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Dog Areas in White Oak

4 Parks
1 Trail
8 Shops
1 Eatery
7 Groomers

White Oak is a small suburban town outside of Pittsburgh. The village became a borough in 1948, and was named after the think white oak trees that populated the area. Although the trees are now scarce, the town has grown into a lively residential area with plenty of outdoor space. You and Fido won't have trouble finding a place to go for a walk in White Oak.

The city has it's own dog park, known as the White Oak Dog Park. This grassy, fenced-in area provides a secure place for dogs to run around off-leash. The park has all the needed amenities, like clean-up stations, a double-gated fence, water, and even a covered picnic and sitting area. The rest of White Oak Park which houses the dog park is dog-friendly, and offers paved paths leading through the forested areas of the park. Fido must remain on a leash outside the dog park.

The Hertage Hill Park is another valued dog-walking area, and features open fields for play and shaded benches for rest. The park has parking, trash bins and water fountains located around the park, with plenty of space for Fido to run around on-leash.

The city also has one animal hospital, and plenty more dog-friendly options, which will be leaving you and Fido calling White Oak your fur-ever home!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in White Oak

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,898/sq mi

    #1 Emblem

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    The Emblem neighborhood takes up the southern edge of White Oak, and is the home of the Yough Slopes Conservation Area. Yough Slopes is 14 acres of protected land with a small parking area, habitat and .6 miles of trails. Fido is welcome in the area, but must remain on a leash and owners must bring their own water and clean-up bags. White Oak also offers up the White Oak Athletic Association as an in-town option for Fido. The recreational ball area is dog-friendly and allows Fido to run around on a leash or walk along the trail that surrounds the ballparks. This park feaures benches and water fountains
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,680/sq mi

    #2 Renzie-Grandview

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    The Renzie-Grandview neighborhood is right next to the city of White Oak in McKeesport, only 2 miles away. The close destination allows dog-lovers an excellent opportunity to enjoy out-of-town parks like Renziehausen Park. The area is 205 acres, and features ballfields, open spaces, picnic shelters, thick woods, and paved trails. Fido is welcome in all parts of the park while on a leash, and has access to trash bins, benches, and water fountains. Across the street from the park is a public rose garden that offers brick paths and pretty views of rose bushes. Fido is welcome in the garden on a leash, and owners must bring clean-up bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,439/sq mi

    #3 Greenrock

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    This neighborhood in McKeesport is about 5 miles out from White Oak, 

    and is home to the Boston Ballfield, a dog-friendly park that provides plenty of greenery for Fido to run around and play. Fido must remain on a leash, but can play on the vacant field or the ballfields when teams aren't playing. If the park is too crowded, the Youghiogheny River Trail is a 5 mile trail along the Youghiogheny River, and is part of a more extensive trail system called the Great Allegheny Passage, with over 300 miles that links Pittsburgh and Washington, D.C. Fido is welcome on the trail while on a leash.

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,390/sq mi

    #4 East Monroeville

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    Monroeville is about 9 miles from White Oak, but has some tremendous dog-friendly places in its East Monroeville neighborhood. The Monroeville Dog Park is one of these sites, which is located inside of Heritage Park, and offers a fenced-in area that has grassy terrain and shady trees for Fido to play off-leash. The park only has one large area, but does have a double-gated fence, water, and clean-up bags. Fido can venture outside of the dog park to enjoy Heritage Park's paved trails, but must remain on a leash outside the dog park. North of the parks is Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza, a great place to go to get some dinner after a long day of exercise with delicious pizza options and a dog-friendly outdoor seating area.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 11,030/sq mi

    #5 Squirrel Hill South

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    The Squirrel Hill South neighborhood is in Pittsburgh, and only 14 miles away from White Oak. The name might make you giggle, but the dog-friendly options will make both you and Fido even more gleeful. The Lower Frick Park Off-Leash Dog Area is a half fenced-in area and allows Fido to run around off-leash during all open hours. The park also has exercise equipment and a swimming hole for Fido, as well as water fountains, clean-up bags, and picnic tables. The rest of Frick Park is dog-friendly to leashed dogs, with over 644 acres of land that includes paved trails and forested regions. There are trash bins and water fountains located throughout the park.
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