Dog Friendly Activities in Monroeville, PA

There’s 1 dog friendly activity in Monroeville, and 73 more nearby. Use the links below to get an overview of each one, see pictures, print directions, and even read reviews from other dog owners. Coming from out of town? Get a discounted rate on pet friendly hotels in Monroeville.

Pet Friendly Heritage Park Dog Park
Heritage Park Dog Park This fenced dog park has shade, water, and pickup bags. The park is open from sunrise to sunset.

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Pet Friendly South Park Dog Park
South Park Dog Park This fenced dog park has drinking water, pickup bags and benches. Dogs on leash are allowed in most of the rest of this 2000 acre park. See Details
Hartwood Acres County Dog Park Pets will love to play off-leash at this fenced dog park in Pittsburgh's lovely Hartwood Acres Park. Be sure to bring water. See Details
Frick Park Off Leash Exercise Area Dogs are welcome off-leash at this lovely Squirrel Hill park, but be careful as one side of the area is unfenced. See Details
Hike Frick Park with a Hairless Dog 'Hike Frick Park with a Hairless Dog' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Rick. Set off from Regent Square and hike up the back trails with Fido's new best friend, a jovial hairless dog named Lola. Along with exercising and socializing, your host will take some photos to publish on Lola's world famous Instagram profile. As the hike continues, take time to photograph the Pittsburgh backcountry. The experience lasts 2.5 hours and can accommodate up to 10 guests ages 10 and up. Guests should bring hiking shoes and be comfortable around dogs Rates start at $45 per person. See Details
Scavenger Hunt in Urban Pittsburgh 'Scavenger Hunt in Urban Pittsburgh' is a pet-friendly Airbnb Experience hosted by Julie. You and Fido will search for six items to find on your scavenger using your car to get to the locations you will be given. Included in this experience are bottled drinks, fruit and snacks to take with you, and a goody bag at the end. The experience lasts 3.5 hours and can accommodate up to 8 guests ages 18 and up. Rates start at $39 per person. See Details
North Park Dog Park This fenced dog park has drinking water, pickup bags and benches. Dogs on leash are allowed in most of the rest of this 3,075 acre park. See Details
Penn Hills Dog Park This grassy off-leash dog park features a large run. Water is not available on site. So make sure you bring some to keep Fido cool as he plays! Meanwhile, you can sit on a bench and chat with other pet parents. See Details
White Oak Dog Park Pets are welcome to play off-leash at this fenced-in White Oak dog park. See Details
Emerald View Park Created in 2005, Emerald View Park is Pittsburgh's newest regional park. Overlooking downtown Pittsburgh, it is located in the neighborhoods of Duquesne Heights, Mount Washington, and Allentown. The Park combines existing parks and green spaces with what was once heavily mined, denuded and dumped upon land. For Pittsburgh and the more than 1 million people who visit Mount Washington every year to see the iconic view of downtown Pittsburgh and her three rivers, the 257 acre Park offers a mix of playing fields, playgrounds, lawns, views and trails.

There are currently about 10 miles of fragmented trails in Emerald View Park but the Park's Master Trail Plan will create over 20 miles of trails throughout the Park. This will include more than 9 miles of main trail loop and 10 miles of secondary trail. Adding to Pittsburgh's livability and viability as a tourist draw, Emerald View Park trails will ultimately allow for pedestrian, bicycle and non-motorized commuting connections with downtown Pittsburgh, the Allegheny and Ohio Rivers, Three Rivers Heritage Trail, the Great Allegheny Passage, Beechview Greenway, the West End and Southside.
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Riding Meadow Park Riding Meadow Park welcomes dogs to explore its wooded trails and romp in the water. No more than two dogs are allowed per owner, and they must be under control during their visit. Permits from the Borough Building are required for parking in this area. Riding Meadow Park is open daily from sunrise to sunset. See Details
Penn Township Municipal Dog Park Separate fenced areas for large and small breeds, walking track, water fountains for dogs and humans, waste bags and trash cans.

This park is not located in Murrysville, but it would not accept Harrison City as a city and would not process the request without a city. Its between Murrysville, Irwin, Hempfield, and Greensburg.
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Twin Lakes Park Bring your pet to play on-leash at this lovely Greensburg park with gorgeous lakes and loads of amenities. See Details
Point State Park Dogs are allowed on leashes and you must pick up after your pet, but this is a beautiful park located at the confluence of the three rivers, with plenty to watch: boats, trains, people etc. You can sit by the fountain (when it's on), walk around the paved perimeter or romp in the grass. See Details
White Oak Park This fenced dog park in White Oak Park has water, pickup bags and benches. It is about 2 acres in size. The dog park can be accessed from Route 48. Take the White Oak Park entrance. Dogs are allowed on leash in most of the rest of this 810 acre park.

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Murrysville Community Park Dog Park The park is open from sunrise to sunset. There is a fenced off-leash area which has shade, water, and
pickup bags.
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Lower Frick Park Off Leash Dog Area East Pets love the chance to play off-leash in the designated area of this public park. The area is partially fenced but includes a swimming hole. See Details
West Park Your pet will love to play off-leash in the designated area of this lovely hiking park, though be careful as the area is not fenced. See Details
Hartwood County Park and Amphitheatre Leashed dogs are welcome on the acres of beautiful trails in this Pittsburg area public park. See Details
Townsend Park Your pet is welcome to play off-leash at this public park, as long as they are kept away from playgrounds and are leashed by sports fields and parking lots. Park not fenced. See Details
Great Allegheny Passage (Trail System Overview) The Great Allegheny Passage (Trail System Overview) is one of 1600 rail-trails supported by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a nonprofit organization that is working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Previously an unused railroad corridor, this "rail-trail" is now a great place to walk Fido in Pittsburgh! The map below shows a parking area with convenient access to the Great Allegheny Passage (Trail System Overview). Rails-to-Trails Conservancy has generously provided map data for this trail to Bring Fido for informational purposes only. For more detailed trail information, please visit TrailLink.com. See Details
Evergreen Drive In Evergreen allows pets at the drive-in, but will ask people with unruly pets to leave if they are disturbing or intimidating other customers. If you dog is likely to bark around strangers, or is menacing when people walk near your vehicle, it is best not to bring him to the drive-in. Pets should remain leashed at all times while at the drive-in, and when duty calls, the pet owner should clean up after their pet. See Details
Pedora Park Your pet is welcome to play on-leash at this public park, as long as they are kept away from playgrounds and are leashed by sports fields and parking lots. Park not fenced. See Details