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Dog Areas in Amityville

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Amityville is a famous village located in the town of Babylon, New York. While this place may be best known for the famous haunting, also known as the Amityville Horror, it sure is a delight for dog owners since there is plenty of outdoor fun you can have with your pooch! To keep your furry friend in good health, there is one animal hospital in Amityville, while there are more veterinary clinics in the surrounding areas of Massapequa and Copiague that you can visit.

There are some pawsome green spaces in Amityville that are perfect for walking the dog! This includes Avon Lake, which is a puptastic place to get back to nature. There is grass where your pooch can roam, while you can admire the views of the beautiful Avon Lake. The trees also provide some shade on hotter days. 

Another place in Amityville that is great for exercise with your furry friend is the Delano Nature Trail, where your pup can lead the way as you explore the sniff-tastic route, as well as the Village Triangle, which has a memorial clock tower and plenty of benches for resting. This is a popular spot for parades and celebrations where your pup can join in the fun!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Amityville

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    Population Density 5,353/sq mi

    #1 Amityville Village Center


    When you are in Amityville, don’t miss out on the fun over at Peterkin Park! This is a pawsome place to bring your pooch to stretch his legs since there is a walking path around a beautiful lake. You can enjoy a leisurely stroll in the sun, and the peaceful and natural surroundings here. There is also green grass for your pup, as well as a playground for the kids to play. Another beautiful spot in town is Pearsall Park! Here you can retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city and take in the beauty of the trees and green grass. Your pooch can roll and roam and there are benches to chill out.

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    Population Density 3,479/sq mi

    #2 Merrick Rd/ Grand Central Ave


    When the sun is shining, a trip to the park with your pooch is in order! In Amityville, you will find the puptastic James Caples Memorial Park. This has plenty of green grass for your pooch to investigate on an afternoon walk. There are also lots of activities for all the family here, such as softball and soccer fields and a playground for the kids. Since it is near the waterfront, you can also go swimming and sailing. For some treats, there is a pavilion with plenty of covered picnic tables and a grill for cooking.

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    Population Density 12,940/sq mi

    #3 North Amityville


    Every pup loves to get outdoors and enjoy some playtime! So, when you are visiting Amityville, be sure to check out Ronek Park. Here there is plenty of green grass for rolling and roaming, as well as lots of space to play fetch with your furry friend’s favorite ball or Frisbee. There are trees around most of the perimeter, which means it is a safe place for pooches to explore and practice their training. There is not a lot of shade, so be sure to bring some cold water and treats to Ronek Park to keep your dog’s energy high!

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 8,354/sq mi

    #4 Sunrise Hwy/ Carmans Rd


    The best reward for a good boy or girl is a trip to the dog park! To the west of Amityville, you will find Massapequa next door, which is home to the pawsome Town of Oyster Bay Dog Park. Your pup is sure to love this place since there is a two acre area especially for dogs! There are separate areas for smaller and larger pups, with some benches for you to relax and watch your dog have fun. Since it is all fenced in, your pup can roam freely and have fun with new furry friends! There are water bowls here, so all you have to do is bring some fresh water. 

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    Population Density 8,830/sq mi

    #5 Copiague Town Center


    For a fun day out with your beloved companion in tow, head east to the next door puptown of Copiague. Your pup will love a trip to the Straight Path Park, which boasts lots of open space and grass for rolling and roaming. You can bring your furry friend’s favorite toys and let him run around and have fun in the sun. There are some trees for shade when it is hot outside too. Since one side of the park is open and facing the road, it may be best to keep your pooch on leash. Here you will also find the pawsome Town of Babylon Farmers Market where you can wander around with your pooch. This is a puptastic place to go for some local and fresh produce. What’s more, there are several stalls that offer natural and organic dog treats that your furry friend will love to try – bone-a-petit! Since it can get busy, it may be best to keep your pup on their leash as you wander around the Town of Babylon Farmers Market.

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