Places To Take Your Pets on the Main Line

By February 1, 2019 June 6th, 2019 Around Town

Whether you are looking for a new spot for your pet to play during the day or even a place for them to stay while you are away. Below you will find some parks and places that will leave your pet super happy.

Wagsworth Manor, Malvern PA

This photo is being shared from Wagsworth Manor Pet Resort website: https://www.wagsworthmanor.com

Wagsworth Manor is located in Malvern, PA. They offer so many amenities such as Pet Boarding (dogs or cats), Grooming, Doggy Daycare, Dog Swimming, and seasonal events.

Pet Boarding: 

  • Dogs: They maintain a climate-controlled space to ensure that your pet is comfortable no matter what season. They offer “suites” with elevated beds, soothing music, decorative murals. 
  • Cats: Fully climate controlled, fluffy bedding and toys, multi-level lounging, 2 meals a day.

Pet Boarding comes has a variety of amenities and add ons to choose from such as early afternoon nap time, tuck in service, private/group play, private/group swim, and one-on-one time. 

Your pet will enjoy the 24,000 square feet indoor space, the indoor salt water swimming pool, along with 6 acres of mud free k9 grass.

Haverford Reserve Dog Park

Source: HR Dog Park
This image is being shared from the Haverford Reserve Dog Park Website: https://www.hrdogpark.org

9000 Parkview Drive, Haverford PA

This park is completely fenced in and free of charge to enjoy the day with your pet. They offer separate areas for large and small dogs to play. Other features this park has would be plenty of shade to keep you and your pet cooled off, picnic tables and seating, along with a covered pavilion. 

Rolling Hill Park

1301 Rose Glen Road, Gladwyne PA

This park is also completely fenced in and has several trails. There is a surrounding creek for your dog to play or swim in. Dogs are welcome on or off of their leashes.

West Mill Creek Park

710 Mill Creek Road, Gladwyne PA

This park is smaller however it offers plenty of shade for you and your pet on hot sunny days. There is a nearby creek perfect for your pet to swim or play in.

Schuylkill River Dog Park

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Located on S. 25th& Spruce Street, Philadelphia PA

This park offers both separate areas for large and small dogs to play. In addition, there is a hose, fountain for your dog to stay cool or clean off after rolling around in the grass. Two separate areas are also offered for dogs who need to stay on their leash, and for well-behaved dogs who do not need their leash. 

Kent Dog Park

3900 Bridge St, Drexel Hill PA

This fenced in park has 10 acres of play space along the Darby creek. They have a separate area just for dogs. There is plenty of shade from trees, the pavilion, benches, and water. 


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