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8 Dog Parks to Have Fun With Your Pup in the Main Line Area

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As the weather starts to get warmer, get your canine out of the house with a trip to one of these dog parks around the Main Line.

Whether it’s for exercise, socialization or just a breath of fresh air, these Main Line dog parks provide a great opportunity to get your pup off leash in the great outdoors.

Note: Every park has its own rules and regulations regarding collars, tags and behavioral expectations. Verify expectations and potential COVID-19 updates on the websites before visiting. Additionally, many parks aim to offer doggy waste bags and water spigots, but these amenities are not always available. Pack and plan accordingly.

Harford Park

Unlike many parks, Harford Park is a natural space with tons of grass, forest, hills and even a small creek for dogs to explore. The spacious park allows energetic dogs to roam freely while leaving space for other dogs to relax by themselves. Please note that Harford Park is not fenced in, which may not be an ideal choice for some dogs. Keep an eye out for posted signs in dog-prohibitive areas.

260 Gulph Creek Rd, Radnor


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Haverford Reserve Dog Park

With more than two acres of fenced-in land, this dog park has plenty of space to let your pooch roam free. There are separate sections for large and small dogs and a sampling of agility obstacles available. Doggy waste bags are provided onsite in case you forget yours, and taps are available in warmer months to provide fresh water. This park can get busy, so know your dog’s limits and plan accordingly.

9000 Parkview Drive, Haverford

Kent Dog Park

Located within Kent Park, this dog park features two double-gated fenced-in areas, one for larger dogs and one for smaller dogs. The facility includes a covered pavilion for owners to get some shade as well as doggy bags and water for the pups. A playground for the kiddos and a walking trail are both conveniently located nearby. This membership-based park is for Delaware County residents only and is open from dawn to dusk daily.

3900 Bridge Street, Upper Darby


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Lloyd Park

Lloyd Park is a large, off-leash public park that offers open space for ball play and socializing as well as a large creek that’s ideal for romps. The park also includes a separate playground for children and a volleyball court. A water spigot is available to keep pups hydrated and rinse off any mud. Please note, the park is only partially fenced in and is not fully enclosed.

703 N Lloyd Ave, Downingtown

Reservoir Dogs Park

A great choice for sunny days, this dog park is a fenced-in, mostly wooded area that provides dogs with the chance to trailblaze through trees and undergrowth without getting overheated. There’s still plenty of open area for ball play in the small and large dog sections. Benches, water bowls, and a water spigot are available as well.

320 Franklin Ave, Phoenixville

Reynolds’ Dog Park

Also called Longford Park, Reynolds’ Dog Park is located with Schuylkill Canal Park and has a double-gated, fenced-in area for safety. The park is divided into small and large dog sections with plenty of space for dogs of any size to run around. There is limited shade and seating, so plan ahead for you and your pooch.

100 Longford Road, Phoenixville


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West Goshen Township Dog Park

Located within Robert E. Lambert Park, this fenced-in area allows for off-leash play and socialization. The space is divided into a small and large dog section for safe play, with agility equipment available as well. Just outside the dark park are two tennis courts and a playground to keep the whole family occupied. The park is open sunrise to sunset daily, but is closed between 10-11:30 a.m. on Monday through Thursday for routine maintenance. Be sure to bring your own water and doggy bags.

1145 Pottstown Pike, West Chester

West Mill Creek Park

This small and shady park permits dogs to roam off-leash and provides a natural landscape for pups to explore. A creek is available where dogs and people alike can swim and play. Please note that this space is not fenced off from the road, so it may not be suitable for all dogs.

Mill Creek Rd & Old Gulph Rd, Narberth

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