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Dog Areas in Yeadon

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Yeadon is a lesser known borough on the edge of Philadelphia. While it doesn't have as much name recognition as the city next door, it does have a lot going for it. It combines the bustle and opportunity of the city with the beauty and comforts of a slower paced life. Anything you want is close by. For example, there are eight animal hospitals within a twenty minute drive of Yeadon in Philadelphia. Your pup will never be far from care! 

Kerr Field in Yeadon is a sports-oriented field that's great for walking your dog! This park has space for a football field, a baseball and softball field, soccer, and tennis. That's a lot of sports! This park is frequently hopping on the weekends, so if your dog loves people, a walk through this park will give them all the excitement they can handle! 

If you'd prefer something a little slower pace, Yeadon Community Park should be your destination. This park also has room for sports, but it also has a playground. There are fewer people around, which is a great thing for shy dogs! Entertain the whole family with a trip to Yeadon Community Park. 

Come to Yeadon for the convenience, stay because it's a doggone good time! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Yeadon

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    Population Density 20,211/sq mi

    #1 Kingsessing

    Right across the border from Yeadon, Kingsessing is a vibrant university adjacent neighborhood. Check out Cobbs Creek Park if you like a lot of room to roam, wooded paths, and access to Cobbs Creek! This large park has more to it than you can explore in just one trip, so swing by multiple times during your Yeadon stay to get the full experience. Francis Myers Park, on the other hand, is a smaller park with more focus on amenities. Go here if you’re looking for a park with a focus on playgrounds and sports fields. Your dog should be leashed in either park.
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    Population Density 11,369/sq mi

    #2 Darby

    Two minutes from Yeadon is the even smaller community of Darby. They prove good things come in small packages with Bartram Park. This compact park balances the needs of the community that uses it. A large portion of the park is set aside for sports fields. There’s also a basketball court on the premises. A smaller but significant portion of the park is a playground, with a grassy picnic area rounding out the park. The park is on the small side and has no need for dedicated walking paths, so the entire area can easily  be explored by your leashed dog!
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    Population Density 8,990/sq mi

    #3 South Lansdowne

    Sycamore Park is just two minutes from the border of Yeadon, in the South Lansdowne neighborhood of Lansdowne. This park is a small, simple space. It takes its name from the 300+ year old sycamore tree in the center! This bit of local history is a popular spot. If you’re looking for a larger space, Hays Park on the other side of the neighborhood is perfect. This open space has several sports fields and a small playground pawfect for family gatherings. Set up lunch on the picnic tables! You can also walk your dog around the perimeter of the park.
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    Population Density 16,978/sq mi

    #4 Elmwood

    Connell Park is a seven minute drive from Yeadon. This pupular spot is a gathering spot for dog walkers. Though you have to keep your pup on leash in the park, the availability of doggie companionship makes this a local hotspot. If you’re looking to please your dog and your children, head to Paschall Playground. This area is mostly playground, with swings, slides, and climbing equipment! The 63rd and Lindbergh Park rounds out this trio of Elmwood park locations. While it has a healthy playground, many people come to jog on its paved walking paths.
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    Population Density 20,211/sq mi

    #5 Angora

    Four minutes from Yeadon is the Philadelphia neighborhood of Angora. While Christy Park in Angora has an indoor sports center that’s the talk of the neighborhood, it’s the outside that will please your pup. Leash up your dog and walk around the exterior areas of the park. There’s a baseball diamond and a small picnic area where you and your dog can rest up after a brisk walk! Sherwood Park is another option. It also has an inside recreation area that is off limits to dogs, but a larger exterior park. Skirt the basketball courts and hit the trail to exercise your dog in Sherwood Park.
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