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Dog Areas in Turtle Creek

Situated 12 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, the borough of Turtle Creek was named for a small stream that connects to the Monongahela River. This small town is surrounded by Wilkins, Monroeville, Wilmerding, North Versailles, and East Pittsburgh. There are no animal hospitals in Turtle Creek, but the closest one in North Versailles is only a short drive away.

For a nice leashed walk near Turtle Creek, head out a couple of miles southeast to Wilmerding Park in neighboring Wilmerding. This cozy park has paved walking paths that will take you and your pooch among the trees and grassy areas, as well as benches and a war memorial in the center.

Afterward, cross the street to grab some grub at Pasquale's Pizzeria. While there are no outdoor tables provided, there are some sidewalk benches out front where you can sit with Fido as you tuck into your custom pizza.

Pioneer Park is another close and accessible spot where you can take your pupper for a walk. Located in nearby Monroeville, this 36-acre park has a paved walking path that winds along the perimeter; one lap around equals a little less than half a mile.

Its proximity to bigger communities makes Turtle Creek a great place to stay, so come stay a while with your pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Turtle Creek

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    Population Density 675/sq mi

    #1 Tilbrook


    Strap on Fido's harness and grab his leash, cause it's going to be a fun day at the Monroeville Community Park West! Located in the neighboring municipality of Monroeville, this 66-acre site offers various activities for the entire family. For four-legged members, the most appealing features are the paved walking paths, hiking trails, and grassy open spaces. The Monroeville Community Park West seems to be popular among the local pooches, so it's not unlikely that Fido will make a few new friends here. Should you and Fido need to take a break from walking around, the park has four spacious pavilions with picnic tables.

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    Population Density 1,584/sq mi

    #2 Monroeville Blvd / Mosside Blvd


    Looking for pet-friendly accommodations near Turtle Creek? Nearby Monroeville offers a few options, including Hampton Inn and Red Roof Plus+. The former welcomes two doggos up to 50 lbs for an additional fee, while the latter allows one pooch of any size for no extra charge. A dog walking area and pet waste stations are also available at Red Roof Plus+. Whichever establishment you choose, it is recommended to call first to book a dog-friendly room! Less than a mile from the hotels are Dad's Pub & Grub and The Meadows Original Frozen Custard. Both provide pup-friendly outdoor tables, so you can eat out with Fido in tow.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 992/sq mi

    #3 Monroeville East


    Spacious and well-maintained, the Monroeville Dog Park in nearby Monroeville is a furrific place for your pooch to play off-leash and meet other canines. With separate areas for small and large pups, this dog park features a natural surface, lots of trees for shade, and seating for the dog parents. Pickup bags and water are also provided, but it's a good idea to bring your own water in the late fall and winter as the fountains may be turned off during these times. Visitors say the dog park can get muddy sometimes—if that's the case, you and Fido can take a leashed walk outside the fenced areas instead.

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    Population Density 2,858/sq mi

    #4 Wilkins Township


    About 3 miles northeast of Turtle Creek lies Lion's Park in neighboring Wilkins Township. Tucked away in a residential neighborhood, this hidden gem contains a tennis court, basketball court, play area, and plenty of room for strolling around with Fido. From Lion's Park, you and your pup can access the Fran Colonello Walking Trail. With beautiful wildflowers along the way, this short, 0.7-mile loop can be tackled by hikers of all skill levels. There is one steep area on a short section of the trail, but you have the option to avoid it. Remember to always keep Fido on a leash while you're on the trail!

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    Population Density 3,505/sq mi

    #5 Forest Hills


    Off-leash fun awaits Fido at the Forest Hills Dog Park! Located in the nearby borough of Forest Hills, this fenced-in park has two separate sections for big and small dogs, allowing doggos to interact with other canines their own size. Nestled in a shady, wooded area, both sections are equipped with benches, waste bags, and disposal bins to ensure a woofderful time for all. As with other dog parks, Fido must be licensed and vaccinated, with tags visible, to enter the Forest Hills Dog Park. Be sure to pick up after your pooch.

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