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Dog Areas in Lancaster, NY

6 Parks
1 Trail
2 Shops
3 Eateries
3 Groomers
Sniff out fun in Lancaster! This town is a great place to take your dog for a quick vacation or a satisfying stay. There are four clinics and an animal hospital in Lancaster, all dedicated to making sure your dog stays healthy! 


Kick off your trip to Lancaster with a stop at Broadway Deli, where you and your dog can dine outside on a variety of options, including vegetarian and gluten-free options! 


Get your blood pumping with a trip to Lancaster's Heritage Trail! Start in Lancaster and walk. If you go the entire 8-mile stretch, you'll reach neighboring Alden. Turn back at any point; this trail's out and back layout makes it easy to get the walk you want! 

If you're looking for more in the way of a park, choose Lancaster Vietnam Memorial. Observe local history by visiting the memorial. You can also stroll the paths at your own pace. This park is designed to be a quiet oasis in a bustling town. Well behaved dogs are welcome to accompany you as long as they stay on leash. If your dog doesn't enjoy crowds, this park's pace will be best for you. 

Lancaster is a puppy paradise, ready for exploring with your dog by your side! 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lancaster, NY

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    Population Density 1,031/sq mi

    #1 Town of Lancaster

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    Westwood Park is a highlight of the neighborhood somewhat confusingly called Town of Lancaster in Lancaster. Wherever the town's original boundaries lie, this park is a great place to explore with your pet. One note: the park's several baseball diamonds make it a hopping place for little league games! If your dog hates crowds, avoid evenings and weekend mornings when this place is packed. Other draws to Westwood Park include the catch and release fishing, additional sports fields, and walking paths. The paths are a great way to burn off your dog's energy! Remember to keep your dog on a leash in Westwood Park!
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    Population Density 1,031/sq mi

    #2 Como Lake County Park

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    Como Lake County Park, in the neighborhood with the same name, is over 500 acres of fun. There's far too much to explore in a day, but that's no reason not to get started! Leash up your dog and bring your water bottle with you, because this expansive park can take you far from amenities! There are a variety of paths through this park. Most of them are an easy walk, so choose your speed and your distance to customize this workout for your needs. Other activities in the park include a playground, grilling and cookout spaces, ponds for fishing, and sports fields! Como Lake County Park is fun for the whole family.
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    Population Density 1,031/sq mi

    #3 Central Village

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    Keysa Park in Central Village is a small, but versatile park. It has a basketball court and tennis court. It also has a small playground. Most of the space is open, however! While groups gather to play games, it's also a fantastic place to bring your leashed dog to explore and have a blast! It's convenient central location also can't be beat. If you've worked up an appetite, have no fear--dog-friendly dining is here! Head to The Yelling Goat. This restaurant packs a punch with farm to table ingredients wherever possible. Dine on authentic New York style pizza, salads, and local favorites: chicken wings that will make you beg for more.
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    Population Density 1,031/sq mi

    #4 Pleasant Meadow

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    The Meadow Lea Park in Pleasant Meadow is a great destination for a big group. You and your dog can walk laps or explore the green fields on your own. There's also a pool for children (no dogs, sorry) and a playground! When the sports fields aren't in use, you can walk your dog there as well. This park is a quiet spot in a largely residential area; it's perfect for a dog's morning and evening walks. Head there in off peak hours to avoid when children are out of school if you have a shy dog.
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    Population Density 1,031/sq mi

    #5 North Lancaster

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    Walden Pond Park is a large park serving a large neighborhood! If your dog doesn't mind being where the party is, this is the park for you! There's a playground for children that draws attention. The park also has sports fields for basketball, tennis, and baseball. If you want to stake out some of the green space for soccer, there's room! There are also paths perfect for walking your dog. Get a tour of the park by following the main path throughout. If you're bringing a whole crew, fear not. Their picnic table section comes complete with grill spots, so this will be a cookout to remember!
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