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Dog Areas in East Syracuse

8 Parks
1 Trail
5 Groomers
East Syracuse is a small village in eastern Onondaga County that has kept a small town feel with a friendly atmosphere. With a great trail to explore and a few parks to venture through, your dog will love taking some time away from the busy city to hang out in East Syracuse. With two veterinarians in town, your dog will be well taken care of.

Take Fido out to Ryder Park, a 12-acre park filled with all types of fun and excitement for you and your pup. The park features an arboretum, butterfly garden, canoe launch into the Butternut Creek, fishing pond, picnic area, and playground. There is a pawsome walking trail throughout the park that you and Fido can get a good walk in on, and restrooms for the dog parents.

Need another walking route? Take the Erie Canalway Trail for a pawsome hike with your furry pal. The 279.5-mile trail may be long, but its perfect to wear that pup out! The trail surface can vary on this hike depending on how far you travel on it, plus it will take you past a few canals and along a rail corridor.

If you and Fido are looking to spend a few nights in East Syracuse, check into the Cresthill Suites Syracause, Candlewood Suites Syracuse, or the Residence Inn by Marriott Syracuse Carrier Circle. They all welcome your pup to join you for a good night's rest.

You and Fido will be having a great time in East Syracuse while exploring all the beautiful parks and trails they have to offer.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in East Syracuse

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    Population Density 1,913/sq mi

    #1 Dewitt

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    The Erie Canal Park is a great spot to visit with your pup for a relaxing day out under the sun. The park offers a playground, butterfly garden, picnic area with BBQs, and bathrooms. There is a trail that goes throughout the park for you and Fido to get a good walk in on, plus tons of green space for Fido to run around in. The De Witt Town Recreation is right down the street from the Erie Canal Park and another great option to visit with your dog. This park offers a fishing pond, and benches for owners to relax on. There are plenty of trees to help provide shade, and grass that Fido can get a good game of fetch in at.
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    Population Density 5,859/sq mi

    #2 East Syracuse Village Center

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    Head out to Ellis Field for a fun afternoon out at the park. The park has a covered picnic area, baseball fields, basketball courts, a few trees for shade, and tons of grass for your pup to run around on. The park is fenced in which can help keep Fido secure if he gets off leash, and don't forget to take advantage of the waking path that goes throughout the park. Hennessy Field is down the road from Ellis Field, and offers an ample amount of open grass for your dog to frolic in. The park also has baseball diamonds and frequently hosts games there. Occasionally there are events at the park, so pay attention in case Fido isn't a people person.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,641/sq mi

    #3 Greater East Syracuse

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    The Willis Carrier Recreation Center is a fantastic spot to visit with your best furry pal by your side. This beautiful park offers two baseball fields, restrooms, a small picnic area by the diamonds, and a good walking path around the baseball diamonds. If your dog loves the grass, then this park is for him. There is tons of grass throughout the park that Fido can frolic and run in before heading home for the day. If you both want to have a nice picnic together, take advantage of the huge picnic area with a covered pavilion for a nice meal. Make sure to bring plenty of water and clean-up bags with you when you visit.
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    Population Density 14,075/sq mi

    #4 Westcott

    12
    Five miles out of East Syracuse is Thornden Park. This park features a large green area, rose garden, basketball courts, playground, pool, and amphitheater all for you and Fido to enjoy. The park is filled with plenty of trees so both of you can stay cool while hanging out. Get a good walk in on the path around the park before heading over to Asahi Japanese Restaurant for a bite to eat. This pawsome restaurant dishes out amazing Japanese inspired food and welcomes your furry pal to join you on their outdoor patio for a meal. Located in Syracuse, your pup won't mind the small car ride for this dogtastic adventure.
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    Population Density 3,757/sq mi

    #5 Eastside

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    The Westminster Park is 4.7-acres and filled with great activities for you and Fido. The park offers an amazing walking trail so Fido can get a good walk in for the day. There is a ton of grass that your pup can roll around on. If you get tired or want a break, you and Fido can take advantage of the benches that are throughout the park. After a fun day out at the park, head over to the Jacob Restaurant to chow down. This pawsome restaurant is a casual eatery that dishes out traditional soul food in a buffet format. Their outdoor patio is pet friendly and welcomes your dog to join you. Only five miles out of East Syracuse in Syracuse, your dog will love hanging out with you.
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