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Deshler-morris House National Park

5442 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA
215-596-1748

User Reviews (1)

  • 1. In general, no dogs in National Parks

    by: Keeyush

    National Parks are beautiful places where the dog would have a good time- if they were allowed. There are a few very large, not serviced, hardly visited parks in Alaska that allow dogs, but most only allow them on roads & campgrounds. Monuments sometimes allow dogs in the areas surrounding the monument, but there usually aren't trails there anyway.

    Pros

    interesting

    Cons

    boring for a dog