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Dog Areas in Corona, NY

6 Parks
2 Shops
1 Eatery
20 Groomers
The neighborhood of Corona in New York is a fantastic place for you and Fido to visit. One of the most notable things about Corona is the Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, which is one of the largest parks in New York, and home to Citi Field where the New York Mets play. Besides having a huge park, Corona and the surrounding areas are a great place to take Fido since there are twenty veterinarians to take your furry friend to for a checkup.

If you and your dog want to take a walk in the park, but don't want to deal with the crowds at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, then check out the William F. Moore Park. This park also has great amenities, like a bocce ball court, benches to relax on, lights throughout the 0.23-acres of park, and a nice walking path for you and your pup to enjoy. 

Grabbing food with your furry companion is a great idea when hanging out in Corona. Stop into Leo's Latticni and grab a delicious meal. They offer great dishes like sandwiches that feature homemade mozzarella, and the menu is super affordable. Their outdoor patio welcomes your pup to join you for a nice meal before heading back home. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Corona, NY

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    Population Density 4,357/sq mi

    #1 North Corona

    If you and Fido are looking for a close and pawtastic park to explore, look no further then Parks Of The Americas. This beautiful 3.08-acre neighborhood park offers great amenities like a baseball field, basketball courts, bathrooms, playgrounds, and spray showers. The park offers a great walking trail that takes you completely around the park for a great day of exercise. If you and Fido get hungry while visiting Parks Of The Americas, there are usually food trucks that surround the park. After a great day out at the park enjoy a nice walk home through the beautiful North Corona neighborhood.
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    Population Density 30,866/sq mi

    #2 Jackson Heights

    Two miles out of Corona in the Jackson Heights neighborhood is the William F. Moore Park. This pawsome 0.23-acre park offers a great walking path around it and bocce ball courts. The park isn't very large, but does some history behind it. The park honors William F. Moore who was a Marine private and resident of Corona, and was killed in battle during World War I. When walking around the park, you can visit the memorial garden that residents made for the fallen Marine where you can read more about his history. While visiting the park, don't forget your water and clean-up bags.
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    Population Density 10,485/sq mi

    #3 Forest Hill

    Grab Fido and head to the Forest Hill neighborhood where both of you can get your grub on together. Only two miles out of Corona, the Forest Hill neighborhood is a great place for you and Fido to get your foodie on and enjoy some delicious eats. Stop into Dirty Pierre's Bistro which serves burgers, steak sandwiches, and quesadillas. Jade Eatery and Lounge is a contemporary and inviting restaurant that serves Asian fusion food. Their menu includes unique eats like Japanese inspired beef empanadas and sushi burritos. Both of these pawsome restaurants have dog friendly patios and welcome Fido to join you.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 74,207/sq mi

    #4 Murray Hill

    Three miles out of Corona is the Cunningham Park Dog Run located in the Murray Hills neighborhood. Fido will love exploring this park off-leash and all the socializing he can do here. The park offers benches for owners to sit on, water fountains, clean-up bags, and plenty of shade so Fido can stay cool while running around. The dog park is also separated into two areas, one for large dogs and one for small, so Fido can play with pups his own size. Make sure to bring clean-up bags with you when you visit the Cunningham Park Dog Run.
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    Population Density 49,113/sq mi

    #5 Long Island City

    Four miles out of Corona in the Long Island City neighborhood is the Murray Playground Dog Run. This 2.52-acre park offers bathrooms for owners, spray showers, and benches. After a fun day at the park, head over to Big Alice Brewing and grab a brew with Fido by your side. The brewery is cool with Fido chilling inside the facility with you while you relax and enjoy a great beer. If you need some food, then check out The Burger Garage which is a casual joint that offers quick and tasty burgers. Their outdoor patio is dog-friendly and welcomes Fido to join you for a meal.
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