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Dog Areas in Central Square

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Central Square is a small town in Oswego County, New York. This town is known for its green lawns and amazing atmosphere. The town is welcoming of visitors, including their furry companions. A short drive from the Three Mile Bay Wildlife Management Area and the Oneida Lake, this village is perfect for those who love the outdoors and all that nature has to offer. Central Square is full of small streams that are perfect for a quick break to stretch your legs before finding somewhere cozy to relax for the night. You will want plenty of towels in the car for these adventures!

The town only needs one animal hospital to service the many cats and dogs that live with the residents of Central Square. Just south of the village are three small parks where many visitors and residents enjoy some mutts-needed time outdoors. This rural area doesn’t have chain restaurants or a main strip where you will find busy shops, but if you are looking for a low-key spot to enjoy a quiet, restful weekend with your dog, pack a bag full of waste bags, snacks, towels and treats and be on your way to Central Square for a barkin’ good time! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Central Square

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    Population Density 1,848/sq mi

    #1 Central Square Proper


    Central Square, being a small village, is pretty self-sufficient. Without chain restaurants and shops, this town encourages locals to get back to basics and enjoy what life and the outdoors have to offer. The location of this neighborhood allows easy access to other towns if you are looking for structured adventures for your furry pals. A quick trip north will take you to Mallory and Hastings, while heading south will take you to Brewerton. Whether you choose to stay in Central Square or venture to the surrounding neighborhoods, you will find plenty of room to run with your dog so make sure you bring a good leash and harness for the trip!  

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    Population Density 4,029/sq mi

    #2 Brewerton


    Brewerton is just six minutes from Central Square. This community is home to a few decent sized parks where dogs are welcome on leashes. Plank Road Park is the smallest in the area. Your dog will enjoy walking the paths, or just sitting on one of the many benches enjoying the scenery with you. The Oneida Shores County Park is a larger facility with more trails for you to walk with your dog. You will need waste bags, a leash, and some towels just in case your dog makes a beeline for the lake out of excitement at the pawsome landscape. 

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    Population Density 31,000/sq mi

    #3 Cicero


    Just ten minutes from Central Square is the community of Cicero. Here, you will find shops and stores that are otherwise missing from neighborhoods to the north. You and your dog are welcome to come for a lunchtime adventure at Paladino’s Cicero Pizzeria. You will find whatever Italian comfort food your heart desires at this local favorite. Just a few minutes further south on Route 81 will bring you to the Limp Lizard. This bar and grill offers scenic outdoor dining for you and your fuzzy copilot as you make your way through town together. Bring some dog-approved snacks if your dog is infamous for giving strangers the begging eyes at the dinner table. 

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    Population Density 8,040/sq mi

    #4 University Hill


    University Hill is a college town neighborhood in Syracuse, New York. Less than a 25-minute drive from Central Square, this community is buzzing with dog-friendly shops and restaurants surrounding Syracuse University. The Bleu Monkey Café is the pawfect spot for sushi, noodles, and other popular Asian dishes. The staff will even bring your pup a water bowl so they can hydrate for their long day ahead. If you are looking for a lighter fare, Espress Oasis is the place to go for coffee, sweets, and even protein bars. Your dog can wait for you to finish your latte in the outdoor seating area.  

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    Population Density 2,761/sq mi

    #5 West Side Syracuse


    West Side Syracuse is just across the highway from University Hill, about twenty minutes from Central Square. Dog owners love this part of town for its many options for dog-friendly dining and activities. Skiddy Park is a small, intimate green space where you can take your dog for a leashed stroll or even a run. Leavenworth Park is another place for you and your dog to fro-lick your way through the afternoon. Don’t forget your waste bags and toys! After the park, you can head to Kitty Hoyne’s Irish Pub, Empire Brewing Company, or Blue Tusk for a meal. These and more all offer outdoor seating for you and your canine companion. 

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