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Dog Areas in Upper Black Eddy

Upper Black Eddy is an unincorporated village in Bucks County, and its name is often shortened to UBE. This cozy locale is situated along the Delaware River and 25 miles from Allentown, one of the largest cities in the state. When it comes to veterinary help, there aren't any hospitals or clinics in UBE that will help out with your pup's health. But don't worry -- there are many in the near vicinity. The closest one is in Milford, just 3 miles away from UBE.

If you decide to visit this village, you absolutely have to check out Ringing Rocks Park, which is a 4-acre field of "ringing" rocks, also known as sonorous rocks. When hit with a hammer, these rocks produce a ringing sound that's similar to the sound of a bell. You should also check out the Nockamixon Cliffs, located within the Delaware Canal State Park.

Even though the place is pretty small, if you need somewhere to stay with your doggie, UBE has two pet-friendly campgrounds -- Colonial Woods Family Camping and Ringing Rocks Family Campground -- and many cottages and houses for rent. 

Need to grab some grub or supplies? Paw on over to Homestead General Store, where you and your leashed canine companion can share lunch at the outdoor seating area.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Upper Black Eddy

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    Population Density 1,299/sq mi

    #1 North Central Bethlehem

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    Monocacy Dog Park is approximately 19 miles away from Upper Black Eddy, and you can find it in North Bethlehem. The park is fenced, and you can let your doggie off-leash in one of the two separate areas that take up around 1.5 acres of space. There are water fountains and bowls here where your parched pal can wet his whistle after chasing some new friends. Some tunnels and agility equipment are available, and there are benches for the human visitors. The ground is mostly covered in grass, and the trees provide nice shade in some parts of the park.
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    Population Density 320/sq mi

    #2 Nazareth

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    Another place that is fairly close to Upper Black Eddy is the Nazareth Borough Dog Park. Located in North Nazareth, this park is enclosed and provides a separate area for little doggies. Shaded areas can be found in the park, and there are benches that you can rest on. If you decide to take your dog to this park, be sure to bring water with you since there is none provided in the park. When it rains, the place gets really muddy, so bring a towel with you. Some toys are also provided for extra fun! Bring poop baggies with you and you're sure to have a pawsitive experience!
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    #3 Round Valley Reservoir

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    If you're in the mood for scenic views and nature hikes instead of waiting around for your dog in an enclosed space, head to Round Valley Reservoir. Located 19 miles away from Upper Black Eddy, this place officially allows doggies on-leash, but some people let their pups off the lead. This body of water is the deepest one in the state. The walking trails here vary in length and difficulty, so even if you don't hike much, you can find something easy and relaxing. If you decide to take your canine friend here, make sure you bring water and waste bags with you.
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    Population Density 4,450/sq mi

    #4 South Hellertown

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    Polk Valley Dog Park is another good option that you have while you're in Upper Black Eddy. This place is located in South Hellertown, around 15 miles away from Upper Black Eddy. This park is a little over an acre large and includes different zones for small and large canines. The park allows two dogs per handler, and dogs must be spayed or neutered. The only downside to this park is that there is no water available, so you'll have to bring some yourself. Also, there isn't much shade, but if you're looking for a no-frills, fenced park with lots of grass, look no further!
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    Population Density 4,102/sq mi

    #5 Hatfield

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    A little bit further away from Upper Black Eddy from the previous parks is the Hatfield Dog Park. Located around 30 miles southwest of Upper Black Eddy, this place can be found in Hatfield. This fenced, off-leash park provides different areas for different-sized pups. The areas have separate entrances for added safety. For the human visitors, the park provides shaded areas, benches, and even a vending machine with drinks! Some agility equipment is available to entertain the pups and help with training. Night lighting is also provided so you can play here even after the sun goes down! Poop scoopers and trash cans are also provided. 
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