Williamsport is the largest town in North Central Pennsylvania. The city has historic Victorian architecture, a thriving downtown arts district, and is best known for being the birthplace of Little League Baseball. Players aren't the only ones catching balls here! Williamsport has plenty of canine residents and makes sure to take care of them with lots of outdoor space, trails, and 4 veterinarians.
Along the southern border of the riverfront is the Susquehanna State Park, a 20-acre recreational area. The park includes thick forests, vibrant lawns, access to the river and sandy beaches. Dogs are welcome in the park while on a leash, but are not allowed in the water. Fido can enjoy the park's trail system, or take a stroll along the river's beach. The park has benches, trash bins, and water fountains.
Williamsport's also boasts plenty of trails, like the Lycoming Creek Bikeway. The path is a converted rail line, and stretches 5.5 miles, welcoming hikers, bikers, and leashed canines. Owners will have to bring water and clean-up bags along the way.
There are many dog-friendly restaurants too, including Rita's Italian Ice's and Acme Barbeque Resturant, both providing dog-friendly outdoor seating. Whether filling an empty stomach, or burning off some calories, you and Fido will always find a dog-friendly place around Williamsport.