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Dog Areas in Breezy Point

Breezy Point, New York, is a neighborhood in Queens that sits on the very tip of the jut-out into the Raritan Bay. The neighborhood has a relaxed atmosphere and low population, but it doesn’t have much in the way for your beloved pooch. However, there are some vet clinics and several dog-friendly activities in nearby Brooklyn, which you can get to by driving over the Jamaica Bay.

The heart of Brooklyn will require about a 20-mile drive from Breezy point to reach, but it’s full of fun things to do! Brower Park will let your pooch to enjoy most of the park on his leash, and even offers designated off-leash times for furry friends. The Louis Valentino, Jr. Park and Pier gives you gorgeous views of the Manhattan skyline while playing with your dog in the open, grassy field by the water.

A little further north of the downtown area of Brooklyn will bring you even closer to Manhattan. Here, you can visit Cooper Dog Park in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn for some off-leash fun. Or, visit Outdoor Paws if you have an adventurous pup. This place will give your dog a full day of adventures, from swimming to hiking outdoors! You’ll find plenty of pawsome activities outside of Breezy Point when you head to Brooklyn.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Breezy Point

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    #1 Manhattan Beach

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    Slightly over nine miles from Breezy Point, New York is Manhattan Beach in Brooklyn. This neighborhood is the home of the Manhattan Beach Dog Run. Not only will your pooch get to run and play outside in a gorgeous fenced-in spot while she makes some new friends, but she’ll get to do it within the beautiful Manhattan Beach Park. This park also allows leashed dogs whose owners clean up after them to explore the hiking trails, open, grassy areas, and enjoy the breeze from the coast. Hungry? Head to Cipura, a dog-friendly Turkish restaurant that has outdoor tables for you and your dog to enjoy a meal together. 

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    Population Density 34,861/sq mi

    #2 Mapleton

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    Just under 13 miles from Breezy Point is Mapleton in Brooklyn. Here, you can visit the Seth Low Playground, an unofficial dog park where dog owners of all breeds gather to socialize and play with their dogs. The park also has playgrounds, eateries, and sporting fields for you and your dog to enjoy. Or, take in some local tours with City Tales, a touring company run by dog lovers who welcome pooches to join their owners on tours of the incredible city of New York. Growling bellies can head to Serafina, a glitzy pizzeria that allows dogs and their humans to eat together at its outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 20,246/sq mi

    #3 Dyker Heights

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    Dyker Heights is another neighborhood in Brooklyn that’s 13.5 miles from Breezy Point. You can visit Dyker Beach Park, a fenced dog run that gives your pup plenty of space to make new friends and burn off some energy, all within moments from the water. You can also head to The Diamond Collar, a pawtastic pet boutique that sells clothing, gear, toys, and other designer items that your dog is sure to go mutts for. And, furry paws are even welcome inside with their humans! Lioni Italian Heroes also welcomes dogs in its outdoor area to enjoy a meal with their favorite people.

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    Population Density 68,000/sq mi

    #4 Park Slope

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    Just over 19 miles from Breezy Point is Park Slope in Brooklyn, New York. This neighborhood is where you’ll find Prospect Park Dog Field, a beautiful area that invites dogs during designated times to come play and romp around. They can even splash around in the water! Prospect Park Trail is also a great place to bring your pooch, offering over three miles of trail that winds through plenty of pretty scenery. Park Slope also has several paw-friendly eateries, like Sotto Voce and BareBurger, both of which have outdoor tables that invite dogs to join their owners for a bite. 

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    #5 Carroll Gardens

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    Carroll Gardens in Brooklyn is about 20 miles from Breezy Point. This spot is home to DiMattina Playground and Dog Run, a fenced-in dog run within the DiMattina Playground public park. The park itself allows leashed dogs to explore the playground and walking areas. Carroll Gardens also has several paw-friendly restaurants in its borders, like Abilene Bar, which serves casual pub-inspired foods, like wings, burgers, and sandwiches, and has sidewalk seating for dogs. Buttermilk Channel is another place you can visit for American favorites in a fun, casual atmosphere. Pull up a chair at one of the pawtastic outdoor tables for a bite with Rover.

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