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Dog Areas in West New York

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As a town in Hudson County, West New York, New Jersey is claimed to be one of the most populated municipalities in the United States. West New York is around fifteen minutes from Manhattan, and is the perfect place to stay if you wish to visit New York, but don’t want to stay in that hustle and bustle every day. West New York is building on to their dog-friendly accommodations, but still offers various dog-friendly activities.  

Currently, West New York offers several dog-friendly accommodations, restaurants, and services. The lodging arrangements are reasonably priced with dog-friendly accommodations, and as an extra perk, many of these lodging options offer a great view of Manhattan.

Numerous dog-friendly restaurants are just around the corner in New York City; however, if you love sweet treats with Fido, then West New York has you covered. The local Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream parlor boasts a warm and welcoming environment to all dogs – even offering a dog-friendly treat or two to customers.

If you’re looking for a pawfect place to stay just outside of NYC but without all the noise and expense, look no fur-ther than West New York!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in West New York

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    Population Density 63,111/sq mi

    #1 62 Street/ Kennedy Boulevard East

    West New York is one of the most densely populated places in the United States. That’s why walking your Fido on the streets is not a good idea at all! A special area for your furry friend can be found at Donelly Memorial Park Dog Run. The park is fully fenced, has two separate areas for small and large dogs, lots of shade trees (a blessing for owners!), benches for taking a break after a long walk, and spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline just over the park. Love visiting restaurants with your pooch? Come by and peruse the menu at Cavalinos Restaurant on Park Avenue. Making reservations may be a good idea, since there are only three dog-friendly tables outside.
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    Population Density 10,825/sq mi

    #2 Park Avenue/11th Street

    Hoboken is located to the south of West New York, and its Park Avenue/11th Street neighborhood has two beautiful amenities for your pup to enjoy. Hit the road via Park Avenue by car, which will take less than 20 minutes, or take a bus departing from Park Avenue, and it will sweep along in half an hour. Once you are in Hoboken, Viaduct Dog Park is happy to welcome you on Maddison Street. The park is small, but brings a bunch of joy to its visitors. It’s fenced and fully equipped with a water fountain and special accessories to train your bud’s agility. Another dog park to visit in Hoboken is the 2.1-acre 1600 Park, which features a separate dog run for training and exercising with your excited pup. If you get hungry after all the activity, you can always visit the dog-friendly Hudson Tavern on 14th Street to bond with your friend and share a late dinner together.
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    Population Density 11,838/sq mi

    #3 Boulevard East/Woodcliff Avenue

    If you’re from West New York, you’ve probably heard that your neighbor to the north, North Bergen, has a terrific place for everyone who loves going off-leash and having barkvelous time with other pups. North Bergen Dog Run is a fenced dog park offering everything a happy dog owner may need: waste bags, donated toys, bowls to fill with running water, benches for catching a breath between activities, and separate runs for dogs of different sizes. Locals are usually very friendly, so if you visit the park for the first time, don’t worry. Your bud will easily find new fur-iends, and you may become a part of the local dog community!
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    Population Density 2,253/sq mi

    #4 Borough Center

    Leonia is a lovely place to visit with your pup, especially if you live in West New York and want a bit different view than Manhattan’s skyscrapers. The Borough Center of Leonia provides you and your pooch with two beautiful places to visit: Overpeck Park Dog Run and Leonia Dog Park/Lakeview Park. Overpeck Park Dog Run is a fenced, spacious park for your pup to walk off-leash in the conveniently separated areas for large and small dogs. The park is situated and has a path to Overpeck Creek, which makes it an enjoyable place for pooches who like to swim, splash and chase a Frisbee while they’re at it. In comparison with Overpeck Park, Leonia Dog Park is located in the middle of the borough on Broad Avenue, but has several advantages, such as two picnic tables and a large area with hills where Fido can chase his new fur-iends.
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    Population Density 65,500/sq mi

    #5 West Hoboken

    Hoboken is a great place to spend time with your pup because it has several amenities. West Hoboken offers an awesome fenced dog park at your disposal. Church Square Dog Run is a place of joy. Dogs can exercise, socialize with other pets, and splash and gulp in the water fountains! The park has two separate areas for small and large dogs, so pups of all sizes are welcome and will surely have a great time being let off-leash. There are also benches spread all over the park for dog owners’ convenience. Another dog park in West Hoboken is Stevens Park Dog Run. This place offers several amenities for pups, including a dog run and a huge baseball field for running around and chasing other caudate friends. Getting a bit hungry? This neighborhood is full of dog-friendly dining places such as Arthur’s Tavern on Washington Street. Several dog-friendly bars, including Onieal’s near Church Square Park, also offer dog-friendly outdoor seating during the summer.
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