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Dog Areas in Bronx

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Located where Grand Concourse and East 156th Street meet, Franz Sigel Park is a quaint park that has an abundance of space for your pooch to run about. There is a fenced-in area where dogs can run leash-free, but dogs must be put back on their leashes after leaving the fenced-in area. A gazebo and a collection of trees provide plenty of shade for the seating areas. Franz Sigel Park is free to enter and is open during daylight hours.

Grab your dog’s favorite toy, or leave the toy at home, it’s your choice because Van Courtland Park is more than just fenced-in grass! Van Courtland Park has a doggie playground and two separate sections for large and small dogs so that every pup can play fearlessly. Dogs are welcome to run leash-free while enjoying the park, but they should be leashed when leaving the park.

If space it was you desire, Pelham Bay Park will grant you your wish. Pelham Bay Park is Bronx’s largest city park – expanding over 2,700 acres! Admission is free, but this park is not a leash-free zone. All dogs must be strictly under a short leash and under their owners’ control while in the park. Please help keep the park clean by picking up after your pet!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Bronx

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    Population Density 55,274/sq mi

    #1 Highbridge


    J. Hood Wright Dog Park is in Highbridge and is the perfect park to take your pup to for a great day out. The J. Hood Wright Dog Park offers plenty of benches for owners to sit on while their dogs run. While the park is not separated by breed size, it does offer water fountains for both people and dogs. They also provide clean-up bags, and there is plenty of shade for your dog to relax in. On the weekends, a local pet store brings doughnuts and coffee for everyone to enjoy. If you and your pooch need a bite to eat, try out Crazy Annie’s. Crazy Annie’s serves classic comfort food, like mac and cheese or BBQ brisket sandwiches, and has an outdoor patio that is totally dog friendly. If you’re looking for more of a bar menu, then head over to Coogan’s which offers great appetizers, burgers, and pasta, plus your dog is welcome on their outdoor patio.

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    Population Density 44,863/sq mi

    #2 Middletown Pelham Bay


    The Pelham Bay Park Dog Run was one of the first dog runs to be built by the New York City Parks Department, and is conveniently separated for large and small breeds. There are benches for owners to unwind, plenty of shade for Fido to enjoy, and a kiddie pool for some water fun. If the dog run isn’t your dog’s style, then take him to Pelham Bay Park. This park offers 2,700 acres of fun, and welcomes your dog to enjoy the trails as long as he stays on leash. If Latin food is what your pup is craving, then check out Havana Café. This pawsome café welcomes your dog at their outdoor seating, and serves delicious food like Havana sushi or Cuban pizza.

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    Population Density 64,966/sq mi

    #3 Norwood


    The Willamsbridge Oval is a dog friendly park that is great to take your pup to for a jog or walk. The park has a track inside of it which you can run your dog on as long as he is leashed. The park is very popular with families and children, and they even hold events like movie nights, so be sure to check out what’s happening before bringing your pup. If you want your dog to be off-leash, then take them to the dog run that is located inside of Willamsbridge Oval. The dog run is smaller than the park, but still gives plenty of space for off-leash fun.

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    Population Density 65,346/sq mi

    #4 Washington Heights


    In nearby Manhattan is the neighborhood of Washington Heights, home to the Highbridge Dog Park. This beautiful dog park offers plenty of shade, benches for owners to sit on, and is separated by large and small breeds. Highbridge Dog Park does not provide water or clean-up bags, so don’t forget to bring yours along. Fort Tryon Dog Run is close to Highbridge Dog Park, and is one of the largest dog runs in the city. Fort Tryon Dog Run is also separated by large and small breeds, has picnic tables for relaxing, and water bowls for the dogs. Locals rave about how big the dog run is, and love how it includes stairs and hills, so your pup will get a great workout in. If you and your dog work up an appetite, then head over to Lake Como Pizza. This awesome pizzeria welcomes your dog to join you at an outdoor table and their menu includes salads, sandwiches, pasta, and pizza.

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    Population Density 55,327/sq mi

    #5 Inwood


    The Inwood Hill Park and Dog Run in nearby Manhattan is a beautiful dog park that has so many amenities your dog won’t know where to start. This park has a pond that your pup can splash around in, plus a trail they can run on and sniff around. If you need a break, there are also benches for you to take a moment to relax. Locals do warn to watch out for the skunks. Further out from the park is the Inwood Hill Park Trail, which is a lovely 2-mile hike with moderate slopes that your pup will love. Your dog is required to be on a leash no longer than 6 feet during the hike. The Park View is a great place to stop and get some food with your pup if you’re out and about. This casual American bar serves a wide range of dishes and loves when your dog joins you on their outdoor patio.  

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