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      A top-rated local Caregiver will match with you; or you can choose to browse Caregivers near you.

    • Follow along

      Follow along

      Receive live updates and photos. Track your pup's walk via GPS.

    • Get a report card

      Get a report card

      Once your pet is home, view details on how the walk went, complete with a photo!

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      Best Dog Friendly Neighborhoods in Grand Island

      Route 34/US Route 281

      4848
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      4 parks

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,877 per sq. mi.

      Route 34/US Route 281

      4848

      The neighborhood of Route 34/US Route 281 may not have a fancy name, but it proves itself to be one of the best neighborhoods in Grand Island for dog owners as it has four different parks within its community borders! Residents and their furry friends have access to Sothman Park and Stolley Park, and for those who enjoy a bigger green space with open areas as well as treed, residents and their pups quite enjoy spending time at L.E. Ray Park or George Clayton Hall County Park! Whether looking for a nice stroll around the block, trails to wander, or water to swim, this neighborhood has it all!


      Route 281/W Stolley Park Rd

      3636
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      2,062 per sq. mi.

      Route 281/W Stolley Park Rd

      3636

      Residents calling the neighborhood of Route 281/W Stolley Park Rd home have lots of fun living in this area with their pups! The neighborhood itself is central within the city limits, giving residents quick access to many of the parks and recreational green spaces in the surrounding neighborhoods. For those residents, both human and four-legged, who enjoy a neighborhood walk to an open green space near home, they have access to Cedar Hills Park. For pups who can stay well behaved off leash, there is lots of land surrounding the park itself to explore at your leisure.

      Route 2/N North Rd

      2424
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,793 per sq. mi.

      Route 2/N North Rd

      2424

      The neighborhood of Route 2/N North Rd is one of the top five neighborhoods to live in Grand Island, especially for those with four-legged companions! The neighborhood itself is pleasant, and residents enjoy going for walks with George Park as their destination, a great green space for stretching legs, throwing a Frisbee, you name it! The flower garden at the entrance will entrance your pup’s sniffer, while the four ballfields give ample space to run and run. Restrooms and picnic areas ensure you can stay longer! This neighborhood is also located near many other parks in surrounding neighborhoods, giving residents many options for choosing green space to visit.


      S Blaine St/W Koenig St

      1212
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      3 parks

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,252 per sq. mi.

      S Blaine St/W Koenig St

      1212

      Welcome to S Blaine St/W Koenig St, a neighborhood in Grand Island that residents love to call home! Within the community borders there are three different parks for residents to visit with their four-legged companions. Augustine Park is a quieter park with lots of trees, making it a nice place to visit if you want to spend some quality time with your pup! Buechler Park offers the same, but comes complete with a gazebo and benches for you to use! Memorial Park is a beautifully maintained park, with plenty of space to run around off leash, and covered picnic tables that can make for a nice lunch.


      City Center

      00
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,496 per sq. mi.

      City Center

      00

      The neighborhood of City Center is one of the highest rated in the city of Grand Island, and a very popular one to call home! For dog owners who enjoy going for neighborhood walks and finding parks and water to enjoy with their pups, this neighborhood is a great place to be. Home to Pier Park and Pier Lake, there is lots of space to play a game of fetch, let your pooch have a swim, and more! Nearby is McKinney’s Pub as well, a dog friendly spot where you can go together for a drink and a bite to eat.


      Route 34/US Route 281

      4848
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      4 parks

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,877 per sq. mi.

      Route 34/US Route 281

      4848

      The neighborhood of Route 34/US Route 281 may not have a fancy name, but it proves itself to be one of the best neighborhoods in Grand Island for dog owners as it has four different parks within its community borders! Residents and their furry friends have access to Sothman Park and Stolley Park, and for those who enjoy a bigger green space with open areas as well as treed, residents and their pups quite enjoy spending time at L.E. Ray Park or George Clayton Hall County Park! Whether looking for a nice stroll around the block, trails to wander, or water to swim, this neighborhood has it all!


      Route 281/W Stolley Park Rd

      3636
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      2,062 per sq. mi.

      Route 281/W Stolley Park Rd

      3636

      Residents calling the neighborhood of Route 281/W Stolley Park Rd home have lots of fun living in this area with their pups! The neighborhood itself is central within the city limits, giving residents quick access to many of the parks and recreational green spaces in the surrounding neighborhoods. For those residents, both human and four-legged, who enjoy a neighborhood walk to an open green space near home, they have access to Cedar Hills Park. For pups who can stay well behaved off leash, there is lots of land surrounding the park itself to explore at your leisure.

      Route 2/N North Rd

      2424
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,793 per sq. mi.

      Route 2/N North Rd

      2424

      The neighborhood of Route 2/N North Rd is one of the top five neighborhoods to live in Grand Island, especially for those with four-legged companions! The neighborhood itself is pleasant, and residents enjoy going for walks with George Park as their destination, a great green space for stretching legs, throwing a Frisbee, you name it! The flower garden at the entrance will entrance your pup’s sniffer, while the four ballfields give ample space to run and run. Restrooms and picnic areas ensure you can stay longer! This neighborhood is also located near many other parks in surrounding neighborhoods, giving residents many options for choosing green space to visit.


      S Blaine St/W Koenig St

      1212
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      3 parks

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,252 per sq. mi.

      S Blaine St/W Koenig St

      1212

      Welcome to S Blaine St/W Koenig St, a neighborhood in Grand Island that residents love to call home! Within the community borders there are three different parks for residents to visit with their four-legged companions. Augustine Park is a quieter park with lots of trees, making it a nice place to visit if you want to spend some quality time with your pup! Buechler Park offers the same, but comes complete with a gazebo and benches for you to use! Memorial Park is a beautifully maintained park, with plenty of space to run around off leash, and covered picnic tables that can make for a nice lunch.


      City Center

      00
      Dog ParksDog Parks
      1 park

      Population DensityPopulation Density
      1,496 per sq. mi.

      City Center

      00

      The neighborhood of City Center is one of the highest rated in the city of Grand Island, and a very popular one to call home! For dog owners who enjoy going for neighborhood walks and finding parks and water to enjoy with their pups, this neighborhood is a great place to be. Home to Pier Park and Pier Lake, there is lots of space to play a game of fetch, let your pooch have a swim, and more! Nearby is McKinney’s Pub as well, a dog friendly spot where you can go together for a drink and a bite to eat.


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