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Dog Areas in Easton, NY

For some agricultural charm and locally-grown produce, visit Easton, a community in Washington County, New York. Located in the Hudson River Valley, this town is home to more than 30 farms! Easton is by far the most agricultural place in the county, so it's pawfect for pups who love livin' in the country! 

Saratoga Springs, just west of Easton, has plenty to offer when it comes to outdoor excitement. Walking trails, dog parks, open green spaces, and a welcoming commercial area can all be found in downtown. There's no veterinary clinic in Easton, but you can find quality care just a short drive away in Mechanicsville.

Saratoga Springs Dog Park is a furrific park that's just a few minutes outside Easton. Like most dog parks, this one has two separate enclosures for small and large breeds. The small dog area covers about an acre of space.

Benson’s Pet Center, located on the northern outskirts of Saratoga Springs, is an amazing pet store near Easton. “It’s all about pets,” is the motto of this spot; here, you can find all the supplies you could pawssibly need, or you can just treat your good boy or girl to something special!

Easton is the pawfect place for pups and people who prefer living in a rural community that's not too far from dog-friendly fun!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Easton, NY

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    Population Density 467/sq mi

    #1 Village Center

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    Ballston Spa is a village in and the county seat of Saratoga County. Village Center is traditionally a place where locals come to meet with friends, enjoy shopping, or walk their dogs! Tired of strolling the sidewalks? Feel free to explore Kelly Park. Nestled on Kayaderosseras Creek, this natural area is a perfect playground for families with kids and furry babies! Apart from winding nature trails and prime fishing spots, the park is also home to Kelly Park Dog Run! You and the pooch can enjoy some off-leash playtime here, but you'll need to bring plenty of water with you.

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    Population Density 94/sq mi

    #2 Kingwood Village

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    Located in the southern part of Hudson Falls on Queens Drive, Kingwood Village is a small neighborhood worth visiting with Fido! Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the shopping venues on New York State Route 32, the community has a great place for you and Fido to make some friends (and also get a treat!). The Backyard Dog Park is a one-of-a-kind place! Adjacent to Sutherland’s PetWorks, this unique spot combines a fun off-leash area with a pet store. This can be very handy if you want to teach your puppy a few new tricks, but you forgot to bring your treats! You'll need a membership to play here, which can be obtained on-site.

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    Population Density 26/sq mi

    #3 Eastline Road

    24

    Eastline Road stretches through a quiet and sparsely populated area between Ballston Spa and Malta, just north of the village of East Line, NY. Stop by to have a great time with Fido in the new, community-owned Eastline Romp and Play Dog Park. This membership-only area offers plenty of fun to tail-waggers! Two separate enclosures, lots of friendly pups, and responsible owners are just a few of the perks of this pawesome park. Conveniently enough, you can apply for a permit online, but you'll need to provide proof of current vaccinations when visiting for the first time.

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    Population Density 436/sq mi

    #4 Adirondack Northway

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    Known simply as “the Northway”, Adirondack Northway is part of I-87, which stretches from Albany to the Canadian border. The Northway also passes through Lake George, and just west of the interstate, you'll find Lake George Recreation Park. There are more than 5 miles of groomed trails and 5 miles of mixed and multi-purpose trails here! So much to sniff and explore! Need a little more exercise? Head to the on-site dog park, which has plenty of sand for Fido to dig in and toys for him to play with. Your pup will have no problem getting his canine cardio in here!

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    Population Density 1,055/sq mi

    #5 Normanskill

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    Normanskill is a western neighborhood of Albany, NY outlined by a creek to the south. Mostly residential, the area overlooks Governor Thomas E. Dewey Thruway and a part of the greater area of Capital Hills at Albany Golf Course. It will take you an hour to get here, so make the trip worthwhile with a visit to Hartman Road Dog Park! This is a wonderful and fun place your pup will rave about! The main area offers tons of room to play and run as well as plenty of local pups to hang out with. Capital Hills Golf Course also allows pets to explore the golf course off-leash during the winter.

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