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Dog Areas in West Chester, PA

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Home to 18,000 people and more than 5,000 pets, West Chester, may be small, but it is mighty for animal lovers! Located only an hour’s drive from the Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, West Chester has plenty to do for you and your pet.

If you’re simply passing through West Chester and need a place for you and your pet to stay, why not stop by the Days Hotel at Brandywine Valley? The first floor rooms are pet-friendly, and you are welcome to bring two pets under 50lb for your trip. If you need a fun, family friendly place to let your pet burn off some energy, you won’t go far wrong with Everhart Park. It features a dog run and walking paths, and there’s a childrens’ playground and picnic areas too!

Alternatively, if you’d like to get a little closer to nature, the Stroud Preserve is a great choice. It spans more than 570 acres and features more than 9 miles of unpaved trails and lots of woodlands- lots of interesting scents for Fido to follow! With so many amenities for you and your best friend, West Chester, PA is definitely worth a look!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West Chester, PA

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,117/sq mi

    #1 Caswallen

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    Robert E. Lambert Park has many reasons for people to visit. For dog lovers, it’s not the playground or the skatepark that draws attention: it’s the dog runs. Robert E. Lambert Park has two fenced dog runs for off leash play right in the heart of the park. There’s something for the whole family! The two runs are separated by size, so your dog will always be able to find appropriate playmates. Remember to bring your own bowl when you attend the park. Though there are plenty of water fountains, they’re all built for someone who walks on two legs.


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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 15,734/sq mi

    #2 Borough Center

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    Parks are great, but isn’t it time your dog took an interest in your activities? Kreutz Creek Vineyards is a great place you can visit with your dog in Borough Center, and features a dog-friendly wine tasting room right in West Chester. Sample a wide variety of wines while your dog shows you which treats are great and which treats he can turn his nose up to from their selection of purchasable treats. When you’re ready for something more filling, head to Roots Cafe down the block. Their garden space is set up to accommodate doggie diners, and they serve locally grown food.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 11,200/sq mi

    #3 Windon

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    Everhart Park is a public park equipped with walking trails, a playground, and a small dog run. Your dog can frolic off-leash only inside the fully fenced in dog run. While there isn’t as much room in the run as some would like, it’s a nice break for dogs who regularly walk on the leash. It’s a good place to play with other pups before or after hitting the trails to get an actual workout in. Everhart is a busy park in the mixed residential and commercial neighborhood of Windon, so you’ll almost always be able to find people and dogs making the most of this great resource.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,164/sq mi

    #4 Westtown Hillside

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    Oakburne Park in the Westtown Hillside neighborhood is a great place to go to spend an afternoon or get in a quick walk. Dogs have to stay on leash, but the size of the park more than makes up for that. Oakburne Park has many sports fields and spaces set up. There are walking trails, picnic areas, and the historic Oakburne Mansion. These days, the mansion is used as an event space. Doggie visitors to Oakburne will love how much there is to see and do! A variety of terrains and pretty views will keep the walk interesting for humans and dogs alike.
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    Population Density 9,703/sq mi

    #5 Harmony Hill/ Altor

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    Nature Lands Trust’s Stroud Preserve is a great place to take your dog when you just want to get away. The 571 acre space is vitally important to the area. It houses a water research lab. Most of the space, however, is free to walk on and use. You may run into other hikers and bikers on the trails. Here, you have the choice to follow nine different paths, so there’s always something new to see and sniff! Dogs have to be leashed while in the park, but with so much space, there’s not much risk of a dog getting bored!
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