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Dog Areas in New City

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New City is full of woof-derful things to do with your dog! This city in New York has numerous parks where you can hike with your dog, and it also has one off-leash dog park. Plus, if your dog needs to see a veterinarian, there are two clinics in New City.

If you’d like to go on a hike with your dog, there are plenty of good options in and around New City. One of the most popular parks in the area is Bear Mountain State Park. This beautiful 5,025-acre park is only 17 miles from New City, and it allows dogs on leashes that are less than six feet long. You and your pup will both have a great time hiking Bear Mountain State Park’s rugged trails and enjoying the views of the nearby valleys and mountains.

For another pawesome hike, head to Buttermilk Falls Trail in Nyack. This trail is only six miles from New City, and it welcomes dogs on the leash. The trail is a mile long, and along the way, you’ll get to see scenic vistas and stunning waterfalls. Your pup will love this trail and all the other great dog-friendly activities in New City!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in New City

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    Population Density 2,212/sq mi

    #1 Zukor Road


    If you’re looking for a great place to spend the day with your dog, head to Kennedy Dells Park. This 179-acre park is home to New City’s off-leash dog park. To reach the park, you’ll have to walk up a short trail to the top of a hill. Once you reach the top of the hill, you’ll see a large, fenced-in grassy area where your dog can run and play. There's no water in the dog park, so you may want to bring water with you. After your dog is finished playing, put them back on their leash and take them for a walk through the park’s lovely wooded hiking trails.

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    Population Density 2,212/sq mi

    #2 New Hempstead Road


    This neighborhood is home to Demarest Kill Park, a county park that allows dogs on-leash. The 30-acre park has a hiking trail that goes around a beautiful lake and through wooded areas. There are also picnic tables and benches where you can sit and enjoy the view. After your walk, go for lunch or a snack at one of the numerous dog-friendly restaurants near this park. If you’re in the mood for sushi, head to Wasabi, and grab one of their two dog-friendly tables. Or, if you’re craving pizza or pasta, check out Calabria Restaurant. This Italian spot has five dog-friendly outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 149/sq mi

    #3 Haverstraw Road


    If you want to spend the day in a furiffic park, head over to Katiat Park in Montebello. This 376-acre park is about seven miles from New City, and it has an off-leash dog area. This dog area is covered in mulch, and it has plenty of space for your dog to run and play. There are also benches that owners can sit on while their dog plays. After your dog is finished at the dog park, take them for an on-leash walk on Katiat’s stunning hiking trails. These trails go up rolling hills and steep mountains, providing great views of the surrounding area. Your dog will love spending the day in this beautiful park!

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    Population Density 149/sq mi

    #4 Seven Lakes Drive


    This neighborhood is home to the second-largest park in New York: Harriman State Park. Dogs are allowed here on leashes that are less than six feet long. Harriman has 200 miles of hiking trails, providing plenty of options for your day at the park. If you’re looking for a moderate hike, check out the 5.5-mile Pine Meadow Trail. This trail will take you to a beautiful lake. For a more challenging hike, try the 7.7-mile Elk Pen Loop Trail. This trail climbs up Island Pond Mountain and Surebridge Mountain, and it offers stunning views.  No matter what hike you choose, you and your pup are sure to have a great time at this park.

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    Population Density 6,899/sq mi

    #5 Elizabeth Place


    Elizabeth Place in South Nyack is home to a fun off-leash dog run: Elizabeth Street Dog Park. This dog park is only nine miles from New City, and it has a large fenced-in field where dogs can play and make new friends. There’s also a water spigot you can use to fill your dog’s bowl, and there are doggy bags available. This park is open from dawn until dusk, and parking is available on nearby South Broadway. Bring a tennis ball or frisbee, and have a fun afternoon playing with your pup in this pawesome dog park.

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