Dog Walkers in Wilkes-Barre Township, PA

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Dog Areas in Wilkes-Barre Township, PA

22 Parks
6 Shops
7 Eateries
7 Groomers

The vibrant city of Wilkes-Barre sits on the banks of the Susquehanna River, boasting beautiful waterfront views along with an energetic and fast-paced vibe. With numerous parks to explore, as well as dog-friendly restaurants, hotels and three veterinary clinics, this is a city that your pooch will no doubt love.

If you and Fido want to make the most of the city's riverfront views, there are a couple of scenic parks that are pawfect for this. The first is the 104 acre Nesbitt Park, which not only features multiple picnic areas, a disc golf course and a boat launch, but also boasts five miles of walking trails for you and your pup to enjoy. The 17.3 acre River Common is also known for its waterfront views, and is home to winding paved walkways, landscaped gardens and a large amphitheater.

There are several other smaller neighborhood parks in Wilkes-Barre that are worth checking out. Miner Park is 11.5 acres in size, and is home to numerous sports facilities, a playground, a shelter and a paved path, while the The Bog, which is 13.5 acres in size, offers up similar amenities.

With so many pawriffic things to do in Wilkes-Barre, this is a city that your pooch will never want to leave.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wilkes-Barre Township, PA

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    Population Density 7,112/sq mi

    #1 Wilkes Barre Heights

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    There are a couple of parks in Wilkes Barre Heights that you should definitely take your pooch to. The first is the 37 acre Coal Street Park, and thanks to its sports complex, which consists of everything from a splash pad to an ice rink, this park is always bursting with activity. In addition to its sports facilities, the park is also home to a playground, picnic areas and a paved walking path. Also in this neighborhood is Huber St. Park, which is just under two acres in size. This park is home to a basketball court, a sports field and a playground, as well as open grassy spaces for you and Fido to frolic about in. 

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    Population Density 3,964/sq mi

    #2 Wilkes-Barre City Center

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    As you can imagine, the City Center of Wilkes-Barre is quite a busy part of town, but there is still plenty for you and Fido to do here. Begin with a walk around Kirby Park, which is one of the most popular parks in town. This park sprawls out for 52 acres and is home to sports facilities, pavilions, a playground, a pond and several different paved walking paths. If you and your pooch are feeling hungry after all of that walking, stop off at Franklin's for a bite to eat. This dog-friendly restaurant serves up casual bites, such as burgers, sandwiches and salads, and will always offer up a bowl of cold water for your pup.

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    Population Density 2,567/sq mi

    #3 Miners Mills

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    Miners Mills is a slightly quieter part of town, although the parks here are always popular. The busiest park is Parsons Park, which is just under four acres in size. This park is focused on sports, with multiple fields and courts, but is also home to a playground and a paved walking path. Miners Mills also provides access to Hollenback Park, which extends out for just under nine acres. This tranquil park boasts sports fields, picnic areas, a playground and a paved path for you and Fido to follow. While dogs are welcome in both parks, a lead, doggie bags and some drinking water are essential.

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    Population Density 1,040/sq mi

    #4 Georgetown

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    Your pooch will love the Georgetown neighborhood, because there is so much to see and do here. There are a couple of small parks in this neighborhood that your pup will love exploring, such as the Al Karaska Memorial Park, where you will find a basketball court, a sports field, and open grassy spaces surrounded by mature trees. Also in this neighborhood is Kennedy Park, which is home to a sports field, a basketball court, and a paved walking path. If you and Fido are feeling tired after all of that walking, Mizu Sushi is not too far away. This dog-friendly Japanese restaurant serves up Hibachi-style dishes, and are known for their fresh and unique daily specials.

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    Population Density 3,084/sq mi

    #5 Parsons

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    The Parsons neighborhood is conveniently located just outside of the city center, but still near all of the major amenities in Wilkes-Barre. If you and your pooch are looking for somewhere local to spend the night, this is the neighborhood to head to, as there are a couple of pawtastic options here. To treat Fido to a decadent night in a beautiful suite, check in to the Host Inn All Suites Hotel, where you can have an unlimited number of pets of any size stay with you for a small fee. The Days Inn Wilkes Barre is also dog-friendly, and allows two pets per guest room for a fee, so long as you call ahead to ensure that a pet-friendly room is available. 

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