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Dog Areas in Venetia

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Just 18 miles south of Pittsburgh, Venetia is an unincorporated community in Washington County. While there are no veterinary clinics in Venetia, the closest ones are only 5-10 minutes away by car in neighboring McMurray and Finleyville.

Venetia is a dog-friendly community that welcomes four-legged guests in all parks as long as they are leashed. For Fido's daily walkies, head to Rees Park, a 15-acre site with athletic fields and a children's playground. Note that the playground is off-limits to puppers, so just stick to the grassy areas.

Another spot to check out in Venetia with your pooch is Peterwoods Park. This family-friendly park houses several sports fields, pavilions, an outdoor amphitheater, and the community recreation center. With 133 acres, there's plenty of ground to cover at Peterwoods Park, but you and Fido can also access the Arrowhead Trail from here if you'd like to explore beyond the park's boundaries.

The Arrowhead Trail is a paved surface trail that stretches 3.5 miles from Route 19 to Brush Run Rd. It is part of the 46-mile Montour Trail, which follows the route of the old Montour Railroad. Peterwoods Park is just one of the trail's many access points.

So put on your walking shoes and grab Fido's leash—a puptastic time awaits you in Venetia!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Venetia

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,202/sq mi

    #1 Giant Oaks

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    For a peaceful nature getaway with your pup, head out about 6 miles from Venetia to the Peters Lake Park in nearby Canonsburg. Enjoy the Pennsylvanian outdoors at this beautiful park, which features Peters Lake, launches for canoes and kayaks, and a 1-mile wood chip walking trail around the lake. If you and your pooch are feeling adventurous, there are also a few unpaved paths that lead through the woods. Benches and picnic areas can be found around Peters Lake, providing several spots to enjoy a pleasant waterside picnic with your canine companion, so don't forget to pack some lunch and treats!

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 46/sq mi

    #2 Mingo Creek County Park

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    The Mingo Creek County Park in the neighboring borough of Finleyville is a dream come true for outdoor enthusiasts. With numerous trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding, it's easy to spend an entire day exploring the area. The Mingo Creek County Park also contains multiple picnic shelters, playgrounds, a scout camping area, an observatory, and the historic Henry House. But four-legged visitors would agree that the best part of the park is the off-leash dog area! Located by the paved walking and biking trail, this off-leash area offers plenty of room for Fido to play in. However, it is not fenced, so be sure to keep an eye on your pooch.

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,447/sq mi

    #3 Memorial Dr

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    Spend a nice afternoon with your pup at the New Eagle Riverfront Park, a hidden gem in nearby New Eagle. Situated on the banks of the Monongahela River, this park is a great place for big get-togethers and solitary walks alike. Featuring playground equipment, benches, and a picnic shelter, the New Eagle Riverfront Park provides access to an adjacent boat ramp as well. Half a mile from the park is The Twist, a quaint little eatery that serves breakfast, lunch, and ice cream. Grab an outdoor table with Fido and dig into a fresh, homemade meal from their ever-changing menu!

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,164/sq mi

    #4 South Park

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    Let Fido make new friends at the South Park Dog Park in nearby South Park Township! Located within the 2,000-acre South Park, this fenced-in, off-leash dog park gives puppers plenty of room to run and play, which is pawfect for high-energy doggos. Visitors say the dog park can get muddy, so be prepared to give Fido a bath when you get home. If you'd rather keep your pooch clean and mud-free, take a leashed walk around the rest of South Park instead. With lots of trails and open spaces to explore, your furry buddy will be tired before you know it!

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    Population Density 1,390/sq mi

    #5 Upper St. Clair

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    The Boyce Mayview Park in nearby Upper St. Clair is a woofderful place to bring the entire family, including Fido. Spanning 474 acres, this expansive park is mostly undeveloped, comprising woodlands, fields, open spaces, stream valleys, active vegetable gardens, and hiking trails. The more developed portions contain athletic fields, playgrounds, and swimming pools. There's definitely a lot to see and do at the Boyce Mayview Park, so don't forget to pack food, water, and other necessities. If you're planning to go on the trails with Fido, it's a good idea to also bring a map, which can be obtained from the township's website.

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