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Dog Areas in Batavia, NY

6 Parks
1 Trail
3 Shops
1 Eatery
5 Groomers
Batavia is a small city in New York, and the county seat. It's the center of a lot of services for the area, causing local residents and visitors alike to cluster here. There are ten veterinary services in Batavia, ranging from private practices to animal hospitals. With so much support for canine residents, you know the city's going to be a great place. 

Celebrate with a trip to Rochester Club West at Bohn's, a dog-friendly restaurant geared towards the fine line between casual and fine dining--including a puppy menu so you don't eat alone! 

The DeWitt Recreation Area is a fantastic place to bring your leashed dog. The area has water access, picnic areas, and well preserved natural resources! It's popular for birding and other wildlife watching, so be sure to keep your dog away from any wild locals. Another great feature is the DeWitt Recreation Area Loop. This simple, one mile loop trail is a great way to exercise while seeing the park. You do have to share the road with joggers and cyclists. 

Worn out already? La Quinta Inn & Suites Batavia, and Red Roof Inn Batavia both offer dog-friendly rooms without a pet fee! Settle in for the night, because Batavia's pawsome attractions will still be there tomorrow. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Batavia, NY

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    Population Density 334/sq mi

    #1 Birchwood Village

    Williams Park in Birchwood Village is a large park pawfect for a long walk with your dog. The park has sports fields, green space, and basketball courts laid out. It also has a simple loop path through another part of the park. This path is paved and set apart from the main sports areas. You will have to share the road with joggers and cyclists, so it's important to keep your dog leashed for everyone's safety. Dogs will love hitting the path or exploring the meadows--and maybe even the shaded benches with their people. Humans will love that there's plenty to see, such as frequent league sports, while they're exercising their dog.
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    Population Density 334/sq mi

    #2 South Batavia

    South Batavia has two popular parks that are great for dog walking. The first, and larger, is Kibbe Park. The main draw is the large baseball field, though the park does have basketball courts and some green space as well. This is a great park for walking laps around, but its convenient location also makes it a common spot for those quick morning and evening walks! If your dog is shy, or just more comfortable in smaller surroundings, head to nearby Farrell Park instead. This park has basketball courts but much more open, green space. Your dog should be leashed in both South Batavia parks.
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    Population Density 337/sq mi

    #3 Downtown Batavia

    Austin Park is right off of Main Street in Batavia. It's located near the city's police station, making it a popular destination for families and anyone looking to walk their dog early in the morning or late in the evening, which are busy times for the park. There's a large playground and plenty of room to roam. While some of the space is reserved for sports fields, a larger portion is available for wandering. Your dog can follow her nose across the lawn. There's also a small wooded portion that offers enticing squirrel trails. Dogs have to remain on leash in Austin Park.
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    Population Density 337/sq mi

    #4 West Batavia

    Kiwanis Mini Park in West Batavia proves you don't need a big space to make a big difference in a community. This park is conveniently located in a residential area, making it a big draw. Leashed dogs are welcome to join you on the grounds, so get your pup ready to go and start exploring! This park uses its space efficiently, managing to fit two basketball courts, a playground, restroom facilities, and horseshoe pits into one small park. You can follow the path between attractions, or sprawl out on the lawn. It's a great place to stretch your legs or take a "mini" break from the bustle of Batavia.
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    Population Density 334/sq mi

    #5 Summit Street

    The Summit Street neighborhood of Batavia is home to Centennial Park. This park is the ultimate destination for anyone who wants the experience of stepping out into the wilderness... but doesn't want to leave Batavia. This park is very undeveloped; the landscape is trees and meadows, with very simple dirt trails through it. The park lacks amenities, like a drinking fountain, so make sure to bring your own water and a doggie bowl to share. For dogs, this makes Centennial Park the best park in the city! There's natural room to roam, and they can sniff out fun surprises or walk with you through the trees!
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