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Dog Areas in Whitehall, PA

4 Parks
1 Trail
3 Groomers

Whitehall is a small town in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, approximately 64 miles north of Philadelphia, and is also referred to as Whitehall Township. There are lots of pawriffic things to do here with your pet!

Jordan Park is located along Jordan Creek at the southern end of the township, and is a great place to start. Here, you can take a lovely on-lead walk through the tree-filled park, or set yourself up at the picnic grove for some refreshments. The trail is an easy walk and very scenic through the woodlands and along the water. Also at Jordan Park is a playground, baseball fields, basketball courts, a football field, a volleyball court, workout stations and handball courts. You can also throw a line in at the creek and try your anglers luck!

For a delicious pet-friendly meal, head to Keystone Pub, Armando’s Express Pizza or Mission BBQ. All of these place allow dogs at the outdoor seating area. For a sweet end to the day, check out Rita's Italian Ice. Here you will find a flavour of ice to suit every taste, as well as soft serve and a selection of custards.

There are two animal hospitals and four vet clinics in town, so help is close by should Fido fall ill.

With so many things to do in Whitehall, and lots more to discover in nearby areas, you and your pooch will love your stay here!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Whitehall, PA

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,385/sq mi

    #1 Hokendauqua

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    Hokendauqua Park and Playground is home to the Ironton Trail Trailhead, where you can park up, fill you water bottles at the fountains, and set off on a great on-lead walk with your pooch. The Ironton Trail is a rail trail following the route of the old Ironton Railroad, and is one of the 1,600 nationwide trails supported by the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy. Total distance on this one is approximately 9.5 miles, with a 6-mile loop and 3.5 mile spur. At Hokendauqua Park, you will also find ball courts and sports fields as well as picnic areas and restrooms. Keep your pup leashed while exploring the trail and park, and always clean up any mess he leaves behind.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 840/sq mi

    #2 Cementon/ Egypt

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    The Whitehall Parkway is a massive 110-acre green space where your pup will love to come out and get some fresh air with you. There are many trails through here, so take some time to explore the grounds and admire the lovely scenery. Wander past the historic buildings, keep watch for the many birds that call this park home, and take walk around the lake. You can also do a spot of fishing here if you are keen on catching dinner! Dogs are permitted throughout Whitehall Parkway, but must be kept leashed at all times. Always pick up your pet’s waste to keep the place clean for future users.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 424/sq mi

    #3 North Coplay

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    Saylor Park in Coplay is a historic site worth visiting while you are in Whitehall. The Ironton Trail connects here and takes you past the old Coplay Cement Company Kilns, built in 1892 and still standing as a monument to past industry in the area. The park has many other features too, making for a great family day out. Let the kids loose on the playground, unpack a picnic on the grass or at the pavilion, or throw around a ball in the open grassy space. Pets are permitted in this park and along the rail trail, but must be leashed at all times.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 535/sq mi

    #4 Northampton Howertown Rd

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    Let Fido fun free at the nearby Allen Township Dog Park in Northampton. With two separate fenced areas, one for the big dogs and one for smaller breeds, your pup is sure to have a safe and playful time with likeminded pooches. There are water fountains and waste bags provided on site, as well as benches for you to enjoy while your pup plays. After his off-lead fun, you might like to take a walk together along the Northampton and Bath Railroad Bike Path (also known as the Nor-Bath Trail). This lovely walk runs a total of seven miles out and back between Northampton and Bath, so keep a track of how far you have travelled as you will need to return the same way. Keep your pup leashed on this trail.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 530/sq mi

    #5 Lehigh Valley

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    On the edge of this neighbourhood is the expansive 200-acre Wayne A. Grube Memorial Park, Northampton. This is a perfect place for a fun day out will the whole family, including your four-legged pal! This park features picnic pavilions, a volleyball field, playgrounds, a ball field and restrooms on site to keep the kids happy, as well as plenty of grass and trails to walk with your pup. The Catasauqua Creek runs right through the park, providing the opportunity for scenic walks and many lovely waterside places to rest. There is also a connector trail from the park up to the Nor-Bath Trail just north.
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