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Dog Areas in Warminster

13 Parks
5 Trails
4 Groomers

Warminster, or Warminster Township, is in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 3.7 miles northwest of Philadelphia. There are lots of parks here to explore with your dog, plus many more attractions close by - you won’t want to leave! And with six veterinarians, your pup can feel safe exploring this pawsome town.

Munro Park is a lovely large area, set over 36 acres with everything a pup and his family could want for a great morning out; ball fields, a playground, restrooms, ample parking, a seasonal concession stand, tennis courts and a skate park, as well as plenty of space to play a game of catch or take a walk together. Szymanek Park is another puptastic place to check out in Warminster. This popular 11-acre park has more ball fields, a playground and picnic facilities.

If you are searching for a pup-friendly place to eat in Warminster, head to Steak and Hoagie Factory, where you can enjoy a sandwich, hoagie or plate of wings at one of the outside tables while your pet relaxes at your feet. For a sweet treat, check out Menchie's Frozen Yogurt nearby. With 100 yogurt flavors and over 70 toppings, this place has every taste covered. 

With so many lovely greens spaces and places to explore in Warminster, you and your pet are sure to enjoy your stay!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Warminster

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,888/sq mi

    #1 East Warminster

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    The Warminster Community Park has a puptastic off-lead area known as the Warminster Township Bark Park, where your feisty furball will love running around and burning off some energy. You will need to organise a ‘paw-pass’ to access this park, but the small fee is worth the well-maintained facilities you can enjoy here. There are two sections, one for big dogs and one for the smaller breeds, both in a secure, fully-fenced run area. Each section has a pavilion for seating for your comfort while you supervise, as well as water fountains and waste disposal bags. Outside the dog park, you and your pup can enjoy an on-lead walk along the five miles of trails, or rest under a tree for a packed lunch. This is a great park for families as there are many things for kids to do here too, such as checking out the miniature version of Warminster Township, playing in the playground or kicking a ball in the open fields.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,296/sq mi

    #2 Upper Southampton

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    Tamanend Upper Southampton Park in nearby Southampton is a great green space to come for some fresh air and exercise with your pet. The large open field is perfect for a game of chasey or fetch, and there are walking trails to seek out and explore too. BBQ facilities and picnic spots are lovely and well-kept here, so pack yourself a delicious lunch and spread out a picnic rug for a little rest and some refreshments. Tamanend is home to some historical buildings that are worth checking out too, including an 18th Century farmhouse. Keep your eyes peeled for some spectacular wildflowers to be seen here as you wander around.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,122/sq mi

    #3 Woodmont

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    Five miles south of Warminster is Mason’s Mill Park in Willow Grove, covering 76 acres of pawriffic parkland to enjoy. There are lovely nature trails to seek out as well as paved trails throughout the park’s grounds where you and your pooch can take a walk. The kids will love to visit here too, with a Safety Town to check out, volleyball courts, playgrounds, ball courts, baseball fields and an archery range – there is no shortage of fun to be had! Keep you pup leashed at all times at this park, and pick up any mess he leaves behind.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 713/sq mi

    #4 Bryn Althyn

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    The Pennypack Trail Byberry Rd. Trailhead in Bryn Athyn is worth seeking out if you are up for nice long trail walk. This scenic rail-trail extends a total of 14.45 miles through Montgomery County, taking you through the beautiful Pennypack Park south of the trailhead and along the creek. Keep a track of how far you have walked, as you will need to get back as well! Dogs are permitted on the trail, but must be leashed and any waste removed as you go. The trail is easy to traverse, but is partly gravel, so wear appropriate footwear. Bring plenty of water for both you and your walking buddy.

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    Population Density 2,680/sq mi

    #5 W Bristol Rd/ Log College Dr

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    Kemper Park in the northern section of town is a popular 30-acre green space perfect for a scenic walk with your pooch. You need to keep your pet leashed, but dogs are welcome here and you will no doubt meet many other furry friends along the way! Some doggies waste disposal bags are provided here, but keep some handy, just in case. The mile-long trail winds down along Little Neshaminy Creek, offering beautiful scenery and welcome shade during the warmer months. Also at the park are a playground and ball field. Picnic areas are aplenty too, so pick up some lunch on your way up to the park and make a day of it!  
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