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Dog Areas in Wyomissing

5 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
7 Eateries
2 Groomers
Are you missing out on Wyomissing? This town combines outdoor features like hiking trails and parks with indoor features like tasty dining options to make a town that's dog-friendly inside and out! Would you expect anything less from the town with two full animal hospitals and three veterinary clinics? 

Wag your tail over the mouth-watering pies at Mama's Pizza and Grill, where they're always making innovative twists on classic Italian dishes--and dogs are welcome to join you on the patio! 

The Wyomissing Park System is a great destination if you're looking for walking trails! There are a variety of trails of different length and difficulty. You can take the longest, or select on different criteria--for example, the Pinewood Trail is heavily shaded thanks to the namesake trees! If you'd rather walk your dog around a field or stick to the grass, just stay in the Wyomissing Park main area. Relax at picnic tables and let kids enjoy the park's playground! 

A good night's sleep is easy to find in Wyomissing. Quality Inn & Suites Outlet Village welcomes dogs of any size for a small pet fee! 

Wyomissing is a pawsome place to take your dog, and yourself! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wyomissing

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    Population Density 2,278/sq mi

    #1 Berkshire Heights

    The Berkshire Heights Playground is a small playground dedicated to sports! A lot of the space is given to two baseball diamonds. When they're not being used for a game, these fields are great, open areas to let your dog explore! Your pup can follow their nose across the infield. If you have a high energy dog, just stick to walking laps. The playground is large enough that there's plenty of room for you to walk! There is a small playground area with climbing equipment and swings for kids, and a couple of benches as well. The main focus of the park is baseball.
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    Population Density 2,278/sq mi

    #2 Wyomissing Hills

    The Wyomissing Hills Playground is a large park that serves the Wyomissing Hills neighborhood! It has a little bit of everything. Your dog can't go into the community center, but there's plenty outside of it to keep them entertained all day long. Take the paved walking path down the center of the park. You'll pass the park's various amenities, from two full tennis courts to a baseball diamond to open, grassy areas. When the meadows aren't in use as a soccer field or other sports pitch, they become a great place to relax with your pup!
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    Population Density 2,278/sq mi

    #3 Glenside

    Berks County Park Rangers is the headquarters for parks in Glenside, Wyomissing. Behind the headquarters is an open meadow. If your dog needs a little more stimulation, you can take the Schuylkill River Trail and join a network of walking paths that crisscross the canal! How far you go after that depends on what you're looking for. You can take a leisurely stroll near the water, or tackle something more challenging on the far bank of the river. Remember that you have to walk back as far as you walk in. Bring your own supplies, as there aren't  drinking fountains on the trails!
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    Population Density 2,278/sq mi

    #4 Downtown Wyomissing

    The Happy Hollow Playground is a welcome quiet spot in the bustle of Wyomissing. Located on the residential side of downtown, this little park makes the best use of its compact space. There's a playground, full sized basketball court, and a small baseball diamond. Your dog will love exploring the outfield or taking laps around the park as a whole. You can take the walking paths through the wooded portion of the park as well. This simple, easy to access park is a great place to log in the exercise your dog needs at the beginning or end of the day in order to have a healthy life.
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    Population Density 5,346/sq mi

    #5 West Reading

    A two minute drive across the border from Wyomissing is the charming neighborhood of West Reading. It's home to West Reading Park, a large, sprawling park with lots to do! There's a swimming pool which is sadly not available to canine visitors, a playground and several sports fields. Your leashed dog is going to have the most fun seeing everything there is to offer! West Reading Park has a great walking path that connects the park's various attractions. Follow the loop to see everything this park has to offer! When you're tuckered out, take your time making sure the picnic area is in top shape.
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