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Dog Areas in Clarence, NY

In 1808, Clarence was the first town that was established in Erie County. It is thought that Clarence was named after a type of carriage called a clarence. This historic locale is a pawesome place to be a dog owner! Clarence has its own doggie daycare and grooming center if you happen to require their services. One vet hospital in town is in charge of taking care of its canine residents and visitors.

If you're visiting Clarence with a pup in tow, you and your dog can stay at the Asa Ransom House or Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Clarence. If those don't suit your needs, you can find more pet-friendly lodging options in nearby Buffalo.

If you want to relax with a cup of coffee in the company of your pup, visit the Penny Lane Cafe, the local Tim Hortons, or Goodrich Coffee and Tea. For some baked goodies and pastries, go to McDuffies Bakery. Buffalo and Williamsville, located just 8 miles from Clarence, offer more options for dog-friendly dining.

Need a place where you can walk with your pup? Check out Clarence Pathways. This network of four trails offers several miles of nature to explore with your leashed pooch. Keep in mind that some of the trails are shared with cyclists.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Clarence, NY

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    Population Density 2,298/sq mi

    #1 East Amherst

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    The closest off-leash doggie park to Clarence is The Paw Park, located in Amherst. Located only 11 miles from Clarence, this park is a great choice for doggies that need a place to play with pooches their own size. The park operates on donations, and it's a non-profit organization, so consider donating to contribute toward the park's upkeep. The staff works hard to maintain this pawpular park. This grassy park has plenty of seating areas for tired dog owners who need to take a load off. Water is provided during the summer months and the park often provides poop baggies, but they may run out, so bring some extra.
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    #2 Ellicott Island

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    How would you feel about a whole island where your pup can romp around and have the time of his life? (Pretty furrific, we'd wager!) Head 16 miles west from Clearance and you will find Ellicott Island Park, located in Tonawanda. The entire island is an off-leash doggie park! But be careful -- the island is huge and you can easily lose your dog, so make sure Fido responds well to voice commands. Water and poop baggies are provided, as well as dog washing stations and restrooms for the humans. The island has plenty of trees so it's perfect for the hot summer days.
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    Population Density 2,483/sq mi

    #3 Knox Farm State Park

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    Another option that you have in the vicinity of Clarence is the Knox Farm State Park. Here, you can choose between letting your dog run around in one of the fenced areas or taking your leashed pup for a walk on the awesome trails! There is a fenced area for small doggos as well. The fenced area is huge, and it has young trees that don't provide much shade yet. Water and waste baggies are provided throughout the park. The trails are also a treasure -- there are several trails with a variety of terrains to explore. Be aware that horses use the trails as well, so your pup has to play well with other species! 
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    Population Density 2,639/sq mi

    #4 First Ward

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    Wilkenson Pointe Park is a place where both you and your dog will have plenty of fun! Doggies have to be leashed, and although they are not officially permitted on the beach, plenty of dog owners allow their pups to dip their paws in the water. You can also go kayaking or rent bikes here if you like to get active. Water fountains are available, and there are restrooms on the premises. The great news for the dog parents is the beer garden! Yes, you read that correctly -- there is a beer garden where you can relax with your pup and try different beers!
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    #5 Waterfront

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    Twenty-two miles away from Clarence, you'll find The Barkyard’s dog park, located in Waterfront, Buffalo. Separate fenced areas are provided for the doggos: one for small ones under 30 lbs. and another one for bigger pups over 30 lbs. The place is well-maintained and the ground is covered in grass. Water fountains for the pooches are provided along with water bowls. As for the dog owners, there are benches where they can relax and watch over their beloved pets. If you decide to visit this pawesome park, be a responsible dog owner and bring waste baggies to clean up your pooch's messes.
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