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Dog Areas in Greenlawn

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The Long Island hamlet of Greenlawn is home to tons of pawesome activities to enjoy with your dog. You'll find many dog-friendly parks in and around Greenlawn, and there are also dog-friendly restaurants right in town. If your dog needs to see a veterinarian, there’s one highly-rated clinic in Greenlawn.

If you’re looking for a furtastic place to take a walk with your dog, head over to the Walt Whitman Trail in Melville. This forest trail is about 4.25 miles long, and it’s mostly flat, with just one hilly area. The beautiful Walt Whitman Trail is about 11 miles from Greenlawn, and it welcomes dogs on-leash.

Alley Pond Park is another fun place to go hiking with your pup. This park is about 28 miles from Greenlawn, and it allows dogs on-leash. While you’re here, you can explore the park’s numerous trails that go through thick forests. You’ll also pass by unique wetlands, meadows, and tidal flats. Bring some water and doggy bags, and have a fun day out in the park with your dog.

With its many dog-friendly parks and restaurants, Greenlawn has plenty to offer every dog. You and your pooch will always have a great time in Greenlawn!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Greenlawn

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    Population Density 5,683/sq mi

    #1 Dawson Drive

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    This neighborhood is home to Greenlawn’s one dog-friendly park, Frazer Drive Park. Here, you can take your pup for an on-leash walk on the park’s perimeter path. This half-mile path goes around a large field. The path is flat the whole way through, making it easy for dogs to walk on. After your walk, continue your fun day out with lunch at Buffalo Grille. Grab a seat at Buffalo Grille’s dog-friendly outdoor picnic table, and enjoy tasty wraps, sandwiches, burgers, salads, and wings. Bring your pup a treat of their own, and have a great time dining with your best friend.

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    Population Density 2,832/sq mi

    #2 Abbington Drive

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    If you’re looking for another great place to walk your pup, head over to Greenlawn’s neighboring town of Huntington and check out Coindre Hall. Coindre Hall is a mansion that was built to look like a French chateau. While pups aren’t allowed in the chateau itself, many locals bring their dogs to play on-leash on Coindre Hall’s sprawling grounds. Here, you can take your dog for walks up and down Coindre Hall’s rolling hills, as well as by the Long Island Sound. You and your dog will always have a pawesome time walking and playing in this beautiful area!

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    Population Density 713/sq mi

    #3 West Hills

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    If your pup loves playing off-leash, take them over to West Hills County Dog Park. This dog park is just seven miles from Greenlawn, and it offers separate big and small dog areas. Both areas are fenced in, and feature large fields where your dog can run and play to their heart’s content. Bring some water for your pup, and enjoy playing with them in this fun off-leash area. After your dog is done playing, take them for a leisurely on-leash walk on one of West Hill County Park’s beautiful trails. These picturesque trails go through forests and pass by meadows, providing amazing views the whole way through.

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    Population Density 226/sq mi

    #4 Cove Neck

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    For another great walk with your dog, head over to Sagamore Hill National Historic Site. This historic site is home to Theodore Roosevelt’s summer home, and it also has a park that welcomes dogs on-leash. This 80-acre park is 10 miles from Greenlawn, and it has tons of nature trails to explore with your pup. One of these nature trails goes along the beach, providing stunning views of the Long Island Sound. There are also nature trails that go through forests, past meadows, and by salt marshes and wetlands. Bring some water and doggy bags, and enjoy exploring this beautiful historic area with your dog.

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    Population Density 6,506/sq mi

    #5 Salisbury Park Drive

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    This Westbury neighborhood is home to the always-fun Eisenhower Dog Park. This dog park is 20 miles from Greenlawn, and it offers separate small and large dog areas. Both areas are fenced-in, keeping your dog secure while they play. There’s also a shady pavilion available, and there are benches for owners to sit on while their dog plays. If all the playing makes your dog thirsty, water fountains are available. If you want to get a bite to eat after the dog park, head over to Bagel Boss Café. This casual deli welcomes dogs at their outdoor tables, and they offer handmade bagels, sandwiches, salads, and paninis.

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