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Dog Areas in Manhasset

7 Parks
1 Trail
11 Shops
1 Eatery
2 Groomers

Manhasset is a small hamlet town on Long Island, only 20 miles from Manhattan. The small distance makes the town a great place for families with jobs in the city, and was named the best town for raising a family in the New York metropolitan area by the Wall Street Journal. Most families include four-legged members, and after realizing that, the town dedicated lots of places that are dog-friendly including one animal hospital.

Plandome Park is the favorite place to go to in this puptown. Sitting on the northern corner of the city, the area provides a large space with shaded trails, an open space and small pond with plenty of geese. The park is dog-friendly to leashed pups, and its pretty pupular among dog-lovers in the area thanks to additional amenities like benches, picnic areas, water fountains, a clean-up station, and trash bins.

The Mary Jane Davies Green is the perfect place for dog walkers who don't want to travel too far, thanks to its central location in the city. The area is surrounded by trees, providing plenty of privacy and shade along the paved walking trails that surround the park and weave through it. There's benches, a playground, a gazebo, trash bins, and water fountains that are accessible to dogs as long as they remain leashed in the park.

Whether it's hanging out on the edge of the city in a green space, or walking in the dog-friendly areas in downtown, dog-owners and pups will love living in Manhasset.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Manhasset

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,946/sq mi

    #1 Manhasset Town Center

    The town center neighborhood of Manhasset is certainly a pretty one, and with large groups of trees and scattered bodies of water, residents enjoy these scenic views. Whitney Pond Park is the perfect place to get some of these views, with a large lake surrounded by trees and open green fields surrounding the southern part of the lake. There are concrete walkways for exploring, tennis courts, water fountains, and benches available for humans and leashed pups. Manhasset Valley Park is right across the street, and has plenty of land for walking, with 1.2 miles of paved trails that wind through the forested parts of the park. Dogs must remain on a leash, with additional features like benches, water fountains, restrooms, and open space.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,075/sq mi

    #2 Strathmore

    The Strathmore neighborhood is on the east side of town and is pretty quiet throughout the year. The Shelter Rock Verdant park is also pretty serene and can create a puptastic place to walk Fido, especially thanks to the paved paths and large open spaces around the park. Don't forget to keep Fido on a leash and bring water and clean-up bags before heading here. The Patriots' Park is right up the street, and has a perimeter paved walkway around the park, green space, benches, and water fountains for visitors. Dogs are welcome inside the park, but need to remain on a leash inside the park.
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    Population Density 7,168/sq mi

    #3 Thomaston

    Thomaston is the western neighbor of Manhasset only one mile away, and provides a lot for the many dog-lovers that head out of town. One popular spot for dog walkers is Allenwood Park, a 30-acre park with towering oak trees that shade the sitting areas and paved trails, large grassy fields, and enclosed recreational fields like tennis courts and basketball courts. The park is open to dogs, although they have to remain on a leash, and can enjoy additional features in the park like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, trash bins, and nighttime lights during the parks hours of sunrise to sunset.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,419/sq mi

    #4 Kings Point

    Kings Point is a peninsula sitting on the shore of the Manhasset and Little Neck Bays, just 3.5 miles northwest from the town of Manhasset. The small town has one of the largest parks in the area known as Kings Point Park, with over 175 acres of land, surrounded by thick woods with nature trails, baseball fields, a playground, restrooms, and covered picnic shelter. Whether choosing to run around in the open fields, or taking a long walk along the trails, the rustic area will be perfect to bring your leashed pup, especially with additional amenities like water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, trash bins, and nighttime lights around the parking area and baseball fields.
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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 6,517/sq mi

    #5 Great Neck Village


    Great Neck Village is a small town 3 miles from Manhasset along the eastern shore of Little Neck Bay. The area has beautiful views of the water and plenty of open green space that are dog-friendly, like Village Green Park. The park lives up to its name, providing residents, visitors, and pups with plenty of green fields and open space to run around and play. The area has a perimeter walkway made of concrete, with parts that wind through the park, a gazebo, scenic water fountain, trash bins, benches, and clean-up stations. Hungry? Then walk on over with Fido to Shiraz, a Persian and Middle Eastern eatery with dog-friendly seating outside.

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