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Elma Center is a hamlet within the town of Elma, New York. It lies north of both East Aurora and Billington Heights. Elma is a small area with some older and newer homes spread out amongst large corporations, farms, and green spaces. There are two smaller parks in and near Elma Center, Centennial Park, and Fireman Park that are perfect places to walk a dog and enjoy the surrounding nature. Sidewalks are accessible in some of the older, more established neighborhoods and all of the newly constructed subdivisions. On the larger roadways, sidewalk access is rarely available. Walk on the shoulder of these roads with caution.

Weather conditions in Elma Center are variable and change according to the season. Spring is often cool and rainy while fall and summer are traditionally more comfortable times to be outside. Winter is often tricky to navigate by foot or vehicle due to heavy snowfall and high winds, so be prepared when you go out!

Terrain in Elma Center
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
Farms and farmland densely populate Elma Center. So much of the walking area is flat with some occasional steep and rolling hills, so you may have to choose your walking area carefully, depending on your experience level. Flatter walking locations can be found in newer subdivision structures which can be perfect for elderly pups or those with joint issues who need less strenuous exercise than more high-energy dogs. Alongside major roadways such as Bowen, Bullis and Rice Roads, the terrain is often a mixture of flat sections and hillier portions where those who need heavier exercise can search for some sloping areas to venture up. Walking along these roads requires caution, however, especially in areas that are hilly and that may restrict a driver's view of a walker and dog. Throughout the entire area, you'll want to keep your pup on a leash and close to your side for safety while walking.
Greenways in Elma Center
1 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Elma have an average of:
1 Greenways
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Within Elma Center, there are two greenways available for walking and dogs are allowed as long as they are on a leash. Elma Centennial Park, located along Buffalo Creek, is a beautiful park with access to parking and a central paved path. The path leads to multiple dead ends with benches for a quiet, contemplative view of the water. Centennial Park is a perfect place for an undisturbed, nature-oriented walk with a dog. 


Fireman Park is outside of Elma Center proper but is accessible by a short drive of about fifteen minutes if you don't mind the little bit of travel. This park has shelters and restrooms, but for dog walking purposes, it has a large field and wooded area that works well for canine enrichment and as a nature walk. Most of these areas are unfenced, so you'll likely need to keep a leash handy for exercise in this park.

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