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Trinidad is a mixed-use neighborhood, east of the downtown Washington, D.C. area. This neighborhood is within walking distance of a thriving arts and entertainment district to the south with theatres, bars, and eateries. Various restaurants, pharmacies, convenience stores, and other shops and services are accessible on foot within the boundaries of the Trinidad neighborhood. There is a large chain pet store on the H Street Corridor, southwest of Trinidad, where you and your pup can stop for supplies or some special treats. The National Arboretum, school grounds, and a large cemetery are all within reach of pedestrians and provide green spaces to enjoy close by.  

Bundle up in warm gear for chilly winter days and avoid the muggiest parts of the day for walking with your canine companion during humid summers. When storms with high winds, heavy snow, rain, or lightning are imminent, take shelter with your pet and wait for the weather to pass over before venturing out.

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Trinidad is a quiet residential neighborhood bordered by main thoroughfares with more traffic and local businesses. New York Avenue is located on the north, Bladensburg Road and the National Arboretum area to the east, West Virginia Avenue and the Gallaudet University Campus are on the west, and Florida Avenue is on the south side. 

The Mount Olivet Cemetery takes up a significant portion of the north side of the community while the southern section is comprised of residential dwellings. The cemetery, along with the large university grounds on the west and the Arboretum on the east, provide plenty of landscaped space in and near Trinidad. Dwellings in the area consist mostly of row houses, some of which feature Victorian architecture, while others are flat-roofed. 

The neighborhood has some gentle inclines, but no steep hills to trek up, and residential streets are lined with sidewalks and grassy berms which make pleasant walkways for you and your pooch.

Greenways in Trinidad
Neighborhoods in Washington have an average of:
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There are four off-leash dog parks within a ten-minute drive of the Trinidad neighborhood. Langdon Dog Park is located to the north, Kingsman Field Dog Park to the south, Swampoodle Dog Park to the southwest, and a small dog park in the Eckington neighborhood on the west side. Off-leash areas are a great way for your dog to play with you or other pups. Even if dog parks are well fenced, your pup should have good off-leash recall to enjoy these areas safely.

The National Arboretum has 446 acres of gardens, wooded areas, and paths winding through the beautiful greenway attractions. Dogs are permitted on the path on a leash and a wide variety of plants and trees can be viewed in the area. Because this park is a bit of a tourist attraction, it can be very busy, so your dog should be comfortable with crowds of people and not become alarmed when they pass.

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