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Dog Areas in Derby, NY

Derby, New York is a fun little town seated right in Eerie county. You will absolutely love that it is packed with things that you can do with your dog all year long. You can stay at one of the five pet-friendly hotels in the city. Take a walk through the town square, and don't forget to stop by town hall for a map of the area. They are super welcoming to new visitors and will gladly point to places of interest. 

If you would like to go play on the beach, you can take your pup over to Bennett Beach and let them splash and play in the water. There are dog-specific beaches set up. You can go fishing or boating if you would like, too. 

If you want something to do that isn't water-related, you could check out the Eighteen Mile Creek. Bring a leash and you can take your dog walking down the trails. You will see squirrels and rabbits all along the way. There is the creek to play in, but there are many other things to do as well. For instance, you could learn to track small animals or deer. Your pup will love all the new smells along the way. Don't forget to pack a picnic and some water. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Derby, NY

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    Population Density 466/sq mi

    #1 Eerie Road

    The town of Evans is adjacent to Derby. Evans even has Derby addresses. They also have a dog park that is set up just so that the local dogs have somewhere to get off their leashes and just play. If you are visiting in the area, you can get a day permit so that you can play. Children are not allowed in the gates. There are two areas, one for big dogs and one for little dogs. The double gate system will help you keep your dog from escaping. You can meet local pet parents here as well. The park is open daily until 7 pm.
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    Population Density 1,073/sq mi

    #2 Main Street

    The sun is shining. The breeze is flowing. It is a beautiful day to bring your pup to one of the outdoor tables at Comfort Zone. You can wrap your hands around a nice warm cup of coffee. They do have a small menu of light dishes like muffins and scones. You can get hot tea if you prefer. All dogs are greeted happily as long as they are on their leash. This little bit of comfort is located about ten miles from you and your pup. Just don't forget to bring a water dish for your dashing dog!
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    Population Density 2,935/sq mi

    #3 La Salle

    Buffalo Dog Park is about twenty minutes from Derby. It features plenty of room for you and your pal to play. The benches are set in just the right place so that you can get some beautiful views while you chat with other pet parents. The park is open all year long, but the water is on only in the summer months. Please remember that you will need to bring water during those months. This is a beautiful park that is well-kept and a local favorite. You and your dog will love coming to play so much that the drive won't seem like a big deal.
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    Population Density 1,070/sq mi

    #4 Buffalo Street

    John and Mary's is about ten miles from you. You will find that they have some of the best pizza around with all your favorite toppings. You can get new flavors here as well. In addition to pizza, they also have a fry menu featuring fajita fries, pepper poppers, and wings. Your dog can join you at any of the outdoor tables if you want to share your meal with your fur baby. Pizza is a great way to make friends or visit with old ones, so if you don't want to come in and eat, grab a pizza or two for the road.
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    Population Density 365/sq mi

    #5 Billington Heights

    Knox Farm State Park has it all. You and your dog can walk the miles of trails through the park, provided that your pal is on a leash, of course. If you are looking for an off-leash fun zone, there's also a dog park here, which is open all year. It is a completely fenced zone that is designed for dogs to come and have a good time. There is no running water, so please remember to bring some. You can get some solitude if you want to walk the trails, or you can meet some pet parents at the park. This pawesome place is about half an hour away from Derby, but it definitely worth the drive!
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