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Billington Heights is a small hamlet that lies within the towns of Aurora and Elma in Erie County. Located just north of East Aurora, Billington Heights is a mixture of older homes, farmland, and newer home developments. These areas are walkable, although the newer constructed neighborhoods have sidewalks while more established neighborhoods do not. Many roads in Billington Heights are alongside fields and farmland and do not have sidewalks, so use caution if you decide to walk with your dog on the shoulder of any roads. 

Weather conditions vary according to the season in Billington Heights. Summer and fall are lush and colorful times of year to walk, although temperatures can, at times, be hot and humid. Prepare for sun exposure when walking along country roads. Spring can be pleasant but also rainy and muddy. Winters can be harsh and cold with heavy snowfall and rough winds. Appropriate winter weather clothing will be necessary.

Terrain in Billington Heights
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
Billington Heights is a good mixture of flat, walkable areas and rolling hills that are mildly challenging but navigable. People and pets with issues navigating rougher terrain may appreciate the more residential areas that have paved streets and accessible sidewalks. Alternatively, those with an affinity for a more intense exercise routine may want to venture towards the hillier areas. 


New housing developments offer more enclosed cul-de-sacs which are perfect for a quiet stroll with a dog. Older neighborhoods are spread out on long roads with some hilly areas. Sidewalks are available for use in more recently constructed areas, but there are no sidewalks along the main roadways. When walking on the shoulder of these country roads, make sure you and your dog are wearing bright, reflective material to maintain visibility. Walk on the left side of the road against traffic so that drivers can easily see you and keep your pup securely leashed throughout. 

Greenways in Billington Heights
11 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in East Aurora have an average of:
6 Greenways
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Official greenways in Billington Heights are limited, so you may need to explore a little outside the boundaries of the neighborhood to find what you need. Green spaces are mostly found in natural areas and farmland amongst the various neighborhoods in this area. 


The nearest dedicated place for dogs is the dog park at Knox Farm State Park. Within this 633-acre park is space for dogs to roam off-leash. There are two separately fenced sections for large and small dogs with a water feature located in the larger dog section for dogs who enjoy a swim. Waste bags and a rinse station are also available for use. Outside of the dog park are a series of trails that can be used, although dogs must be on a leash in those areas. The public uses Knox Farm State Park, so expect to see other dog walkers, hikers, cyclists, runners, and horseback riders throughout the park.

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