Blissville is a tiny neighborhood in Queens that is bordered by Newtown Creek on one side and the First Calvary Cemetery on the other. This neighborhood is a mix of commercial and residential, and most streets are composed of two to three-story residential and commercial buildings. Sidewalks are wide but there is no divider between sidewalk and street and there are not many trees.
For a little more space to walk and natural tree cover, walk along the lovely stone wall of the cemetery. There is sidewalk along most of the cemetery border, and where there isn't, streets are small and not heavy with traffic. While the sidewalk is not necessarily wide, you at least have a stretch that is not divided by intersecting roads. While Blissville borders the water, there are not many places for you to access it with your dog. The railroad runs along the water and this area is devoted to commercial lots.
The largely industrial neighborhood of Blissville does not offer the best opportunities for walking, but by seeking out the best area this neighborhood has to offer, you can still find a pleasant walk in Blissville the John Jay Byrne Bridge has a narrow but sufficient sidewalk that you can walk over with your dog to enjoy the pleasant breezes coming off of Newton Creek and once across it is only a few blocks to Msgr. Mcgolrick park, with its pleasant walking paths, fields, and plenty of trees.
If you want the best walk while staying within Blissville, walk along the cemetery for a slightly wider sidewalk and no intersecting roads along the high stone wall. You can let your dog walk on a slightly looser leash by keeping yourself between her and the road and letting her sniff along the wall. If you have a lot of control of your dog on a skateboard, on rollerblades, or on a bike, this can be a decent place for those activities as well.
Blissville does not have any parks within the neighborhood limits or directly bordering the neighborhood. By crossing the river, you can come to the Msgr. Mcgolrick park with its lovely tree cover. After all of the tight city walking, you and your dog will love the opportunity to stroll freely through this absolutely beautiful forested area. A wide paved center courtyard is a great place to throw a ball or play frisbee with your dog, while the paths leading through the beautifully planted park will bring you back to nature.
Plenty of grassy areas also exist for you to throw a ball with your dog, and fencing all the way around the park can give you an extra layer of security in case your dog should slip out of her leash in her excitement. If you are willing to take a longer walk all the way to the East River, you can find a series of charming parks along the water way including a dog playground.