The Lillian Kellman Nature Reserve is vast; it has 56 acres of ample space for both animals and humans to exercise, have fun, and socialize. The somewhat hilly, wooded, and relaxing area offers numerous loop trails, which can give you and your dog solitude.
It may be a major understatement to say that it is one of the best places to enjoy a morning or afternoon walk with your furbabies. There are various things to do in the nature reserve. You can go for a quick walk or jog with your four-legged best friend, and you can also watch little children playing together or relax and be one with Mother Nature.
Located in 3490 Kellman Drive, the park is adjacent to Peter and Victoria Skena Nature Reserve, and together the parks form a quiet refuge in one of the Murrysville’s most densely populated areas. There are two entrances and parking areas at the end of Kellman Drive and Evergreen Drive.
There is also additional parking space on North Hills Road for the Skena Reserve. Driving to the Lillian Kellman Nature Reserve Off-Leash Dog Area with your dog in tow should not be a problem because there is sufficient space for vehicles although you might need to walk a bit if you choose the farther parking lots.
The Lillian Kellman Nature Reserve Off-Leash Dog Area has no fences so it a must for pet parents to keep a close watch on their dogs to avoid injuries or worst, accidents. Dogs are not allowed on playgrounds and must be on a leash shorter than 10 feet when in parking lots and when near sports fields.
Owners must bring water because there isn’t any provided in the park, as well as clean-up bags. Also, every pet parent is responsible for cleaning up after their pets and keeping the park tidy for others to enjoy too.