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Dog Areas in Kenmore, NY

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Kenmore is a small town that's park of the Buffalo-Niagara Falls metro area. This prime location means there's always something new to do right around the corner. Whether you're looking to travel here specifically, or you're looking for a good base camp from which to explore the wider area, Kenmore is a gem of Erie County. Kenmore also has its own animal hospital right downtown so your pet is never far from help. 

The first thing to do when you get to Kenmore should be to check out Mang Park. This pup-friendly park has room for anything the family wants to do, from soccer, tennis, basketball, and other sports centers, to plenty of picnic tables! Your dog will love the long walks you take him on, and that's just getting from one side of the park to the other! 

Once you've worked up an appetite, go to Anderson's Frozen Custard. This restaurant is more than just a sweet treat stand; they serve hot sandwiches, soup, plate dinners... and a wide variety of frozen custards. Their outdoor, dog-friendly tables make it a breeze to treat yourself and your pet to a great meal. 

Super 8 Kenmore is a great, dog-friendly hotel to make your home base in Kenmore. 

Kenmore has a lot to offer, so enjoy your time here with your adventurous pup! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kenmore, NY

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    Population Density 3,947/sq mi

    #1 Sheridan Parkside

    The small neighborhood of Sheridan Parkside in Tonawanda is just a six minute drive from the heart of Kenmore. It's home to two parks you have to check out with your pup. The first, and much larger, park is Sheridan Park. This expansive park has a variety of pavillions and a golf course, but your dog is going to love the cycling and jogging trails. There's lots of room to roam in this park, so even a high energy dog can blow off some steam. If you're looking for something smaller, try Expressway Field. This park is mostly devoted to a baseball diamond, but there's room to walk around the outer edges.
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    Population Density 6,077/sq mi

    #2 Riverside


    Riverside Park in Buffalo is a quick ten minute drive from Kenmore. It's also a fantastic place to get a Niagara overlook area view without having to fight a lot of crowds. If you're looking for a casual place to spend an afternoon, grilling, picnicking, and walking your dog, Riverside Park cannot be beat. Snap a selfie with a fantastic backdrop or just take your dog for a walk near the water. This park is large enough for you to be able to avoid crowds, but off the beaten path for a lot of tourists. Dogs have to be leashed in this park.

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    Population Density 6,597/sq mi

    #3 Starin Central

    Shoshone Park in Starin Central is a great, open playground park in the middle of busy Buffalo. It's just a ten minute ride from Kenmore, and perfect for exercising your dog and your kids at once. The park's open concept makes it easy to watch the playground from anywhere! This is great for walking laps with your dog while still keeping an eye on your kids. If you're tired out, you can sit at picnic tables or shaded benches that will help you beat the heat on hot summer days. This park's convenient location makes it pupular even if you don't have kids, and just need a safe space to exercise your furry friend.
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    Population Density 6,830/sq mi

    #4 Lincoln Park

    Eight minutes from Kenmore lies the neighborhood of Lincoln Park in Buffalo, that surrounds the park of the same name. This community park is a great place to experience local Buffalo culture. It's split into several different sections. There's a small playground, and some space set aside for sports fields, and a basketball court. There's also some open green space for picnicking, playing, and general fun. Your dog will love to explore this area, but they'll also love tackling the simple walking path. It runs a loop around Lincoln Park, and is a great way to work up a sweat and burn off some doggy energy!
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    Population Density 6,597/sq mi

    #5 Park Meadow

    Delaware Park in Buffalo is an eight minute drive from Kenmore, and is a must-see location in the area. There's space set aside for golfing, soccer fields, and a large and complex playground. Your dog is going to love the paths. They branch and meander inside Delaware Park, so there's always something for you to explore. Dally along the bridges and creeks, or hit the bike trail to really make tracks. Remember to keep your dog on leash, and share the road. This park does attract large crowds, so social dogs will be in heaven while shy dogs may want to seek out some of the quieter places to pawse and relax.
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