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Dog Areas in Spring City

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Spring City, Pennsylvania is a lovely town situated along the gorgeous Schuylkill River. It is located only 45 minutes from Philadelphia, but you'll find plenty to right at your own front door if you live in Spring City or just happen to be visiting. There are always plenty of community activities happening in Spring City, and with its proximity to the river, there is so much to do outside and your dog will have a snifftastic time exploring the area. Although Spring City only has a population of just over 3,000, it has a few veterinarians of its own, and in the surrounding cities and areas you will find countless more.

For one of the best cups of coffee and some of the best baking in town, make sure you and your dog stop in at Dawdy Haus Coffee. They serve excellent desserts, fresh sandwiches, and a scrumptious assortment of coffee drinks. They also have outdoor tables so your pet can be with you while you munch on lunch and get your caffeine fix so you're all set to go explore the rest of what Spring City has to offer.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Spring City

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    Population Density 4,074/sq mi

    #1 West Downingtown

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    Downington is a Pennsylvania borough with a population of just under 8,000 people. A 28-minute drive from Spring City will get you to west Downington, which is where you will find Lloyd Park. This large dog park has everything you and your dog need for a successful trip to the dog park: tons of space to run, trails to explore, a creek to swim in, and plenty of friendly dogs for yours to play with. There is also a dog-washing station at the exit of the park, so if your dog gets messy, you can clean them up before you head home.
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    Population Density 15,547/sq mi

    #2 Central Pottstown

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    The borough of Pottstown is about 40-miles north of Philadelphia and has a population of almost 23,000 people. You can take a quick drive from Spring City to Pottstown and visit their dog park called the Pottstown Dog Park. This park is a membership-only park that requires a small yearly fee to get a key that allows you to access the park. There are several waste bag stations within the park, and park visitors are good at keeping the space clean and fun for everyone. There is also a hand-washing station outside of the park and plenty of shade to keep you and Fido cool on hot days.
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    Population Density 4,562/sq mi

    #3 East Phoenixille

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    Reynold's Dog Park at Schuylkill Canal Park in east Phoenixville, Pennsylvania is definitely worth the 15-minute drive from Spring City. This big off-leash park is fenced with additional areas for big and small dogs to run and play safely with dogs of the same size. This park also has a double-gated entry system to ensure dogs with a habit of taking off are safely contained within the confines of the park. This park doesn't offer a lot of shade, so be sure to visit during times of the day when the sun isn't at its peak.

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    Population Density 6,014/sq mi

    #4 South Haverford

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    If you've got the time, don't miss out on visiting the Haverford Reserve Dog Park in south Haverford, which is about a 35-minute drive from Spring City. This park was built in 2010, and it has convenient features like LED lighting for walking at night, a sheltered pavilion, benches, and plenty of shade. The park also offers separate areas for little dogs and another for big dogs to play together. The community takes great pride in the Haverford Reserve Dog park, and 90% of it is maintained by volunteers, dog owners, and generous donations. Note that this park has a two-dog limit per person, so if you have a large pack of dogs, you'll have to visit with two of them at a time.
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    Population Density 2,546/sq mi

    #5 Northwest West Goshen

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    In under half an hour you can drive from Spring City to West Goshen, Pennsylvania. In the northwestern part of West Goshen, there is a large park known as Robert Lambert Park that is a popular place for residents and visitors to gather. Within this park is an off-leash dog park called Roonie's Canine Corner. Visitors note this park is the perfect size for your pet to have room to run and play, but not so big that you will lose sight of them. The park also has plenty of water bowls, balls, and toys, so your dog is sure to be entertained during their visit.
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