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Dog Areas in Tyrone, PA

Back in the day, Tyrone was a bustling commercial town known for its paper product manufacturing. The population has dwindled since its peak in the mid-1900s, but the borough is still a cozy spot that more than 5,000 people call home. There’s one vet clinic here, but you’ll need to hop in the car and travel a bit to find restaurants and fun activities for your furry friend.

Tyrone is located near several state parks and game lands, so finding something to do if you love the outdoors shouldn’t be too difficult. There’s relatively quick access to several trails, like the Houtzdale Line Trail, which is only about 18 miles from Tyrone. This 10-mile path will take you through some of the areas where railways were used consistently in the 1800s and 1900s and offers some great spots for wildlife watching.

Only eight miles from Tyrone is Bellwood, where you’ll find the Bell’s Gap Rail Trail, a six-mile path that will give more experienced hikers and their dogs a challenging walk through woods and valleys with some incredible views. If you love spending time outside with your dog, then Tyrone’s surrounding areas have some furtastic spots for you!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Tyrone, PA

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    Population Density 1,789/sq mi

    #1 Allegheny Furnace


    Just over 18 miles from Tyrone is the Allegheny Furnace neighborhood of Altoona. This area has quite a few dog-friendly hotels for you and your pup to stay at if you’re just visiting. It’s also the home of Highland Park, which is a public park that’s somewhat of an unofficial dog park. This park has picnic pavilions, walking trails, and some open spaces for your dog to play or run with you on his leash. You can also take advantage of some paw-friendly chain restaurants in the area that have outdoor seating for you and your pup and make for the pawfect spots to grab a meal or dessert. 

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    Population Density 1,062/sq mi

    #2 Park Forest Village


    Park Forest Village in State College is just over 23 miles from Tyrone. Your dog will go mutts for the furtastic Tudek Dog Park, which has separate areas for large and small dogs, a water fountain, and some pretty grass on which your dog can run and play. Your leashed pup can even take a hike with you around the Tom Tudek Memorial Park, which has a walking path, sporting fields, pavilions, and more. Park Forest Village has several dog-friendly restaurants, like Hog Father’s Old Fashioned Barbecue. Grab a bite to eat with Spot at one of the outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 1,434/sq mi

    #3 College Heights


    About 26.5 miles from Tyrone is the College Heights neighborhood of State College. This place has a couple of unique opportunities for furry paws. You can visit Free Motion Animal Massage to give your pup some relaxing downtime with experts who know just how to massage your dog! Or, check out Webster’s Bookstore Café, which has a couple of outdoor tables where you can enjoy a coffee with your dog while you read your favorite book. College Heights also has some dog-friendly restaurants with outdoor seating, like Zola Kitchen and Wine Bar, which even has some nights of live music to enjoy.

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    #4 Black Moshannon State Park


    Outdoor-loving dogs and their owners are in for a treat in Philipsburg. Black Moshannon State Park is just over 28 miles from Tyrone and offers the pawfect outdoor escape for adventurous pups. The park has camping areas where you and your dog are welcome to stay, and it’s only an extra $2 per night for Sparky! You and your dog can enjoy fishing areas, a splash in the lake, or relaxing by the campfire. There are also some trails that weave through Black Moshannon State Park, and as long as your dog is on a leash and cleaned up after, he’s welcome to join you as you explore. 

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    #5 Bald Eagle State Forest


    The Bald Eagle State Forest will take you a little longer to get to than the other spots – around 42 miles – but this might be the perfect outdoor escape for you and your furry friend. The park has close to 6,000 acres of space to enjoy, including wetlands, forest areas, and even a lake that’s a great spot for fishing or spotting some wildlife. Your leashed pup is welcome in some of the camping areas, and she can also join you for a hike on some dog-friendly trails. The Mid-State Trail is one of them. This trail is over 300 miles long and goes through several state parks, including Bald Eagle State Forest.

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