Rolling Hill Park Off Leash Area is a rustic play spot. Your pooch will enjoy racing around with their canine pals and reconnecting with nature. You will need to bring drinking water and cleanup bags with you.
For your doggo to enjoy the off-leash areas of the park, you must first obtain a Pennsylvania Off-Leash Dog Permit. To do this, you must watch the Off Leash Dog Video provided on the park website and complete an application. At the time of submission, you will also need to include proof of current DHLPP and rabies vaccinations, evidence of a city dog license, and the fee of $25 for resident dogs and $30 for non-residents. In addition to this, all owners must display proof of homeowner's/renter's insurance.
Once you have obtained your permit, you and your pooch are set for your next wooftastic adventure! Check out the fenced dog park, or take in some of the puptastic trails, some of which are even off-leash! The trails which permit dogs off-leash are extremely well-marked. One of the most pawpular off-leash doggo-furiendly trails is the Blue Trail. Your pooch may join you on all of the trails in Rolling Hill Park; however, you may only allow them off lead on the trails which specify this is permitted. Do take note that some of the trails only allow off-leash activity on specific portions of the path. The off-leash dog trail sections are available to peeps and pooches from sunrise to 9:30 AM, and 3:30 PM to 6 PM daily.
In accordance with the park's rules, no food, drinks, or rawhides are permitted in the play area. Pinch and prong collars are also prohibited.
For a pawtastic day with your best canine pal, stop by Rolling Hill Park Off Leash Area. You'll have a barking great time!