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Dog Areas in Roosevelt, NJ

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The quaint hamlet of Roosevelt is nestled in the town of Hampstead, New York. Named after former President Theodore Roosevelt, due to his integration of African American residents into the community after WWII, Roosevelt is a pawpulated hamlet which continues to grow and diversify. Furpups and their humans are welcome to visit Roosevelt and its surrounding towns for a barktastic weekend trip! No vets are located in the Roosevelt community, but several can be found in nearby Merrick and Baldwin.

Roosevelt has a wondfurful network of puptastic parks waiting to be explored with Fido. Check out the Centennial Park to shoot some hoops with your pup, take a walk, or just relax on under a shaded bench to catch your breath. The Centennial Park tends to get busy during the day, so try to go in the mornings when kids are at school.

The Rev. Arthur Mackey Senior Park is another pawpular park that offers plenty of beautiful and grassy, well-maintained grounds with a paved brick walking path; pawfect for strolling around on with a leashed pup by your side. Locals, two-legged and four-legged, love the friendliness of the many birds and ducks greeting you at the edge of the tranquil Smith Pond.

Wag over to the hamlet of Roosevelt to discover both a park and puppy-loving community! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Roosevelt, NJ

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    Population Density 9,240/sq mi

    #1 Baldwin Proud

    Ready to woof in the fresh air at the puptastic Coes Neck Park in the Baldwin Proud neighborhood in Baldwin? No doubt so is Fido! The Coes Neck Park is a breathtaking, picturesque park not to be missed on your trip to Roosevelt and the surrounding areas. Long Islanders' have been frequenting this park with their pups for decades, and once you see the well-maintained grounds for yourself, you'll know why! Take a walk on the paths or fields, or relax o a bench or picnic area and enjoy the serenity in the company of your best furiend. There's a playground for the kids, and plenty of sports areas too, including tennis, basketball, football and more!
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    Population Density 7,058/sq mi

    #2 N Merrick

    The N Merrick neighborhood in Merrick is a wooftacular destination for pups who love to eat. The Pitstop restaurant is a superbly rated eatery where casual and delicious come together in harmony. Dig into seafood, hot dogs, chicken, paninis, pawsta, and so much more out on the two pup-friendly tables outdoors. Once you taste their food, you'll know immediately how Pitstop became featured on top food network channels. Craving something out of the box? The Santorini Greek Restaurant serves food that's just as good as it looks. Get the Spinakopita-a filo bread dough filled with heaps of cheese and spinach. Yum in your pup's tum!
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    Population Density 8,073/sq mi

    #3 Northwest Freeport

    The northwestern Freeport neighborhood in Freeport has a lovely little park known as Glacken Park, where leashed pups can come play with their humans, have a picnic, or just people-watch from the comfort of a park bench. A furrific shaded pavillion is set amid grassy grounds, inviting you and your pup to come hang out and make friends. Fido will love the time spent with you, chasing his favorite tennis ball or that stick you just threw into the woods. The Glacken Park has an extremely clean children's playground, making this spot both a safe and maintained place to bring your doggoe for some outdoor fun.
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    Population Density 8,586/sq mi

    #4 Merrick Rd/Foxhurst Rd

    When in need of rejuvenation, there's no better place to go than in nature. The Merrick Rd/Foxhurst Road neighborhood in Baldwin has just what you and your mutt need: the Silver Lake Park! This pawpular park is sprawling with dog-walkers out strolling or getting in their daily run alongside their pup. Leash up your pup and head to the Silver Lake Park to walk on the path that circles the tranquil pond, making a pawfect setting to sit back whilst you watch the sun go down over the water. Bring extra doggie waste bags just in case.
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    Population Density 9,970/sq mi

    #5 Cow Harbor

    Venture a little ways south from Roosevelt to discover the Cow Harbor neighborhood in Freeport where you and your pup can enjoy even more puptastic green space. The Milburn Creek Park/Milburn Pond Park located here offers a gorgeous creek that cuts through 24 acres of beautifully maintained land. Knot up your running shoes and join other joggers on the pup-friendly .5 mile walking/running trail. Pawlenty of green space gives you and Fido the room to romp and play in the grass or by the creekside. Bring your favorite game or book to sit and enjoy by the Milburn Pond while Fido takes an afternoon power-pup nap beside you.
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