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Dog Areas in Briarcliff Manor

6 Parks
1 Trail
6 Eateries
3 Groomers
Briarcliff Manor is a small suburban village in Westchester County and about thirty miles out of New York. The outer part of the town sits on the Hudson River, perfect for any pup who enjoys the water. The town is also filled with numerous restaurants to eat at and a great trail to hike along. With three veterinarians located in the town, your pup won't have to worry about his health while visiting.

The Law Memorial Park is located in the heart of the village and contains 7-acres of park fun for you and Fido. The park has a pool, tennis courts, and a playground. There is an ample amount of grass for Fido to play on, plus a great path that winds throughout the park.

The Briarcliff Market and Deli is a causal eatery that dishes out a variety of great food that you and Fido can chow down on. They offer a breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu, plus their outdoor patio welcomes your furry pal to dine right alongside you. Guadalajara is a traditional Mexican restaurant that has potent margaritas and some bomb guacamole. Their outdoor patio is perfect to sit at with Fido and enjoy a good drink while you dine.

Your pup will love hanging out with you in BriarCliff Manor!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Briarcliff Manor

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,020/sq mi

    #1 Washburn/ Chappaqua Rd

    Grab Fido and go on an amazing hike through the Hardscrabble Wilderness Area. The 3.5-mile hike offers rolling hills, a pond, and gurgling brooks. With only a 459-foot elevation gain and a loop style route, you and Fido will easily be able to maneuver this trail together. Make sure to keep Fido on leash while you hike. Stop into Orfino's Restaurant after a good hike for some delicious food. Orfino's offers a variety of tasty Italian food in a casual environment. If you're feeling like pizza, stop into Paese Pasta and Pizza. They offer a wide variety of pasta and pizza that you and Fido can enjoy.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 367/sq mi

    #2 Briarcliff Manor

    The Pocantico Park is a phenomenal park to visit with Fido for an exciting day out, right on Pocantico Lake. The 70.9-acre park offers numerous hiking trails that you and Fido an explore, plus it is home to a largest number of wildlife in the village. The trails are marked in this park, so no need to worry about getting lost when you go out. Covered with trees, this park offers plenty of shade to help keep everyone cool while they explore. Keep your pup on a leash while you are visiting and don't forget clean-up bags.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,389/sq mi

    #3 Millwood

    The Millwood neighborhood is home to two great parks that Fido can exlore with you by his side. The Buck Johnson Park offers a playground, trees for shade, and tons of grass for Fido to run on. The park is fenced in, so if your pup gets loose, you don't have to worry about him escaping. Although the park isn't very big, your dog will still love exploring it with you. The Richard G. Wishnie Park is a small area filled with grass for Fido to run around on. With trees covering most of the park and a nice walking path around it, your pup will love hanging out here and getting a good walk in.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 131/sq mi

    #4 Homecrest Park - Croton Dam

    The Chilmark Park is a great 8.3-mile park that was once used for a Country Club and now is a beautiful park for Fido to run around in. The park offers tennis courts, basketball courts, a soccer field, baseball and softball diamond, plus a playground. There is grass for you dog to relax on, and a great walking path where you both can travel throughout the park and get a good walk in together. The park is in the process of putting restrooms in, plus another athletic field, making it an even better park to hang out at. Don't forget to bring clean-up bags with you.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,622/sq mi

    #5 Millwood/ Glendale

    Four miles out of Briarcliff Manor is a pawsome off leash dog park for Fido to run around and meet some new friends. The Gedney Park Off Leash Dog Park is unique since it is more like a forested trail instead of a fenced in park to run around. Your dog is allowed to explore the 2-mile trail off leash and enjoy time out with you hiking. The trails are clearly marked and pretty simple to travel on if you're new to hiking. If Fido just wants to hang around and not hike, check out Gedney Park which offers a great walking path and a playground. Located in Chappaqua, your pup will love visiting.
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