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Dog Areas in Stewartstown

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The borough of Stewartstown in York County is a rural community that's surrounded by forests and farmland. This small town has a neighborhood park and is located within 20 miles of several parks and natural areas. When you need to seek professional care for your pup, there is a veterinarian located within the borough limits.

If you're looking for a place to go exploring with your pooch, head about nine miles northwest of town to Spring Valley Park. This 868-acre facility has fallow fields, woodlands, and over five miles of hiking trails. There's an area in this park where you can train your sporting dog between the months of August and March. Make sure you obtain a general use permit for training.

For a nice park with walking trails that allows dogs, check out Fairmont Park. This facility is located just 11.5 miles north of Stewartstown. The 11-acre green space includes open fields, wooded areas, and a spot to enjoy a picnic. Make sure your keep your canine companion on a leash and clean up any droppings.

Another park where you can take your four-footed friend for a jog or stroll is the York Township Park. This 67-acre park is about 15 miles north of town. There are paved pathways that wander around the athletic fields and through some wooded areas here. Dogs on a leash are permitted to join you in the park.

Stewartstown and the surrounding areas offer a number of outdoor activities that dogs and their owners can enjoy together.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Stewartstown

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    Population Density 2,865/sq mi

    #1 Barrrens Rd S

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    The neighborhood of Barrens Rd S is a primarily residential area with single family homes. Here, you'll be able to walk with your pup down quiet streets. When you want to go for a jog with your pooch, take him to Hopewell Area Recreation-Parks on Heather Drive. This facility includes ball fields, a playground, picnic areas, and a paved walking path. After you get a little exercise, enjoy a snack in the park with your furry friend. Remember to keep your canine companion on a leash and make sure to clean up any messes while you're in this public area.
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    Population Density 4,145/sq mi

    #2 Stewartstown Station

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    In the neighborhood of Stewartstown Station, you'll find a small commercial area, single-family homes, and the elementary school. Here you and Fido can walk along quiet streets to get some fresh air. When you want to take your pup exploring in the woods, take a nine-mile drive northwest of Stewartstown to Arlington Ernst Park in New Freedom. This 19-acre woodland park has natural walking paths and a picnic area. You'll need to bring water with you when you visit this facility. Dogs are permitted to accompany you in the area provided you keep them on a leash and you pick up their waste.
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    Population Density 1,986/sq mi

    #3 Village of Tolna

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    The Village of Tolna is a remote rural neighborhood on the west side of Stewartstown. Take your pup on a stroll along country roads past fields and woods in this area. When you want to go hiking with your special pal, head to the Heritage Rail Trail County Park trailhead in New Freedom, located just over eight miles west of Stewartstown. This crushed-stone trail is part of the National Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Walk or jog along the pathway north toward Glen Rock. Dogs are allowed on the trail provided they're kept on a leash and you pick up their waste. Remember to bring along some water for your outing.
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    Population Density 101/sq mi

    #4 Heritage Farm

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    The Heritage Farm development is located on the southwest outskirts of Stewartstown near the Mason-Dixon Line. This area consists of quiet streets with private residences where you can go for a peaceful stroll with your pooch. If you want to treat your buddy to some social time with other canines, head to Glen Rock Park, located just ten miles northwest of this neighborhood. There's a fenced, off-leash area here where four-footed friends can romp together. Dogs need to be six months old and up-to-date on vaccinations to use this facility. Bring along some water and waste bags to clean up after your pup.
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    Population Density 88/sq mi

    #5 Webb Rd/Dolf Rd

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    Webb Rd/Dolf Rd is in the far northeast part of Stewartstown. This rural area has a few private residences and some farms. There's plenty of room here to take your furry pal for a long walk down quiet country roads. When you want to go on an outdoor adventure with your pup, head about 13 miles northwest to William Kain Park. In this 1,637-acre facility, you and Fido will find more than 12 miles of multi-use trails and boating access to two lakes. Go for a hike or try your luck fishing here. Dogs are permitted to accompany you in this park as long as they're restrained by a leash and you clean up after them.
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