Lancaster with your fur baby to spend a day at Central Park. This 544-acre facility allows dogs on a leash in designated areas. There are several trails that wander beside creeks and through the woods and fields here. Make sure you clean up after your pup.

Another lovely place to take your special pal for a walk in the park is Lancaster Community Park off Millersville Pike. This facility has a paved walking path and some open spaces. Dogs on a leash are allowed to join you here. Bring water and waste bags with you.

Combine a hike through woods and wetlands with a little off-leash playtime for Spot at Noel Dorwart Park. There's a series of trails in this facility that you can explore with your pup on a leash. One spur of the network leads to a dog play area where you can let your pal run free! There are benches and tables throughout the park for your convenience. Bring water and waste bags when you come.

Located near the city of Lancaster, Silver Spring offers easy access to several pet-friendly outdoor opportunities.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Silver Spring, PA

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    Population Density 564/sq mi

    #1 Silver Spring

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    Silver Spring is a small community with single-family homes, a local park, and an area golf course. In this area, you and Fido can take a short stroll along peaceful roads. For a great outdoor adventure, head west five miles to Chickies Rock County Park. Explore this wooded facility with your furry friend. Hike along the park trails and catch stunning views of the Susquehanna River and the surrounding areas from the Breezyview Overlook. Dogs on a leash up to six feet long are allowed to join you in this pawesome park as long as you pick up their waste. Bring some water with you for your outing.
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    Population Density 1,237/sq mi

    #2 Ironville

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    Ironville is a rural community with private residences, a few parks, and a natural area. You'll find quiet country lanes here where you and your special pal can take a daily stroll together. When you want to go on an extended hike or jog with your four-footed friend, drive about five miles west to connect with the Northwest River Trail. You can park in the lot located at the juncture of Furnace and River Roads. This 14-mile paved pathway stretches from Columbia to Falmouth. Dogs on a leash are permitted to accompany you provided that you clean up their waste. Remember to bring water with you.
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    Population Density 443/sq mi

    #3 Farmdale

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    Farmdale includes residential streets that surround a community park and an elementary school. Here, you and Spot can go for a hike down country lanes that have covered bridges. There's a pawtastic trail located about 4.5 miles northeast of here. Take your pup to the trailhead for the Lancaster Junction Trail on Champ Boulevard. This mixed-use pathway stretches north along Chickies Creek for 2.3 miles and is part of the national Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Dogs can join you here as long as you keep them on a leash and pick up after them. Make sure you bring water and waste bags with you.
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    Population Density 1,852/sq mi

    #4 Oyster Point

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    Located about three miles east of Silver Spring, the neighborhood of Oyster Point has single-family homes and apartments. There are sidewalk-lined streets here where you and your canine companion can take a walk together. If you want to treat your pal to some off-leash playtime with other pups, check out Overlook Dog Park. This facility is about seven miles northeast from Oyster Point. There are separate areas for small and large dogs. Dogs need to be licensed, vaccinated, and registered to use this park. There is an annual membership fee. Make sure you bring waste bags and clean up any messes.
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    Population Density 1,587/sq mi

    #5 Mountville

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    Just two miles south of Silver Spring, you'll find the community of Mountville. This neighborhood includes residential areas where you and your pooch can enjoy a walk together. For a scenic hike, take your special pal to Samuel S. Lewis State Park. This 85-acre park has 1.6 miles of hiking trails. Take the Hilltop path to wander through pine forest and to get spectacular views of the area from the top of Mount Pisgah. You may bring dogs with you as long as they're on a leash and under your control. Pack water and waste bags for your trip and clean up after your fur baby.
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