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Melanie
Reviewed by Christina Y. on 09/21/2017

"Melanie was great with my dog! She spent 14 extra minutes and walked about double the distance of what other walkers walk. "

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Dog Areas in Maspeth

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1 Shop
4 Groomers

Maspeth, located five miles from Manhattan in the borough of Queens, is known for its small-town atmosphere. With easy access to the city and several pup-friendly parks, you and Fido will have ample opportunity to get out and stretch your legs. If you're seeking professional services for your pooch, there are four veterinary clinics in town.

Take a four-mile drive west of town to Cooper Park when you want to give your furry friend a chance to play with other pups. There's a fenced area here where licensed and vaccinated dogs can get some off-leash exercise. Make sure you clean up your pup's waste while using this facility.

Another nearby park that has an off-leash dog run is Doughboy Plaza on Woodside Avenue. Give your canine companion some social time with other pups. You can also leash up and walk together on the paved pathway through the rest of this facility.

Just north of Maspeth, you'll find Sherry Park Dog Run. This small off-leash area is just off Queens Boulevard in Woodside. Let your pup romp with other canines in this fenced property.

In the Maspeth area, there are several pet-friendly recreational facilities that dog owners will be able to explore with their canines.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Maspeth

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    Population Density 20,053/sq mi

    #1 Maurice Park

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    Maurice Park is a largely residential neighborhood located by a cemetery and the Midtown Expressway. Walk along the sidewalk in this community, or take your pup to Maurice Park. This facility is located between Maurice Avenue and 63rd Street. There are athletic fields, shade trees, some open space, and a paved pathway here. Take a few laps around the baseball fields to get a little exercise with your pooch. You can walk your dog on a leash no longer than six feet in this area. Make sure you bring along waste bags to clean up any messes when you visit the park.
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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 35,332/sq mi

    #2 69th St/Eliot Ave

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    The densely populated neighborhood around 69th Street and Eliot Avenue includes row houses, a few small businesses, and a parochial school. You can stroll along the sidewalk with your special pal for some exercise. For fresh air, head to Juniper Valley Park on Juniper Blvd. This large community facility includes a running track, off-leash area for dogs, and paved pathways that wind through the park. Let your dog romp with other canines or leash up and go for a jog together here. Dogs need to be licensed and up to date on vaccinations. Make sure you clean up any messes while you're in this public area.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 44,219/sq mi

    #3 Greenpoint

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    The residential neighborhood of Greenpoint, Brooklyn is west of Maspeth. There are sidewalks in front of the row houses and apartment buildings that line the streets here.  This area includes a furiffic park with a dog-friendly section. Bring your furry friend to Msgr. McGolrick Park and let him play with other pups in the fenced-in dog run. You can also put on a leash that's no longer than six feet and walk or jog on the paved paths in this facility. Your pooch needs to be licensed and current on his vaccinations. Make sure you bring waste bags to pick up after your canine pal.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 11,752/sq mi

    #4 69th St/51st Ave

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    In the neighborhood around 69th Street and 51st Avenue, there's a commercial area, a public school, and some private residences. Walk down the street past row houses and businesses with your pup. When you want to get some fresh air with your special pal, take him to Elmhurst Park. This six-acre open space is located between Grand Avenue and 57th Avenue. Here, you can walk or jog along the paved pathway that loops around the park. Dog are permitted in this public space as long as they're on a leash no longer than six feet and you clean up after them.
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    Population Density 22,151/sq mi

    #5 Fresh Pond Rd

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    Along Fresh Pond Road, you'll find streets lined with row houses and sidewalks where you can take your pooch for a little stroll. If you're looking for a place to get some fresh air while you and your pal stretch your legs, take Fido to the Grover Cleveland Playground off Stanhope Street and Grandview Avenue. This facility includes walking trails, shade trees and open spaces. Dogs on a leash as long as six feet can join you in designated parts of the park, provided they're licensed and current on rabies vaccinations. Remember to bring waste bags with you to clean up after your pup.
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